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Location DB > Germany > Nordrhein-Westfalen > Köln > Fortress VII > Satanic Weirdos

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While in Koln, we decided to go for a drive and try and find some rural ruin, when we came across this place. It was mighty easy to get in, as it looked like someone took a sledge hammer to every wall inside the fortress, opening up long since bricked up doorways. We entered through the east wing, went down into the basement, explored the entire basement, and then found the passage-way to the west wing. The entire east wing was free of graffiti and trash, yet upon climbing down a ladder into the west wing basement, there were tons of broken bottles and debris, a straight jacket, and needles full of some red substance. After finding the needles and then coming upon the stairway up into the main floor of the west wing, we got spooked and left. Every stair had two red candles on it, which my friend had said were used in funerals. What at first glance seemed to be just a high school hang out ended up looking more and more like some sort of satanic den.
Satanic Weirdos
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