When it comes to civic exploration, training a histories of targeted locations is critical so that we can get some context for what you’re seeing. But sometimes, not meaningful is most better.
Redditor tylerpaduraru was exploring an deserted trickery in Lithuania when he started seeing signs of mystic activity that should’ve assured him to get out of there in box a dim practitioners motionless to return. Of course, he hung around to take pictures.
Could this building be an deserted school, a mental institution, or even a hospital? No one unequivocally knows.
In any case, it doesn’t demeanour all that inviting.
Maybe I’m being judgemental. After all, there’s zero some-more welcoming than a passed cat, a bra, and an finish list flashy with a Dark Lord’s name.
Just kidding. This place is a mess.
By a looks of these precariously placed trapdoors, it’s substantially not a safest place to explore.
This was totally used for legitimate medical purposes…right?
Maybe drugs were involved. Maybe.
Totally normal. Nothing to see here.
Why did this happen?
It’s comforting that even in Lithuania, foresight threats are still created in English. Very helpful.
Sadly, we can’t contend I’m astounded to see this.
I consternation how many murders could be solved only by bringing this blade into a station.
Please let it be paint…please let it be paint…
At slightest this chairman done it out alive.
Why do explorers keep returning to places like this, even when they are filled with death, drugs, and hatred? we suspect it’s good that some people are documenting what’s function on a fringes of society. I’m only blissful that I’m not.