Disturbing Things Discovered After Moving Into A New Home (36 PICS)

Posted in RANDOM       18 Nov 2021       8084       7 GALLERY VIEW

"The New House My Parents Bought Has A Secret Room Hidden Under The Stairs"

"I’m A Contractor. Bought An Abandoned/Foreclosed Home To Renovate. This Was In The Basement Bathroom. What. The. Hell"

"Found A Creepy Room In A Hidden Crawl Space In My New Home"

"A crawl space behind the door contained a safe, briefcase (with money of various countries and origins, silver ingots, jewelry), a stack of mysterious videotapes (one of them was labeled "No no no no"), and a note that said “save yourself”"


"So I Found This Monkey In The Attic"

"Just Rented A New Place. Previous Tenant Left The Wall Mirror - And A Dirty Secret"

"Just Bought An Old House (1913) And Working On Putting In A Patio. Just About Done Digging And Found This Along With Some Scattered Bones"

"Local police notified and waiting to hear back if they’re human or animal"


"My Friend Just Bought A New House And Showed Me Where The Ex-Owner Was Found"

"Just Moved Into A New Apartment And Happened Upon What I Thought Was A Piece Of Painted Over Tape Stuck To A Bookshelf"

"Peeled it up to find it was concealing a mystery"


"So My Parents Just Moved Into A New House And Found This On The Ceiling In One Of The Bedrooms. I Know Which Room I Won't Be Staying In"

"It says: "I'm under the bed""


"There's A Room In The Attic Where I Just Moved. Pretty Sure Nothing Good Happened Here"

"There are no neighbors near enough to hear someone yelling if they were in here...

Hard to tell, but the door is only 4 feet tall and 1.5 feet across (lamp for scale). It's got a light built into it and is painted light green. Metal grate on inside and outside of the door. Ceiling at its highest is a little over 4 feet. I'm hunched down to take these pics.

This is a creepy room upstairs at the far end of the attic at the house I just moved into. This house is overall about 60 years old, and apparently, the previous owner was the head of a church (don't know if that means priest or what)"


"Found In The Basement At An Estate Sale"

"I Should Never Have Opened The Attic"

"Recently Moved Into A New Apartment. This Morning I Went Into My Storage Cabinet To Put Things Away And Found Her"

"Just Moved Into My New House. This Is Not A Deep-Pit BBQ"

"NYC Woman Felt A Mysterious Airflow Coming From Her Bathroom Mirror, Only To Find A Hidden Apartment Behind It"

"I Just Helped A Friend Move Into Their Apartment. The Next Day They Found 37 Clowns Under Their Porch"

"Found Out The House We Are Living In Has A Bunker Below. I Managed To Squeeze My Phone In One Of The Cracks Of The Door To Take This Creepy Picture"

"Friend Moved Into A New Home And This Is Their Toilet"

"I Just Moved Into A New Apartment And Made A Big Discovery. There Is A Door In The Floor That Leads To A Secret Dungeon"

"There is a proper 19th century layout of corridors and hatches beneath"


"Moved Into A New House. Any Idea Why This Would Be In The Backyard?"

"So We Opened The Closet Above The Stairs In The House We'd Just Bought"

"New House. Previous Owners Left This Behind Basement Bathroom Curtain"

"Renovating A Bathroom In The House We Just Bought, Found A Peephole"

"Was behind the wall, looking for a place to route a wire, when I saw light and thought I was in luck.  Hey, a ready-drilled hole!  Unfortunately, it wasn't behind the closet, where I'd needed it to be.   It allows a prime view of the shower stall. 

This is from the room that was the previous owner's workroom, into the guest bath.

I am officially creeped out."


"Just Rented A House. It Comes With Our Very Own Knife Room"

"Friends And I Moved Into A New House. Found A Closet Full Of Doll Cutouts. Thought That Was Creepy Enough On Its Own But When You See It"

"Man Finds A Secret Room In His New House That Contains Tons Of Ammunition, Guns, And Grenades"

"My Friend Just Moved To Texas And Found This In Her House"

"There's A Multi-Room Dungeon/Cave In The Backyard Of The House I Rented"

"I rented this cool house in the hills of a Los Angeles suburb and there is a lot of DIY stonework on the property - little walls, an archway, steps and this dungeon built into the hill right behind the house. The history I've gathered is that a stonemason lived here for decades until he passed away from old age in the 90s, when the current owner purchased the property and began renting it. No one I've talked to knows what the dungeon was used for"


"Found This Bottle In The Basement Of My New House. Wonder What's In It"

"Helped My Friend Move. Found This In His New-Old Creepy Shed. Said I Could Have It"

"Just Bought A House. Found This In The Basement. Sealed Tight"

"Previous Owner Of New House Blocked This Hidden Basement Room Off With A Shelf (Door Does Not Lead Outside)"

"Found This In The Attic Of My Vacation Home"

"Renting A House For The Summer. Just Found This In The Backyard. Do I Dare?"

"Woman Finds Creepy "Hidden Room" In Her New House"

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Sceeter 2 year s ago
What are called "dungeons" look like abandoned fallout shelters, popular in the 1950s and 60s in the US.
Frederica 2 year s ago
Philander 2 year s ago
There's a whole lotta nope in this post... 36
Vinson 2 year s ago
Philander, yup.
Randolph 2 year s ago
i sold my house in 2009. there was a hatch in the master bedroom closet that let you up into the ceiling, it was a tight squeeze but an adult could get up in there.
years before my female roommate came home with a velvet Jesus portrait that she got as a year sale because she thought it was the funniest thing. when i sold the house right before we moved out we drank about 3 bottles of wine and decided to do something crazy so we took the velvet Jesus and we brought it up the hatch and placed it over where the bed would be in the master bedroom, we also made an alter with burnt candles and a ceramic bowl that we burnt incense in and placed chicken bones in a satanic pattern around the bowl...........we couldn't stop laughing because we knew some day someone would go up there and get freaked the f@#k out. we also placed a treasure map in what would be the kids room hidden in the closet in a space only a kid would find................the map had a rough drawing of the property (3.5 acres) with land marks you had to follow to the X, of course there was nothing under the x but it would give the kid who found it years of wondering what was out there 35 35 35
Paulina 2 year s ago
#27 picture of the grenade, the arming handle is painted blue, not sure but usually that means it's inert/for practice.

#35 may just be garbage, buried garbage cans so animals don't tip them over and spread out the trash.
Onicyphorous 2 year s ago
#16 Do not tell anyone! Otherwise you pay triple rent.
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