Jan 22, 2016

Abandoned Prairie House


By on Friday, January 22, 2016

Creepy old houses are awesome to look at from the outside. There are many places around the world where you get an ominous feeling just from standing outside. Have you ever had the guts to venture into one of them though? Exploring these abandoned places is called urban exploration, and it has become a popular hobby for many people around the world. Personally, it is something I enjoy doing as well. There is something about being in a place humans haven’t stepped foot in to in a long time that gets your blood going. Well a Reddit user in Canada came across this house that looks like it belongs a horror movie, and decided to take a look around. The place definitely gives of an axe-murder type of vibe, but he went in any way. Check out what he found.
This is the house the user came across. You immediately get a vibe that someone was definitely murdered out here.


Standing outside this place, thoughts would definitely started to creep into your head. You’d start imagining the horrors that could await you inside. Sometimes you just have to push through those however to give the internet what it wants.

Looking up at the house, I would expect to see a pair of eyes or a ghostly silhouette standing in one of the windows.

The top two windows look like eyes. These would definitely give me a feeling of constantly being watched, which is never a good feeling when exploring old, creepy abandoned places.

The place has definitely been abandoned for a while. The people apparently left in a hurry as well, seeing as they didn’t take any of their furniture. Is there a reason for that?

This bed looks pretty disgusting. This house could have been used as a hunting shack of sorts, but the poster wasn’t too sure.

You can clearly see the place has been abandoned for quite some time. The age of this place just adds to the feeling of horror you would feel inside.


This old wood burning stove definitely ages this place even more. That thing has to be extremely heavy and valuable.









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