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Thread: Hoarders church..Scotland

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    Even by your sky high standards that is amazing Mikey. Surreal place beautifully photographed as always.


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    Great stuff.. My kinda place, except the creepy old dolls!

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    Thank you all I can imagine your face as you walked in here brewtal in the dark to stumble on the dolls and mannequins.the dolls made it for me
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Oh wow mikey, this is beautiful ☺️ My two favourite things, abandoned places and creepy dolls. Love it.

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    This is probably the most surreal place you'll ever visit. Excellent job as ever. I wonder if anyone will get to look at the vault/crypt under the floor, when I was there the ladder had given way but perhaps one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sludden View Post
    This is probably the most surreal place you'll ever visit. Excellent job as ever. I wonder if anyone will get to look at the vault/crypt under the floor, when I was there the ladder had given way but perhaps one day.
    So that was what down the back..I saw steps put there to go down.but never bothered.wished I had now.you are right it's the most surreal place I have ever been
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    OMG that was rather intense just strolling through your shots hahaha...all them eyes staring at you whilst takin them pics, and sum rather bazaar lookin dolls too...but I DO LOVE IT!!

    Im surprised you didn't find Brewtal still there, sleeping off a hang over in that bed ready for the next morning
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    Fantastic set Mikey! I was putting off going here as I heard a lot of the stuff had disappeared but looks as though it’s just as weird as ever!

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