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    The Stygian Home...




    Another house located miles from anyone, usual story right...

    After parking up and with the usual suspects, we began our epic long walk, literally yet again in the middle of nowehere, so continuing with my ongoing project as you will, after walking what felt like forever among the forest, we was then stuck our phones had no signal and now we relied on my thought of viewing the map before I walked, coming to trees that had fallen over in storms, and fork paths among the forest, it was clear this may be more of a problem than we first suspected.



    Finally finding our way, we was soon coming across a few outbuildings further from our suspected target, a false lead perhaps, no infact they lead the way, following them we then saw further pushed into the woods an old home, after we wiped the sweat away and looked around, we was inside and instantly it felt as though I was being bitten, the home completely in darkness, lighting this up will now test my lighting up skills, first thing I did notice minus the bites appearing was a bed in the kitchen and butane gas, I have seen this before one person living in one room isolated from the world, it happens... so lets allow my photographs to shed some light on this place, as hardly any evidence remained minus a few letters and photographs.

    On with the shots, only one place has ever made me so itchy and dirty, that was hell house when I explored it properly for the first time, with its original contents, this show you what I mean.














































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    Good that MB, feckin depressing but well shot, pass the cyanide.
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    This one has a few personal items that make it sad. Another one set out of the way and forgotten.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    God that makes me feel itchy just looking at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Good that MB, feckin depressing but well shot, pass the cyanide.
    :) depressing is what I do best, these places are not meant to be happy and cheerful that's for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    This one has a few personal items that make it sad. Another one set out of the way and forgotten.
    It was rather good to be honest minus the atmosphere inside ect :)
    It certainly added to the story
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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    God that makes me feel itchy just looking at it.
    You have no idea.... ;)
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    Yeah that looks lovely... in a sad depressing kinda way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Yeah that looks lovely... in a sad depressing kinda way!
    Rather a mix of both but glad I found it and documented it, apparently its been the last house to stand for many years when others got torn down!
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