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Thread: Old house, Melton, March 2008

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    Default Re: Old house, Melton, March 2008


    According to my Dad my Aunt had some odd electrical sockets at one time, & she lived in nearby Great Dalby (assuming this is the righ Melton!), it might have been the same electrician who up them in.


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    Default Re: Old house, Melton, March 2008


    Quote Originally Posted by chuckles2008 View Post
    I think I know the house you're talking about and I have explored the whole house with my friends almost 10 years ago now. It has been empty forever.
    We spent a summer going in it and exploring everyday... the doors take the very large heavy keys from years ago... and I actualy still have one of them (it creepily fell out of the air into my hand while we were stood wondering where the keys to all the doors were)

    It's been years but I'd still love to go back and have another good look round
    Interesting, its a very strange place isn't it. I wonder why its been left for so many years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Davies View Post
    According to my Dad my Aunt had some odd electrical sockets at one time, & she lived in nearby Great Dalby (assuming this is the righ Melton!), it might have been the same electrician who up them in.
    Yep it is that Melton!

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