TikTok customers aghast after house owner finds hidden basement one 12 months after shifting in
Everyone knows that the scariest basements are hidden basements.
While discovering an extra room may be every homeowner’s dream, they are unlikely to be imagining anything out of a scary movie. However, one woman recently claimed that this is exactly what she found under her house.
TikTok user Unfortunate Existence claims she found a trap door hidden under a rug in her home.
A TikTok user named Unfortunateexistance posted a video in February claiming she found a trapdoor hidden under a carpet in her home. After opening the door, she found a basement in a short clip that has been viewed over 14 million times that she claims was blissfully clueless up to that point.
Since then, the user has been documenting her travels into the dark, unfinished room to learn more about the creepy room.
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As seen in another, now viral clip, the basement has stone walls and no windows that only contain a lone rocking chair. The only way in and out is through the trap door, which needs to be opened so it doesn’t fall – and possibly trap someone in it.
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The homeowner, who is somewhere in the US, says previous tenants were dying to move out and sell it cheap, Yahoo reports. It has reportedly taken a year for the new homeowners to find the hidden room, and that is a good thing because it appears that the water heater, fuse box, and other vital home appliances are in the basement.
“It reminds me of ‘The Conjuring’, I don’t know why,” commented one user on the last tour of the basement.
Other users said they heard strange noises in the video and one wondered, “Didn’t anyone else hear that sound after she picked up the glass?”
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Of course, some people had more rational reactions.
“Should you ask a plumber to look at the dripping water? Could it be causing mold or other health risks?” a concerned commenter pointed out.
Regardless of whether ghosts are real or not, the dangers of mold are not supernatural.