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Abandoned 19th Century Victorian Home (Fully Furnished)

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Hey explorers,
Thank you for watching this video ! This was definetly one particular of the ideal explores we ever did. It was an amazing residence with some realy great furnishings in it . I do not know why this spot has not been cleaned out but i like it 🙂 I have done some researche and discovered out the house was from around the 17th century . Thank you for watching and see you in the subsequent video .
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  1. Debbie Jones

    I’ll be that place was gorgeous back in the day! I love that you are so respectful of the homes that you explore. But I do agree with the others, that you shouldn’t be smoking in these treasured beautiful homes and buildings. I love your work! Keep exploring!

  2. Great video guys, what a huge mansion. Really wonder what happened to the owners. So much left behind like they went out intending to return but couldn’t. But ya, a bit better camera work will help you guys greatly as you are already doing a great job. Please keep up the great work!

  3. There are a lot of bedrooms with sinks in them. I wonder if it was converted to use as something else at one time other than a private home. Bucket with lid with pads around it is called a chamber pot. It was used when an indoor toilet wasn’t available.

  4. Edward Church

    there a lot of homeless people in the world that are always searching for a [lace to go and people that leave a place let things rot when people need a place

  5. me some more

    You could go to jail because of your own video. Its still very interesting. Although very illegal.

  6. louise woodcock

    Dont think you should smoke in someone else’s home 1 its disrespectful 2 accidental fires

  7. Kylie Wilson

    Do you guys ever feel spooked out ? Like have you ever felt like something unearthly is watching you when you explore these beautiful old buildings ? Have you ever been scared by anything when you have been looking around ?

  8. Scott Fortier

    Wow we know you have walked through already, but we haven’t. We are not watching because we like your voice. Slow down. let us see what you are filming .

  9. Thomas Russell

    Beautiful house/mansion. Would have loved to have seen it when it was fresh and new. I hope you guys don’t get caught trespassing. Maybe you could ask permission and get a better video when you have time and the ability to not have to sneak around. Sure would have loved to get a few shots around the outside, that one shot across the balcony looked like the exterior was amazing as well.

  10. I’ve seen sinks in bedrooms in old buildings before but was that a toilet/bidet also? Weird.

  11. Wait, did these guys just go into somebody else’s house without permission? How disrespectful can you be? Just because a property appears to be in disrepair, doesn’t mean you can come and go as you please, when you know it belongs to somebody.

  12. Why must everyone bash these guys over the same issues?….Smoking, camera movement sound???? They are not idiots like most of you, I think they got the message after a few negative comments! If you want professional, watch Nova!

  13. Paula Kay Schmidt

    I dont know if this was the video but the little dressing table where a lady gets pretty is called a Vanity here in America…. I agree with the comments about slowing down and especially explore the closets. The tall one with clothes we would call a wardrobe, and the shorter ones for dishes and other stuff we would call buffets. Closets are just small rooms with doors, usually located in bedrooms or near a bathroom–then called a linen closet. Feel free to hit me up for any other terms you dont know!

  14. Shayna's Catopia

    Such a beautiful house. Even in a decaying stage the beauty shines through. Thanks for sharing.

  15. Yes that is a portable toilet used for a person that doesn’t walk well weak and fragile and places beside their bed.

  16. One of the best places to explore ruined by literally the worst Camera work I’ve ever seen. ..turned a gold mine into a toilet full of dung…thanks …thanks a lot

  17. I’m stuck in your videos of abandoned houses! I’ve watched almost everyone! Too bad I do not know English to understand every story! But my imagination travels! I wonder who lived and how the people who lived there died. I am Dalise Frossard I live in Brazil.

  18. Deborah Casey

    You were wondering what the ceramic pot surrounded by the cushion? Your friend was kinda right. It is called a chamber pot and was used when someone was ill and couldn’t make it to the outhouse. Most were metal and very shallow. This must have been owned by someone very rich.

  19. JusJukin Allen

    The furniture at 6:01, so beautiful, but so many beautiful pieces of furniture and they seem to be in nice condition.

  20. the "toilet" is a chamber pot. They would be in the bedrooms of large homes of folks who had money. In those days if they had a bathroom it was out and down a long and cold hallway. No central heating back then don’t you know…

  21. These homes were peoples lives at one time. Sad to see homes with everything left. What happened to owners?

  22. joyce garvin

    The pot in the last bathroom that you didn’t. Know what it was, it was what’s called a chamber pot. It was usually reserved for the maids room to relieve their self, or they would use it in other rooms in the bedrooms that didn’t have bathrooms connected. Hope this helps. In the 1800’s and back they went fancy like that one. They were usury just a white bucket with a lid. They called them slop buckets.

  23. heidi putman

    Beautiful home. I love Victorian style homes. Why did the bedrooms have sinks by the way?

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