When it comes to urban exploration, learning the histories of targeted locations is important so that you can get some context for what you’re seeing. But sometimes, not knowing is much better.
Redditor tylerpaduraru was exploring an abandoned facility in Lithuania when he started noticing signs of occult activity that should’ve convinced him to get out of there in case the dark practitioners decided to return. Of course, he hung around to take pictures.
Could this building be an abandoned school, a mental institution, or even a hospital? No one really knows.
In any case, it doesn’t look all that inviting.
Maybe I’m being judgemental. After all, there’s nothing more welcoming than a dead cat, a bra, and an end table decorated with the Dark Lord’s name.
Just kidding. This place is a mess.
By the looks of these precariously placed trapdoors, it’s probably not the safest place to explore.
This was totally used for legitimate medical purposes…right?
Maybe drugs were involved. Maybe.
Totally normal. Nothing to see here.
Why did this happen?
It’s comforting that even in Lithuania, foreboding threats are still written in English. Very helpful.
Sadly, I can’t say I’m surprised to see this.
I wonder how many murders could be solved just by bringing this knife into the station.
Please let it be paint…please let it be paint…
At least this person made it out alive.
Why do explorers keep returning to places like this, even when they are filled with death, drugs, and hatred? I suppose it’s good that some people are documenting what’s happening on the fringes of society. I’m just glad that I’m not.