Cleaning His Grandparents House Led to a Strange Discovery

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How well do you really know your grandparents? One man was forced to answer this question when he went rummaging through his relative's abandoned house and found their old belongings. He certainly learned some troubling truths about the people he thought he knew. The secrets he uncovered were ones he never could have predicted...

House Hunters

Revisiting a place with happy memories can be painful when those memories are gone. When one Imgur user was forced to visit his grandparent's home after their passing, he was worried about his emotions, not the crazy secrets that laid inside the abandoned house. It was in bad shape and was about to be bulldozed, so he went back to the residence to clear out the remaining valuables...

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Absolutely Decrepit

The place was in terrible condition. He had no idea that his grandparents had been such hoarders. There were thousands of books falling off of shelves, boxes of clothes, and furniture was covered by knick-knacks the couple had collected over the years. The man was sure than he wouldn't be able to find anything of value in the pile of trash, but it was worth a look through...

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