At first, Daniel figured the hatch led to some underfloor storage. The apartment was small, after all, so some extra storage space would be very handy. Yet when he opened the hatch, he found something else completely. Underneath the hatch, he found sinister-looking stairs, which led to an actual dungeon!
Not some storage space or a little cellar – no, the strange hatch led to an actual dungeon. Was this the dungeon where the 19th-century monks stored their fresh products or is there something more sinister going on? Daniel wasn’t the first person to discover the dungeon because the walls are covered in graffiti and there’s some trash here and there too. The dungeon is made out of brick and a soft floor, but there are some tiled parts too. In one corner, there’s a brick bench or bed. The function of it? Nobody knows.
Daniel captured his adventure of discovering the dungeon on film and placed the video on YouTube. The video has been viewed by over 7 million people already, but no one has been able to provide a definitive answer as to what the dungeon was for. People do have all kinds of suggestions about what Daniel could do with the dungeon, though. Some people suggested criminal activities, but others figured Daniel could turn it into a so-called ‘man cave’ or organise Halloween parties in there. What would you do if you found a dungeon like this underneath your home?
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Source: Daniel Carley | Images: video stills
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