I found ANOTHER one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVvBQdV0SJE Updates: https://twitter.com/shieyfreedom Photos: https://www.instagram.com/shieyfreedom/ Seemed abandoned, but it had electricity and ventilation, so... While walking through the territory of a factory, located in the industrial area of the city, I noticed a weird concrete block with a metal gate on the side of it. I opened it and a ladder climb later I was in a dark, small tunnel leading to an underground bomb shelter/safe house. Background noise sample: http;//www.freesound.org (353989__raille__four-444) S.T.A.L.K.E.R Soundtrack - Approaching Chernobyl To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
See more at www.brilliantnews.com A home is a place where you feel safe and maybe even a place you feel comfortable enough to walk around in our underwear. But imagine one day, sat on the couch in your tighty whities, you look over and see a small handle in the floor underneath the coffee table. You open the trap door to find a hidden room and evidence that someone has actually been living there all along! Ok, so this scenario is fictional, but here are ten hidden rooms that actually were found in people homes. #1 AN EMPTY ROOM Jasson and Kerri Brown bought a house back in 2005. While exploring their now abode and preparing to do some renovations they discovered a passageway behind a bookshelf. It led to an empty room. But in the room they found a folded up piece of paper with the words: "You found it!" on the front. They unfolded the paper to reveal a note from a previous owner, explaining that they had been forced to move because of a serious toxic mold problem that the house had. Upon reading this the Browns decided to sue the broker who sold them the property for not disclosing this information. #2 THE HIDDEN CRAWLSPACE The reddit user "LMBRJACK" posted pictures of a hidden crawlspace he found in his home. Investigating further he'd found a locked door and when he managed to break in, he found a sound proofed room with electrical outlets, a safe and a briefcase. Inside the briefcase he found jewelry and various envelopes full of money from all around the world. A happy find! But inside the safe he found a bunch of suspicious tapes and written on one were the words, no no no no no no... Apparently the police are still looking into those videotapes and say that it's relevant to an ongoing case. Creepy... #3 GHOST TENANT Because of the strange noises they heard, one group of Ohio state university students were convinced that the house they were staying in was haunted. That is until they did some investigating and found a cabinet door that actually lead to a hidden room. This room had a bed, a tv, and other evidence that proved someone had been living there secretly all along, going about their daily lives almost undetected alongside the students. #4 UNDER THE PANTRY On student was living quite happily in a house his parents had bought him New Mexico. However as nice as that sounds at night he'd hear banging coming from underneath the house. After investigating he found a square door in the pantry floor. The door lead to a pretty creepy room, with a desk, lights and a recently smoked cigarette... Spooky! #5 THE TRAP-DOOR Redit user DEMC7 moved into an apartment and all seemed ok. Until they discovered a door in the floor. The door lead to a dungeon like room with block built bed structures and graffiti on the wall. The center of the floor looked like it had been dug up, suggesting something may have been berried underneath. #6 SINGER CASTLE This awesome property was built in 1896 by the president of the Singer sewing machine company. This castle is full of all sorts of hidden passages, rooms and doors and even paintings you can spy though while in some of the hidden rooms! Oh yeh, and it has a dungeon... So... #7 HIDDEN CHAPEL It took the Farlers 3 year to finally pluck up the courage to investigate into the strange metal grill they had in their house. Upon removing the grate they uncovered whole other room. The very old looking room had several shelves and what appeared to be some form of religious cross on the floor. It's believed to have been some sort of chapel, possibly used by persecuted Catholics hundreds of years ago. #8 BEHIND THE BOOKS One anonymous family discovered a passageway behind a bookshelf in the parents bedroom. The passageway had a spiral staircase that led to a single room. In the room, there was evidence that someone was actually living there! They found candy wrappers and items that had been taken from the house,suggested the person had be walking around while they were sleeping or were away. #9 THE DUNGEON An Australian family noticed that their carpet always seem to sag and the floor never really felt that stable. Upon investigation they found that under the carpet there was a door that lead to a dungeon! Well, some some sort of dungeon looking basement anyway. It had an old rusty bed frame, electrical cables hanging from the ceiling and an old unused fireplace. #10 ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE ROOM In pretty much all the zombie apocalypse games and movies that are out there, there's one thing that you can never have too much of. And to the surprise of this one American who had just moved in, he'd hit the mother load. Moving a board on the basement room wall, the man found a hidden room with enough ammunition for a small war (or to survive a zombie apocalypse). On weird thing is though, no guns, just empty gun cases... Not so good for a zombie apocalypse.
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This bunker was semi-converted into storage space for old equipment and materials of the chemical laboratory above, but most of the stored stuff there is still as old as the bunker itself. Getting into the tunnel of this one wasn't easy as I had to sneak passed the cameras in a protected, but luckily the entrance to the tunnel was in a remote part of the area. Background music from: http://freemusicarchive.org (If you want to know the names of individual sounds just personal-message me a request with a timestamp)
10 Heavily Guarded Places On Earth ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/gYLyzW There are some places in this big world of ours that have been deemed as precious. Sometimes this is because these places have immense historical value or are considered international treasures. Other places are highly secure because they are the dwelling places of important people or are home to large sums of money. Whatever the exact case, all ten items on this list are guarded around the clock by men and women armed to the teeth with guns and other deadly weapons. Credits: Area 51: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj1ttljM7VDEytVHgwNnMBQ 10. The Parksafe Car Park in Derby, England Unlike some of the other entries on this list, this secure location is nothing special. Indeed, the Parksafe Car Park is a nondescript parking lot in the small British city of Derby. However, British police officers have a reason to keep so many eyes on this garage on Bold Lane. 9. Svalbard Global Seed Vault There are some things that are more precious than gold. Seeds, for instance. Without seeds, farmers across the world cannot grow food. Without access to food, people go hungry and starve to death. 8. Iranian Gold Reserve Building The theocratic regime in Tehran lords over one of the most secretive governments in the world. Ever since the revolution of 1979, Iran has been an international pariah and the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. 7. The Granite Mountain Records Vault The argument could be made that religions have more global power than governments or international organizations like the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, or the World Bank. Everyone knows that the Roman Catholic Church and the Islamic faith have powerful associations throughout the world, but few know about the global reach of Mormons. 6. The White House Everyone in the world knows that the home of the American president is heavily guarded by members of the U.S. Secret Service. The White House is also encircled by a high iron fence, is guarded 24/7 by armed guard posts, and contains bullet-resistant windows. 5. The Federal Reserve Bank The reason why the U.S. Federal Reserve bank in New York City is so guarded is obvious: this organization provides the money and gold resources that are used by so many governments throughout the world. 4. The Vatican’s Secret Archives The Roman Catholic Church is a global institution that can trace its origins all the way back to the first pope, Saint Peter, in AD 30. After Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire in A.D. 379 during the reign of Emperor Theodosis I, the Vatican has been centered in Rome. 3. Fort Knox Americans know that Fort Knox is synonymous with complete security. For the most part, this U.S. Army facility in rural Kentucky serves as a basic military installation. Thousands of Army recruits receive basic training here. 2. The Korean Demilitarized Zone The Korean War began in 1950 and has not ended since. Although open fighting stopped in 1953, the governments of China, North Korea, South Korea, and the United States are still technically at war with one another. And given the rouge behavior of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, this volatile situation is not going to change any time soon. 1. Area 51 For decades, a highly secretive facility in the Nevada desert has been the most heavily guarded place on Earth. Area 51 is actually a part of the Edwards Air Force Base in Lincoln County, Nevada. Area 51 is classified as a restricted area and a special use airspace. Area 51 entered the world’s imagination in 1947.
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I found ANOTHER one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cz5lgv48c88 Updates: https://twitter.com/shieyfreedom Photos: https://www.instagram.com/shieyfreedom/ Electricity, water supply, medicine, clothes, gas masks etc. I entered this one, like the last time through a concrete block with a metal gate on the side of it. Unlike the last bunker, this one wasn't in an industrial area, but in an inhabited are, surrounded by apartment buildings, hiding behind big trash cans and overgrown by bushes under trees. Background noise samples: http;//www.freesound.org (stretched and pitched) To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Amazing Treasures Discovered By Accident! Description: Those people you see combing the beach with metal detectors, or guesting on Antique Roadshow, may claim to have an interest in old coins or collectibles. Let's face it though - they're secretly hoping to get rich. But ancient treasure and rare valuables are found through sheer accident or happenstance as often as they are dug up, traded or bartered for. Here are 5 of the most incredible treasures ever discovered by accident. Let's begin! #5 - E.T. - Enter Terrestrial Attempting to capitalize on the popularity of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial in 1982, Atari released a companion video game for the twenty six hundred console late that year. But it would go down in history as one of the worst video games of all time, with ridiculous and frustrating gameplay panned by critics. In 2014, documentarian Howard Scott Warshaw led an excavation in the New Mexico desert where thousands of cartridges of the E.T. video game were buried by Atari in the 80s. Since nobody was buying the cartridges, the company had turned them into part of a landfill. But to Warshaw's surprise, 30 years later collectors around the globe wanted their hands on a copy of that elusive disk. The copies have raised over a grand each at auction with the filmmaker claiming part of the booty to cash in on himself. #4 - Financial Independence At a thrift store in Nashville, consumer Michael Sparks saw what he thought was an ordinary reproduction of the American Declaration of Independence, authored by Thomas Jefferson in 1776. He purchased it for two dollars and forty eight cents. However, its fountain penmanship and crusty old paper intrigued him. When he took the document to a collector, he found to his shock that a couple of bucks and change had purchased an actual, original copy of the Declaration - of which only two hundred were printed and only thirty six recovered to date. Sparks' incredible find later sold for a cool four hundred thousand dollars. #3 - Stack of Benjamins, Oil on Canvas In the late 90s, an anonymous man from Indiana was looking to cover a hole in his living room wall. He bought a painting of some flowers for thirty dollars. Later, he was playing the board game Masterpiece, a trivia quiz about famous artwork, when he saw a card that resembled the painting, labeled "Magnolias on Gold Velvet Cloth" by 19th-century artist Martin Johnson Heade. Upon investigation, the piece turned out to be the real deal - a centuries-old original by Heade which the national Museum of Fine Arts coughed up one point two five million dollars for. #2 - Forget the Beaches When you see those old folks shuffling around with metal detectors, remember they're all pretty much wishing their name was Eric Lawes. In 1992, a friend asked Lawes to search for a missing hammer in a field near the town of Hoxne in the United Kingdom. Lawes furnished a metal detector and commenced searching. But instead of a lowly hammer, Eric discovered an amazing treasure of ancient Roman silver and gold coins that would become known as the Hoxne Hoard. The coins are now on display at the British Museum in London and have been valued at over three million pounds. #1 - Huang's Weird Wishes About 50 years ago, a humble farmer from China decided to dig a new well on his land. But instead of tapping H two Oh, the man discovered an underground army. In a cavern beneath the ground were over eight thousand perfectly preserved statues of ancient generals and warriors, and a tomb. It was the burial site of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the man who united warring factions of China over two millennia ago. At the tender age of 13, the Emperor stopped playing with his cell phone - just kidding - and ordered the army of statues as protection of his tomb after death. The site is now a museum open to the public, with the lucky farmer...let's just say "well" compensated for the find. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest
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