Two friends were hiking somewhere in the woods of Northern Germany, a former Germany Democratic Republic territory, when they came across a couple of weird periscope-like pipes sticking out from the ground.
According to the Redditor who shared these incredible images. He was visiting an old friend, who told him about these weird pipes in the woods. They used to play there as kids and he knew about the hidden secret that lies underneath. But they are always warned not to go near the vicinity.
Out of curiousity, they bravely (or should I say foolishly?) decided to explore the forbidden area. What they discover hidden beneath the ground is a lost piece of terrifying history.
They shared these creepy photos of their adventure online and the whole experience sounds like coming from a spooky thriller. Check out their story below.
So when visiting an old friend in Northern Germany he told me about these weird periscope-like pipes in the woods. They often played there as kids but never were allowed to get near them. We decided to explore whats inside…
The entrance was not difficult to find, about a hundred meters from the periscopes, and surrounded by coniferous trees. It was covered with a wooden lid that was easy to remove by a crowbar.
View From Inside
The iron door you can see in the picture would swing back in but the lock was broken in the first place, so we couldnt get trapped inside. Anyhow, the sight of a closed door in an environment like this wasnt a nice thing to see.
What you can see here is what we would see for the next few minutes nothing but endless, hospital-like hallways. The acoustics were, in a word, haunting.
A pipe and a plastic bag on the floor, from a local supermarket.
Junctions like this occured several times, we decided to keep straight ahead in order not to get lost. The holes in the wall on the right appeared to be punched with a hammer.
A Dead End
This what you see when you turn left on the intersection seen above. The narrow hole in the floor was filled with dirty water, nothing to see there.
Another Dead End
A little later, at the second intersection, we found what seemed like a clogged entrance covered in graffiti. Obviously we werent the first people to visit.