An urban explorer found a creepy abandoned house in the Scottish Highlands – with the mummified remains of a cat in the kitchen.
The empty family home was described as being "frozen in time" by Adam Mark Explores in a YouTube video where he took his 55k subscribers on a tour of the decaying building.
Upon entering the house, Adam told his followers that "the house was dark and had an eerie silence to it, which put me on edge the whole way through this explore."
The video which got over 21k views showed the decaying house scattered with antique dolls, old books, and newspapers dated between the 1950s and 1970s.
Posting his footage to Facebook, Adam wrote: "The last date in the house I could find was the 1970s and the amount of natural decay would suggest it had been left that long also, very eerie vibes once stepping inside and the house had a strange silence to it.
"Most of the windows were stained glass which looked amazing with the sun beaming through projecting the colours into the rooms.
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"The table in the dining room was still set from what looked like the family last meal, the dining room it's itself was a grand room, with 2 piano's huge oak furniture and 2 pianos set decaying away."
He went on: "The bedrooms had the beds still made but covered in a thick layer of dust and debris also clothes still draped over the doors as if someone was about to return. Even found the family pet mummified in the kitchen."
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Upon discovering the cat, Adam yelled "Oh my God!" in horror, adding that "someone had stood on it" as bits of the old skeleton had broken away.
The pet was then named mittens and his followers shared in his sorrow for the animal.
One said: "Pity it's always a poor cat, or, at least it seems that way, my favourite animal is the cat, always have had them as companions, love them."
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Another said: "So sorry for the cat being abandoned with the house. But we may never know what really happened."
"Poor mittens," others simply added.
Although the history of the house and its exact location in the Highlands is not confirmed, there is a possibility that this house was once a crime scene as old remains of police tape can be seen outside.
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