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In a spooky abandoned WWII era house that the owners ‘abandoned in a hurry’

Kyle Urbex, 25, of Leeds, West Yorkshire, stumbled upon the family home of a WWII-era British Army veteran, but eerily the house appears to have been abandoned at short notice

Kyle Urbex climbed through a window to get into the abandoned house
Kyle Urbex has explored hundreds of abandoned lots

An urban researcher found an abandoned WWII-era house that residents appeared to have left in a hurry.

Kyle Urbex stumbled across the fenced property and said it seemed like people were “chilling” as empty beer cans and cigarette butts were strewn on the living room floor.

The 25-year-old photographer from Leeds, West Yorkshire, who has explored hundreds of abandoned properties since 2020, said he felt a little annoying as he moved through the house.

It was packed with books, clothes racks, and even family photos scattered across a table.

“I found it kind of sad because technically it’s still owned by someone who had to vacate the site for unknown reasons,” Kyle said.







The property appeared to have been abandoned in a hurry
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Family photos appear to show a couple and their young son
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One document included the name of Eric Livesey, who the snapper believes served in the armed forces.

A photo shows a man with a mustache next to a boy and a woman.

“I found old army documents that I captured in my photographs, including an air training leave certificate enrolling the individual in August 1942,” he explained.







A grand piano is surrounded by musical notes
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The house appears to have been inhabited in the 1940s
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“I found the whole place fascinating and would definitely rate it as one of the most interesting places I’ve ever been.

“When I went upstairs I found more clothes and suits, like someone left and never came back.

“Overall it was an amazing place to experience,” added Kyle.

One room contained a grand piano surrounded by sheet music on the chair and floor, including for the song I’m in the Mood for Love.







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Kyle said it seemed like people were “chilling” and then suddenly left
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Kyle is drawn to abandoned 20th-century buildings, especially houses that seem to have been vacated suddenly, leaving many mysteries behind.

The clandestine photographer sometimes discovers pictures on Facebook before heading out to explore on his own.

Last month he found an abandoned farmhouse – another fascinating time capsule.

He found it crammed with haunting personal belongings, including stacks of cobweb-covered, dirty letters.

The chaotic scenes he captured on camera – as in his latest offering – look like someone several decades ago went out for a walk one day and for some reason never came back, leaving the place to slowly rot.

Ghostly portraits and eerie landscape paintings stared from the walls of the once popular and cozy village house.

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