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General - Stubb House - Fareham, UK (March 2018)


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“This house was built after a family funeral care company in 1920 it was then later knocked down and rebuilt in 1927. It was owned for just 2 years by a lady and her 2 children but they left everything behind and moved on.”

The Explore:
So I arrived around 5pm and realised that there is a cemetery next door which is very very busy! So I had to use my awful ninja skills so I didn’t get spotted.
Entry was so easy, you basically can walk straight onto the property without climbing anything or squeezing through awkward spaces at all. Getting into the building is another story. Had to squeeze through a metal board and broken glass (at the same time) to get in but all well getting in and out overall!

I have to say, I am very disappointed with the state of this place now, it has been ruined, smashed up and trashed completely on the inside. Parts of the property you cannot see the floor because it is covered so deep in clutter.

I enjoyed the explore as the room with the pool was actually in pretty good condition where as the rest of the house was falling apart, and this was probably the most easy place to explore too!
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