Abandoned Home of a Flint Millionaire
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.
There is not much information on this supposed “millionaire’s” abandoned mansion, which I guess is a good thing. At least no details on the former owner or location will keep others from finding it.
The insides of this house look completely ransacked which makes one wonder: why would a millionaire leave his/her home looking like this? Either the videographer (who I'm sure entered with permission) knows who owned the house, or he put the pieces together from the items found within the house.
A library, musical instruments (piano, drums), ornate windows, fine wood paneling and furniture, sound system, a (once) beautiful kitchen, exercise equipment, great staircase, large bedrooms, nice clothes still hanging in the closets, several bathrooms, literally thousands of items scattered all throughout the house (clothes, toys, papers, mail, knick-knacks, utensils, etc.), awards (one award has an image of a piano or organ keyboard, so it’s assumed the owner was a musician), exquisite outside garden…..all sitting on a nice few acres of land.
After going through the house and wading through all the scattered belongings, once you get to the attic, the noticeable thing is: the attic is barren. Empty, except for what looks like a huge sink (or tub) sitting on its side, and a couple of compartments that almost look like cages. The basement is huge, with a room that looks like it was used for relaxing, watching TV, gaming, etc. with a big plush sofa.
Why all this stuff was left behind can only be known by the owner – if he or she is still alive. As far as the identity of the owner, the videographer might know, but he ain’t sayin’.
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Abandoned Millionaire's Home, Flint
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