The 26 Strangest Things Found in Homes After New Homeowners Moved In The 26 Strangest Things Found in Homes After New Homeowners Moved In
This post was originally published on this site Home It’s fun to find little things left behind by previous homeowners (whether by accident or... The 26 Strangest Things Found in Homes After New Homeowners Moved In
This post was originally published on this site

It’s fun to find little things left behind by previous homeowners (whether by accident or on purpose) when you move into a new house, but these are definitely out of the ordinary.

Fully furnished apartment from the early 1900s

Living room, circa 1900, in a farmhouse from Kleinrinderfeld, built in 1779, Franconian Open Air Museum, Eisweiherweg 1, Bad Windsheim, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, GermanyHelmut Meyer Zur Capellen/imageBROKER/Shutterstock

Reddit user Eagle206 wrote that a friend who worked at an old school discovered a fully furnished apartment from the early 1900s when they had to repair a leaky pipe. The apartment, which was for the caretaker of the school to live in, even had a coal-burning stove to heat it. Find out some more creepy things unearthed in people’s homes.

Boxes of toys…and pinecones

box of old toyscharles taylor/Shutterstock

Finding pinecones in the attic usually signals a big problem with your roof, but in the case of Reddit user R12356, it meant something different. When they went about insulating their attic, the contractor discovered an additional portion of the attic that was sealed off. After opening it up, they discovered 15 boxes of pinecones. It’s presumed the pinecones were collected for crafting projects. In another part of the home, behind a piece of drywall coming off the wall, there lay vintage toys from the 50s.

Bible with some history

Brown cross on the Bible on a wooden background. Holy book.Tetyana Afanasyeva/Shutterstock

A new homeowner in Berkshire, United Kingdom discovered a Bible from the 18th century in their attic. But that wasn’t the only surprise. In the back of the Bible, the early owners hand wrote their history. The village church dates back to the 12th century and kept records of people so the homeowners were able to track down the descendants of the Bible owners and give them the Bible. The Bible find is priceless—but these 14 attic finds turned into serious cash.

Source: This post was originally published at Reader's Digest on .

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