A series of unsettling pictures have emerged of a 150-year-old home that seems to be perfectly preserved, housing an old creepy doll and ancient computer inside.
The house is located in Tallington (Lincolnshire), and was abandoned about a decade earlier.
It has been rumoured that the house was home to a little girl known as Lucy, and clues to her name are scattered all over the property – including a number of forgotten teddy bears and a sinister doll.
A cluttered study houses an old computer, which hasn’t seen any use in over ten decades.
One bedroom also has a row unused teddies that sit alone in an empty bed.
The building has been taken over by nature, which has ivy growing up the walls and covering it in thick green wrap.
However, the house looks clean and tidy.
It is a mystery as to why the home has been left empty for so long.
Each bedroom has a bed that is neatly assembled. The lights are on in all bedrooms, and the nursery has a few lonely toys.
Past explorers claimed to have found an electric toothbrush that was still in good condition.
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One visitor who said they wanted to remain anonymous: “Lucy’s house is sort of an urban legend, hardly anyone has ever gotten inside as it’s hidden and watched by angry neighbours.
“It’s rumoured that it was once a happy family home to Lucy and her parents until her mother vanished one night and never came home.
An eerie rocking chair sits in what is believed to have once been little Lucy’s room.
The visitor added: “Lucy remained in the house with her dad until they too just left one day and never came back.
“There are still clothes hanging up in the wardrobe and toothbrushes in the bathroom.
“Parts are starting to decay and fall down but it’s a real mystery. What happened to Lucy? It’s bizarre stuff.”
The photos are sinister and show rows of shirts neatly hanging up in the wardrobe. An artificial plant is perfectly placed in the clean conservatory.
Lucy’s bedroom features to neatly made twin beds with pink sheets and a framed picture of teddies.
A teddy bear perches on a rocking-chair that has not been used in more than a decade, looking longingly out of the corner of this once-cute bedroom.
The exterior of the house is almost entirely covered in trees and shrubbery.
Nature has forced its way through windows of the house and can be seen climbing along sills and down walls.