An explorer stumbled across a farmhouse filled with strange items – including breakfast ready at the table – despite the home having been abandoned for nearly 20 years.
YouTuber Daniel Sims, 32, ventured into the deserted farm in Shropshire in April in his latest adventure, with the property believed to have been abandoned in 2003.
Inside, Daniel found it chock full of memorabilia from the 30s and beyond, including some disturbing items that he wasn't quite sure what to make of.
Some of these included "creepy" dolls arranged to look as if they are using the toilet.
He believes the previous owner ran a pig farm and was a collector of toys – many of which he found scattered around the farmhouse.
It is unclear why the property was abandoned.
"It was really strange – as if the family had vanished and just left food and other household things where they were last used," Daniel told Jam Press news agency.
"The atmosphere was a little unnerving at first because it was so dark and we were in what seemed like the middle of nowhere.
"You never know what to expect or what you will come across, so moving around the house had us on our toes."
Exploring with his friend, Hannah, Daniel, who documents his adventures for his online series, Bearded Reality, entered the property at night time via a previously-smashed window.
In the video, the pair can first be seen looking through a shed, where they find stacks of old children’s books dating back to the 1930s and household appliances including irons.
Meanwhile in the main house, they discover an old TV set surrounded by hay, a dusty bottle of a mysterious brown liquid and piles of children’s toys.
The kitchen appeared to be frozen in time with the kettle still on the stove, and a teacup, milk, and jam next to it on the counter.
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In the cupboards, jars of food remain next to a 1996 calendar.
As they continue further into the house, the duo get a shock.
Entering the bathroom, Daniel spots a doll propped up on the toilet with its legs open, as if going to the bathroom.
"Oh god I just c***ped myself – I literally just nearly scared myself to death," he can be heard saying in the video.
"Why would you put that there? Whoever put that there, you need your head shaken, Jesus, that scared me."
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He then calls his friend in to look, who screams and points out the doll has had its underwear pulled down.
Daniel said: "The dolls were by far the creepiest things to see in the farm – especially how they were set up.
"There were so many interesting things – it was like the occupants had just vanished so it gave off a really strange vibe.
"We found documents dating back to the 50s and a range of collectable items – it made the place a treat to see and experience."
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