Unearthed Mysterious Room

Can you imagine going to work one day, doing your usual job at demolishing old buildings, and then run across a hidden room underground? That’s exactly what happened to one work crew on an ordinary day.

Only it turned out to be a not so ordinary day.

The demolition of a condemned house in Middletown Township, Pennsylvania was halted when the crew uncovered a mysterious underground room. Reportedly, the demo crew was nearly finished with the job when they came upon a wall. James Thornton, who was working in the crew, told WHTM ABC 27, “We noticed a wall which fell. Nobody knew what it was, so me and another employee decided to take a peek inside.” Their exploration led them to find a hidden 60-foot-long brick room with a large curved vaulted ceiling, leading to a tunnel. Old bottles were also discovered within the chamber. The find has attracted curious visitors trying to get a look at the historic mystery. Click here to learn more.



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