Headmaster's house, Hämeenkyrö, Finland

Visited by skkye 5.5.2014. This is actually a half-active site even though I didn't know it at the time we explored there. The building belongs to my school and one evening at the dormitory we had spare time so we ended up to climb into the house via balcony. My school is quite old and this place has been its former headmasters' house. I guess some rooms (like the bedroom and the room with a chest with labels like "Winter War") have been empty since the last headmaster moved away from the school area but some other rooms are now storages for random school stuff.

It was really dark and we had only one flashlight so taking photos and moving around the place was slow (especially after we noticed there was a big hole on the floor of the attic). One of the most interesting things to find were plastic cow's udder and womb. It wasn't so big surprise since our school is an old agricultural school but still they gave me shivers combined with a squeaky floor and the flashlight painting dancing shadows on the wall. Some other finds whispering the past were a closet full of (female) cooks' outfits, brittle newspapers covering the walls of attic and the most beautiful file cabinet with the head of an owl.

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