Images have surfaced of an abandoned isolated cottage that appears to be frozen in time.
A pair of reading glasses was left on the kitchen table among boxes of 1950s candy, photographs, furniture and ornaments.
It is as if the occupants had left the property in Wrexham and never returned.
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The story of who lived there and why they left all their belongings is shrouded in mystery.
The only possible clues are the photographs of an elegantly dressed couple next to a clock on the fireplace stuck at 4:20 am.
It caught the attention of urban explorers.
Whoever did not want to be named told North Wales Live: ‘The house is in a very remote part of Wrexham, surrounded by darkened peaks.
“When you enter the house you instantly feel the strange feeling inside the walls, it is as if time has stood still and the occupants who once lived in the house have just vanished from the surface of the house. Earth.
“Photos scattered around the house show an old couple who may have been the last to live there but nothing has changed, the photos are in color and black and white.
“I was able to access all the rooms in the house which consist of the kitchen, the dining room, the front room, the pantry and the bathroom, as well as the bedrooms.
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They added: “Access to the house is slightly difficult and a bit messy as there is no accessible road and the land is swampy and slightly flooded with rainwater from the mountain peaks, but a once you’re inside, the house feels structurally safe. “
“The house itself has obviously been abandoned for many years because the rot is heavy and rotten in places.
“Everything else in this house looks old and like it’s been left for centuries, but the microwave looks rather new.
“Whoever lived here collected miniature cars, several of which were still on display in the kitchen and looked quite old.
“One puzzling thing was that there was no toilet in the house and there was none in the bathroom.”
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