Tuesday, 19 December 2017

This Guy Discovered a Hidden Safe In His Late Grandparents Farm House. When He Open The Safe He Was Totally Surprised.

TENNESSEE - Homes built long ago and have a lot of interesting things: Souvenirs, remembrances, keepsakes, tokens and interesting things that are forgotten which has the family's collaboration or collections in the olden days.


One day, a family lived in Tennessee getting ready to hand over an old farmhouse, changed out to have a secret vault confirmed to have precious and valuable objects inside of it.


Based on Redditor, Evilenglish, he was making this long time built farmhouse pleasant to his eyes, dusting and removing specks of dirt inside, seeing through unrecognized rooms before putting it to a deal and sell it to another person.






In a cabinet beneath the stairs, unseen below the carpet, he discovers a tangible vault hidden below the surface.

"This was very out of place since all of the downstairs floorings is hardwood," he wrote in the original Reddit post. "I pushed the carpet back further and saw a round cap with a circular indentation on it. I pulled off the cap and ... A Secret Safe!"


After consuming days with eagerness to know what's inside at the same time taking down notes and records for Reddit, Imgur, and YouTube, Redditor called a person who knows locks and safety vaults that can help him reveal what is hidden inside. What they visualize obviously are their grandparent's collections and things that they love to gather.



"They bought this house in the late 70's/early 80's to escape the oppressive summer heat of the South," evilenglish wrote. "My grandfather was an avid sportsman and enjoyed collecting various firearms. My Grandmother was a collector of coins and other antiques and curiosities."


Coins and curiosities are exactly what he found.There were numerous pieces of unusual coins, pieces of jewelry, different old-aged watches and a pile of wet cash.







A period of years before, the man and his brother found another secret safety vault beneath their coffee table comprising some collected pistols of their grandfather. This only means that their grandparent's had a strong fondness for keeping what they extremely love with value and desire.


From the time it was discovered dated April 30, Redditors have been helping Evilenglish to fix and restore tokens of coins and some jewelry with of little value. He also theorizes that a small opening harmed what's inside and moisture enters the vault.



Nevertheless, it made him more attached to his grandmother who passed away.

"Funny that as a boy, in that very house, my Grandma read me Treasure Island," evilenglish wrote. "And I always dreamed of finding something like this!"

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source: ksl



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