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This Mansion Owners Mysteriously Fled And Left A Lot Of Expensive, Luxurious, And Rare Items Behind (34 Pics)

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This mansion in Kings Langley in Hertfordshire, England, looks like it was abandoned several years ago but it remains eerily well-preserved. Recently, an urban explorer who doesn’t want to disclose their name visited the mysterious estate and came back with a series of haunting photos, documenting all the mansion’s hidden treasures.

It looks as though its former occupants left hastily, maybe even in the middle of the night. A watch stuck in time lies untouched on a bedside table while designer clothes are still stacked up on rails in a bedroom. And [they] must have had some cash as the threads are by labels including Yves St Laurent, Gucci and Louis Vuitton.

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The kitchen – once full of posh utensils and time-saving mod cons – now has part of the roof collapsing in

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There are empty fish tanks lined up in a grand hallway and a dishwasher still has plates inside washed and ready to use

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A potted plant is still alive in its pot on a windowsill next to a telescope lined up ready for its owner to look at the night sky

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A huge bathroom contains a jacuzzi bath with half-used shampoo and conditioner bottles lined up nearby

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A Japanese-themed piano occupies a place of pride in one of the rooms with the music left out ready to play

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And stacks of china sit on a living room table next to oddly white and dust-free sofas

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And even more eerily, a half-finished game of chess is placed on a dining room table, a further nod to the fact that the house’s occupants may have fled hastily

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The urban explorer who took these images said they had never seen such a well-preserved house

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A utility room has a snooker table and outside, four or five cars – including a rusted Bentley – lie in overgrown grass

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They said unopened post starting in 2016 filled the entrance hallway, so it appears the family fled four years ago

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“I’ve seen a lot of these places and most are in a far worse state than this one,” the traveler told Bored Panda

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“It was literally like the people who lived there got up in the middle of the night and ran without taking anything”

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“There was dry cleaning still in the plastic wrapping – it appears they didn’t even pack a bag”

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The urban explorer believes the former occupants were Russian, but Land Registry documents show the house is owned by a Dorset-based company

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“Maybe they fled back to Russia?”

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“It must have been a fast move as even their toothbrushes were still there”

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