WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

It's one thing to move...another thing to vacate...but to split and leave practically EVERYthing behind? It's not a unique circumstance – but what excuse is there for leaving everything besides just plain not wanting to bother?

This old two-story house, somewhere near Muskegon, is overgrown with trees, weeds and bushes and secluded in the woods. Upon exploring the house, the videographers discovered practically all the previous owners' belongings were deserted, including:

Dining room table with tablecloth, chairs, and centerpiece
Couches
Kitchen dinette set
Vacuum cleaner
Lamps
Beds
Dishes
Kitchen utensils
Appliances
Towels
Health & beauty aids
Telephone
Toys
Exercise equipment
Vinyl records
Books
Paintings
Clothes
Movies
TV set
Furniture
Games …..the list goes on...

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Personal notes, bottles of beer, a box of bullets, knick-knacks, yearbook...it seems the only things the owner took were the pictures in the photograph album. There's even a piece of paper with a list of vintage coins written down. There's a vision in the basement that I have never seen before: glass jars with the lids glued to the ceiling, with the jars screwed in, making them appear to hang from the beams. Have you ever seen or done this? It's new to me.

Out back there's a shed, an old bicycle, and a canoe among the many objects.

Take a look at the photos in the gallery below and see all this for yourself...

Abandoned Muskegon House, Frozen In Time

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