Coffee Bean Castle

April 15th, 2014 by

We've been spoiling you all lately with posts full of deep location research and explicit details, so it's time for a post that leaves everything to the imagination.

Imagine, if you will, an 1800s era warehouse sitting abandoned and empty. Upon entry you are greeted with the unique fragrance of aged wood. Nearly the entire building is pitch black with darkness, because the windows are all covered tight. All the floors look the same. There is little to see and nothing to rummage through. The only sign this building was ever used at all are the coffee beans found lightly scattered on the floor and wedged between the floorboards. There is one means of egress, and who knows how sturdy these floors are after all these years of being ignored and empty. You begin to wonder if it's worth exploring the whole place, but you press on...

And that's when you find it.

The photos speak for themselves.

2 responses to “Coffee Bean Castle”

  1. nailhed says:

    wow…nice one

  2. jedi5 says:

    nice shots bro

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