15+ Eye-opening things people found in buildings after the most recent occupant left

by heatfeed

Memories are so beautiful, and things related to these memories are precious.

Every family has something precious either memory or heritage, that means treasure to them. That could be anything, doesn’t matter what it is? Is it worthy or not? 

Imagine finding a hidden treasure that someone buried in their house years ago. A treasure box, having gold coins, jewels, gold chains, and silver pots, and much more,  sounds good?

This is the main reason why people stop finding treasures around. Whenever we heard about a treasure the very first thing that came to our mind is something materialistic, something pricey or expensive, or something shiny. Specially made of gold or diamonds.

Treasure does not always mean something expensive, it could be anything you find interesting or important.

If you think about treasures, in the same manner, you will find them around you. 

Did you ever wonder, if there could be a treasure in your house too? Maybe under your floor or somewhere hidden in the walls of your house?

But finding that treasure may cost more than its actual price like you have to dig up your floor or tear apart your walls-  that is not a good idea by the way. You should not try this until you need it for the renovation of your house.

It might not be possible for you now to find any but we can enjoy the treasure that other people found in their houses after the recent occupant left.

Let’s dive into this interesting article


A hanging chain inside the wall. Good knows the purpose but it looks scary.


Antique light switches, you can’t even find them in a museum 



No one knows the Dre launched these fans, or maybe it was the limited edition.


Imagine a hidden door in the wall of your bedroom that belongs to another world, or maybe a failed toilet plan. 


A beautiful artwork behind the cage.


True promises are always hard to break, but wall promises are harder. You can not break them until you have a hammer. 


The original electrical switches look like these. Many of us may be watching this for the first time. 


The oldest form of first decorative light switches, many old buildings still have such kind of switch.


A mail slot from the 1900s. It is common to find such mail slots in old buildings. 


The razor disposal slot seems like someone using this bathroom was very conscious about hygiene.


The modern-style cave painting. Or maybe someone tries to keep their memories alive for the rest of the time. 


Who knows that the Egyptian kind of trap still exists, not in treasure caves, but a random house. 


The handle is made of a spoon, the oldest hack to open a door after losing its knob or handle.


The old school elevator handle. Still works in a few old mills or buildings in underdeveloped countries.


Hidden fish under the layer of paint. There might be a sea under there if all the paint from the wall would be removed.


Looks like an artwork, but it is just painted layers over layers.


Nothing could be more precious than a love letter from a stranger, especially when he is only 11 years old.

Final words:

There are many little things that are more precious than diamonds, maybe not for you. But that could be someone’s whole life. Feelings are precious, things aren’t.