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Inside an abandoned morgue: Explorer makes morbid finds inside empty building

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Inside an abandoned morgue: Explorer makes morbid finds inside empty building

Inside an abandoned morgue: Urban explorer makes morbid finds including table, hanging apron and gloves in empty building still retaining the eeriness of the dead

  • Bone-chilling pictures of deserted morgue just outside Hull captured by urban explorer Macorlee Farnaby
  • Eerie images show untouched, decaying morgue with abandoned items including hanging apron and gloves
  • Mr Farnaby got in through an open gap where window should be and said: ‘It felt like being in a horror movie’ 

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An urban explorer has made bone-chilling finds inside an abandoned morgue that still retained the eeriness of the dead who were processed here.

Pictures taken by urban explorer Macorlee Farnaby, 26, from Suffolk, show an untouched decaying morgue with items including a table, hanging apron, gloves, body salt, an old tin of air freshener, oxide plaster tape, bucket and blood washbasin among other morbid equipment.

Mr Farnaby, a support worker, used his skills and passion to uncover this untouched abandoned building just outside Hull, east Yorkshire.

He walked through overgrown fields and hedged areas to reach this place whose door refused to budge even on multiple attempts but finally found an open gap where a window had been taken out. 

Mr Farnaby said that upon entering the morgue he was ‘hit by the smell of death’.

‘It felt like we were not there alone but were being watched by someone. The apron was still hung, the gloves and cleaning brush almost ready to be used. It felt like being in a horror movie,’ he said.

A hanging apron, examination board and pair of boots can be seen in this eerie picture, captured by urban explorer Macorlee Farnaby, 26, from Suffolk. Mr Farnaby walked through overgrown fields and hedged areas to reach this place whose door refused to budge even on multiple attempts but finally found an open gap where a window had been taken out. Upon entering, he said: 'There was a feeling of someone else being present in that place. It could have been a speck of dust or someone from beyond the grave. But there was still some beauty to the place, an old and rustic vibe.'

A hanging apron, examination board and pair of boots can be seen in this eerie picture, captured by urban explorer Macorlee Farnaby, 26, from Suffolk. Mr Farnaby walked through overgrown fields and hedged areas to reach this place whose door refused to budge even on multiple attempts but finally found an open gap where a window had been taken out. Upon entering, he said: ‘There was a feeling of someone else being present in that place. It could have been a speck of dust or someone from beyond the grave. But there was still some beauty to the place, an old and rustic vibe.’

The exterior of the abandoned morgue, just outside Hull in east Yorkshire. Urban explorer Mr Farnaby, 26, a support worker from Suffolk, said he was not able to get through the door as it refused to budge on multiple attempts. Instead, he managed to gain access by finding an open gap where a window should be. When he entered he said he was 'hit by the smell of death'.

The exterior of the abandoned morgue, just outside Hull in east Yorkshire. Urban explorer Mr Farnaby, 26, a support worker from Suffolk, said he was not able to get through the door as it refused to budge on multiple attempts. Instead, he managed to gain access by finding an open gap where a window should be. When he entered he said he was ‘hit by the smell of death’.

The morgue, just outside Hull, appears to have been abandoned and untouched, however Mr Faany said 'it felt like we were not there alone but were being watched by someone'. He continued: 'There was bird poop everywhere. The apron was still hung, the gloves and cleaning brush almost ready to be used. It felt like being in a horror movie.'

The morgue, just outside Hull, appears to have been abandoned and untouched, however Mr Faany said ‘it felt like we were not there alone but were being watched by someone’. He continued: ‘There was bird poop everywhere. The apron was still hung, the gloves and cleaning brush almost ready to be used. It felt like being in a horror movie.’

Rubber and old bottles of solution were found as part of Mr Farnaby's exploration of the deserted morgue. He said: 'The place had not been vandalised and there was a natural decay everywhere'.

Rubber and old bottles of solution were found as part of Mr Farnaby’s exploration of the deserted morgue. He said: ‘The place had not been vandalised and there was a natural decay everywhere’.

The hanging apron, morgue examination table and pair of old boots lends this place an eerie air. The urban explorer who made the hair-raising discovery described what it was like when he entered. He said: 'I was hit by the smell of death. It felt like we were not there alone but were being watched by someone. There was bird poop everywhere. The apron was still hung, the gloves and cleaning brush almost ready to be used. It felt like being in a horror movie.'

The hanging apron, morgue examination table and pair of old boots lends this place an eerie air. The urban explorer who made the hair-raising discovery described what it was like when he entered. He said: ‘I was hit by the smell of death. It felt like we were not there alone but were being watched by someone. There was bird poop everywhere. The apron was still hung, the gloves and cleaning brush almost ready to be used. It felt like being in a horror movie.’

Another couple of bottles of old solutions were discovered in the disused morgue, just outside Hull in east Yorkshire. Other items found include an empty morgue table, hanging apron, gloves, body salt, an old tin of air freshener, oxide plaster tape, bucket and blood washbasin among other morbid equipment

Another couple of bottles of old solutions were discovered in the disused morgue, just outside Hull in east Yorkshire. Other items found include an empty morgue table, hanging apron, gloves, body salt, an old tin of air freshener, oxide plaster tape, bucket and blood washbasin among other morbid equipment

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