Views:251|Rating:4.95|View Time:12:54Minutes|Likes:100|Dislikes:1 In today’s night exploration i re visited this abandoned house of a radio collector like promised in part 1 at night time. It was not the same like the first time. Some furniture was already gone and moved and it was like someone cleaned the house a little bit. This house is still a frozen in time! Not only all the furniture that is left behind also the one specific bedroom filled with many old rare vintage radio’s. This night explore was pretty scary because i had the feeling someone was watching me the whole time and before recording my intro i saw an old woman as a reflection in the glass from the door. Maybe it’s haunted but not by an evil spirit.
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Note, that I used a 9V regulator to supply the Opamp. This is fixed with annotations (not visible on mobile).