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  • wysiwyg
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    Is this house in america?

    If not, its a cellar, not a basement, i hate the term basement..

    CountZero
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    Rule #1: don’t go down the basement alone.

    Ambrose
    Member

    Go there now. With a failing torch…

    ketchup
    Member

    News flash! We found old brochures from when the house was last sold and in the picture there is a hatch in my housemates bedroom floor right underneath where his bed is now…

    bencooper
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    If not, its a cellar, not a basement, i hate the term basement..

    Other way around – that’s why Dorothy was going to hid in the storm cellar. Our house has a basement.

    cranberry
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    The best thing to do is to split up and explore the place individually.

    It always works out well in films.

    Do you know a sexually promiscuous teenage cheerleader? If so send them down to check it out first if they manage to come back out alive then the coast is clear.

    stuey
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    What would Velma do?

    ketchup
    Member

    So we moved into a new (for us) house a couple of days ago and have just found the entrance to the basement we didn’t know was there. Bearing in mind it’s after midnight, do we open it just now or leave it until the morning? What do think we’ll find in it?

    P.s my house mate is a chicken

    _tom_
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    News flash! We found old brochures from when the house was last sold and in the picture there is a hatch in my housemates bedroom floor right underneath where his bed is now…

    Well I think you know what must be done..

    Premier Icon dannybgoode
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    I’ve watched enough films to know that the minimum prerequisite armourment before entering a newly discovered basement is an axe, a flamethrower, a shotgun and a revolver with a silver Bullet.

    Armed thus you should be okay otherwise stay the **** out…

    Cheers

    Danny B

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    Danny Bower wrote:

    I’ve watched enough films to know that the minimum prerequisite armourment before entering a newly discovered basement is an axe, a flamethrower, a shotgun and a revolver with a silver Bullet.
    Armed thus you should be okay otherwise stay the **** out…
    Cheers
    Danny B

    You forgot the dumb blonde…that and the virgins never die
    Does the house look like this?

    trail_rat
    Member

    Sure its not a service crawl space ?

    Mines 4.5feet tall . Was very handy for plumbing

    My parents one starts at 6ft and tapers to a ft.

    Not really useful for storing owt

    meehaja
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    We found a hatch in the kitchen of a tented flat… Led to a complete other floor. 7 rooms, water/electric etc. It was a part converted basement flat that hadn’t been finished so had been sealed off! We also rented a house that had a sauna in the basement…letting agent had no idea as she was scared of spiders so wouldn’t go into the basement!

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