Let's face the fact that living in your grandparents' house is like living in a treasure island because there was never a day that you don't discover something new to your eyes! Where ever you go inside the house, you'll discover something that's worth keeping!
Just recently, a Reddit user tried to investigate the house that his deceased grandpa has left. However, he never expected that such investigation would unleash the most jaw-dropping discovery!
According to the Reddit user, his Grandparents' house has a mysterious door that has never been opened since his grandparents died.
“My dad passed away a few years ago and he inherited an old farmhouse in middle Tennessee from my Grandparents.”
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He stated that his grandfather was an avid sportsman and he really enjoyed collecting firearms, while his grandmother is a coin collector and she also loved collecting other unique things.
“My Grandfather was an avid sportsman and enjoyed collecting various firearms. My Grandmother was a collector of coins and other antiques and curiosities. My Grandfather was diagnosed with lung cancer in 1998, After my Grandfather passed away, neither my Grandmother nor Father returned to the house. My Father passed in 2009 and we’ve been working to close out his estate and traveled to the farmhouse to prepare it for sale.”
“Lots and lots of work to do here as it is an old house. I was working in a closet below the stair case and saw that the rug was pretty disgusting.”
It was then when things got a little more interesting for him! He found a secret safe under the stairs while he was cleaning the home. There was this dirty piece of rug but when you pull it up, a tiny safe will be uncovered!
“I started pulling up the rug and noticed a block of concrete.”
“I pushed the carpet back further and saw a round cap with a circle indentation on it.”
“I pulled off the cap and … a secret safe!”
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It was hard for him to uncover the safe so he decided to seek help from a locksmith!
When they finally opened the safe, they noticed a couple of blocks which appeared like bricks, but it's not. It's actually coin boxes. The boxes were already dirty but it kept the coins in perfect shape and condition!
“The moisture in the safe makes the covers very mushy, but the coins inside are in surprisingly good shape!”
“Lots and lots of coin boxes! I knew my Grandmother collected coins, but I thought we had found all of them!”
There were also several coins that appeared like silver and side from that, silver bars were also found.
The same Reddit user also posted another discovery in the house:
“Underneath the table top of the coffee table was a hidden, stand alone safe. Inside of it were several pistols (.22s, a 357, and a few others) there were also about 300 single one dollar bills. We found out that there were “Barr Notes” and supposedly rare because that particular Secretary of the Treasury died like 29 days in office.”
Via: ManilaReaders NTD