My idea of a good Halloween celebration is dressing up and going to parties or watching scary movies all night.
However, some people aren’t as easily satisfied when it comes to the spooky holiday, like the YouTubers Bros Of Decay. These guys love urban exploration and aren’t afraid to stay in seriously creepy buildings.
That said, it makes sense that they’d choose an abandoned cathedral to sleep in for All Hallows’ Eve. They definitely weren’t disappointed with their experience.
Of course, things got extra dark and creepy as soon as they stepped foot inside.
When they reached the cathedral room, they were greeted with this beautifully eerie sight.
The structures were stunning, if not a little unsettling in the lack of light.
The place would be the perfect setting for a haunting.
The cameraman wanted to check out the old organ, so he bravely broke away from the group and climbed these old stairs.
The view of the cathedral room was even more unnerving from upstairs.
The keyboard was dirty and likely out of commission.
But the organ pipes were pristine and looked like they were just waiting to be played.
After taking another set of stairs farther up, he finally reached the area that housed the church bells.
Besides resembling a scene from a horror movie, everything in the room was covered in bird poop.
He even found this creepy covered hole that opened to the ceiling of the cathedral room.
When it was time to pick where they should sleep, they walked down this dark hallway in the residential area of the building.
They quickly discovered that it was really dangerous when one of them almost stepped through the floor.
The group also found this door, which revealed another hidden door behind it through the hole. Who else is dying to know what’s in that room?
Surprisingly, they all got a good night’s sleep. But the next morning, they found more creepiness when they came across this well in the courtyard.
If you want to see their entire experience for yourself, check out the video below.
I have to admit that looks like it would be fun with a bunch of people, but could you imagine being there alone? Me neither.
You can find more of the group’s brave urban explorations on their YouTube channel. I know I’ll be watching them.