Get Inside This Mysterious Abandoned 18th Century Home With A Cannon In The Living Room

If you love the idea of time capsules, you can’t miss this exciting post by Sean Morrison on the Mirror about a mysterious abandoned house that has practically been frozen in time. It even has an 18th century-style cannon in its living room!

There’s an abandoned home in France that’s filled with some of the most amazing things. Nobody seems to know how long the home has been abandoned, but it’s like a time capsule. At some point the home belonged to an unknown war fanatic, so it has lots of fantastic war memorabilia, such as a Union Jack flag, the United States flag and even an 18th century-style cannon in the living room.

Recently, amateur Parisian photographer, Florian Michaud, entered the derelict home and took some beautiful photographs. They include a dusty billiards table, a mural of people in French renaissance dress and a luxury bedroom. The house is an absolutely fantastic find.

Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
Eerie images reveal the time capsule home that has been left completely untouched since it was abandoned (Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
A huge cannon is the centre piece in the grand living room (Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
A mural on a wall depicts people in French renaissance dress (Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)

The amateur Parisian photographer, who took these photos, shares:

“The images radiate with an aura of unusual and magic that are brought about the vision of nature taking over decomposition.”

“This battle between life and death is what I’m aiming to capture in my photo shoots.”

“I fell in love with this kind of scenery and wanted to keep forever what I saw and felt.”

“I am especially fascinated by places where everything’s still standing, as if inhabitants simply vanished.”

Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)
Mystery abandoned home boasts a huge cannon as a centre piece in the living room that once belonged to a now unknown war fanatic
(Photo: Florian Michaud/Mediadrumworld)

“There’s a long stage of investigation in my urban explorations before I can take pictures.”

“Most of the time, field survey and spotting yield nothing because the location has turned out to be uninteresting.”

“Eventually, as I am very persistent, I end up finding a place that’s been forgotten yet became magical and off-beat.”

“It vibrates with something powerful and out of the ordinary that triggers in me an overwhelming flow of creative ideas and awakens an urge to simply catch the moment.”

Source: Mirror