AN ABANDONED CHURCH has gone viral after it was discovered that a large pentagram was scrawled in the center of the floor.
The chilling illustration in the abandoned chapel in the snowy woods of Quebec, Canada, has been the talk of the internet.
Users have wondered if the building was used for clandestine religious practices or if it was later destroyed to scare the next finder.
Upon entering, it appears to be a quaint, modest church with stained glass windows surrounded by a scenic snowy forest.
But upon closer inspection, some of the tiles are chipped off the windows and the letters S and P oddly overlap on the front door.
Inside, the walls are clad in wood planks to give a cozy log cabin feel.
However, what cannot go unnoticed is the group of chairs arranged around a large pentagram scrawled on the floor.
It is unclear if the church was left with these chairs and the pentagram, or if someone arranged them and destroyed the floor at a later date.
A video about the Church on YouTube and photos on Reddit drew attention and discussion on both platforms.
Its remote location and spooky scrawl has caused a stir, and users are keen to learn more about the interesting place.
Many users praised the church’s architecture, while others focused on the pentagram.
One user on Reddit said, “It’s a Church of Satan now. Nice”.
While someone else questioned that interpretation, saying, “The pentagram was for a seance, folks. Not for Satan. The chairs indicate the age of the guests, nothing more.
“Satanists tend to leave more, uh… ‘literature’.”
But another joked, saying: “I thought at first the circle of chairs was left over from an AA meeting until I saw the chalk lines.”
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4945024/eerie-abandoned-church-pentagram/ Inside a spooky abandoned church with a pentagram scrawled on the floor