Haunting images were revealed inside an abandoned Hells Angels-style house riddled with bullet holes.
The abandoned house dubbed the “Gangland Factory” was discovered with thousands of live bullets left behind.
An estimated £30,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycle was also abandoned, along with a huge bust of Elvis Presley.
The interior of the house is almost completely destroyed with collapsed walls, black mold and holes in the roof.
The house has been used to make thousands of homemade balls, but it’s not known why the owner left so quickly – and in a hurry.
There was an abandoned Jeep with flat tires in front of the house, but the inside of the car was clean.
Empty gun cases and an empty gun safe were left on the property.
Authorities believe the shell casings were used to create homemade ammunition based on the number of projectiles found in the rooms.
The king is what stands out most in this spooky gangland house.
The large bust of Elvis had paint removed and was covered in dust.
The owner had also left behind a Harley Davidson which can be sold for between £8,000 and £32,000.
These photos were taken in Canada by urban exploration photographer and filmmaker Dave of Freaktography.com.
“This abandoned house was another very dangerous way of exploring a deathtrap,” Dave said.
“It appears that this was either a very avid shooter or collector, or perhaps was used as a rifle club at some point.”
Dave said the craziest part of the abandoned house was the expensive motorbike.
“I was blown away walking out of the basement into the garage, who in their right mind leaves a Harley Davidson behind?
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6883536/abandoned-bullet-motorycle-holes/ Inside an abandoned Hells Angels home with bullet holes where the owner left a £30,000 Harley Davidson in the garage