For years, a family built a den under their garden and turned it into a giant playroom for the kids.
The Mylers, known as the “Ninja Family” online created a real hobbit cave, complete with a pool, endless tunnels and a cinema room.
Shane Myler, his wife, Aly and children Bryton, Ashton, Paxton, Payton and Kayson all helped design the expansive underground playroom.
Being mostly concrete, they’ve managed to make it look like a real rock cave, with stalactites and stalagmites hanging down and tunnels to get lost in.
On the American Family’s YouTube channel, Shane takes viewers on a tour of her crazy cave complex.
He says enthusiastically, “We’ve been working on this for years, and it’s finally ready to show the world.”
“This is one of four entrances,” he explains as he walks through the hobbit door, passing under a low ceiling covered in color-changing fiber optic lights.
Shane then shows the cinema room and continues through a creepy looking tunnel called “Stalagmite Alley”.
Bryton then promises there’s a lot more to come at the end of the secret tunnel, urging viewers to “stay tuned in.”
Eventually, all of the tunnels lead to a larger opening that features caveman-like drawings carved into the artificial rock.
This then leads back to the garden and play area, which is covered in fake dinosaur fossils and another pool.
It happens when a man spent eight years building a hidden cave in his parents’ garden.
It all started with a familiar story – a teenager tired of fighting with his parents and desperate for his own space.
However, 14-year-old Andres Canto took his frustration to a new level when he decided to spend most of his teenage years building his own house under the backyard.
Meanwhile, a couple have been dubbed the “Welsh Flintstones” after returning from a holiday in Spain as the proud owners of eight caves – but their transformation is incredible.
Paula and Spence spent £17,000 buying the abandoned holes and after years of work turned them into their rustic dream home.
Elsewhere, a homeless man has carved a cave out of a cliff and now boasts incredible sea views.
Nissim Kahlon, 77, carved sandstone cliffs into a remarkable structure of tunnels, mosaics and spiral staircases on a beach in Israel.