Depending on how you look at it, this next video is either really interesting or incredibly creepy.

Maybe it’s the creepy music, or maybe it’s just the dark, abandoned bomb shelter stocked with old gas masks that gives me the creeps. Either way, I’m just glad it’s not me that stumbled upon this mysterious shelter. Apparently, the shelter was discovered underneath a working factory, which is probably how the lights still are still fully functional.

Don’t get me wrong, this would be really cool, but if you’ve ever played the video game Doom before, you probably understand my angst. This all looks too familiar, and I can’t help but think there’s going to be some demented old scientist down there waiting to use me as the next “experiment.”

If you don’t have a knot in your stomach or get sweaty palms while watching this, you might want to get your pulse checked, because this is just spooky!

Image is a screenshot from the YouTube video

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  • Talks2trees

    Signs all in Russian. Shelter to hide from nazis? What factory or at least what city?
    Your video cam certainly has audio, why no comments? Nice find but your reporting style sucks. So does your music.

    • Andy Wolf

      The masks and equipment is Cold War era

    • Jason Luthor

      Well, this is the most try-hard comment on the internet.

    • Mikial

      Nazis? This was a Cold War era bomb shelter built to protect the factory workers from the factory it was under so that the USSR could ensure there’d still be skilled workers to keep the factory going after the bombs quit falling. They were nothing if not pragmatic. Comments wouldn’t have done us much good unless you’re fluent in Russian.

  • Talks2trees

    If I had a shelter like that, I would have lots of tools to dig my way out after a bombing. And some air

  • Mikial

    A very cool and historic find. Obviously a Soviet built, cold war fallout/bomb shelter. Russia and the former Soviet Block countries are riddled with these things. It’s clear this guy wasn’t the first person to explore the place, since there were obvious signs that people had rifled through everything. The old protective masks and chemical/contamination over garments were pretty bizarre. Great choice of music.

  • Chris

    Love to have those flashlights.

  • Ken

    I have to call BS on this one. No dust on anything, no cob webs, no condensate damage or water on the floor and display lighting in the “document” display cases??? Who would take the time, or even care about having “art” on the walls?
    Looks much more like a museum diorama. But hey, it’s on the internet, so it must be true, right?