WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property. 

This abandoned structure was called the “Looney Tunes” house by the videographer. Not because he believed some crazy person or people lived here, but because of the Looney Tunes characters that were found inside, painted on the walls.

The house itself is just a ramshackle, one-story building out in the middle of nowhere...literally. No garage, no driveway leading up to the house, no sidewalk.....it's just sitting back in the woods. There is another house that is seen in the distance that is also abandoned. Whether the two buildings are on the same property is anyone's guess.

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Going inside this house, there are many more rooms that you wouldn't believe would be in such a small place. A roof has collapsed, making it dangerous for anyone, and also one of the floors has caved in. Basement? Doesn't seem to be one...no attic, either. Just knowing that this house exists out somewhere in no-man's-land gives one a little odd feeling.

Then there is the Looney Tunes room. It would be stuff of urban legend to say these were cartoons painted by some dangerous maniac with the mind of a child, but no...it appears to have been a child's bedroom, adorned with his/her favorite cartoon characters. Even so, the whole exploration experience is still a little unnerving, even on a sunny day.

So where is this place? Does anyone know?
Take a look at the photo gallery below.

Abandoned 'Looney Tunes' House in the Woods


Abandoned Northern 1790 House

Abandoned Port Austin Air Force Base

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