Inside creepy car graveyard with dozens of vintage Fords were left to rot | The Sun
AN urban explorer discovered a creepy car graveyard where dozens of vintage Fords were left to rot for decades.
YouTuber – Ste G – found 40 classics from the famous American car manufacturer scattered among fields in Grimsby – and was shocked at what he found.
The content creator explained that he used to live nearby and was exploring one of the village’s forgotten bomb shelters when he caught sight of the abandoned graveyard.
But only after trekking through overgrown foliage, he noticed that all the cars and vans in the Ford collection were burnt out.
Eerie footage taken on his recording device showed the rusted-out vehicles.
Ste G remarked that “never knew this was here” – despite growing up nearby.
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He told viewers: “All these cars, all of them, have been set on fire.
“I don’t know why people do these things, but do you see this van? Somebody has tipped the van over.
“Why would somebody just come and tip a van over? I don’t know.”
Beyond the bunt-out car collection, Ste also explored a nearby “abandoned” bungalow and attempted to draw some conclusions.
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“This is the burnt-down bungalow. This would have been somebody’s house," he remarked.
Inside one of the buildings, he discovered magazines from 1979, an “original” Pot Noodle, and an old Quality Street tin.
The bungalow was packed with furniture and personal belongings and appeared to have been abandoned for quite some time.
He added: “This is what I’ve come here for. I didn’t explore this much and should have really.
“I was more interested in the Ford graveyard.”
Holding up a notepad, he added: “Whoever it was had really, really neat handwriting – really fancy.
“I wonder if the lady who sold the eggs, who used to live here, was at one point a teacher. I keep seeing signs of education.”
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