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    I want to know about this type construction

    What's the use of this type chamber its 9 feet length 3 feet width and aprox 3.5 feet height. That is very old construction.
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    explosive storage?

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    Obviously at one time it was sealed over by brick which have been removed and it may have contained something. Of note is that the old BFO machines would detect voids like this. Can you tell us more?

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    Do you probably have any other details about it? It's pretty small, but looks like there used to be something inside...

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    The OP hasn't logged in since February 18th, so it's unlikely we'll get a response. I'd certainly wish to see more myself.
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    Ahem, burial?

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    Hm, that's interesting. It seems to me that it's indeed explosive storage. But I might be wrong.
    Last edited by vpnavy; May 31, 2017 at 06:05 AM.

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    May 2017
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    I think it's a storage for personal purposes, maybe, it was used to hide money or other precious things.
    Last edited by vpnavy; May 31, 2017 at 09:22 AM. Reason: Removed Link!

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    It's surely some kind of storage for treasures. It's difficult to imagine what's else it can be. However, I might be wrong, but it seems as a most obvious variant for me.
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    very great photos
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    Cold cellar!? Early safe room?
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    Indeed an interesting construction. I assume it is somekind of storage and i belive it was pretty comfortble to use. Try kinetic physics homework
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    Feds trying to bait grave robbers?
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    ohh this is the weird kind of construction that i have seen. check out some more about it to click here
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