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Urban Exploration: Abandoned Cat Lover's House

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Urban Exploration: Abandoned Cat Lover's House


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An elderly lady named Fern McCullough owned this house before she passed away. According to the Ancestry website, Fern died at the age of 90-years-old in 1999. She married her husband, Simon Ernest McCullough, in 1934 in Quebec, Canada before eventually relocating to this beautiful home near Toronto, Ontario. I couldn't find any information on him, but the estate was in her name before she passed away so I am assuming she was predeceased by him. There were some hanging calendars dated from August 2000 as well as a couple of phone books dated from 2002-2003. These later dates along and the cat cremation certificate dated 2002 suggests someone had stayed there for a few years after her passing, possibly family members. A note on the fridge along with a card I found suggests a father and daughter who were supposed to be taking care of the cats. I found information on the County's website from 2012 stating that they are under negotiations with this estate, There are two wills in place. One is to the county and one to the family. This is in dispute. The county is taking care of it for now until it gets settled. At this point, going by these dates, I'm thinking it has been abandoned for around 10 years.

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Sofia H : what kind of people have the heart to vandalise a place as beautiful as that??? it's so sad :(
Deb Morgan Meyers : The first time I saw this vid was about two months ago and it haunted me day and night for weeks. I made me emotionally ill but it also prompted me to put something concrete in place about my own two cats. I am currently working on legal documentation for a guardian and will be taking out a life insurance policy to provide continued care for my two young cats who could very well out live me.
Bonnie Miller : oh my gosh....just makes me want to be there....and clean the whole place for her........I know she passed....but the house should be taken care of....cause it was hers.......ahhhhhh
Ashley Mendoza Castro : I had my family watch this vid and they were so interested in it. This one I got to say was one of my favorites. As we watched it my mom was saying she could not believe you went into the basement ALONE! lol She was scarred for you. Now that I had introduced them to your vids my Mom said that she will be looking forward to seeing more. <3
NecroBourgeois : Such a beautiful house, and unique design with the round room. I would love that house. I'm a cat-lover too xD I can just imagine her sitting that living room at night, all cosy, watching some movies with the cats around her and purring on her lap.
Captain Southbird : 7:07 "Throw stones", supposing that references the old phrase "People who live in glass houses..." A philosophical vandal, eh?
Brent Audi : Great video...but so sad. This was a persons life. I would love to have gone through her pictures that were left behind to find out something about her. This happens. Someone dies and no one cares..... I live in a wonderful subdivision that when I moved into 10 years ago the owners were mostly elder. Doctors, Airline Pilots, etc. Beautiful homes. Their children have moved on years ago across the US. Their parents die and they don't care. They get the bulk of the money and any life insurance. They could care less about the house and the contents. I am watching these homes that were well taken cared of for years fall apart. And believe me that an unloved home falls apart very fast. It is really sad to watch. We are only here for a short time....everything after we are gone does not matter to most, if any. B
Anna OConner : That happens alot...people die and then their families don't want the pets, so they leave them to die in the house, or if they have alot of pets, some get left behind on accident. So sad.