A man was exploring a jungle in Bali, Indonesia when he stumbled upon an abandoned hotel in the midst of the thick foliage.
According to Wittyfeed, Jacob Laukaitis was exploring what locals call the 'Ghost Palace Hotel'.
Built in the 1990s, the place was never actually opened to the public and remains deserted.
As Jacob investigated the area, he saw peeling paint and crumbling ceilings. The only things thriving at the dilapidated location were weeds and vines.
However, his creepiest find was a pair of flip flops at the entrance.
The hotel is said to be haunted because labourers had supposedly died there due to unsafe working conditions.
"Are there really ghosts there? Probably not. Just broken dreams of tourism and business," said Wittyfeed.
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