British and American residents have connected to share the amazing discoveries they have made in their own homes.
Taking a Bored Panda, users uploaded snapshots from the moment they realized that their house was a treasure trove of leftovers from previous owners.
While some discovered secret traps in basements and even forgotten tunnels, others discovered diamond rings and ancient coins in past residences in hidden places.
Among the discoveries there was a floor with a monopoly under a carpet and even an 18th century cemetery beneath a building.
Scroll down to see more weird and wonderful discoveries made by unsuspecting tenants.
Taking to the gallery of incredible home-made discoveries shared with Bored Panda, a 27-year-old Canadian woman named HolleyFieldArt shared the mysterious tunnel she discovered beneath the large apartment block she lived in, complete with disturbing figures painted on the wall
A Californian man shared an image of his bathroom wall with a fake compartment, behind which he found a plastic bag containing a diamond ring, jewelry, Alka Seltzer indigestion and old coins in a bathtub with the words "Clean immaculate" and San Luis Obispo – a city in California
An American believed to be from Santa Cruz shared a door designed exclusively for milk in the 1930s with the fun gallery of discoveries, and wrote: "Our new apartment has a small door with milk under the cabinets."
A man from Louisiana took Bored Panda to reveal the paintings he discovered under his house, and he wrote: "Then, our house was flooded in the Louisiana floods a few weeks ago." We started the demonstration process and just arrived at the Lost Hippie Wall Mural Found Under My Flooded House! & # 39;
An Australian from Queensland went to the fascinating gallery and revealed that he had found a message by removing the old tiles from the cork floor, which contained a family of names. The followers looked at them quickly, and one of them said that the father of the family had died sadly.
A man from California revealed that during a visit to his friend's house in Pennsylvania, he discovered a well in the kitchen, to which a light had been added. He wrote: & # 39; The house I stayed in has retained its original as a feature! & # 39;
A Briton named Jason revealed that this impressive mural was discovered in a friend's house while they removed the wallpaper and wrote: "Friend was redecorating his new home and he found it under a layer of wallpaper!"
A Briton from Stockport revealed that his apartment is an old police station and still retains the original doors of the cells painted white, in this incredible addition shared with Bored Panda.
An American discovered a slot in his bathroom cabinet for "razor blades", discovered old leftover blades on the wall and wrote: "Apparently, getting rid of old razor blades inside your wall was acceptable." in the 1950s & # 39;
An American man revealed that he discovered some sketches after peeling the wallpaper from his home, and wrote: "I found some cute drawings under the wallpaper that I will remove."
An Australian woman revealed that her living room was built around a huge sandstone rock, but admitted that she does not use the room that often
An American took to the Bored Panda gallery and revealed that a wall of his house broke, revealing years and years of painting in layers in an arty snap
A Texan woman revealed that she found vintage wallpaper under three layers of paper she was peeling on her farm
A Brit from Buckinghamshire revealed a pub called The Bull and Butcher, the village of Turville had made a function under the residence at one of its tables
A user revealed that the Walmart, located in the Bucktown district of Chicago, was built in a former bank and used the vault as a "vitamin vault", opened in 2012.
An American man revealed that he found a huge floor with the Monopoly theme in his new home, and wrote: "He picked up the carpet from the house and guess what I found!"
A man shared an image of a cemetery built under a building in Connecticut, located below the Church of the Center on the Green. A user of Bored Band explained: The cemetery was part of a larger outdoor cemetery, but finally, the church was built on a segment of the cemetery. The tombstones in the rest of the cemetery where they later moved to the Grove Street Cemetery nearby, although those in the basement of the church were preserved. Curiously, only the tombstones moved, not the bodies. Hurricane Sandy unearthed a colonial skeleton in the Green in 2012. Anyone who has the opportunity to see this should leave! The tours are free and the tombstones are a good piece of colonial history. Some tombstones date back to 1687, almost a century before the United States was founded. In addition, Benedict Arnold's first wife is buried there.
A Dallas builder revealed a footprint he found on a brick wall, revealing that he would have come directly from the factory, explaining: "Since after the brick was baked, the force needed to mark it would be significant." ;
A graduate of American graphics revealed that he was helping his father move to his new office when he discovered a trap door that led to a forgotten basement full of old treasures. He wrote: "I was helping my dad move into his new office, when we found a trap door".