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Woman Creeped Out After Finding Hidden 'Love Shack' Room Behind Her Bathroom Cabinet

TikToker @bigbrah1 gave viewers a scare by showing them the creepy 'love shack' room she found behind a hidden door in her basement bathroom's cabinet.

Room found behind TikToker's bathroom cabinet door
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We all know that trends come and go, and that each decade has its own trademark features—but that isn't exclusive to social media. That's true of clothing, music, jewelry and makeup, and even homes.

But with social media being more prominent than ever, especially in video format, we're witnessing more strange home features than ever before, especially from first-time homeowners who are in their 20s.

TikToker @bigbrah1 recently shared an odd find she discovered in her home, in none other than the basement bathroom. When she opened the bathroom's medicine cabinet above the sink, behind where the shelves would normally be she discovered a hidden door which led into a secret room.

The room could only be accessed by climbing onto the toilet and then climbing up through the narrow cabinet. The internal door also locks from the inside with an old metal lock that had been painted the same color as the walls.

Inside was a room painted in pink and green with large handprints and footprints on the walls, as well as marker drawings and three girls' names. But most surprisingly was the appearance of "The Love Shack" painted in huge bubble letters on the back wall.

The new homeowner was at a loss.

"Found a hidden room in my house...What do I do?"

You can see the original reveal video here:

@bigbrah1

what do i do ? #horror#horrortok#hiddenroom#hiddenroominmyhouse#halloween#scary#90s#analoghorror#fyp#scarytiktoks

Some thought this was like a room-sized time capsule from the '80s and '90s.

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But others were deeply creeped out by what else could have happened in that room, especially with the lock.

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The homeowner shared an update in response to so many people being weirded out.

Since filming the first video, the TikToker had painted over the original "Love Shack" letters, handprints, and footprint designs. She'd also filled most of the room with large storage containers, boxes, and a massive Barbie house that seemed impossible to fit through the bathroom cabinet door.

The TikToker also dismissed the advice to report the space to the police, questioning what she was supposed to tell them.

You can watch the second video here:

@bigbrah1

Replying to @garfield ty for all the support !! 🫶🏻

But the second video created new concerns for the TikTok community.

Some were disappointed to see the space wasted as storage space, but others were more concerned by the TikToker not calling the police and also questioned how she had gotten those storage bins through that narrow cabinet door.

In response, the TikToker showed herself getting in and out of the room, but she refused to "do all that" by showing that a storage bin could actually fit through the cabinet space, leaving fellow TikTokers feeling suspicious.

You can watch the final video here:

@bigbrah1

Replying to @Jacquelyn Barry love shack babyyyyy #loveshack#fyp#bigbrah#hiddenroominmyhouse#update#loveshackupdate

It was clear some felt there was something fishy going on and that the homeowner wasn't disclosing something, and her final video in the series didn't soothe those concerns.

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The TikToker made it clear that she wouldn't be posting about this anymore, so any remaining questions we have likely won't be answered.

But it's also very clear that she does not want to disclose more information about her home or to contact the police, so this might just be added to the increasingly long list of unanswered things that avid TikTokers have been haunted by.