February 13, 2018

Tour Report: Castle Hedera [Revisit]

In June of 2014, my wife and I had first tried to pay a visit to this abandoned castle. And we did, but we were too chicken to really enter once we got there because the ceilings and floors just looked too dangerous at the time.
More than two years and a lot of experience later, we tried once again, this time in the company of our good friend and tour mate Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex.
It turned out that the reconnaisance we had from the first visit was still accurate. Parking, access - it was still the same, only there was far more people around and lots of cars passing by, so we had some trouble finding the opportune moment to jump the fence, so to speak.
Once we were out of sight, we had to walk through thick green patches of plants to get to the access point of the castle.
We entered, and we were somewhat disappointed - not regarding the state of decay, which was pretty nice, but in terms of how many adjustments had been made to the original style of the castle. only a few of the original structures were left, and of course, much of it has been vadalized in the 30+ years of the castle's abandonment.
Still - it was a great experience to finally be able to look behind the walls of this castle. There was a lot of natural decay, and it was a nice second spot for our tour.

To find out more about the history of this creepy place and to check out all the photos, click the button below.

1 comment:

  1. Huh, das Wesen auf der Treppe sieht durchaus etwas gruselig aus...! Was ist das? Liebe GrĂ¼sse, Miuh


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