Brits have such a long history that you never can tell what will be discovered in their old homes.
In fact that was the subject of a recent contest conducted by the British furniture company ScS. They asked people to send them pictures of what they found and you wouldn’t believe the results.
For instance, Kerrie Jackson of Wrexham found what is being called a “witch decoy kit.” Now what exactly that is, we don’t know. Do you? Let us know in the comments.
The aged collection consists of “eight odd shoes, a half-eaten hat, a horse’s skull, another unidentified animal skull, two gun barrels and a glass bottle,” according to The Mirror.
The property market in the U.K. is booming says Dale Gillespie, Head of Acquisition at ScS, “many people will be moving into new homes, and who knows what they might find when they do?”
Surprisingly Jackson’s decoy kit didn’t win. That honor went to Kathryn Gaston from Glasgow who found an aortic valve preserved in formaldehyde in her kitchen.
Photos: The Mirror