If you liked this $159,900 house listing that looks modest at first but gets very strange very fast once you look inside, you are going to love this one.

A real estate listing of a 3,161-square-foot house in Kentucky has been going viral thanks to its 3D virtual walk-through feature that allowed users to explore the maze of rooms, porn DVDs, and boxes of “Body Skin” on their quest to find a tucked-away baptism spot turned bathtub.

Que the music: every breath you take / and every click you make / every room you shake / every step you take / sh*t gets weird.

This house may look normal on the outside, but it gets really weird when its sellers invite you in

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Jenny Jaffe, a writer from Los Angeles, California, discovered the listing when someone posted it in a private Facebook group as a game, challenging people to find the bathtub via the 3D tour.

“I love looking at weird real estate listings and thought it would just be sort of a fun weird house, but finding the bathtub was such an adventure I immediately started sending it to friends and posted it to Twitter,” Jaffe told Bored Panda. Pretty soon, her tweet blew up and really contributed to the listing going viral.

“I found [the bathtub] relatively quickly, but found getting back ‘out’ of the house to be almost impossible.”


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The $375,000 property was built in 1970. It boasts two kitchens, three bedrooms, and four bathrooms.

The home has previously been used as a ‘church, school, daycare center, and home business’, according to the listing that has since been taken down, and it features separate bathrooms with urinals.

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Let’s begin with the laundry room slash crime scene

And move on to this underground casino

Clearly, the owners don’t want people to see what’s inside


Seriously, what’s with all the boxes?


Apparently, this building was once a church, and people identified this unventilated bath as a spot for baptisms

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But in order to enter it, you must first make your way through a huge stash of porn

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Some people tried to map out this maze

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Including the two-toilet restroom


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At least there are a few TVs

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Turns out, the strange bath was just scratching the surface of all the ridiculous things happening inside this house

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Whatever the former residents were up to, they probably ran entirely on energy drinks

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The house turned into a meme real quick

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Imagine the electricity bill with all these appliances


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These two look really similar, don’t they?

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At least there’s a buffet

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Maybe this is a hint of what’s inside the box towers?

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The property was raided in 2014 following a 4-year investigation by police, according to reports at the time by WLKY News.

At the time, police claimed there were enough stolen goods inside the building to fill several trucks.

Troy Curtis and his son Trevor Curtis pleaded not guilty in December 2014 to engaging in organized crime syndication and receiving stolen property.

It’s unclear whether the items currently seen in the 3D walkthrough are somehow connected to that case in any way.

What we do know is that the home has been sitting on the market for months.

Suddenly, it all makes sense

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