A group of amateur explorers discovered a mysterious shoe-shaped house in one of the forests of Great Britain.
A small house covered in moss remained uninhabited for many years and practically became part of the natural landscape.
Outside, the shoe house is well preserved. But inside it turned out to be almost completely destroyed, so it was dangerous to be inside.
According to the Lost Britain community, a strange woman lived in this house in the 1950s.
“We found the boot at the foot of a steep cliff. In the 1950s it seems that a woman lived there.
We don’t have any information about her, as we just read about this fact on the Internet.
Furthermore, a few decades ago, children played inside this house,” the researchers said on their social media.
Researchers shared images of the unusual home on social media.
It reminded users of an old nursery rhyme titled “There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.”
The very first version of the old woman’s story was written in 1794. But since then it has changed several times.
Because many people were not satisfied with the ending of the poem, in which the grandmother whipped her grandchildren with rods.