NYC woman discovers hidden room behind bathroom mirror

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At least there weren’t any bees.

In a twist that appears to be straight out of the 1992 horror flick, “Candyman,” a woman living in NYC discovered a secret room hidden behind the bathroom mirror of her apartment.

The woman—known by her TikTok username “samanthaartsoe”—uploaded her journey leading up to this startling find onto the social media platform. In the first part, she describes how, upon feeling cold, she notices that a strange breeze is coming from her bathroom.

“So, I start searching,” she tells viewers.

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Mirror, mirror on the wall, is this apartment the creepiest of all?

A New Yorker was in for a spooky surprise when she went hunting for the cause of a draft — and found an abandoned apartment behind her bathroom mirror.

Samantha Hartsoe has rocked TikTok with a shocking tour of the disturbing discovery, in a four-part video saga posted to the platform on Wednesday and Thursday. Hartsoe’s first clip announcing the alarming news has been viewed 7.5 million times.


“I’m in my New York Cirty apartment,

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With so many binge-worthy home renovation series available on streaming services right now, it seems like we’re all taking intensive home & décor classes. A few seasons in and you’re already feeling like a professional ready to take on the most difficult home improvements projects you can think of. It’s no wonder so many people are gearing up for big renovations around the house, confident they’ll do a great job, regardless of the challenges.

But the truth is, there’s a big difference between feeling like an expert and actually being one. Revamping your bathroom or giving your kitchen a face-lift

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