Urban explorers uncover horrifying clown watching over creepy abandoned pub

An urban explorer who discovered a derelict pub has shared footage of the creepy establishment.

The Fairmile Inn in Edinburgh was a local favourite for more than 60 years, and the roadside watering hole served those coming to and from the Scottish capital from Hillend until it closed its doors in 2004.

The art deco building then lay abandoned for around eight years before it was destroyed and replaced by an outdoor clothing centre, Craigdon Mountain Sports, which remains there today.

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But before the building was relegated to the annals of history, a group of intrepid explorers gained access to the interior and were able to capture what the long lost boozer looked like at the side of the road, EdinburghLive reported.

In 2012, YouTuber TeEnZiE entered the famous former boozer on Biggar Road and managed to share a glimpse of what the pub had become.

In a creepy video posted to the site, TeEnZiE took viewers on a tour of the building, showing debris strewn across the main seating areas, with ceiling tiles hanging down and wall fixtures smashed into pieces.

Furniture in the building was also broken and even the windows had been smashed in after years of being broken into and vandalised.

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But there were still remnants of the pub's heyday – a blackboard hanging above the bar still eerily detailed "Today's Specials", which, according to the board, were roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with all the trimmings & vegetables for just £6.85.

Beer jugs made of stone and glass were also left lying around, having not been collected when the pub shut its doors forever, as well as vintage pots and pans, and even a Sodastream.

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Taking a trip upstairs, TeEnZiE found abandoned toys such as model cars and boats lying around – and perhaps most scarily of all, a terrifying clown doll watching over the scene.

The video ended with one of the urban explorers holding up the toy clown, which then waved to the camera, horrifying viewers.

YouTuber TeEnZiE, who has amassed over 31.1K subscribers on YouTube, has ventured into dozens of abandoned buildings all over the UK and has even explored derelict spaces across the world, including in California.

You can watch the full exploration video here.

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