In February we went on our biggest urbex trip yet. Within nine days of nonstop urban exploration… …we have explored several abandoned places in Germany, Luxembourg, France and Belgium. After we had seen huge industrial facilities… …and long tunnels in the underground… …it was about time to explore some more residential houses. Together with our local friend Luca from the youtube channel UrbexLuca… …we were looking for abandoned buildings in Luxembourg on day seven of our road trip. In the middle of the night we arrived at the last spot for the day. …an abandoned hotel which is said to be haunted. Hotel Beau Coin is a small hotel located in a quiet area. On this picture postcard you can see how it used to look back then. Today this place is anything but cozy. In fact: It’s an absolute mess! It looks like this place was rummaged through multiple times. Traces of vandalism are everywhere. On the main floor there were a bar… …and the restaurant. The latter was known for the fine cooking. Today this place is kind of flooded with water and decay is progressing very fast here. It’s the menu. Lights out! Okay… Oh, you have keys for the different dishes. Over here are the beverages. For example something with cherry… Fanta, Sprite, American Beer, … …champagne, Coca Cola, orange juice, … You can type the order right away. And here you have food and accompaniments. Banana split, pineapple cherry, … Steak, … …and here’s gratin too. Sweet. Over here are plates which are… …portioned. In the middle you put the steak. Sauce to the left and the right. …as well as peas and potatoes. On the upper floors there are the hotel rooms. This place was built in 1964. Probably in 2001 it was abandoned. You can find calendars with that year’s number everywhere here. Sick! There’s a huge crack in the wall… It is said that the hotel had switched owners for some times. The last owners were said to be Dutch. It was a couple that crossed some borders to start a new life here. But it seems like their efforts have failed. The hotel had to close its doors because there were barely any guests here. Before we entered this place we’ve heard some ghost stories… We’re not that kind of people who believe in that stuff… …but the atmosphere was really creepy and you don’t want to be alone here in the middle of the night. Shit, dude… – You just scared the crap out of us! Here’s a child’s shoe made of porcelain?! It is said that the former owners found a young girl in front of the house one day. She didn’t want to talk and the married couple didn’t want to urge her. She got food, they played with the little girl… And so months went by… It seemed like they would become a real family. Until… …she just disappeared one day. The wedded couple searched the hotel but didn’t find her. So they asked the old neighbor and described what she looked like. Deep in thought the neighbor said the couple should take a seat. He left the room… …and returned with a yellowed picture. The pair from the hotel couldn’t believe their eyes. It was Mary on the picture – their little girl! The old man said that the hotel used to be a farmhouse many years ago. One day there was a fire… The peasant couple escaped the flames. But little Mary died in the inferno… When you’re quiet in here, you can still hear her crying for help. And on some days… …you can even see her body. Wait… What was that? Nahhh, just kidding. Of course this whole story is just bullshit. Well, at least that’s our guess. The tale is part of a geocache and we even found a note that belongs to the treasure hunt. The only thing in the hotel that came close to be ghosty was on the attic. Sweet. – Cool. We just solved the mystery of the ghost. It was just a weird sounding saw. In the next episode we will spend the night in a massive sanatorium. No problem for us, we thought. After all we just survived a haunted hotel, we thought. Well, we completely underestimated the intensity of the following night. But see for yourselves in the next episode.