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Woman finds creepy drawing hidden in kitchen

By T.K. Randall
May 23, 2021 · Comment icon 24 comments



What do these symbols mean ? Image Credit: TikTok / anxiousweenie69
A woman who had been looking for her cat found a mysterious hole with a strange drawing hidden inside it.
Sometimes you never know what you are going to find, even inside your own home - as one woman recently found out after peering inside a hole in her kitchen that her kitten had crawled into.

In a new video, the woman - who goes by the name Angelica on TikTok - explained that she and her boyfriend had recently adopted a new kitten that turned out to be very good at hiding.

While searching for the elusive feline one day, they discovered a hole at the bottom of one of the kitchen units. Upon shining a torch inside, they found a strange hand-drawn note stuck to the wall.

Consisting of a series of lines and symbols, the note was later found to be covering a hole which seemingly lead to the wall behind the bathroom where parts of the bath's interior could be seen.
A piece of cardboard and an old 7-Eleven cup were found stuffed inside the crevice.

As things stand, no explanation for the peculiar symbols has been found.

You can check out a clip showing the note's location below.

@anxiousweenie69

help what does this mean?? is my apartment cursed #creepy #ghost #aliens #confused

♬ original sound - angelica


Source: Fox News | Comments (24)




Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #15 Posted by bookwormwen 2 years ago
I'd guess either a kid's drawing - no idea how it got there - or someone leaving an easter egg for future owners. For a more fun outlandish theory, my witchy brain also thought of sigils (though I realize that's highly unlikely).
Comment icon #16 Posted by theotherguy 2 years ago
My thought was actually a very young kid trying to draw insects. Yeah, none of the drawings have six legs, and only the bottom one might have wings, but your typically 3-4 year old isn't that concerned with accuracy in scientific detail.
Comment icon #17 Posted by moonman 2 years ago
All I can think of when I watch the video is what a waste of kitchen space it is to have that giant void under the counter. The only scary thing here is bad kitchen design.
Comment icon #18 Posted by ThereWeAreThen 2 years ago
I can hear a certain someones meter going off...
Comment icon #19 Posted by Nuclear Wessel 2 years ago
One of the drawings reminded me of a chrysalis or something.
Comment icon #20 Posted by docyabut2 2 years ago
Kids use to draw stick people, so this must bestickbugs:):(
Comment icon #21 Posted by Brandy333 2 years ago
Looks like someone's doodling while they were on the phone.
Comment icon #22 Posted by Golden Duck 2 years ago
It's a selection of various types of bridges to build.
Comment icon #23 Posted by HSlim 2 years ago
This is the kind of woman who gets creeped out by the sound of the HVAC kicking on
Comment icon #24 Posted by jeceris 2 years ago
Obviously, the previous owners kid drew it, it got put on the fridge with a magnetic watermelon slice. There was a draft in the kitchen, the father wasn't very handy, took the drawing and stuffed it in the hole to stop the draft, saying, "Finally something that kid made is useful." Working theory...


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