Old woman who lived in shoe nursery rhyme ‘proved real’ as boot house found in UK woods

Urban explorers in the UK have discovered a house in the shape of a boot buried deep within some forests there.

The structure has similarities to the one described in the nursery rhyme about the old woman who lived in a shoe.
The minuscule property, which is covered in moss and appears to have been neglected for decades, as evidenced by the fact that leaves and vines have begun climbing the walls of the home to return it to its natural state.
The boot’s stone shape appears to have been fully preserved, however the roof of the boot is made of wood and looks like it’s seen better days.

Explorers who peered in through the window were able to see that a portion of the building had caved in, making it an unsafe place to live or even play in, according to the Abandoned UK Facebook page, which claims that a woman had lived inside the building in the 1950s.

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