YouTuber Shiey is an urban explorer—armed with a head-mounted camera and a flashlight, he ventures into abandoned or unoccupied locations to explore the dark underbelly of city life most of us never even think about. It’s an exciting, dangerous, and mostly illegal hobby that has netted his channel over 87,000 subscribers.
The urban explorer, known as Shiey, was exploring an active factory in Russia. Watching him crouch through the old industrial doorways in first-person POV is like something straight of Fallout.
Then he came across a discrete metal gate
At this point, most of us would be thinking, yup, I’ll definitely get turned into a radioactive freak if I go through this door. But this guy thinks, oooh what a fun place to hang out!
He followed the winding network of tunnels to the bottom where he made an amazing find: a fully-stocked underground safe house.
The walls are covered with all kinds of infographics. Judging by the pictures of mushroom clouds, I’m guessing it’s a nifty how-to guide on surviving a nuclear apocalypse.
Crates full of AK-47 ammo and gas masks:
Shiey’s description reads:
Seemed abandoned, but it had electricity and ventilation, so…
While walking through the territory of a factory, located in the industrial area of the city, I noticed a weird concrete block with a metal gate on the side of it. I opened it and a latter [sic] climb later I was in a dark, small tunnel leading to an underground bomb shelter/safe house.