Halloween may have been and gone, this year.
But, for those brave enough to visiting rural Belgium, every day has the potential be spooky – especially if they visit a particular property in the city of Liege.
There, a fearless photographer has captured images of an abandoned home, which looks frozen in time as if a modern-day mausoleum – complete with cobweb-covered trophies and discarded crucifixes.
Abandoned: Once-treasured trophies fill a spooky home in the city of Liege, Belgium, which was captured on film this month
Eerie: A person’s jacket appears to have been placed on a single bed – then never used again – in a haunting image
Now that’s scary! A crucifix coveredin cobwebs sits on a window ledge in a scene reminiscent from a horror film
Not likely to raise a smile: A discarded pair of dentures are left on a bedside table with a pair of spectacles
Other shots show a pantry packed full of pickled vegetables and tinned fish, dentures left on a bedside table and artwork depicting Jesus.
One snap shows a dining table laden with clutter – as if the former residents left in a panicked hurry.
The eerie photographs were taken using a Canon Eos 20D by Jane Veltmann, 32, from Laufen, Germany.
Speaking of he experience, she said: ‘I don’t know who the family were who lived here but I found some family pictures and pictures of children. I would say that the family were very religious because of the paintings, crosses and statues.
Signs of life: A dining room table is covered in various items (L), while a bedroom dressing table is packed with bed sheets
Insight: The eerie photographs were taken in Belgium by care assistant Jane Veltmann, 32, from Laufen, Germany
Death is all around: Plants which have long died remain atop a sideboard radio, which harks back to a bygone era
Overgrown: The external garden creeps up against the window, which is already obscured by years of spiders building webs
She added: ‘In one room, there was an oxygen bottle and lot of medication so I think the person who lived there must have been very sick.
‘My favourite thing about this house was the huge trophy collection and all the other details in the house, there was so much to discover.’
Spookily, while she didn’t encounter any visitations, she says she didn’t feel alone.
‘The spooky thing was that when I was at the ground floor, I heard footsteps and when I looked there was nobody there,’ she added.
‘I had the feeling that I wasn’t alone during the time I spent in the house. For many years I have suffered with depression but with the hobby of urban exploration, I found an important valve to deal with it.’
Retro: Old-fashioned wallpaper decorates a living room wall, which proudly displays a certificate of merit for a loved one
Collection: A number of dated ornaments line the soft furnishings – including a cherub-adorned vase
Froze in time: An alarm clock sits motionless under the presence of a broken lamp, covered in dust
Religious artifacts: Further adding to the eerie atmosphere, the property was scattered with paintings of Jesus Christ
Food for thought: Other shots show a pantry packed full of pickled vegetables and tinned fish
Times past: A portrait of a child sits alongside a vase filled with fake peacock feathers and a tin of confectionery