The House of Dirty Stories Part V

As the magazine which looked like an innocent commercial of the singer Danny turned out a lot more interesting than it first seemed, we started exploring the magazines in the house with a lot more detail.

We then found another commercial, which was solely focused on getting beautiful breasts and preserving them.

And here are the instruction on how to get better breasts. I mean, really. They blame the social media for destroying one’s self confidence, but the 1960’s and 1970’s don’t seem to be the least bit better. I wonder when we’re living on a decade, where people can look whatever they want without somebody making a fuss out of it.

This Ford ad is from the early 1990’s. They are actually advertising a model which has a catalysator. Amazing.

Like I’ve said a million times, I’ve always wanted to find myself in an abandoned house. Still no luck, but now I found the name of someone I’ve worked with for the first time.

This was also an interesting ad. It was by the largest city in the area and it was about a detail plan going on display. The detail plan was from an area where a large pulp mill had recently been demolished to make way for new apartments planned here. The pulp mill buildings were designed by the famous Alvar Aalto and many of them still remain. One of them might perhaps be featured in this blog later on.

We then left the house and entered the sauna and storage building next to it. There, in the pile of old backstage passes to festivals, I found another connection to my life. I know the person, who owned the company mentioned in the pass.

Strangely enough I also know one of the persons who resuscitated this festival in the 2000’s.

In the sauna were a lot of personal items including photographs and business cards. This one was from the late 1990’s to early 2000 and probably of one of the kids in the house. Getting a title like that required a higher education, so the people who grew up here seem to have fared well in life.

The same can’t be said about their childhood home, which unfortunately still decays in the woods.

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A Finnish Urban explorer & Photographer

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