An urban explorer has captured creepy footage which he claims was taken inside the abandoned former home of Tony Martin.
Mr Martin, a farmer from Norfolk, was convicted of murder in August 1999 after shooting 16-year-old burglar Fred Barras dead at his home.
His sentence was later reduced to manslaughter on grounds of diminished responsibility and he was released in 2003 after three years behind bars.
His former home and farm outbuildings, in Emneth Hungate, Norfolk, appear to have remained empty for many years with the 74-year-old now living at a different secret address.
YouTuber Abandoned World Explorer UK filmed the eerie house in June this year while on holiday with friends.
His creepy video gives a tour around the property showing the house covered in overgrown plants and grass.
The bathroom had piles of unidentified bones lying around it while an upstairs room had animal bones hanging from pieces of string on the ceiling and a pile of bones lying on the floor.
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The explorer said: “We spotted the house whilst on holiday and decided to explore it without realising whose house it was.
“The bones around the place made the house seem like it was something out of Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
“They were hung up like decorations and looking like a spider web.”
He added: “I don’t think I will be going back, I felt so intimidated and scared whist we were there.
“To me the most interesting thing I saw was the classic MK1 Range Rover in the garage and the hanging bones.
“I film abandoned places all the time and realised this one seemed a little odd.”