Repairman Unearths Chilling Sight In Ice Cream Shop Basement That Sends Him Straight To The Cops
Ice cream shops are popular and whimsical locations. Who doesn’t treasure sneaking off to the nearest creamery and indulging in a scoop or two of their favorite flavor? Ice cream parlors are nostalgic places that can help even the most stressed-out adult take a deep breath and savor the simpler things in life.
But just because your local ice cream shop makes you feel like a kid doesn’t mean it’s as innocent as your childhood might have been. If you look beyond the freezers and the friendly attendants you might spot something dark lurking beneath the surface. When one ice cream shop in Austria needed a few pipes replaced, the secret they uncovered left them with a deeper chill than any of the icy treats on display could.
The day the pipes burst at Schleckeria, an ice cream shop in downtown Vienna, Austria, no one was surprised. When the shop opened 50 years earlier, it was run by a husband and wife who were happy to make their living selling sweets, but since then, the parlor had become a shadow of its former self.