A TikToker who was exploring her home found either an innocent barbeque grill set or a cache of mysterious weapons in a briefcase under the oven. She dug further, and found sex toys and a mysterious list of names—and then shared it to the platform to let people judge for themselves.
The trio of videos was posted last month by TikToker @live_ex_dream, who lives in the United Kingdom. The first of the videos is by far the most viral, with over 660,000 views since it went live.
In that first one, the TikToker walks through finding the mysterious metal case under her oven, opening it up, revealing a mysterious pink metal rod and then some knives and skewers, which one commenter joked were the assortment of murder weapons from that person’s last game of Clue.
“I’ll just be Googling unsolved murders in my local area now,” the caption read, and in the comments, the TikToker decided to get gloves and a sheet to see if the video would make more sense.
Then, in part two, the TikToker does just that.
The video attempted to answer whether it really was just a grill set, but then it pondered questions about why it was sealed up in the first place, and just put the general veneer of creepiness out there.
“Didn’t Dexter have something similar?” asked one commenter, referring to the classic show about a serial killer working out of a seemingly normal home.
Then, in the third video, recorded the same day as the second, the TikToker moves to the bathroom, discovering what appears to be two sex toys—one troublingly, altered, as well as a whole list of what appeared to be usernames.
That gave one commenter something to ponder: “Listen I read into things too much but what if it was a murderer who, like, was a Craigslist killer and those are the user names of the ppl he murdered.”
Another wrote, “It’s like they thought, ‘What’s the weirdest shit we can leave behind?'”
In the comments to one of the videos, the TikToker revealed the police didn’t express interest in investigating it. “We called the non-emergency line,” the TikToker revealed, “but they said the previous owners weren’t involved with anything that would make it suspicious.”