TikTok urban explorers creep through paedo Jimmy Savile’s ‘sick’ abandoned lair

Haunting images showing the wreckage inside Jimmy Savile’s abandoned house of horrors have been revealed by ‘urban explorers’.

The lair once owned by the sex predator TV presenter is a shadow of its former self as wrecked rooms lie in ruin and are strewn with debris a decade on from his death.

The rare snapshot of eerie Allt-na-Reigh in Glencoe, Scottish highlands – where Savile hosted showbiz guests and royalty but is believed to have abused up to 20 people.

Tiktokers managed to get inside the rotting building which has holes in the walls and rubbish laid all over the floor, with the word 'pedo' scrawled across the outside of the building.

Despite the property being sold years ago to an unknown elderly couple for £212,000 – which was more than double the £100,000 asking price – it has been left to slowly decay.

Now, footage has emerged on TikTok of an urban explorer, under the username @adrenalinefueled, as they make their way through the white-painted property with has boarded-up windows.

Savile once posed proudly with his famous cigar as he looked out across the picturesque scenery from the window of his cosy living room.

Now the home is a dingy shell with scorch marks on the walls and shattered wood scattered around.

The once tidy blue kitchen is now covered in shattered glass and rubbish, with damaged units and a boarded-up window.

The hallway is covered in crumbled plaster and the side of the bathtub has been prised off in the bathroom.

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Big holes can be seen in some of the walls, as if they have been punched through.

Another room is barren and the floor is covered in building materials.

From one of the windows, viewers can see the same mountain that Savile looked out on in the earlier shown photograph.

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Savile reportedly lived in the remote property from 1998 until his death in 2011.

Reports say he once entertained Prince Charles over dinner at the cottage and it was featured in the notorious Louis Theroux documentary When Louis Met Jimmy.

He was also believed to have carried out some of his depraved abuse inside.

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Commenting on one of the clips, one viewer said: “I dread to think what went on in that place, sick sick man.”

Another added: “Can’t imagine the depravity that happened inside that home.”

The property was later sold for £210,000 – over double the asking price – to an unknown elderly couple who had plans to demolish it.

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