Horrified woman discovers ‘cameras and a two-way mirror’ hidden in the bathroom wall of her new home which was previously used by members of a drugs cartel
- Annabell Mickelson, 18, from Arizona, was horrified after moving into new house
- She claimed to discover ‘cameras and two-way mirror’ in the wall of the home
- Said reason certain it’s two-way mirror is because house was involved in cartel
- Many told how they were ‘creeped out’ by the family’s shocking findings
A woman has told of her horror after discovering ‘cameras and a two-way mirror’ hidden in the bathroom wall of her new home, which was previously used by members of a drugs cartel.
Annabell Mickelson, 18, who moved into the house in Arizona with her family, took to TikTok to explain how they first became suspicious when they realized that a mirror in their house would not come off the wall.
In the short clip, which she captioned ‘I’m a little scared!’ Annabell, her grandfather and her boyfriend can be seen investigating their new surroundings and cutting into the wall with an electric saw.
After removing a section of the wall, they discovered the back of the two-way mirror, as well as a space containing cabinets and some wires that they believe were used for secret cameras.
Annabell Mickelson, 18, from Arizona, has told of her horror after discovering ‘cameras and a two-way mirror’ (pictured) hidden in the bathroom wall of her new home
Annabell and her family can be seen cutting into the wall, before unveiling some old cabinets (pictured), a two-way mirror, along with some wires they believe were used for secret cameras
She took to TikTok to film her investigation and explained: ‘We found all the cords to the cameras around our house’
In the video, Annabell can be seen scratching at the back of the mirror with a razor to reveal a coat of paint, which she says serves as proof of her discovery.
She added: ‘We were right! It was a two-way mirror! We messed up the mirror but oh well.’
The clip has since received over 121, 000 likes and thousands of comments from social media users.
‘I’m creeped out now. I have a mirror like that and our landlord told us that we can’t take it down,’ wrote one, while a second joked: ‘Just burn the house down and start again.’
A third added: ‘Well then…that was a creative house!’
However, others were less convinced by Annabell’s discovery – and had their own suggestions behind her findings.
‘They had a TV there and cords hidden in the wall,’ wrote one, while a second penned: ‘That’s not a two-way mirror. Why are people always searching for drama these days?’
A third commented on the paint that Annabell scratched off the back of the mirror, claiming that all mirrors have a dark layer to make them more reflective.
The family decided to investigate the matter for themselves (pictured)
Annabell (pictured) also claimed there could be up to $25,000 hidden in their garden as someone recently came looking for the money
Taking to the comments section, one person wrote: ‘I’m creeped out now. I have a mirror like that and our landlord told us that we can’t take it down’
‘All mirrors are painted, that’s what makes them reflective,’ the person wrote.
Another added: ‘It’s one-way glass and you would put a TV behind and it shows through the mirror so you can watch TV in the bathroom.’
But in a follow-up video, Annabell added that the family is certain that it was a two-way mirror because they know for certain that the house they now live in was once used by ‘a drug lord’.
‘The reason we are certain it’s a two-way mirror is because this was a house that was [involved] in the cartel, I guess you could say,’ she said.
‘It was a drug lord’s house, I guess.’
She went on to say that the previous owner was renowned for having ‘parties all the time’ and that there were cameras ‘all around the house’ that led into the back gates so they could let people in.
‘The neighbors have told us this as one of them used to party with this dude and he knew everything about him,’ she added.
Others were less convinced by Annabell’s discovery – and had their own suggestions behind her findings