satki amdk's house got a secret room behind his bookshelf~!!!

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In England in the past, secret rooms were quite common in old houses, mainly a priest room as it was called. Because once Catholicism was banned during Elizabeth I's reign and throughout the 17th century, Catholics were hunted and thus they had hiding places.
 

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In England in the past, secret rooms were quite common in old houses, mainly a priest room as it was called. Because once Catholicism was banned during Elizabeth I's reign and throughout the 17th century, Catholics were hunted and thus they had hiding places.
For molesting young nubile alterboys too.
 

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you can construct one in your HDB bomb shelter too.
 

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SG impossible to have la

have to submit blueprint to URA or something right?
confirm won't allow such rooms
 

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SG impossible to have la
have to submit blueprint to URA or something right?
confirm won't allow such rooms

Should be can lah. Just a normal room, then later add bookshelf to cover doorway.
 

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In England in the past, secret rooms were quite common in old houses, mainly a priest room as it was called. Because once Catholicism was banned during Elizabeth I's reign and throughout the 17th century, Catholics were hunted and thus they had hiding places.
No wonder.. they have the habit of bringing little boys into those secret rooms and abusing them
 

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no airway? will suffocate or not? what if trap from inside?
 
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