Dan Dixon And The Fighters Explore The Abandoned Pink Floyd Mansion
In 2017, a United Kingdom-based group of explorers, adventurers, and creators of the YouTube channel “Exploring With Fighters” visited Pink Floyd member David Gilmour’s abandoned mansion. Gilmour joined the band in 1968 as a guitarist, not long before founding member Syd Barrett left the group. He was with Pink Floyd as they grew to become one of the most revered and best-selling bands and music history. After the departure of Roger Waters, Gilmour took the helm of the group and released three more albums until they disbanded. Now, we can take a look into his abandoned mansion which has remained essentially untouched.
It Was Untouched For The Most Part
Gilmour owned the house until 2007, where he then sold it to somebody who left it abandoned until today. While the Exploring with Fighters crew released their video of the mansion in September of 2017, they claimed that people had known about it since February of that year.
Surprisingly, the house remained essentially undamaged with the furniture still intact, as well as many of the decorations and art untouched. The door was even unlocked when the crew reached the premises. It was clear that whatever amount of people had visited the abandoned mansion prior showed the home respect.