Ashley Davies was shocked to seek out the “sinister” house on the higher flooring of Grand Central Glasgow resort at this time.
She had requested workers to indicate her round and was warned there was one thing “creepy” upstairs.
Ashley requested to see however admitted she wasn’t ready for the razorblade partitions.
Taking a video of the room she shared it to followers on Twitter who had been additionally left shocked by the invention.
I’ve been exploring the derelict higher flooring of the flamboyant Grand Central Resort in Glasgow and got here throughout the “razor room”. The workers don’t know who did this or how lengthy it’s been like this. pic.twitter.com/sKwMvYd0H0
— Ashley Davies (@MsAshleyDavies) March 20, 2023
She mentioned: “I’ve been exploring the derelict higher flooring of the flamboyant Grand Central Resort in Glasgow and got here throughout the ‘razor room’.
“The workers don’t know who did this or how lengthy it’s been like this.”
Ashley instructed the Glasgow Occasions: “I requested the concierge if he may present me the unused higher flooring as a result of I’m nosy, and he warned me there was one thing fairly creepy there.
“I didn’t anticipate something fairly as sinister as this!”
It’s understood the room was a earlier artwork set up from 1999 which stays in an unused house of the favored resort.
It’s believed the undertaking was by NVA, a Glasgow charity that created public artwork in Glasgow for 26 years earlier than closing in 2018.
The Grand Central Resort refused to remark when contacted by the Glasgow Occasions.
The IHG Resort group has additionally been contacted for remark.