Haunting video footage has emerged online of abandoned Hook End studios in Oxfordshire, the former home of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour.
An ‘urban exploring couple’ uploaded footage to the Abandoned and Derelict Britain Facebook page last week, which reveals a gravestone in the basement of the house inscribed with a young boy’s epitaph dating back to 1909.
Gilmour bought the manor in 1980 from Alvin Lee of the blues band Ten Years After, and recorded some of Pink Floyd’s 1987 album A Momentary Lapse of Reason in a studio at the house.
The home was sold by record producer Trevor Horn in 2007 after his wife Jill Sinclair was struck by a stray pellet fired from her son Aaron’s air rifle in the 25-acre garden of the mansion.
Jamiroquai and Spandau Ballet also spent time at Hook End, recording albums there in 2009.
Watch the full video below…