American Airbnb guest discovers bloody splatters all over his listing

A TikToker has shared a video that has social media users baffled, after drops of what looks like blood were found in his room.

This guest made a terrifying discovery after checking in for Girls’ Weekend.

The TikToker @emilyr0drigz posted a video that zooms in on an ominous lump in a bedroom with what appears to be blood splattered next to the bed.

Emily Holland, the original poster, took a spin on TikTok of their supposedly weird Airbnb in a video with over 400,000 views.

Holland wrote on the video, “I just checked into our Airbnb for a silly girls weekend,” and began showing the damage with murder-mystery-style music in the back.

Commenters were quick to respond to the suspicious surroundings, saying things like “Um, y’all need a place to stay? Blink twice if you need help.”

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Another user commented, “No, I’ll check bye.”

“Immediately no,” someone else said matter-of-factly.

Other people attempted to debunk the menacing appearance of the room and commented on the red mark splattered on the wall.

“Either there was a murder five minutes before you arrived or it’s red nail polish,” someone said.

Another person admitted: “OK quietly, I knocked a candle off a table in an Airbnb once after I put it out and the wax got all over the place. Maybe that’s it?

Another person even claimed to be an expert on the situation, commenting, “It’s not blood. Wrong color and patterns do not match blood behavior. You would feel it too. Yes, I am CSI.

Holland responded to a user who commented, “It’s not blood she posts just for views.”

The original poster then read, “Whatever it is…it’s still weird.” Just be nice.

Overall, many commenters requested a follow-up, both out of curiosity and out of concern for Holland’s well-being.

“Listen…we NEED a part 2 and you MUST call the police,” someone asked.

“And now I’m invested,” said another user.

The US Sun has contacted Emily Holland and Airbnb for comment.

Emily Holland did not immediately respond and Airbnb said they would need more information regarding her alleged stay to comment on this video.

This article originally appeared on The sun and has been republished with permission

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