‘Find The Bathtub’: Internet Users Turn This Crazy Louisville Home Realtor Listing Into Viral Game

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Well this is something you don’t see everyday. And when we say that, we mean both the crazy house that is listed and an actual game being made out of the listing walkthrough video.

An online tour of the 3,161-square-foot Okolona property at 8800 Blue Lick Road is going viral after TV writer Jenny Jaffe shared the link on Twitter, saying, “Uh. Found this in a Facebook group; the person who posted said ‘tour in 3D, try to find the bathtub’ …enjoy(?).”

The 3D tour quickly became a sensation as internet users challenged one another to find certain rooms within the crazy layout of the house.

One person even made a subreddit dedicated to “exploring and finding weirdness at Blue Lick Road” in “the year’s best survival horror game.”

The possibilities are endless — entering one room will bring you face-to-face with a wall of “Girls Gone Wild” DVDs, and that’s far from the strangest treasure in this building. Somewhere in the maze is a bathroom with two toilets positioned a few feet apart. Somewhere, a shelf holds a box labeled “perfect skin,” positioned above another labeled “Black Magic.”

The 3D walkthrough was removed from Redfin Tuesday evening, but the experience lives on by way of “speedruns” posted on YouTube by a variety of video game channels.

So what is this home actually used for?

“Church, School, Daycare, Home business this home has been it all,” is how the Redfin listing describes it.

“Two kitchens, a private living space and many more surprises. This is a must see. The pictures do not tell the full story.”

News reports from 2014 do pull up this address as a place that was raided and suspected to be a safehouse for organized crime. The raid turned up products that were stolen from Target and Krogers — then sold online.

So that explains the “home business” opportunity?

The listing was posted on Redfin in August, according to the site. Its list price is $375,000. The Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator values it at $101,830.

The link to the listing has been shared over 130,000 times on social media so far!

So…can you find the bathtub?