Woman discovers mysterious red splatters and stains on Airbnb
‘Sis get OUT’: Woman horrifies TikTok after revealing she found red blood-like splatters, mysterious stains and a cracked wall in an Airbnb she booked for a ‘dumb girls’ weekend ‘
- Emily Holland, 30, from Texas, walked around one of the bedrooms in a TikTok video to show the bump on the wall and the red stains near the bed and carpet
- She explained in the on-screen text that they just checked into their Airbnb
- Holland added some weird sounds to the footage to make it even scarier, and someone can be heard shouting, “Oh my God!” background
- The video has been viewed over 592,000 times and some commenters admitted the red splatter would be too much for them to handle.
- However, Holland never specified what the stains on the wall were.
- Many viewers insisted the splatter was too shiny to be dried blood, including a few people who claimed to be experts, saying it was probably paint or nail polish.
A woman has revealed her daughters’ getaway took a horrific turn after discovering what appeared to be blood splattered on the walls of their Airbnb rental.
Emily Holland, 30, from Texas, walked around one of the bedrooms in a ICT Tac video over the weekend to show the dent on the wall and the red stains near the bed running down to the carpet.
“I just checked into our airBnB for a silly girls weekend,” she wrote in the on-screen text, without giving any further information about the alleged rental property.
Emily Holland, 30, from Texas, revealed in a TikTok video that there were red splatters on the walls of her Airbnb rental that appeared to be blood
She explained in the onscreen text that she and her friends had just checked into their Airbnb for a girls’ getaway and saw the stains on the bedroom walls and carpet.
Holland (pictured) never said what they thought were the stains on the wall, but added strange sounds to the images to make them even scarier
Holland added some weird sounds to the footage to make it even scarier, and someone can be heard shouting, “Oh my God!” background.
In just a few days, the video has been viewed over 592,000 times, and some commenters admitted that the red splatter would be too much for them to handle.
“What the blood,” one person wrote, while another added, “No I’ll check bye.”
“Immediately no,” someone else shared.
Holland never specified what the stains on the wall were, and many viewers insisted the splatters were too bright to be dried blood, including a few people who claimed to be experts.
Holland tilted the camera behind the bed to show there was more splatter on the carpet
There was also a bump on the wall that she zoomed in on
‘It’s not blood. Wrong color, and patterns do not match blood behavior. You would feel it too,” one TikTok user shared. “Yes, I’m a CSI.”
“Coming from blood splatter technology that isn’t blood lol,” someone else insisted. “The knocked-down bosses don’t make sense. Directionality too weak and random. It looks staged.
‘Put some peroxide on it. If it’s bubbling, it’s blood,” another suggested.
Others shared their thoughts on what could have caused the stains on the wall, suggesting everything from nail polish to candle wax.
A number of viewers were desperate to find out what happened after the discovery and asked for a follow-up video, but Holland has yet to post one.
Many viewers insisted the splatter was too shiny to be dried blood, including a few people who claimed to be experts, saying it was probably paint or nail polish.
Airbnb rebooking and refund policy states that “travel issues” must be reported no later than 72 hours after they are discovered. If the issue is determined to have disrupted the stay, the rental company will issue a full or partial refund.
“The amount refunded depends on the severity of the travel issue, the impact on the guest, the part of the stay affected and whether the guest leaves the accommodation,” according to the website.
Airbnb can also help the customer “find a comparable or better listing” if they decide to leave the listing due to the reported issue.
Travel issues include accommodations that are “not habitable at the time of check-in” because “they are not reasonably clean and hygienic” or “they present a risk to safety or health”.
It’s unclear whether Holland and her friend contacted Airbnb or ended up leaving the property.
DailyMail.com has contacted Airbnb for comment.