If you ever feel the need to visit an abandoned church in the dead of night, my first advice would be not to.
But you are a stubborn one, aren't you? So you are going to do it anyway.
Fine. Let me give you some advice to survive the night.
First of all, it's clear that if you are there, you are either a thrill seeker or trying to complete some mystical, creepy ritual. Or both. Either case, the keyword here is cautiousness.
If at any point you feel shivers begin running up and down your body, or get goosebumps, or worse still, feel someone staring at you from the shadows, get out.
I'm serious, whatever you are looking for there isn't worth your life.
Another word of caution: Don't enter the confessional.
Whatever is hiding in there is not a priest, and to be perfectly honest, it may not even be a human being.
If you feel the urge to confess all of a sudden, reevaluate your life choices and wait till the daytime. Also, visit an official church, and not one abandoned decades ago.
If you do step into the confessionary and begin speaking to the voice behind the grilled wall, don't believe a word he says.
He is a liar, a manipulator, and his intentions far from kind.
Now, there might be wine waiting for you at the altar. Drinking it would be a monumentally bad idea. It will taste divine, yes, but at what cost?
Don't forget to leave somewhere between midnight and dawn. Whatever is lurking there will be happy to keep you as their guest for far longer than you wish to stay unless you follow this rule.
The altar is the ideal place to kneel down and pray, but beware chatting with other penitents that might be asking the inevitably inverted cross for otherworldly favors.
They might be human, yes. Foolish enough to be there just like you... but they might be the same kind of creature that lurks inside the confessionary.
Finally, before you leave... I might have lied to you in these instructions. Only once.
It's up to you to figure out what advice you shouldn't follow.
Your life could very well depend on it.