There are a lot of reasons why people abandoned such house or place. Maybe because of war, famine, calamity, crime, unbearable memories or it is haunted. No matter what the reasons are, every abandoned places have a story to tell. And as time passes by these places creates an eerie feeling or maybe fear once you’ve seen it. The silence and stillness of these places makes it even creeper, especially at night. For some people abandoned places are adventure but for some with a faint heart, it’s something to be scared of.
A very wet abandoned coal mine in Wales.
Room in an abandoned old-folks home, Ithaca, New York
The Once Magnificent Church and Graveyard in Ireland, now lies in ruins.
The Children were told to pack up important items as they expected to be back shortly but they never returned.
The abandoned French Penal Colony from 1852. Known as Devil’s Island.
Small Barn in valley of Canyon, West Virginia.
Brooklyn Army Terminal.
Abandoned Binghamton restaurant boat in Weehawken, NJ.
Chamber of Commerce, Belgium.
St. Bonaventure Church, Philadelphia, taken Dec. 7th.
Abandoned Church in England.
An abandoned mansion near a small town in northwestern Czech Republic.
A rather macabre dinning room, in an abandoned inn in the UK.
Abandoned school auditorium and bell tower in Iron River.
Mansion ruins in Lithuania.
Playin’ the blues in an abandoned mental institution- New Jersey.
Ruins of a Dutch medieval castle abandoned since 1418. “Dutch castle ruins on the Merwede river (city of Dordrecht), the castle was destroyed in 1418, later the ruins were flooded but they still stand to this day”
Letchworth Village Peeling Walls.
Bennett School For Girls.
Abadoned Porn great great grandparent’s house.
Sugar mill ruins in the jungle of Vieques Island.
AbadonedPorn Dad’s Old Farm House – Medicine Lake, Montana.
Abandoned World War II bunker, NH.
A forgotten Drive-In theater in Ponca City, Oklahoma.