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IN OMG! ON 08 Feb, 2015
Have you ever been to a place that was not inhabitated by anyone?
Here is a collection of places which got abandoned due to various reasons. They look ghostly and literally scared the shit out of me.
If you have a daring heart, make sure you visit these place at least once in a lifetime, at your own risk.
P.S - Do not forget to take someone along with you!
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This haunted looking floating forests are actually the remains of a large steamship called as the Hull of SS Airfield which got dismantled after World War II.
These weird looking houses were meant to serve as holiday homes for U.S Military Officers. Lost investments and other unfortunate events led to the closure of the construction site. Later, in 2010 the buildings were dismantled.
This train station got abandoned during the war in Abkhazia in 1992-93. The decayed station still holds its grace with the beautiful pillars and detailed plaster work.
This theater was built in 1912 in the Massachusetts, USA and got closed in 1959. Since then, the concerned authorities are trying their best to revive the building.
They were created near Thames and Mersey river to protect Britain from potential German air and naval raids. After being decommissioned for a while, the forests were occupied by pirate radio tenants and by the Principality of Sealand.
Rapid erosion of island's land and silt coast led to the reduction in the total area left for living on the Holland Island. This was the last standing house until 2010, after which the island collapsed completely.
This flying saucer-like building was the former headquarters of Bulgarian Communist Party from 1981 to 1991. There are plans to restore this alienated building soon.
Inspired by Disneyland, this amusement park got opened in 1961. In 2006, the park was shut down due to some constraints. It has now become an attractive place to explore among the urban explorers.
These small domed structures were built at Cape Romeo in 1981 as the summer home of the oil producer Bob Lee.
Located in the Valley of Mills in Sorento, Italy, this mill got abandoned in 1866, as the air became much more humid after the construction of Tasso square near the sea.
This beautiful station was built in 1913 as a major transportation hub. Planning oversights and mistakes led to its decline in 1988.
The sight has been used in a number of movies including the Eminem's 8 Mile film.
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