Abandoned Ghost Town Series Part Six

Welcome to part six, the series finale, of my abandoned ghost town series. If you missed part one, two, or three, four, and five, please go watch it first. This town / village was built in the very early 1900s. The town was built by a limestone quarry that was right next to it (no…

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Abandoned Ghost Town Series Part Five

Welcome to part five of my abandoned ghost town series. If you missed part one and two, please go watch it first. This town / village was built in the very early 1900s. The town was built by a limestone quarry that was right next to it (no longer there). The workers of the quarry…

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Abandoned Ghost Town Series Part Four

Welcome to part four of my abandoned ghost town series. If you missed part one and two, please go watch it first. This town / village was built in the very early 1900s. The town was built by a limestone quarry that was right next to it (no longer there). The workers of the quarry…

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Abandoned Ghost Town Series Part Three

Welcome to part three of my abandoned ghost town series. If you missed part one and two, please go watch it first. This town / village was built in the very early 1900s. The town was built by a limestone quarry that was right next to it (no longer there). The workers of the quarry…

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Abandoned Ghost Town Series Part Two

Welcome to part two of my abandoned ghost town series. This will be a really cool series and one of my favorites I have done. If you have not seen Part one, please watch that first before watching this. This town / village was built in the very early 1900s. The town was built by…

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Abandoned Ghost Town Series Part One

Welcome to part one of my abandoned ghost town series. This will be a really cool series and one of my favorites I have done. This town / village was built in the very early 1900s. The town was built by a limestone quarry that was right next to it (no longer there). The workers…

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Decaying Train Yard

Built: 1930s – 1970s Abandoned: Out of Service 2000s Location: US Status: Out of Service Reason: FRA Rules / No use Haunted: No Built in various year between 1930s-1970s these no longer in service locomotives and coaches are sitting and rotting away. Why they are sitting is unknown, but it is said that the locomotives were taken…

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Abandoned Doctor House

Built: Early 1900s Abandoned: Late 1990s Location: US Status: Vacant Reason: Institution Closed Haunted: Maybe Built in the early 1900s, this house resides on the same property of the Abandoned City House I posted a month ago. This house belongs to an institution down the road that is also closed. It was said that one of the…

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Abandoned Cricket House

Built: 1790 Abandoned: Late 1990s Location: US Status: Vacant Reason: Not sure Haunted: Maybe Built in 1790 according to the houses date stone, this historical farm house sits here abandoned looking for a new buyer. The land is for sale but zoned commercial use only. The sign does say that whomever buys the land must rehab the…

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Abandoned City House

Built: Early 1900s Abandoned: Late 1900s Location: US Status: Vacant but being fixed up Reason: Institution Closed Haunted: Yes EXPLORED with Permission from Owner.. Built in the early 1900s, this large house was part of an institution and was the home of the superintendent. When the institution closed in the late 1900s, this house was vacated as…

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Abandoned Animal House

Built: Late 1800s Abandoned: 2000s Location: US Status: Vacant Reason: Sold Haunted: Yes Another older home that resides on the Livingston Property. This is the third house that resides on an abandoned private road. Built in the late 1800s, this narrow farm house has been sitting vacant for many years. Just like the other house I was…

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Abandoned Livingston House

Built: Early 1800s Abandoned: 2000s Location: US Status: Vacant Reason: Sold Haunted: Yes I made a return trip back to the only place that gave me the creeps. My first trip was a failure as I chickened out half way through the place. Well I decided to go back and this time, I made it through the…

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