Most Unbelievable And Haunting 10 Abandoned Places

Whether you believe in the paranormal or not, there will always be places that you, for whatever reason, want absolutely no part of. Maybe you feel a chill in the air whenever you walk by an abandoned warehouse downtown, or you thought you heard a weird sound in the old house down the street once years ago and have had no desire to go back since.

Whatever your reason might be, it’s legit, because what do you have to lose? Even if there aren’t vengeful ghosts and angry spirits roaming the halls of that vacated, run-down house at the end of the street, you can appreciate the fact there’s still no need to go poking around where you don’t belong but abandoned places always intrigued me, the stories behind them the cheers and laughter’s and the screams and cries of the past. So much history and so much memories to share. check out the pictures below and try to find the stories behind these empty walls and dead ceilings.

1. Kolmanskop, Namibia – Once A Diamond Hub, Now Another Victim To The Sands Of Time

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2. Pripyat, Ukraine – The Chernobyl Disaster Reduced Pripyat To A Radioactive Ghost Town

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3. House On Holland Island, U.S.A. – Erosion Of The Island’s Mud And Silt Coast Caused An Entire Colony To Vanish, Except For This House (It FInally Fell In 2010)

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4. Sunken Yacht, Antarctica – You Can Find The Shipwreck In Ardley Cove In Antarctica, A Single Brazilian Yacht Abandoned By A Film Crew Planning To Film A Documentary

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5. Abandoned Military Hospital In Beelitz, Germany – Originally Built For Hitler To Recover From A Leg Wound, This Was One Of Many Places Abandoned After The Soviet Advancement

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6. Underwater City In Shicheng, China – Forget Atlantis, Would You Believe That This Underwater City Is 1341 Years Old?

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7. Nara Dreamland, Japan – This Theme Park Was Operational For Over 40 Years Before It Finally Closed In 2006

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8. I.M. Cooling Tower, Belgium – What Was Once Used To Introduce And Cool Hot Water To The Structure Now Only Looks Like Where A Bond Villain Would Hang Out

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9. 102-Year-Old Floating Forest in Sydney, Australia – It Was First Part Of A Dismantling Yard And Then Has Kind Of Floated There Since The End Of WWII

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10. Michigan Central Station Detroit, U.S.A. – Closed In 1988, You Might Recognize It From 8 Mile; It’s Still Undecided What Is To Become Of It

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