Abandoned mine town called Bodie that I also visited the summer before last. The town was apparently burnt down by a small boy playing with matches. We caught a ride in the back of a truck to get there and a police man actually drove us back.(im way too goody two shoes to have gotten in trouble they were just helping us) #bodie#photography#abandoned#abandonedplaces#abandonedtown#abandoned#art
Found this beauty in Kaunas, Lithuania. I almost got locked inside this building. Went inside through an opened door like it's my own and when I started going back after half an hour, I've heard locking sounds.
At that moment I had a choice. Not expose myself and risk being stuck in and abandoned building 1000km away from home. Or to run to the door, knock on it and risk having trouble with the police.
It's one of those split second decisions where your gut feeling knows what to do. There's a bit more to this story but this is not the place to tell it.
Swipe as you read to hear about 5 chilling ghost towns we guarantee you have never seen before!
5. Uranium City, Saskatchewan, Canada.
If your a brave Vaultdweller maybe on day venture up into the brutal North of Canada. Beware of Deathclaws this abandoned mining town, once prosperous in uranium-mining it now hails less than 70-200 people (depending on who you talk to). It had a population of 5,000 people in the 1980s. Now claimed by Raiders and Caesars' Legion it has become one Candada's eeriest Ghost Towns.
4. Dallol, Northern Ethiopia
The now-abandoned town of Dallol was once a busy site, mining potash, sylvite, and salt during various times throughout its history. When U.S. mining companies were conducting geological surveys in the early 1960s, they recorded the hottest average temperature for an inhabited location on Earth.
3. Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India
An estimated 1,800 people died in the cyclonic storm on 22 December including 115 passengers on board the Pamban-Dhanushkodi passenger train The entire town was marooned and the Government of Madras declared Dhanushkodi as Ghost town, unfit for living.
2. Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Several major commercial motion pictures have been filmed in Real including The Mexican (featuring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts), and some scenes of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (featuring Humphrey Bogart), and of Puerto Escondido. Real de Catorce is named for 14 Spanish soldiers killed here in an ambush by Chichimeca warriors.
1. Dudleytown, Connecticut, United States America
In the far reaches of northwestern Connecticut, in the shadows of the mountains and lost in the pages of time, rests the remains of a small village called Dudleytown. The homes of this once thriving community are long gone, but the land where the town once stood is far from empty. Amidst the forest and rocks are tales of ghosts, demons, unexplained mysteries, curses and a rich history that dates back to the very beginnings of America.
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