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Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places

What the hell happened here?

There is definitely something very creepy and scary about abandoned places. These are the places in our nightmares, places where you certainly wouldn’t want to find yourself alone.

Some of these neglected scenes are most likely to be seen in some horror movie, and it does make you wonder as to why some of these places were abandoned in the first place. Maybe something terrible happened here, maybe it was a financial situation or some kind of disaster?

Let’s start off with the most famous abandoned place there is…. Pripyat, Ukraine.

You may think you are looking at the set of ‘I am Legend’, but Pripyat was once a thriving new city which was abandoned nearly 30 years ago in 1986 when the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor Disaster happened. This is a great example of how nature reclaims the earth.

Pripyat, Ukraine

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Pripryat, Ukraine
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Pripyat, Ukraine
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Pripyat, Ukraine
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Pripyat, Ukraine
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Pripyat, Ukraine

 

El Hotel del Salto, Colombia

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
El Hotel del Salto, Colombia

Nara Dreamland, Japan

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Nara Dreamland, Japan
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Nara Dreamland, Japan

Mirny Diamond Mine, Eastern Siberia, Russia

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Mirny Diamond Mine, Russia

 

Gullivers Kingdom, Kawaguchi, Japan

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Guilliver’s Kingdom, Kawaguchi, Japan

 

Hashima Island, Japan

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Hashima Island, Japan
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Hashima Island, Japan
Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Hashima Island, Japan

 

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Hashima Island, Japan

Coal Plant, France

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Coal Plant, France

 

City of Craco, Italy

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Craco, Italy

House of the Bulgarian Communist Party, Mount Buzludzha, Bulgaria

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
House of the Bulgarian Communist Party

 

Abandoned Mill, Sorrento, Italy

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Abandoned Mill, Sorrento, Italy

Abandoned Train Depot, Czestochowa, Poland

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Abandoned Train Depot, Czestochowa, Poland

 

Wonderland Amusement Park, Beijing, China

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Wonderland Amusement Park – Beijing, China

 

Villa Epecuén, Buenos Aires

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Villa Epecuén, Buenos Aires

 

Spree Park, Berlin, Germany

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Spree Park, Berlin, Germany

 

Holland Island, USA

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay, USA

 

Abandoned Powerplant, Belgium

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Abandoned Powerplant, Belgium

 

Chambre du Commerce, Belgium

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Chambre du Commerce, Belgium

 

Red Sands Sea Forts, Sealand, United Kingdom

Some Rather Creepy Abandoned Places - Girly Design Blog
Red Sands Sea Forts, Sealand, United Kingdom

 

Abandoned Military Hospital, Beelitz, Germany

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Abandoned Military Hospital, Beelitz, Germany

Written by Jay

A caffeine based life form. Current Editor-in-Chief here at Joyenergizer.

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