From the desolate streets of Detroit to the abandoned wasteland of Chernobyl, a fascinating look at abandoned photographs taken around the world!
The Story Of The Chernobyl Disaster And The Radioactive Ghost Town Of Pripyat It Left Behind
When a reactor overheated and human error compounded the damage, disaster had only just begun.
In The Wake Of Nuclear Disaster, Animals Are Thriving In The Red Forest Of Chernobyl
Radiation is not deterring wildlife from entering Chernobyl's exclusion zone. But what does it mean for the animal's well-being?
23 Eerie Photos Taken Inside Burj Al Babas, The Turkish Ghost Town Filled With Fairytale Castles
Hundreds of nearly-identical castles appear to be copied and pasted onto this Turkish hillside — but not a soul lives there.
Inside California’s “Slab City,” Where People Go To Live Way Off The Grid
It's far from glamorous, but an eclectic group of people call Slab City home.
Why Helltown, Ohio Actually Lives Up To Its Name
Welcome to Helltown, Ohio, the abandoned city in Cuyahoga Valley that fuels local urban legends about a chemical spill and murderous Satanists.
Willard Asylum Is One Of The Creepiest Places On Earth
Though it's been shuttered, Willard Asylum still stands as a creepy memorial to those who once walked its halls.
Inside City Hall Station, NYC’s Beautiful And Abandoned Subway Station
The station was the most opulent and beautiful that New York had to offer. It was also the most impractical.
The Horrifying History Of The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was supposed to be a place of peace and restoration, but it soon devolved into madness and destruction.
Inside Russia’s Closed Cities, The Soviet-Era Communities Built To Hide Their Nuclear Program
Explore Russia's closed cities that were founded by Stalin in the 1940s to house the Soviet Union's nuclear programs.
From Hot Spot To Ghost Town: 33 Photos Of California’s Abandoned Salton Sea
These photos reveal how the Salton Sea went from vacation to ghost town and now remains a forgotten piece of Americana.
The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Stretches 1,600 Miles And Won’t Be Safe For Humans For Another 20,000 Years
After the nuclear meltdown in 1986, some 350,000 people evacuated what is now known as Chernobyl's exclusion zone. Most residents have never returned.