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Land of Oz theme park at Emerald Mountain Properties and Vacation Rentals at Land of Oz

Land of Oz theme park at Emerald Mountain Properties and Vacation Rentals at Land of Oz

October 5th marks the 20th anniversary of a little-known festival that takes place at North Carolina’sabandoned Land of Oz amusement...

October 5th marks the 20th anniversary of a little-known festival that takes place at North Carolina’sabandoned Land of Oz amusement...

The 1835 Sweetwater Mansion in Florence, home of former Gov. Robert Patton, is shown when it was for sale in 2005. It is currently privately owned. A crew from the A&E show "Paranormal State" investigated reported hauntings at the home in 2011. (AL.com/File Photo)

7 most terrifying places in Alabama, as seen on TV

The 1835 Sweetwater Mansion in Florence, home of former Gov. Robert Patton, is shown when it was for sale in 2005. It is currently privately owned. A crew from the A&E show "Paranormal State" investigated reported hauntings at the home in 2011. (AL.com/File Photo)

Would love to be reading while swinging on this gorgeous porch!

Would love to be reading while swinging on this gorgeous porch!

The Land Of Oz theme park in North Carolina opened on June 15, 1970 by Debbie Reynolds, accompanied by her then little-known daughter, Carrie Fisher. In its first summer 400,000 visitors came to the Land of Oz. It closed ten years later.

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: eerie abandoned Land of Oz theme park hidden at top of a North Carolina mountain

The Land Of Oz theme park in North Carolina opened on June 15, 1970 by Debbie Reynolds, accompanied by her then little-known daughter, Carrie Fisher. In its first summer 400,000 visitors came to the Land of Oz. It closed ten years later.

Old, empty and peeling, this house would have been a mansion in it's day. It's surrounded by empty fields and has a majestic view of the mountain. Someone still keeps up the yard, but I think I'll be sad if anyone ever renovates it because it's so beautiful as it is.

Old, empty and peeling, this house would have been a mansion in it's day. It's surrounded by empty fields and has a majestic view of the mountain. Someone still keeps up the yard, but I think I'll be sad if anyone ever renovates it because it's so beautiful as it is.

Hudson House, Ashland, Alabama - not much is known about the house, though it is speculated that it was built some time in the early 1900's. Reported activity includes disembodied footfalls and voices, a dark figure that walks along the roof, the front door opening and closing on its own and physical contact (not violent).

Hudson House, Ashland, Alabama - not much is known about the house, though it is speculated that it was built some time in the early 1900's. Reported activity includes disembodied footfalls and voices, a dark figure that walks along the roof, the front door opening and closing on its own and physical contact (not violent).

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