Unreachable Resting Place One of the saddest splores I have seen of late, an old lady slowly withered away downstairs on a makeshift bed surrounded by filth and buckets to catch the dripping water leaking in all around.Here is the room she could no longer get to.A former nurse and in the caring profession but it appeared no one cared for her.The still ticking clock next to the deathbed downstairs from this and the little watch on the nurse uniform eerily both had the same time on them.
In the small town of Ashland, Pennsylvania, Route 61 takes an unexplained detour; a “Keep Out” sign straddles the original highway. Ignore the warning and you'll arrive in the abandoned town of Centralia, where an underground mine fire has been burning since 1962 when residents accidentally ignited a vein of anthracite coal. Despite efforts stop the fire it still burns today and could burn for 250 years. Been here!
Haunted Lake Shanee Amusement Park - Princeton, West Virginia. It was initially opened in 1926, but closed in 1966 after the accidental deaths of a couple of kids. It was reopened in 1985 then again closed in 1988. Paranormal activity includes disembodied voices, Native American chanting, unexplained sounds and some of the long abandoned rides will move on their own. There is also said to be a full-bodied apparition of a man in one of the Ferris Wheel cars.
The other house that caught my attention is simply called, The Haunted Ohio Castle (otherwise known as Franklin Castle). Both of my parents are from Cleveland, as is the location of this historical yet creepy abode. According to the castle’s webpage, the last set plans for this house were back in 2004 which were basically to turn the house into a Bed and Breakfast for ghost hunters and enthusiasts. Apparently there are “many ghosts” that roam the castle’s interiors. Many of the castles…
The rooms shown here may be abandoned and decaying now, but once they were places where the insides of peoples' bodies were exposed. In the row of fridges above were trays of bodies waiting to go under the pathologist’s knife or stored there afterward –