Oheka changed hands several times, serving as a retreat for New York sanitation workers, and a government training school for Merchant Marine radio operators. In 1948, the Eastern Military Academy bought OHEKA, bulldozed the gardens, subdivided the rooms and painted over the walls. After the school went bankrupt 30 years later, OHEKA stood abandoned, except by vandals who set numerous fires over 5 years.
The Martin-Bullock-Ballowe House in Eufaula, Alabama. This home was built in 1879 in the Second Empire style by Mr. John O. Martin, one of Eufaula's earliest settlers. This house has been in and out of restoration for the past several years and is probably one of Eufaula's most endangered historic buildings. Barbour County, Alabama.
Lighthouse on Talacre Beach, North Wales The ‘Point of Ayr’ lighthouse has stood on Talacre Beach in Wales in various incarnations since 1776, watching over ships make the trek across Liverpool Bay from the Welsh town of Lllandudno. Abandoned since 1840.