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Fantastic image! It captures the beauty of abandoned places very well! <3

Fantastic image! It captures the beauty of abandoned places very well! <3

Suitcases Left Behind By Patients Who Lived & Died in this State Mental Hospital Are Studied to Determine What Happened to These Patients. Go to:  www.cindyknoke.com     for more info

Suitcases Left Behind By Patients Who Lived & Died in this State Mental Hospital Are Studied to Determine What Happened to These Patients. Go to: www.cindyknoke.com for more info

A small abandoned manor house in South Wales slowly being re-claimed by nature after its occupants left.

A small abandoned manor house in South Wales slowly being re-claimed by nature after its occupants left.

Abandoned Buildings by Matthias Haker

Abandoned Buildings by Matthias Haker

(someone is already writing the stories attached to these awesome pix).. ...and all of a sudden this chair fell thru my ceiling [btw~tehre is a girl watching us from behind the wallpaper in the right corner] abandoned

Dark attic in an abandoned asylum. I dunno, looks like a setup pic to me. It keeps making the rounds on pintrest but I think it's BS.

Dark attic in an abandoned asylum. I dunno, looks like a setup pic to me. It keeps making the rounds on pintrest but I think it's BS.

http://suitcaseexhibit.org/flashSite.html >>> Exhibit: When Willard Psychiatric Center in New York's Finger Lakes closed in 1995, workers discovered hundreds of suitcases in the attic of an abandoned building.  Many of them appeared untouched since their owners packed them decades earlier before entering the institution.    The suitcases and their contents bear witness to the rich, complex lives their owners lived prior to being committed to Willard.  They speak about aspirations…

http://suitcaseexhibit.org/flashSite.html >>> Exhibit: When Willard Psychiatric Center in New York's Finger Lakes closed in 1995, workers discovered hundreds of suitcases in the attic of an abandoned building. Many of them appeared untouched since their owners packed them decades earlier before entering the institution. The suitcases and their contents bear witness to the rich, complex lives their owners lived prior to being committed to Willard. They speak about aspirations…

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