Abandoned Houses

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Abandoned Houses


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    VilaWolf

    Hey, innin that last one the Chucky house?

    audsmaud

    This is amazing and sad to me, I want to take them and love them all.

    seentheidiotwalk

    I kinda thought the same. I always imagine wonderful things going on in houses like that when they were in their prime. Like grand parties or families sitting around and enjoying each others’ company after an amazing dinner.

    Tardex

    You forgot to mention incredibly dilapidated.

    Dreth

    I sense a pattern. Or maybe houses in the US all look alike?

    Fish

    Real shame, what a waste.

    ian_the_mic

    HAHA! Those idiots built there houses without windows!

    Sticky

    Oh, what the magic of a caring molotov could do to these houses…

    Gouki4u

    The sad thing is all of these houses were really nice at one point. If a double wide trailer is abandoned nothing of value is lost, but these falling down is a terrible shame.

    nyoki

    Fixer-upper…cheap?

    HoChunk

    There’s a house on my block That’s abandoned and cold Folks moved out of it a Long time ago And they took all their things And they never came back Looks like it’s haunted With the windows all cracked And everyone calls it The house, the house where Nobody lives Once it held laughter Once it held dreams Did they throw it away Did they know what it means Did someone’s heart break Or did someone do somebody wrong? Well the paint was all cracked It was peeled off of the wood Papers were stacked on the porch Where I… Read more »

    MrElzebub

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    bluebec

    I’m constantly staggered by the amount of abandoned real estate in the US. This tends not to happen in Australia, there is more demand for housing than there is supply.