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The Yos Ton - a.k.a. The Lost House  This near-mansion sized abode is tucked back in a thick forest in Westtown, Pa, covered by plants and vegetation to the point where it can barely be seen throughout most of the year. The gigantic house has been abandoned for 30 years or so, though it was once a lovely home, with a four car garage and a lake in the front yard that has flood lights and a dock. People have constantly said that the family who lived here was murdered, and th

The Yos Ton - a.k.a. The Lost House This near-mansion sized abode is tucked back in a thick forest in Westtown, Pa, covered by plants and vegetation to the point where it can barely be seen throughout most of the year. The gigantic house has been abandoned for 30 years or so, though it was once a lovely home, with a four car garage and a lake in the front yard that has flood lights and a dock. People have constantly said that the family who lived here was murdered, and th

Well not really a ghost town but close enough.  The bar was open and so was an ice cream parlor.  Wyoming.  Notice the painting on the Gambles building.

Well not really a ghost town but close enough. The bar was open and so was an ice cream parlor. Notice the painting on the Gambles building.

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Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

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Three desert giraffes stretch for a better view in the Namib desert. They survive on the scantest of resources and will fight to defend their territories if challenged

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Holland Island Maryland | Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, USA

15 of the World's Most Strange Abandoned Places - Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, USA - Who walked up these? A cool story is in there somewhere.

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Sunset over Bruges Church of Our Lady on the left, and St.

Abandoned Kolmanskop - Featured Photography on Blog Atlas Obscura

Featured Place: Kolmanskop, Namibia

Abandoned Kolmanskop - Featured Photography on Blog Atlas Obscura

An abandoned outdoor movie theater deep in the heart of Egypt's Sinai desert is the subject of a fascinating new series images by Estonian photographer Kaupo Kikkas, titled "End of the World Cinema". - See more at: http://www.junk-culture.com/2014/03/end-of-world-cinema-abandoned-movie.html#sthash.NO2itYYl.dpuf

Award-winning Estonian photographer Kaupo Kikkas came across a peculiar sight in the middle of the Sinai Desert in Egypt—an abandoned outdoor.

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