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The 10 Creepiest Abandoned Spots We Want To Check Out



There is something truly incredible about an abandoned spot that ramps up our fear, excitement, and wonder all in one easy moment. These spots have been deserted for so long that Mother Nature has already begun taking back her territory, turning what was once a bustling business or building into something straight out of a twisted horror movie; with vines and bushes growing up through the concrete. You truly have to see these abandoned places to believe them. Here are ten of the creepiest abandoned spots we want to check out.

Six Flags, New Orleans

Six Flags, New Orleans, originally opened back in 2000 as Jazzland, but was purchased by Six Flags in 2002. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck, which sent the park reeling. The entire amusement location never reopened, and has since become a ghost town.

Danvers State Insane Asylum

The Danvers State Insane Asylum in Massachusetts is one of the oldest insane asylums in the country, and had numerous controversies surrounding it. They closed in 1992, and the building has not been in use since. Renovation has been stalled on it since 2007.