Welcome to the Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center. The center – built from 1907 to 1909 by architect Louis H. Asbury – was a juvenile correctional facility brought to life as a result of 20 years of organization by white women’s groups in North Carolina.
A section from my book, “Empty Spaces“ A once beautiful middle school now put to ruin. This 3 story, Continue reading
Exploring abandoned places was initially an interest because, simply put – they looked awesome. I mean, I was 16 years old – an abandoned barn covered in ivy seemed so cool to me to run around because it was creepy.