Earlier today, I posted a poll to ask what everyone would rather explore – between an abandoned hospital and an abandoned prison, the hospital took the winning place!
NOTE: I am NOT saying that all of these places are 100% safe to visit. Just legal.
For nearly 20 years now the hospital grounds have sat, quietly collecting decay, crumbling away behind streets that have now become forests.
The images you see below are those from a Victorian era mansion, eventually turned into a medical clinic so that the doctor could care for patients from his very own home.
NOTE: SCANNING THE QR CODE AT THE BOTTOM CORNERS OF IMAGES WILL BRING YOU TO A 360 DEGREE VIRTUAL REALITY VIEW OF EACH ROOM PICTURED. YOU CAN EITHER TILT AND TURN WHILE LOOKING AT YOUR PHONE TO VIEW ALL AROUND THE ROOM, OR USE A VR HEADSET TO BE ENTIRELY IMMERSED AS IF YOU WERE ACTUALLY THERE. EITHER SCAN FROM YOUR COMPUTER SCREEN, YOUR TABLET, OR A FRIEND’S PHONE.
This story will be available in two weeks – but Patreon contributors can have a sneak peak at the piece before its full completion.
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