A walk into a wonderful world of insanity.

24th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Out of the Coffin, Down on the Scene with 93,135 notes

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24th April 2014

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architectureofdoom:

Abandoned housing block, Halle-Neustadt. View this on the map

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Abandoned housing block, Halle-Neustadt. View this on the map

24th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Mama Nature Said with 14,694 notes

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24th April 2014

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Abandoned house, Pennsylvania.

Abandoned house, Pennsylvania.

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24th April 2014

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fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

Pictured here is the remains of one of the most mysterious abandoned locations in Monroe County, Tennessee—the Coker Creek Sanitarium. This enormous ruin sits on top of an isolated mountain some 4 miles above civilization in the small mountain community of Coker Creek.
According to what I’ve recently been told, this location was part of an extremely ambitious project that had been planned out by an eccentric local physician named William A. “Doc” Rogers sometime during the 1940s. Doc was well known for his projects, which often resulted in failure. His TB hospital was no exception. A Coker Creek woman recently messaged me and informed me that her parents actually helped Doc to build his hospital. She recalled as a young child walking through this building and seeing numerous hospital beds, wheelchairs, and other medical supplies. She spoke of seeing wheelchair ramps and even a nurse’s station, which lies in ruins a short distance away from the main hospital. There were even plans of building a major road that would’ve connected Coker Creek and Tellico Plains to the hospital. A helipad was also being built further up the mountain. For whatever reason, Doc suddenly abandoned his project and moved back to Tellico Plains during the 1950s, leaving behind the TB hospital that he had built. It burnt down sometime during the 1980s when an arsonist set fire to it.

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

Pictured here is the remains of one of the most mysterious abandoned locations in Monroe County, Tennessee—the Coker Creek Sanitarium. This enormous ruin sits on top of an isolated mountain some 4 miles above civilization in the small mountain community of Coker Creek.

According to what I’ve recently been told, this location was part of an extremely ambitious project that had been planned out by an eccentric local physician named William A. “Doc” Rogers sometime during the 1940s. Doc was well known for his projects, which often resulted in failure. His TB hospital was no exception. A Coker Creek woman recently messaged me and informed me that her parents actually helped Doc to build his hospital. She recalled as a young child walking through this building and seeing numerous hospital beds, wheelchairs, and other medical supplies. She spoke of seeing wheelchair ramps and even a nurse’s station, which lies in ruins a short distance away from the main hospital. There were even plans of building a major road that would’ve connected Coker Creek and Tellico Plains to the hospital. A helipad was also being built further up the mountain. For whatever reason, Doc suddenly abandoned his project and moved back to Tellico Plains during the 1950s, leaving behind the TB hospital that he had built. It burnt down sometime during the 1980s when an arsonist set fire to it.

24th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Please, sing this city back to sleep. with 36,490 notes

the-maddabber:

get it gurrrrl!!!!

the-maddabber:

get it gurrrrl!!!!

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24th April 2014

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qock:

Zóna Indusztriála lll by VNP galériák

qock:

Zóna Indusztriála lll by VNP galériák

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23rd April 2014

Photo reblogged from Out of the Coffin, Down on the Scene with 178 notes

westcoastavengers:

Death Dealer by Frank Frazetta

westcoastavengers:

Death Dealer by Frank Frazetta

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23rd April 2014

Photo reblogged from Out of the Coffin, Down on the Scene with 1,946 notes

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23rd April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Out of the Coffin, Down on the Scene with 274 notes

Get inside and lock your doors. Close your windows. There’s something in the fog.

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