The abandoned theater sits on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, serving as an eerie reminder of one man's unrealized dream.
Rusted, weathered and with plant life growing up through its base, the ship turned out to be a 110-year-old former vessel called the Circle Line, which took New York City tourists on sightseeing tours. But its history doesn't stop there...
While some relief for Southern California's dangerous dry spell may be on the way, devastation in the drought's wake still resembles a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
The unique sculptures were created by draping plaster-soaked burlap over live models, leaving behind ghostly figures that defy gravity by standing on their own.
The abandoned mining town featured in Richard Stanley's “Dust Devil” is also the subject of a surreal series of photographs depicting nature taking back what's hers.
If the events at Sochi aren't thrilling enough for your taste, how about visiting some of these creepy abandoned sites from previous Olympic games?
Deception Island, off the Antarctic Peninsula, was once home to military and scientific bases, and a harbor for whaling ships... until a volcano almost totally destroyed it.
These markers look like they were built for alien invaders with a poor sense of direction... but their real purpose goes back to a forgotten chapter in US history.
The Salton Sea in California's desert is a huge lake that shouldn't be, and kills any fish who dares live in it.
This abandoned mining village has a reputation for being one of California's most famous (and spooky) historic ghost towns. Find out why!