Jamie Scanlon uses his paintbrush to turn decaying buildings and discarded objects into beautiful works of art.
Verdugo Hills was the final resting place for westward pioneers and war veterans until a natural disaster raised dozens of corpses from their graves... and that's just the beginning of this unsettling story.
Helltown is one of the most legendary areas of Ohio. Hundreds of legends surround the abandoned town, from ghosts to Satanic cults to chemical spills to mutants and more.
Once a popular family destination, Berlin's Spreepark has been empty since 2001... except for strange animal sounds heard in the night, and the mangled corpses of several life-size dinosaur statues.
This abandoned passenger liner is now very likely home to packs of diseased rats who feed on each other to survive... and it may be drifting toward the UK.
Chippewa Lake Park in Ohio is an abandoned amusement park with such love behind it that the former owner is allegedly buried on site.
Next on our tour of abandoned amusement parks is Joyland in Wichita, Kansas. First founded in 1933 to display a miniature train, then moved locations in 1949 to the place it still stands today. In the early 1970s, the Ottaway family sold the park to Stanley and Margaret Nelson, who added the majority of the rides that still stand today.
Prehistoric Forest closed down in 1999, and the left behind sculptures are now in various states of decay, which adds an unintentional level of sheer creepiness to the park.
After sailing for half a century under many names, the S.S. America met a tragic end in 1994, and today only a haunting fragment remains.