I never saw the Blair Witch Project, but I would guess there is a house somewhere in the film that looks like this.
Purchasing abandoned houses is an enterprise that is fraught with challenges and pitfalls. This subject would require several blog posts to cover.
A witch’s house?
But tonight, I just want to have some fun. I decided to share some of my favorite photos of abandoned houses. Therefore, tonight’s post has no redeeming value, except for entertainment. These are some gratuitous photos of abandoned houses, and I wish I could take credit for shooting all of them. Call me crazy, but I see some aesthetic value in abandoned structures. They evoke feelings of curiosity, excite the imagination, and some even provoke a sense of the numinous. The Halloween season gives me the perfect excuse for posting these here.
Adams Family vacation home.
Don’t go into that room on the left!
Why did they have to leave?
Adams Family estate.
Wait a minute.. the house was vacant…
I think I hear something.
Not my listing!
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