Spooky looking Houses

Spooky or Haunted houses I love from all over the world!


Spooky looking Houses

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Abandoned house in the mountains

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SPOOKY ♥

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SPOOKY LOOKING!!!!!!....Iberville Parish, Louisiana. "Belle Grove. Vicinity of White Castle. Greek Revival mansion of 75 rooms. Ruinous condition. Built 1857 by John Andrews, who sold it to Stone Ware. Occupied by Ware family until circa 1913." The decaying portico of what was reputedly the largest plantation home in the South.

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Belle Grove: 1938 high-resolution photo

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All alone & looking spooky ♥

For the dancing and the dreaming — icelandpictures: One of my...

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Spooky

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Wyndclyffe Mansion in Rhinebeck, NY, has been abandoned for over half a century...Super cool & spooky looking

Historic Hudson Valley Castles, Mansions, Ruins, Estates, and Sites 2011

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abandoned hotel...Looks spooky ♥ I would stay a night or 2

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Love this one

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✮ Sunset Fire Behind an Abandoned House

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Spooky ♥

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Spooky one

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Haunted House on Millionaire's Row

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AWESOME ♥

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The Walter B. Palmer House, Ottawa, Illinois, completed around 1896. George F. Barber, architect.

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Love this ♥

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Faded glory by jimsawthat, via Flickr

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abandoned-lighthouse..Looks spooky

Abandoned Lighthouses 10. Fish Fluke Point | Michael John Grist

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Spooky

Осенний день в Кимрах

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I wanna live here

The Black Hat Society

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Love it

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Just one of many abandoned Russian villages, scattered across huge Russia. People simply leave for cities where they can earn more, and thousands of Russian wooden architecture masterpieces, sometimes more than 200 years old, stay by their own.

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looking through and into the roots by McMorr, via Flickr

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Grey Gardens

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Love it

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