The beauty of the most haunted and mysterious abandoned amusement parks on Earth
I know this sounds a little messed up but I think it would fascinating to photograph the after math effects that Hurricane Sandy caused.. The Boardwalk in New Jersey.. Rollercoaster partially submerged in the water.
The Notorious and Abandoned Action Park Amusement Park in Vernon, NJ... The remaining rides from Action Park, in Vernon, NJ, a successful water park in the 1980s until six fatalities and many lawsuits forced its closing.
The abandoned Tennessee State Penitentiary is probably the creepiest place in Nashville, but it makes for some impressive photos like this one from crashmattb. We couldn’t have picked a better place to shoot on a stormy day.
ABANDONED. BANNERMAN'S CASTLE is without a doubt the Hudson Valley's most renowned ruin. Bannerman's is the perfect ruin, right down to its location-- on Pollepel (or Polopel) Island, which is fabled for eerie happenings going back to the 1600's. The island is owned by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and is closed to the public. In recent years, limited public access has been allowed through the Bannerman's Castle...
The romantic designs with fairy tale towers shown here evoke images of long, long ago when little girls grew up to be princesses and lived happily ever after with their Prince Charming in a turreted castle.