The 10 Most Dangerous Places To Live In Ohio

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Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Ohio. The Browns are on this list.

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The 9 Strangest Abandoned Places In Ohio

The 9 Strangest Abandoned Places In Ohio Columbiana Maze Craze New Springfield Best Corn Mazes in Ohio The Haunted Farm Pleasantville The Maize at Little Darby Creek Irons Fruit Farm Lebanon Sweetapple Farm Market Vincent Ramseyer Farms Wooster The Butterfly House Corn Maze at Wheeler Farms Whitehouse Fleitz Pumpkin Farm Suter’s Produce Corn Maze Pandora Strangest Abandoned Places By State The 50 Strangest Abandoned Places By State Alaska S.S. Coldbrook Arizona The Airplane Graveyard Hawaii The Bus Swallowed Whole Montana – Nevada City Montana – Nevada City Nebraska – Devil’s Nest Ski Resort Oregon – The Mary D. Hume Shipwreck West Virginia – Lake Shawnee Amusement Park The Most Breathtaking Views in Colorado 9 of The Most Breathtaking Views in Colorado Steamboat Springs Garden of The Gods Shrine Ridge – Vail Vail Yankee Boy Basin Gateway Canyons Resort Breckenridge Mesa Verde National Park Estes Park Black Canyon 8 Strangest Abandoned Places In Kentucky The 8 Strangest Abandoned Places In Kentucky A Deserted Farmhouse – Near Carrolton Deserted Farmhouse Near Carrolton Below The Goatman’s Train Trestle – Pope Lick The Goatman’s Train Trestle – Pope Lick Pope Lick The Abandoned Coal Mines – Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky The Kentucky Lake Building – Kentucky Lake Kentucky Lake Hayswood Hospital – Maysville Maysville The Ghost Ship – Petersburg Petersburg Ouerbacker Mansion – Louisville Louisville The Old Taylor Distillery – Millville The Old Taylor Distillery Millville 9 Creepiest Haunted Places in Ohio The 8 Strangest Abandoned Places in Illinois Chanute Air Force Base – Rantoul Rantoul Abandoned Train Car – Danville Danville Ashland St. Caves – Chicago Chicago Caves – Chicago Abandoned Synagogue – Chicago Synagogue – Chicago Entire Streets – Cairo Cairo Joliet State Prison – Joliet Joliet State Prison – Joliet An Abandoned Train Line – Poseyville Abandoned Train Line – Poseyville Poseyville Vishnu Springs Remnants Music Hall – Cincinnati Cincinnati Victoria Theater – Dayton Dayton Gore Orphanage Ruins – Vermilion Vermilion Rider’s Inn – Painesville Painesville Mudhouse Mansion – Colfax Colfax Helltown – Boston Township Boston Township Crybaby Bridge – Kirtland Kirtland Franklin Castle – Cleveland Cleveland Ohio State Reformatory – Mansfield Mansfield Wyoming – The Smith Mansion Missouri – Abandoned Lebanon Railroad Maryland – The Enchanted Forest Indiana – The Palace Theater Idaho – Abandoned Bay Horse Florida – The Dome Houses of Cape Romano Puerto Rico The Bahamas Jamaica Guam Bermuda American Samoa Northern Mariana Islands The U.S. Virgin Islands Amazing 8 Amazing Places You Can Visit Without A Passport Talltanic, amazing, abandoned, places, nature, incredible, beautiful, creepy, grown, old, most, top, list, mysterious, facts, earth, strange, Pripyat, Chernobyl, disaster, radioactive, explosion, Fukushima, Japan, nuclear, tsunami, Shengshan Island, island, china, city, buildings, Chagos Islands, submarine, russian, town, plants, ivy, Kolmanskop, desert, sand, house, tourists, Tunnel Of Love, Nara Dreamland, Eastern State Penitentiary, desination, tourism, Unbelievably Beautiful Abandoned Places

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From spooky abandoned prison colonies to villages washed away by floods, here are the eeriest most abandoned ghost towns Subscribe to American Eye 6. Thurmond West Virginia Once a thriving center of Coal mining in West Virginia, Thurmond was a prosperous place of commerce and businesses along the Ohio Railway. It popped up in the 1880’s in the center of the state and consisted of popular hotels, casinos, banks, schools. It was a fairly well organized city with strict laws on drinking. In 1888 a rail station was built which allowed for tourism in the area and also to carry the coal out of the hills. The population reached a peak of 462 people 1930 but steady downfall would occur not too long after. A popular hotel was burnt to the ground which which had startled much of the population and would finally reach 0 in the year 2000. You can see the contrast between the cities built out in the west and out in the east during this time. There was much more technological advancements and the addition of coal to a city at this period of time would allow them to heat their homes. Surprisingly the city hasn’t received too many vandals and much of it’s past is preserved. 5. Glenrio, Texas This mysterious ghost town straddles the border of New Mexico and Texas and is found along the mainstreet of American, or route 66. Although the population never got to be more than a few dozen people, being located on the border of two different states posed some unique problems. Some mail would have to be delivered to the post office in one state, and then delivered to the post office in the other state before it could get distributed. Gasoline prices were different one side, and drinking laws even differed across the border. Various highways that were constructed made the traditional route 66 that ran through the town a little less necessary and the ones who did live here moved around. What’s left are some derelict buildings and gas stations, stuck in time. 4. Adak Island, Alaska Sometimes places become abandoned because they are so remote from the rest of the world. This island located at the eastern part of the Aleutian island chain was once home to Alaska’s southernmost town. It’s been home to both the native inuit people, the russians and also the americans. The harsh winds and cold temperatures certainly make living here a challenge. However due to it’s strategic location, after world war II, about 6000 American military men who saw previous combat were stationed here. Fresh food was hard to combine, very few women to comfort them and the soil was quite difficult to cultivate any crops on. This was about as close as the americans could get to russia so it was an important piece of land to fortify. Today, only 110 people have decided to stay here and US army buildings are now empty. The airport still remains in use but it’s certainly not an easy place to get to. 3. Sewell Chile Completely surrounded by the Chilean Andes mountains, this remote abandoned place is found at an altitude of over 6000 feet, making it quite difficult to access. It was founded in 1906 by the braden Copper company in order to extract copper ore from the mountains. By 1915, the town was well organized with the addition of a hospital, a fire department and a social club. Building were mostly made of timber and were displayed with bright colors like we see here. The large town grew up to 12,000 people in 1918 and at its peak in the 1960’s that number grew to 16,000 people. Also known as the city of staircases, it’s built on the side of a mountain which certainly made transportation by car a little bit tricky. It turned out that staircases were the best way for inhabitants to get around. In 1967 the decline began when the kennecott copper company lost ownership of the site and the Argentinian government sought to control the land. Plus most people were beginning to move to other locations where more copper was being found. The chilean government decided to keep the city as a ghost town and it’s now a unesco world heritage site. You can actually explore this place quite well on google maps. A lot of the buildings still look to be in good condition but you can tell no one’s living there. 2. Kayakoy, Turkey Also known as the Rock Village, this town was built in the 1700’s but was fled after the beginning of the Greco-Turkish War. Much violence swept over the town due to religious differences among the Greek Orthodox and the Anatolian Muslims of turkey. Many greeks suffered brutal treatment for their beliefs and their cries for help were silenced In 1923, it was decided that for peacekeeping reasons it needed to be abandoned. The village we see today, serves a museum and a historical monument. 1...

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