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Sometimes Interesting appendix article count: 139

S-I Interesting articles Appendix
Palace Theater in Gary
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16 COMMENTS

  1. i wish you would post some more please 🙂 its really educational and entertaining to read this type of things

  2. Great site you’ve got here.. It’s hard to find high quality writing
    like yours nowadays. I really appreciate blogs like this!

  3. Just finished the last (first) story and already having withdrawals. I NEED more stuff! Excellent website! Thank you!

  4. Love this site, I stumbled upon it sometime last year. I live in Connecticut, which is the site of some interesting abandoned places. Fairfield Hills, the former mental hospital, comes to mind with its barred windows and blocked underground tunnels. Dudleytown in Cornwall is probably the best CT site, the remains of a very old settlement. Today, it’s considered to be one of the most “haunted” places in America. Holyland USA in waterbury is another. It’s a crumbling former biblical park. It is about to start undergoing renovations, though. Still, it’s a creepy, decaying walk through “biblical times” with an amazing view of the city. If you need new places, I would love to see an entry about them!

    I hope you keep finding new places to write about, it’s fascinating!

    • Thank you Christine, and thanks for recommending some places in Connecticut. I have unintentionally neglected the state and need to rectify that, so now I have some leads to work with. I’ll start looking in to these suggestions and see if we can’t get something from CT on the list. Thanks again! 🙂

  5. The Dyatlov Pass Incident brought me here and now I’ve been stuck here for two days reading through the remainder of your posts (though I’m not complaining!). Thank you for taking the time to enlighten us on these fascinating cases throughout the world.

    • Aw shucks, thanks. I’m flattered you spent that much time reading the blog! Thank you for taking the time to stop by and comment, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate when people take the time to do so. Thanks for reading. 🙂

    • Thank you Heather, I appreciate the kind words. I hope to bring more interesting articles out this year, recently I’ve been in talks with others to expand the site’s content. Soon! Cheers, thanks for the comment. 🙂

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