Haunted Farmhouse



If you’ve been following along for a while, you might recall me posting shots of this abandoned farmhouse I’d stumbled upon up north of the city on my lunch hour one cold, dreary day in April (2011). When I returned weeks later to take more shots, the place was boarded up and I couldn’t get in. Last time I was by there, the house and any sign of its existence is gone. I remember I was by myself at the time when I went in there and I have to admit the place gave me the creeps. I never did muster up the courage to check out the basement. In the second shot here, that centre door leads downstairs to the cellar. I was worried that the stairs might collapse and I’d find myself stuck there with no one having a clue I was in the building. I’d simply have disappeared. Anyway, with Halloween fast approaching I thought I’d post a couple of shots of this long gone abode. Seems kinda fitting. All my shots were taken with my 11-16mm Tokina lens @ 11mm for a nice wide perspective. Hope you like them.

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4 Responses to Haunted Farmhouse

  1. Chloe says:

    i really like looking at these types of photos but i’m always scared to go on this style of adventure myself

    • Well, me too, actually. I found the farmhouse one day and came back with my camera a few days later. When the time came to venture into the house alone I started questioning whether this was a good idea. I mean, if it had been a movie the audience would have been yelling at the screen for me not to go in there. 🙂

  2. mypenandme says:

    Great shots. I enjoyed these.

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