The South is known for its food, its music, and its culture. Something else it is known for is its history. Because the South includes some of the earliest settled states in our country, some of the facts we cover go back to the late 1700s.
A lot of our country’s history has been preserved or turned into museums, but sometimes these things get swept under the rug and are left abandoned for many, many years.
We couldn’t include every single abandoned place in the South on this list, so we tried to choose one from almost every southern state that really freaked us out.
Let’s take a look at the 13 freakiest abandoned places in The South below. As for why we chose exactly 13 locations, well, we’ll let you figure that one out on you’re own. 😏