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Holcomb Monuments

Lou Holcomb, aged 66, passed away on February 18, 2016, in Meridian's local hospital.

Movie' On Up

Once upon a time, there was a family named the Jefferson's. They were known throughout their small town for their kindness, generosity, and hard work. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson were dedicated parents who always put their children first, while also making time for their friends and neighbors.

The Ranch

The old ranch-style house had been abandoned for years, and it showed. The windows were shattered, the door hung off its hinges, and the yard was overgrown with weeds.

Stop & Shop

The ruins of the Stop & Shop on Highway 53 in Poplarville, Mississippi were once a thriving community hub.

Three Houses

As I drove through the quiet backroads of Mississippi, I came across three abandoned houses. The houses had a certain mystique that piqued my curiosity.

Alabama Junkyard

If you're planning on photographing a junkyard, using a drone might be the best way to capture unique and stunning shots, because there may be the presence of junkyard dogs.

Snuffy Smith's

Snuffy's got its name from a previous owner, Arthur Drake Smith, who dipped snuff. Snuffy Smith was a character in the cartoon "Barney Google and Snuffy Smith," and was a hillbilly-type with a floppy hat and a cane pole.

Korean War Vet

This home once belonged to a Korean War veteran. A small fire in the kitchen appeared to be the ruination of his home.


Columbia Training Institute closed down amidst terrible abuse allegations.

Mississippi Junkyard

An abandoned junkyard in rural Mississippi is a haunting and fascinating sight to behold. It's a place where time has stood still, with rusted-out cars and machinery slowly decaying in the elements.

Woodville Jail

No pics from inside this time. There's now a No Trespassing sign.

Prentiss Institute

Prentiss Institute, one of the oldest educational institutions for African Americans in the State of Mississippi, was established in Jefferson Davis County in 1907.


They are in the middle of a restoration project!

Rodney, Mississippi

Another trip to Rodney.

Back Woods

As you walk through the dense Mississippi woods, you come across a forgotten relic from a bygone era - an abandoned home that looks as though it has been frozen in time since the turn of the century. The wooden exterior of the house is weathered and aged, with missing boards revealing the skeletal framework beneath.


Someone did a nice photo shoot.

Old McComb Hospital

The original McComb City Hospital was a 2-story brick building constructed in 1911.


Peaches going to a museum.

Lykins Films

Documenting the abandoned & forgotten before it's gone.

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