Loitering in & around Moss Ponint & Pascagoula, I stumbled across this pier & magnificent Round Island Light House.
This once girl's reform school was closed due to the Finger of God.
When I discovered a label on Google Maps, I never thought this church was actually still there...
In rural Louisiana is a former family funeral home lost to fire.
This once school house has more recently been used as a haunted house.
This school is in pretty good shape considering it's age. No graffiti & hardly any vandalism.
Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church - Organized in 1895. The first church served as both a school & a church for this community.
A house sits in the Lousiana swamp just rotting away.All of the house's contents are in the attic.
In the year 1828, the Legislature of Mississippi granted a charter to the portion of Bethel Congregation worshipping in Rodney, Jefferson County, MS. Steps to erect the present brick church in Rodney were taken in 1829 with dedication on January 1, 1832.
The last patient was transferred out in 2014. Built in 1861 Bryce Hospital was an architectural model.
Former mausoleum in Alabama had 8 bodies left to decay inside at one time.
While wandering around downtown Merigold, Mississippi, I ran into Ben who was cleaning out the Gong Co. He let me in for a second to see the old grocery store still stocked with merchandise.
Mostly documenting the abandoned & forgotten before it's gone.