Forgotten but not gone: Australia's creepiest abandoned buildings
A once thriving theatre filled with lights and music is now silent and dark, its velvet curtain rotting and the ornate ceiling covered in filth.
A department store where thousands of shoppers came to browse is now empty but for a few broken mannequins and motionless escalators.
Hundreds of prison cells plastered with posters, letters and graffiti seem lived in, yet the inmates are long gone and the building devoid of human life.
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, Australia’s abandoned buildings are fascinating; their history, the people that lived and worked within them and the secrets that remain forever hidden in the walls.
Here are nine of Australia’s creepiest abandoned buildings, all once thriving and important structures they are now frozen in the past, waiting to be claimed by nature or redeveloped and given new life.
Read more here: https://www.domain.com.au/living/forgotten-but-not-gone-australia8217s-creepiest-abandoned-buildings-20171031-gz9ppy/
Photo credit: Peter's Ice Cream Factory by Brett Patman