Category: Strange Places

Varosha: The abandoned  resort

Before the division of Cyprus in 1974, Varosha – a resort in Famagusta – was booming. The rich and famous were drawn by some of the best beaches on the island. Richard Burton and Brigitte Bardot all dropped by –…
Abandoned Queen Chateau Soapland, Japan

The abandoned Queen Chateau in Mito, two-hours northeast of Tokyo, The Queen Chateau soapland is situated on a hill in Mito’s otherwise-thriving red light district, a location that accentuates its multistory castle-inspired layout. If “Dracula” was remade by Vivid Video,…
Scary Legends  – Nam Koo Terrace

Legend has it that Nam Koo Terrace at 55 Ship Street was used by the Japanese military during WWII to house so-called “comfort women.” Since then, it has cemented itself as a place of paranormal interest thanks to accounts of…
Strange Places – The Ghost Tower

Back in the 1990s, Thailand’s economy was booming and the future was as bright as it had ever been. Things were going so well that developers were seeing tall office buildings everywhere and residential skyscrapers, a true show of the…
The strange abandoned strip club!

This “Swingers Tiki Palace,” as it was dubbed by one photographer, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, was built in 1972 by strip-club tycoon Billy Hull to be the ultimate party palace. The unique structure felt into decay after Hull was arrested for…