In a small Alabama town, a family-owned funeral home has sat abandoned for decades. The former owners moved across town to a newer facility and never returned. Now boarded up and forgotten, the old building sits neglected and significantly deteriorated from a lack of maintenance.
Rainwater seeps in the from holes in the storm-damaged roof. The floors have even partially collapsed. A Cadillac hearse remains entombed in a garage on the property with dozens of old caskets and tombstones. Embalming chemicals and funeral pamphlets are just some of the items left behind. After years of neglect, this old building may not be around much longer.
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Oh my goodness, what a find!
I have previously published photos of the inside of this ” mound”.
They are SHAMEFUL !
This is not Memorial Mound.
Odd. I wonder why they would leave behind all the caskets and the hearse. Fascinating pictures once again.
My mom was a funeral director and I spent a lot of my youth in funeral homes. I can’t believe they would move to a new location and leave behind caskets. That’s a lot of money to let rot.
Where is this at. I live in Alabama never seen it before.
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