Memory Lane

According to locals, this old home may have been used as a boarding school in its early days. Any resemblance of a school is long gone as well as many of the antiques the house once held. Today, boxes of christmas decorations, old books, and clothes litter the house. A name tied to the property can be traced to the local cemetery, having passed away in the early 1980s. It appears the house has not been occupied since.

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Memory Lane

14 Replies to “Memory Lane”

    1. I love it, and would love to win the lottery or get some commissions coming in to see if I can buy anything! I would get The Ghost Busters and a Priest or A Medicine Man to help me do away with Negative Energy and Evil Spirits. DWB

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  1. It hurts my heart to see beautiful houses go in disrepair. I have always been fascinated by old houses and their history. I live in the south and have seen many. I wish I had the funds to restore them all! Love these pictures. Sometimes I spend my time riding and looking for old houses. I love learning about their history if I can. Thanks for the pictures and video.

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