Photography & Stories of the Places Time Forgot
New Stories of Old Places
Down a quiet dirt road in south Georgia are two old homes that hold within their walls the story of a family that stretches back to 1800.
In 1807, a tragic death in North Carolina was the inspiration for the first American ballad about murder.
This impressive North Carolina house, built in the 1880s, is a local landmark that has been empty for many years.
Built in 1911 to replace an earlier building lost to fire, this school hasn’t been used since the 1950s.
The Walter House in Florida (c. 1895) sat empty for many years, attracting vandals and thieves, but one couple intends to write a new chapter for the old home.
The Hardee House was built in 1860 by one of the first settlers to this part of Florida. In recent years, its been relocated with hopes to restore it, but efforts have stalled.
This home was built in 1908 from a Sears Roebuck house kit.It was relocated in 1993 to save it but efforts to rehabilitate the home have been challenging.
The Smith Family home was converted into use as a battlefield hospital during the Civil War. Today, the house is for sale.
180+ years later, this historic chapel in South Carolina is no longer in use, and today, still looks much like it did when it was first built
This North Carolina farmhouse stood for more than 120 years before it was dismantled. Read its story here…
Built in 1852, this was originally used as a college dorm then a private home. See what it looked like over the years…
Built in 1902, this abandoned home holds the story of one woman who left quite an impact on her family and community.
Whitley Family House | Brandon County, MS | c. 1917 or 1919 Locals have driven by this home and lamented its deteriorated condition for more than 30 years. Like a sad sentinel, this local landmark holds the story of one Mississippi family who grew up within its walls. But it also holds the story of…
If you’ve ever seen an old house on a lifted foundation and wondered why it was built that way, here is your answer!
This 1907 funeral photo provides a fascinating glimpse into a somber scene. But the details that emerge in the photograph are fascinating!