Previously: The City Hall Subway Station. Washington, DC isn’t a great city for urban exploration. Historically, there hasn’t been a lot of industry here that would lead to the kinds of spaces Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Second Life Of The Dupont Underground, Washington, DC (Photos)
Previously: Highland Towers, Malaysia. It might just be the most notorious address in America: 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, Long Island, New York. But it’s not notorious for just one story; oh Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: 112 Ocean Avenue, The DeFeo Murders, And The Amityville Horror
Previously: Hi I'm Mary Mary. On March 4, 2013, the YouTube channel RandomVideoCircus posted two short videos to its account. Called “Pennhurst Found Footage” and “Pennhurst Found Footage Part 2,” Continue Reading > about The Weird Part Of YouTube: The Pennhurst Found Footage Videos & Degrees Of Believability
Previously: Dogpatch USA. You’d never know it just looking at it, but the New York City subway system is full of secrets. Those tiny ledges jutting out from walls? They’re often indicative of old Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Fading Splendor Of New York’s Old City Hall Subway Station
Previously: The Seattle Underground. Starting around October, Malaysia’s northeast monsoon season arrives: For months, heavy rains fall regularly, letting up only somewhat once spring rolls around. Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: The Aftermath Of The Highland Towers Collapse, Malaysia
Previously: The Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter. (CW: Suicide, terrible things happening to animals, child abuse.) The Wikipedia page for Overtoun Bridge in Scotland begins innocuously enough. Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Overtoun Bridge & The Dogs Who Keep Jumping Off It
Hey gang, Just dropping you all a quick note to say that, after a lovely holiday, TGIMM will be back to our usual, twice-weekly programming next week. We're kicking things off with a look at some Continue Reading > about TGIMM Will Be Returning Next Week!
Previously: Centralia. For over 30 years, Dogpatch was a fictional town. The setting of Al Capp’s long-running comic strip Li’l Abner, it was the platonic ideal of a hick town full of hillbilly Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Skeletons Of Dogpatch USA, Arkansas’ Dead ‘Li’l Abner’ Theme Park (Photos)