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Ten Most Terrifying Abandoned Places in Texas — Jason Weingart Photography

Texas is home to many fantasticly frightening places. If you're looking for a Halloween scare that also makes a great photo op, here are ten of my favorite abandoned places I have photographed during my time exploring the state.


This is on the second floor of the temple. To the left is the front of the temple. Unlike Ajanta, the Ellora caves were never lost. As such, the people have left their mark in them over the centuries. The holes in the floor were likely used as mortars, and the holes to the left and right at the base of the columns were likely used to tie up animals.

Plan 23757JD: First Or Second Floor Master Suite

Choose from a first or second floor master suite in this luxurious Shingle style house plan. The covered front porch wraps around the huge great room with its coffered ceiling and fireplace. There's an informal eating nook plus a formal dining room with tray ceiling and sliders out to the rear barbecue porch. In the kitchen, a giant island features an extra sink and gives you the ability to have more than one cook in the kitchen. Use the first floor bedroom 2 as your main master suite or use…


View Large On Black Stairs to the second floor of a small but interesting Armour meat-packing abandonment in downtown Texarkana, Texas. Night, mostly dark room, ambient sodium vapor light through window behind camera, LED flashlight & red-gelled strobe.

Beach House

After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy destroyed this beach house, the Lasley Brahaney design build team redesigned and custom built this new home. Our architect’s priority was to capture views of both the shore and the bay with a seashore cottage feel.

Rouen - House of the XV Century

Another example of gable end timber framing. A little more roughly cobbled together than the Tours house. Note the substantial corner posts on the first and second floor below, carved to support the cantilevered floor above. Regarding roof eaves and rakes: Note on the house to the left the depth of the eave, as well as the relationship of the dormer gables' fascia to the recessed arched timbers.