Hey welcome to my blog! I'm just a girl who is OBSESSED with abandoned/creepy places and decided to make a blog about them! I'm originally from New Jersey and I love the Weird NJ books and the mysterious creepy stories in my home state. Which also inspired me to start this blog. I do not take ANY credit for the pictures on here unless stated otherwise. I'd love to see your pictures and read your stories so please submit! Hope you enjoy :)
Fun Park Fyn, a small amusement park, was opened during the 1980’s. It offered mostly water slides and a few small motorized rides. Admission was relatively cheap due to the goal being to make it a family friendly park. Unfortunately in 2006, the park closed because the owner went bankrupt.
The park was bought by new investors in 2008 who planned to refurbish and reopen the park. Rumors were that Fun Park Fyn would re-open as a “Hans Christian Andersen Park”. The park sits abandoned and deteriorating to this day.
Dadipark Abandoned Amusement Park
Originally, Dadipark was built as a simple playground for children by a local pastor and eventually evolved into an independent theme park in 1980. The theme park was very successful for quite some time, entertaining a million guests during its peak year.
Unfortunately, things started to take a turn for the worse as the increasingly rundown rides became more dangerous. In 2000, a young boy lost his arm on the Nautic Jet ride (Entrance of ride pictured top right). Sadly in 2002, the park closed down for “renovations and the park was abandoned, never to reopen.
Seeker Stories is a new Discovery Digital Network dedicated to the spirit of adventure and the pursuit of wonder. Abandonment Issues in one web series, living on Seekernetwork.com and youtube.com/c/seekerstories.
In this episode, we explore the abandoned ruins of the Bayshore Train Yard in California. With help from San Francisco Train Inc, a historical preservation non-profit, we got access to walk around and fly our drone, covering its last remaining building from every angle.
I think the Creepy Abandoned Places audience would love this episode and series in general and would love for you to share it with them! Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to talk more!
A compilation of some of these little porcelain creeps and more
ROBERT THE HAUNTED DOLL
A doll where the original family caught it running from room to room and speaking to their little boy. The doll now resides in Fort East Martello Museum, where staff have creepy experiences with this doll. More information here
DOLL WITH 3 FACES
DOLL THAT AGED
When the family first bought this doll, it was brand new. They put it away in a chest and to their surprise when they took it out after a couple years, it looked withered down, as if it had turned into an old man. More information here
REBORN BABY DOLLS
Dolls made to look exactly like a real life baby. They feel and weigh like one too.
They have a toddler version
And a small child one
a doll designed for shaving?
REAL LIFE BARBIE
A women who dresses and attempts to look like a real life barbie. The effects are unsettling at times.
THE HAUNTED MANNEQUIN
La Pascualita, the corpse bride is a supposedly haunted mannequin. There have been plenty of creepy experiences with this one, but the most outstanding fact is the legend that she isn’t a mannequin at all, but the perfectly preserved corpse of the last owner’s daughter!
Artist Jon Beinart t thought this was a terrifying idea and he was right.
ISLAND OF DOLLS
This entire island is filled with discarded doll parts, inspired by a little girl who drowned near the island.
made by artist Shain Erin
MANDY THE HAUNTED DOLL
Mandy is a porcelain baby doll made in England or Germany between 1910 and 1920 and donated to the Quesnel Museum in British Columbia in 1991. Mandy’s donor had said she would hear crying in the middle of the night coming from the basement, and it wasn’t until after she gave Mandy away that the crying ceased.
Just recently made a post about this, but it’s where you can go and view a live stream of haunted dolls all gathered together in one house! Try and see if you find any suspicious activity. Here’s the post
You probably recognize this from the Conjuring. It’s based on a true story. A couple of girls noticed strange activity in the doll. They would come home and find it in a different place than where they put it. Soon notes began to appear from nowhere, saying “MISS ME” and “PLEASE HELP”.
Soon the doll’s activities began to be more sinister and mediums were called and confirmed it was a demon hosting the doll’s body.