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Another day has come and gone, another day she has spent in this hell! She thinks back to the day that she walked up the drive, only wanting to explore this beautiful old place, to make up stories in her mind of it’s history, the love that was shared here, the memories, but now looking back she should have took heed to the sign “NO TRESPASING” but there wasn’t anyone in sight..no other houses for miles, she wouldn’t be in there long…..Little did she know that she would never leave…still months later all she could remember was walking through the mess at the front door, watching her step making sure she didn’t fall ..grabbing the frame of the door to steady herself..then the creepy feeling of someone behind her..a hand over her mouth..from then on every thing is blank..she now sits on a mattress with only the moon lighting the room..darkness has over taken her world..evil has come into her life..and she knows it will return any minute, like he does every night…so once again as the darkness and night envelope her she escapes to her own little world..she escapes to her stories in her head..it’s the only way to endure her terror…there she is safe…

I always find myself going back to this house and as I grow with my photography and editing I find something new to do with it.

Taken in Pigeon Michigan
Nikon D90
18-200mm VR Lens

Tags

abandoned, house, home, decay, old, kim calvert, moody, dark, eerie, scary

Comments

  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertover 3 years ago

  • Angela  Burman
    Angela Burmanover 3 years ago

    I can understand why you keep going back Kim. It is so intriguing. The imagination can go bonkers LOL. Love what you have done to it. Full of mystery :)

  • Thank you Angela, this place is only a mile away, I have to go back, there is also a old barn silo there..no barn though

    – Kim Calvert

  • Wendy Brusca
    Wendy Bruscaover 3 years ago

    This feels like a warning for me to stay out of abandoned buildings, Kim! What a gorgeous image.

  • Thank you so much Wendy..this place just calls to me..

    – Kim Calvert

  • DebraLee Wiseberg
    DebraLee Wisebergover 3 years ago

    I can also understand why you keep going back! Great mood. Well done Ms. Kim!

    Debra

  • Thank you Ms. Debra.

    – Kim Calvert

  • Anita Inverarity
    Anita Inverarityover 3 years ago

    Great shot- full of intrique and underlying menace. I can see why you are pulled back to this house, its shivertastic xx

  • :) It has character that’s for sure..thank you so much Anita.

    – Kim Calvert

  • lucin
    lucinover 3 years ago

    Incredible delivery. Spot on. Scarey story.

  • Thank you so much Lucin, I haven’t written one of these stories in so long..

    – Kim Calvert

  • RickGeorge
    RickGeorgeover 3 years ago

    You have done a fine job of capturing the sadness and mood of this old structure…the stories it could tell…good one Kim

  • I know, and I always have one in my head whenever I stop here..Thank you Rick!

    – Kim Calvert

  • Barbara Ingersoll
    Barbara Ingersollover 3 years ago

    What a wonderful place to have to return to! At least until I read the story… lol!

  • LOL..Thank you Barbara, I watch to much TV..lol

    – Kim Calvert

  • Sandy Keeton
    Sandy Keetonover 3 years ago

    I love this Kim and your wonderful story too:)

  • Thank you so much Sandy, I haven’t written one of these stories in over a year..

    – Kim Calvert

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 3 years ago

    ooo Kim … love how you handled this shot … wow … very atmospheric!!!!!

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