>Exploring woods one day
>6 miles from any form of civilization
And it seems someone already has
make sure no spooky cultist is following you from the distance op
Where are you, like country/state? In VA we have a few places like those, they're spots where old colonial/ante-bellum houses burned and were never reclaimed, only the brick fireplace(s) remained.
Maybe you'll find something spoopy around there.
OP's picture and claim of location >>16944537 remind me of the spot where the original Evil Dead was filmed. All that now stands is the brick chimney, same type of deal.
Welp, looks the adults are home.
Partys over kids.
Live in georgia and work in construction
I see those all the time
old wooden houses rot and tumble down over time, wood disintegrated into the ground but the chimney stays
pretty cool I guess
there's way too many abandoned houses here in the countryside...I've explored a few of them
mostly old mason jars and junk
never found anything cool
hey he's just a kid leave him alone lol
As >>16944505 said it really seems to be an old chimney. Pretty crazy that there is no foundation or old logs left around it though.
Well done on getting out and getting some media for /x/! Any other spooky things you know of around there?
sup GA fags, GA fag here.
seen a few of these before. you would think someone would have realized how long bricks last vs untreated wood and built the whole house out of bricks back then, but i assume that cost too much.
old school cement cap wells are awesome. as a kid i would get bored at my grandparents place and throw rocks in the well, see how long it took for them to hit the bottom.
pretty fucking long, fall in and you're fucked for real.