The Abandoned DayCare. Pics i took today... That doesn't look abandoned. Notice the lack of water damage, the clean carpets and the lack of dust on things. However, it still could be. There was a Sylvan T Not as creepy in
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The Abandoned DayCare

Pics i took today.

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Submitted: 07/02/2013
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#6 - anonymous (07/02/2013) [+] (5 replies)
is it just me or does the exit sign look like it still has power?
#7 to #6 - gilfhunter (07/02/2013) [-]
they often run on their own power. It would be pointless to have signs pointing to the exit if they went out with the power
User avatar #44 - howunexpected (07/02/2013) [+] (5 replies)
That doesn't look abandoned.
Notice the lack of water damage, the clean carpets and the lack of dust on things.

However, it still could be.
There was a Sylvan Tutoring centre in my town that just closed one day. The people who worked there didn't even get notice and didn't get their last check. I went in there once because I used to go there and I wanted to see what had happened.
It was creepy. The lights in the bathrooms were still on (they were halogen, to they last forever).
One of the computers was still running a testing program, about 1/2 way through it, the PC had gone into sleep mode. The managers office was completely empty.
As it turns out, one of the students had been working on a chemistry experiment and the mixture he had made was unstable. They all left because the disaster cleanup people were supposed to clean it up. They never did and the manager just went in and got her stuff. She couldn't stay for long.
#71 - infinitereaper (07/02/2013) [-]
All I see is free stuff
#97 - coolioshades (07/02/2013) [+] (24 replies)
I was up at my cottage recently and went for a walk along the road. I noticed a steel shed buried in the bush and nearly toppled over. I was pretty intrigued so I walked into the forest to get a look inside. But as I walked deeper into the woods I realized, I was standing on a very old driveway that had become over grown. A few more feet into the bush and I found this. Classic horror movie house in the middle of nowhere, I have more pictures of when I went back at midnight if anyone's interested. But yeah, I love abandoned stuff too OP.
#74 - optimussum (07/02/2013) [+] (8 replies)
I would love to explore this place.

A couple of weeks back me and 2 other guys "broke" into an abandoned office building and just ****** round for a bit with office chairs and fire extinguishers.

About an hour and a half in we heard voices coming up the stairs and we all bricked it and got out of there as quickly and as quietly as possible.

**** was so ******* fun.
#73 - thefloppinater (07/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Story time, boys and girls.
Be around 13-14 years old, older cousins are visiting.
Notice an abandoned car dealership near my house, completely boarded up and locked down.
All 3 of us decide to break in, see whats inside.
Rip open one of the boards on the windows, climb in.
Not too creepy, so we go in farther.
Start to hear music.
Wtf? Building's been abandoned for a few years.
Follow sound of music upstairs.
Upstairs is just a large, open space, darker than a monkey's tit.
Go downstairs and decide to investigate further.
Come across sleeping bags on the ground.
"We should go, they might not like us in here."
"Relax, they're not gonna do anything."
Some crazy homeless ************ threw a beer bottle at us.
Fastest I've ever run in my life.
Outside, we're catching our breath.
Homeless guy sticks his head out the window that we went in.
"And stay out you little faggots!"
User avatar #91 - xcmxcmx (07/02/2013) [-]
this place looks like it was abandoned 15 minutes ago
User avatar #8 - silasersej ONLINE (07/02/2013) [+] (2 replies)
What's wrong with this daycare?
Seems normal to me
#18 to #8 - crossedgex **User deleted account** (07/02/2013) [-]
it was just abandoned like everybody just left
User avatar #5 - billybong (07/02/2013) [+] (21 replies)
It looks like an awesome place to smoke some weed.... Just sayin.

If you knew nobody would disturb you, could even be a cool place to take acid... but maybe not at night if it's creepy lol
User avatar #25 to #5 - dederplaol (07/02/2013) [-]
if you're some little fag who can't do it at home, then there is something called THE WOODS , people usually don't hang around in THE WOODS because we have houses now and pretty much everyone are caught up with either work, gym, computer or TV

Stop being so paranoid and just smoke anywhere, if someone sees you with a joint they just see it as a cigarette anyway
#81 - trollop (07/02/2013) [-]
Prepare to **** yourself.
User avatar #23 - dederplaol (07/02/2013) [+] (13 replies)
Why would you not like being in there when people can see..?
#27 to #23 - idkwhattonamethis (07/02/2013) [-]
it's abandoned why would you want anyone to catch you while you're in there o_O
User avatar #79 - tacobadger (07/02/2013) [-]
OP you wont loot it, no balls
#76 - embennett (07/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Any idea yet why it was abandoned yet OP?? I've been wondering since the last post you did about this place. Mostly because everything still looks to be untouched yet it seems... out of place. Especially for a place that was abandoned.
Like why are there still posters up? Might just be my imagination, but this place seems almost more creepy in the light
User avatar #132 - kidsquicker (07/03/2013) [-]
About six or seven years ago, my dad was doing part-time odd jobs with a co-worker from his normal job, to get a little extra cash. Mainly contractor type stuff, like painting, home repair, etc. Being summer, I had a lot of time on my hands. So my dad occasionally took me with him, and taught me some valuable skills in the process.
One of these jobs was at a rundown funeral home/ mortuary that hadn't been in use for several years. It had been purchased with the intent of being resold, so they needed to fix up the place a bit before putting it back on the market. I've always had a fairly morbid fascination with death, so I jumped at the opportunity to go there. But there was something off about the place.
Although it hadn't been in operation for years, the air inside had a cool feeling to it, like someone had been left the a/c on all day. Yet the cooling system wasn't in working order. Keep in mind, it was over 80 degrees outside at this time. The embalming room was set up as if they were preparing to dress up another cadaver, with chemicals and make up bottles set up, and the ceramic embalming table waiting in the middle of the room (still stained with blood). It even had draining tubes hooked up to the sink, as if they were expecting another "customer."
The garage was still filled with racks of musty clothing, to dress up any of the "less-fortunate" deceased that might have found themselves in the place. Even the hearse was still their, albeit a bit dustier and more rusted than it was when it was last driven.
If that wasn't creepy enough, the storage vaults (or whatever they're called) in the cellar seemed to reverberate nonexistent sounds, like the voices of the damned escaping through the mouth of a howling cave of some ancient folklore. Like a nightmare cherry on top of some horror cake, there was a sealed top floor where the funeral director used to reside, that not even my dad or his partner were allowed access too.
Just wanted to share.
User avatar #124 - alkerstay (07/03/2013) [-]
These posts are really interesting It's great that someone is posting really original content on Morbid Channel Good luck if you choose to go back
#120 - Welshhobo (07/03/2013) [+] (6 replies)
>Items still present
>Somewhat modern
>Not dilapidated

What you have stumbled upon is a building with probable asbestos and mold.

tl;dr: Enjoy your cancer faggot
#127 to #120 - Thevaultboy (07/03/2013) [-]
that foot has corn growing out of it
User avatar #89 - douthit (07/02/2013) [+] (3 replies)
WTF? I'm confused. Why is this funny?
#87 - whizslo (07/02/2013) [-]
Exploring old abandoned **** is always fun. There used to be a huge abandoned place near my house and we went exploring it when I was about 15 years old. It was abandoned for over 10 years and it was well known fact that junkies were going in there but oh well, we still gave it a try. Front doors were locked so we had to climb in through a small window on the back of the building. First thing we saw when we came in was about 5 injections lying on the ground and a belt, so I'm pretty sure it was something to do with heroin (don't know much about drugs). So we went on and found some more creepy stuff like bloody towels, more bloody injections etc.. After we've seen enough we went the hell out of there since we knew that stuff was probably contagious, aids or some **** , I don't know.
User avatar #43 - NatashaReinhart (07/02/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Looks like they're all upped and left pretty quickly. But am I the only one that's curious about the blue child's chair being at that angle on the rug...? There's just something that doesn't seem right about it.
User avatar #52 to #49 - NatashaReinhart (07/02/2013) [-]
Seriously, we need to find out the name of this place... Why would you just close up without reason? And whatever the reason there would be a published story behind it..
User avatar #20 - talkingmouth (07/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The EXIT light is still on
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