We Dare You To Take This Road Trip To Washington DC’s Most Abandoned Places

In a city that changes as much as Washington DC, there is no surprise that it has its fair share of abandoned buildings and places. While no one enjoys having abandoned eye sores on the streets, renovations and rehabilitations often become stalled due to budgets, zoning, or the inability for anyone to agree (sounds a lot like how the rest of Washington is run). If you are looking for a creepy way to spend a fall night in Washington, we dare you to take this road trip to Washington DC’s most abandoned places.

Click here for the map… if you dare.

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Would you take this road trip to Washington DC’s most abandoned places? If you are obsessed with the creepy side of the city, check out the 10 most haunted places in Washington DC.

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