It Doesn’t Get Much Creepier Than This Abandoned Prison Farm Hidden in Georgia
In the southeastern part of Atlanta, Georgia, there hides an abandoned prison farm with a storied history. The decaying buildings are a creepy collection of ruins adorned with graffiti that spans from dark and thought-provoking to absurd and silly. Originally named the Honor Farm, The Atlanta Prison Farm was once the site of a Civil War battle.
Trespassing on this property is illegal and heavily prosecuted, not to mention dangerous. A fire broke out in 2009 and the fire department decided to let the fire burn itself out. There has been some talk to turn it into a 500-acre park, however, the city and the county have yet to reach an agreement as to what to do with the site, if anything. We love sharing mysterious abandoned places. Be sure to check out these haunting places. We’ve also created a ghost town road trip to see all sorts of abandoned places in Georgia.
Address: 1420 Key Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30316, USA
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