This Entire Neighborhood In Hawaii Was Mysteriously Abandoned And Nobody Knows Why
The United States of America is home to countless sites that have been abandoned — some for just a few years and others for centuries. The Hawaiian Islands are no exception. While some of these abandoned sites are abandoned for very clear reasons (like the decline of an industry or extreme storm damage, for example) we are left guessing as to why others were left to deteriorate and become one with nature.
It isn’t often, however, that entire neighborhoods are abandoned seemingly for no reason. But that’s exactly what happened to this neighborhood on an Oahu military base that was abandoned in the last decade, and while there are rumors as to why the neighborhood was abandoned, I can’t find actual documentation to support an specific claims — only internet comments.
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For a better look at this abandoned neighborhood, check out this video uploaded by YouTube user Some FairLife Milk:
With more than 10 years of experience as a professional writer, Megan holds a degree in Mass Media from her home state of Minnesota. After college, she chose to trade in her winter boots for slippahs and moved to the beautiful island of Oahu, where she has been living for more than five years. She lives on the west side but is constantly taking mini-road trips across the island and visits the neighboring islands whenever she can getaway. She loves hiking, snorkeling, locally-grown coffee, and finding the best acai bowl on Oahu.
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