The Abandoned Hyde Manor In Vermont Is One Of The Eeriest Places In America
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Did you know that Sudbury, Vermont is home to Hyde Manor, the former hotel that attracted guests from near and far during the late 1800s through the mid-1900s? Nowadays, this once-popular resort that could accommodate up to 250 guests is an abandoned property full of dilapidated buildings surrounded by trees that give off a mysterious vibe. Curious to know more? Join us for another installment of our abandoned places in VT, series. Read on to learn more about why Hyde Manor is considered one of the eeriest places in the country.
Hyde Manor is just one of many abandoned places in Vermont. If you’d like to learn about others, check out these eerie spots in Vermont. And, if you feel like being Indiana Jones for the day, take a look at these ruins in Vermont too.
Have you had the chance to visit Hyde Manor or any other abandoned places in VT? if so, feel free to share your eerie experience in the following comment section.
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Where can you find abandoned buildings in VT?
There are a number of abandoned places, buildings, and even entire towns in Vermont. Whether you love history, exploring, or are interested in any supernatural spirits that might linger, here are a few places to find abandoned buildings in VT:
- Strafford and Thetford, Vermont abandoned copper mine: The Elizabeth Copper Mine closed down in 1953, today, it looks like a beautiful landscape with intriguingly aquamarine waters. Don't be deceived, because they are extremely polluted and very unsafe.
- North Concord Air Force Station, East Mountain, VT: In the mid-1950s this radar base sprung up to defend the nation against nuclear missile attacks during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. It was abandoned in 1963.
- Hubbard Park Castle, Montpelier, VT: The construction of the tower at Hubbard Park started in 1915 but wasn't finished until 1930. It sits atop one of the highest points in Hubbard Park. You can still climb the stairs today and see for miles in every direction.
- Abandoned country store in St. Johnsbury, VT: You'll get an eerie glimpse of the past when you look at black and white photos of this decrepit general store, its sign dangling in the wind like a ghost desperately clinging to the last scraps of its existence. Unleaded gas station pumps stand as sentinels guarding the place against intruders.
If you really love exploring abandoned places, here is a list of 15 abandoned places and buildings in Vermont that are slowly being reclaimed by nature. One of which contains the haunting images of the abandoned store in Johnsbury, VT.