This Abandoned Radar Base In Vermont Is Dangerously Creepy

During the 1950s, the Cold War had the United States and the Soviet Union stockpiling firepower and the threat of a nuclear bomb being dropped was a terrifying concern across the nation. Amidst the paranoia, the government took precautions and established an early detection site in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. East Mountain, a sprawling and very remote ridgeline was chosen to become the site for the North Concord Air Force Station. The now abandoned radar base sits on top of the mountain a shell of its former self and since its closure has proved to be a dangerous place and the site of too much tragedy.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Did you know about all of the tragedy surrounding this abandoned radar base? This isn’t the only eerie spot in Vermont, check out this cemetery that is home to a grave with a window.