Most People Don't Know About This Abandoned Property In West Virginia
By Jasmine Vieau|Published December 28, 2022
Hello! I was born and raised in Toronto, lived in Miami for a decade, attended the Miami International University of Art & Design, and have resided in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, for the past 15+ years. I enjoy traveling all over the United States, Canada, and Europe - though I have a great appreciation and love for the southeastern parts of the US in particular. My past expertise lay in hospitality in the restaurant and retail world. Aside from writing, I now run an Airbnb in my home and sling vintage, so I'd like to think this all helps me with what it takes to find the best restaurants, lodging, and fun things to do and see in your state. I am an avid reader, love exploring the arts, and discovering the best hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Nice to meet you!
Whether it’s previously vibrant cities falling behind the times with dying industries or natural disasters plummeting buildings in their path, West Virginia has no shortage of ghost towns and abandoned buildings. One of the creepiest places is on this abandoned property in Exchange, West Virginia, which most people don’t even know exists.