We've been to a lot of interesting and strange places while working on this site, most of which were notable only for what we saw. These abandoned storage units, on the other hand, were truly scary to wander through. It felt like a creepy movie; every door, every aisleway. This is what we saw that day.
|Rows of doors, hiding darkness behind them.|
|More open doors, with piles of debris pouring into the street.|
|Piles of clothes and other personal effects.|
|This Bible was sitting in an empty locker, showing evidence of water damage.|
|Garage sized locker, their doors missing already|
|The doors still carry signage and information about the facility.|
|More open doors, more dark places with blind spots.|
|We hopped into the car to circle around for a few final photos. The fence has already been trashed and taken away.|
|The main office, its metal siding having been removed.|
|Interior of same office. Little remains inside.|
|Remains of the gate and keypad area. These too were missing, of course.|
|A final departing shot. The empty field to the right was also leveled for the construction. Many more buildings will fall before the project is done.|
|Same unit, doors now locked.|
Another visit a week later confirmed that local authorities had locked down the complex. Most of doors were now zip-tied shut, a modest effort to keep people out. Regardless, we decided not to linger. This place is still too unsettling. It gives the impression of walking down a long hallway in the dark.
|Demolition. The storage units were wiped off the face of the map only a couple weeks after our initial photo set was taken.|
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