Monday, December 21, 2009

Abandoned Motel #3


Abandoned Motel #3, originally uploaded by fotodudenz.

THE MOTEL FROM HELL.........Would you tell us the story surrounding this motel? Does it have a glory days record? Interesting as can be, thus am surprised it is still standing. The authorities are usually anxious to rid an area of anything this interesting, though there are those who will differ in opinion. It is interesting as long as it is not on my street, right? Of course--who wants to live next door to a freak show....
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Abandoned Motel #3
More proof that I can hand-hold for 1 second.

Uploaded by fotodudenz on 31 Jul 09, 8.28PM PST.

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