It’s true, and it’s all because of you. Thank you, everyone who watches this site! It was in 2003 I started this site, and I can’t believe it’s been 10 whole years! I’ll have to do something special to celebrate, right? Ideas are being tossed around on the Unquiet Tomb Photography Facebook page, so feel free to head over there and give some suggestions! Speaking of the Facebook page, there is lots going on there. New photos are being added very frequently, so if you don’t have the Facebook liked, please do!
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That’s right, folks. I’ve got four new locations for you that I think you’ll like. First on the list, I added the Cathedral Of the Plastic Christ, which is a beautiful old church that was used as a shooting location for a well-known film back in the 1990′s. Also added, the Greenwood AKA Knights Of Pythias Cemetery. This mostly abandoned cemetery was by far one of the creepiest we’ve ever been to, so be sure to check that one out. I also added the Newark Street Jail and the legendary Jake Brown Road Abandoned Development, both of which I’m sure you’re quite familiar with.
As I’m sure I’ve mentioned, I’ve got about three to four years worth of content to add to this site, so I’ll be adding it gradually. I’ve even got some photos from when the site first began that I never had the chance to add, so maybe I’ll get around to adding some of those eventually as well. Some of the places are long gone, so it should be interesting!
Well hello there. Welcome to the brand new Unquiet Tomb site! You may notice that’s not quite done yet , as I have all of the old content to re-add, as well as some brand spankin’ new content to edit and add for now. I couldn’t wait any longer to launch the new site, so I figured there’s no harm in letting you look around while I add the rest of the old content. Many locations and features aren’t quite in place yet and some links may even be broken, so please be patient with me, okay? I’ll be adding all of the content from the old site first, and then I’ll slowly be adding new locations, stories, and pictures. As I said, it’s a lot of work.
You may also notice that the “Oddities” section seems to be lacking, and that may because I lost a lot of it in our multiple moves over the years. I may be mistaken, but I really thought we had more locations. Don’t worry, though–I’ll be going out and finding more to add. And hey, maybe you can even help with that. If you know of any strange, unusual, or just plain bizarre points of interest, email me with the information and you might even see it featured on the site eventually!