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Haunting homes: Ohio's abandoned country houses – in pictures, in The Guardian, by Cleveland photographer Jonny Joo The unwelcoming garden of another former family home. Joo says: ‘I live 20 minutes from the city in one direction and 20 minutes or less from the country side in the other direction. There is lots of abandoned stuff throughout the city, and tons of abandoned and forgotten homes and towns through the countryside.’

Haunting homes: Ohio's abandoned country houses – in pictures, in The Guardian, by Cleveland photographer Jonny Joo The unwelcoming garden of another former family home. Joo says: ‘I live 20 minutes from the city in one direction and 20 minutes or less from the country side in the other direction. There is lots of abandoned stuff throughout the city, and tons of abandoned and forgotten homes and towns through the countryside.’

Franklin Castle Cleveland, USA (by Bob Trinnes) often referred to as the most haunted house in all of Ohio

Franklin Castle Cleveland, USA (by Bob Trinnes) often referred to as the most haunted house in all of Ohio

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | New Orleans, Louisiana

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | New Orleans, Louisiana

These 15 Terrifying Places in Pennsylvania Will Keep You Awake Tonight: Written by Christi Danner, from Allentown and currently lives and goes to school in Pittsburgh where she studies English Lit, writes, and sells coffee. She can be found on Twitter, @chriisti.

These 15 Terrifying Places in Pennsylvania Will Keep You Awake Tonight: Written by Christi Danner, from Allentown and currently lives and goes to school in Pittsburgh where she studies English Lit, writes, and sells coffee. She can be found on Twitter, @chriisti.

The stone house in the woods didn't seem so frightening on this her second visit, perhaps because she at least now knew upon which door it was safe to knock.

The stone house in the woods didn't seem so frightening on this her second visit, perhaps because she at least now knew upon which door it was safe to knock.