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1930 Colonial Revival – (Children of the Corn) – 202 Brady St, Ramseur, NC This structure was originally the Old "Brady Funeral Home" it was moved and set up and was used in a film "Children of the Corn"

1930 Colonial Revival – (Children of the Corn) – 202 Brady St, Ramseur, NC This structure was originally the Old "Brady Funeral Home" it was moved and set up and was used in a film "Children of the Corn"

Funeral for a Home: Every year nearly 600 homes are demolished in the city of Philadelphia. In the impoverished neighborhood of Mantua, they had a funeral for a home that was demolished on 31 May 2014.

3711 Melon Street, Philadelphia, PA, Photo by Jeffrey Stockbridge, courtesy of Temple Contemporary.

abandoned funeral home in Delray Beach, Ca.

Abandoned Scobee Ireland Potter Funeral Home - Delray Beach,Fl( No One knows why it closed)

(Ohio) The building that became the Bell Nursing Home started out as the home of local Kimbolton merchant William Ledlie, a well-known and enterprising man who was responsible for a number of businesses in town during the middle nineteenth century. He lived in the home with his family until his sudden -- and mysterious -- death. The house was also used as a tannery for the time and in the 1940s, was converted into a funeral home. In the 1960s, a new owner converted it

(Ohio) The building that became the Bell Nursing Home started out as the home of local Kimbolton merchant William Ledlie, a well-known and enterprising man who was responsible for a number of businesses in town during the middle nineteenth century. He lived in the home with his family until his sudden -- and mysterious -- death. The house was also used as a tannery for the time and in the 1940s, was converted into a funeral home. In the 1960s, a new owner converted it

Hoffmann Schneider Funeral Home

Victorian Gothic, Victorian Homes, Funeral Homes, Historic Homes, Main Street, Macabre, Paranormal, West Coast, The Dead

Neil Publius Anderson House 1910s / Gause-Ware Funeral Home    1251 Pennsylvania Ave  Fort Worth TX  Demolished

Neil Publius Anderson House / Gause-Ware Funeral Home 1251 Pennsylvania Ave Fort Worth TX Demolished

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