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The Ghost Town of Ellaville

George Franklin Drew The town of Ellaville was a once-thriving mill town founded in the 1860s by lumber magnate and Florida State Governor George F. Drew. George Franklin Drew was born on August 6...

Ormond Beach Mansion | Photo © 2020 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Ormond Beach Mansion

  Looking down at the courtyard from the second floor bedroom Located on the shores of the Atlantic in Ormond Beach, this four-bedroom and four-bathroom mansion has been owned by a wealthy physician...

Leeds Tunnel. Source: Flickr "jcw1967"

Ybor Tunnels

The Ybor City smuggling tunnels are perhaps one of the greatest urban legends in Tampa, miles of tunnels underneath the city are rumored to have been used during the prohibition era to move liquor...

Sears House | Photo © 2014 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Sears House

This house was the filming location for many Sears commercials starring Bob Vila, the company’s primary spokesman for its Craftsman brand of tools. Bob Vila is a home improvement host...

George Moody House | Photo © 2018 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

George Moody House

  George Moody, center in the white shirt, relaxes on a porch along with other businessmen in Bunnel, c. mid-1910s. Courtesy of the Flagler County Historical Society George Moody came to Florida from...

Lundy's Cave | Photo © 2017 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Lucky Lundy’s Cave

Flashlights illuminate the dark passages of Lundy’s Cave Lundy’s Cave was a show cave that was a byproduct of an attempt to search for money that was said to have been thrown into a...

Frontón Jai Alai | Photo © 2018 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Ruins of Cuba: Frontón Jai Alai

  Frontón Jai Alai “El Palacio de los Gritos”, 1904 Jai alai was brought over to Cuba in 1898 by the Basques, the indigenous people of the Basque Country in Spain. On May 7, 1901, the...

Lincoln Memorial Park | Photo © 2018 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Lincoln Memorial Park

Kelsey Leroy Pharr Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery in Miami is considered by many to be Florida’s most significant predominantly African-American cemetery. Its roots date back to 1914, when Kelsey...

Old Dixie Highway

Old Dixie Highway

In the small town of Espanola lies a 10-mile stretch of road known as Old Brick Road which was once part of the original Dixie Highway. The Dixie Highway was the brainchild of Carl G. Fisher of the...

Majesty Building | Photo © 2019 Bullet

Majesty Building

The Majesty Building as seen from across the I-4 highway The Majesty Building is an 18-story structure located off of Interstate 4 in Altamonte Springs. Claud Bowers, president, and CEO of the...

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Rochelle School

  Students and teachers at Martha Perry Institute, 1901. Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida. The community of Rochelle was originally known as Perry Junction, named after Governor Madison...

Salem Motel and General Store | Photo © 2019 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Salem Motel

  Salem Motel postcard, date unknown Between the towns of Perry and Cross City and along U.S. Route 19 is the small unincorporated community of Salem. The post office in Salem opened on April 16...

Moncrief Road Cemeteries | Photo © 2019 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Moncrief Road Cemeteries

  Abraham Lincoln Lewis, founder of the Afro-American Life Insurance Company Memorial Cemetery is located at the corner of Moncrief Road and Edgewood. It was established in 1909 by Leo Benedict, a...

Dr. Cole House | Photo © 2019 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Dr. Cole House

  Photograph of the Cole House, date unknown Located in Palatka, the Victorian Gothic home of Dr. Cole was built in 1885. During my research, I could only identify one person named Dr. Cole who was...

William Dunn Moseley House | Photo © 2019 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

William Dunn Moseley House

According to a Cultural Resource Survey conducted by Historic Property Associates in 1981, this home located in the city of Palatka was built in 1875 by Dr. Andrew J. Wood, at least that is what an...

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