Abandoned Amusement Park Enjoyment | Asylum Green

New Orleans has become one of my favorite places to visit since the unfortunate hurricane Katrina destroyed a huge amount of the city. (Okay, that’s a little dark, let me back track…I was 15 when Katrina hit, and my parents weren’t keen on traveling when I was a kid.) Streets lined with abandoned buildings and…

Clarity From A Cloud Of Sulfur | Asylum Green

There are an infinite number of things that individuals do when they are seeking clarity. Some golf, some go for a run, others paint, play music, or a personal favorite, head out to the middle of nowhere. There are an infinite number of things to do in the middle of nowhere, if you’re creative enough….

A Sour Taste of Camp Spat | Asylum Green

As the final leafs fell from the trees last fall, I ventured into a once popular area of the Catskills, in New York. The air was crisp, cold in the mornings and refreshing in the evenings. Scattered throughout the Catskills were hundreds of abandoned hotels. Over the past 8 or 9 years I’ve ventured here…

The Blue Hotel | Asylum Green

Awkwardly hidden on back road in the Catskills of New York sat a small hotel. This hotel had been abandoned for many years, yet it bore no grafiti and was standing up wel compared to its friends nestled throughout the area. With the front door swinging wide open, I was sure to find my way…