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Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls Randall Park Mall: North Randall, Ohio

Woodville Mall: Northwood, Ohio  The Woodville mall, like other Ohio malls, experienced an economic decline in the ’90s. The mall was opened in 1969 and by the early 2000s most stores had left. In 2014, it was demolished.

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls Woodville Mall: Northwood, Ohio

Those of you that dislike shopping may not weep at the sight of dead malls, but the fact that their numbers have increased may signal a death blow for some communities.  But of course, their massive abandoned interiors provide an interesting urban exploration subject to be documented.  Above are Newcastle’s now demolished Royal Arcade, Belfast’s burnt-out Art Deco North Street Arcade, and Six Flags Mall in Arlington, Texas.

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New Orleans: Abandoned Mall   With online shopping all malls may look like this www.lalolionlineshopping.com

New Orleans: Abandoned Mall With online shopping all malls may look like this someday

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls  Turfland Mall: Lexington, Ky.

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls Turfland Mall: Lexington, Ky.

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Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls North Towne Square Mall: Toledo, Ohio

<b>An inside look at nine abandoned malls.</b> There is nothing creepier and more fascinating.

Turfland Mall: Lexington, Ky.

Turfland Mall was the first enclosed shopping mall in Lexington, Kentucky, opening in It was popular until the when another local mall expanded. The mall closed in 2008 (photo by Ron May)

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls   Woodville Mall: Northwood, Ohio

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls

Completely Surreal Photos Of America's Abandoned Malls Woodville Mall: Northwood, Ohio

Wonderland Mall started off as an open air mall in the 1960's and early 70's.  I remember it as a kid.  One time it started to rain as we were going from store to store, and I told my Mom, "They should make this like a normal mall.  They eventually did, and it was really…

Wonderland Mall started off as an open air mall in the and early I remember it as a kid. One time it started to rain as we were going from store to store, and I told my Mom,

abandoned towns ohio | Shawnee, Ohio abandoned main street. It's a ghost town that still has ...

Main street inside abandoned town that was supposed to be Site B of Catherine and Henry Black's plan to repopulate the United States post-Bad Sam (Shawnee, Ohio abandoned main street)

Abandoned Strip Mall - Gary, Indiana

Abandoned Strip Mall - Gary, Indiana

Inside the 15-story, Neo-Gothic styled Metropolitan Building in Detroit’s Grand Circus Park region. Lit by ambient daylight and my hand-held flashlight.

Inside the Neo-Gothic styled Metropolitan Building in Detroit’s Grand Circus Park region. Lit by ambient daylight and my hand-held flashlight.

38 Bleak Photos of Abandoned Shopping Malls | Mental Floss

38 Bleak Photos of Abandoned Shopping Malls

38 Bleak Photos of Abandoned Shopping Malls | Mental Floss

Abandoned Shopping Malls Florida | Incredible Viral Photos of Abandoned Shopping Malls | slice.ca

Abandoned Shopping Malls Florida | Incredible Viral Photos of Abandoned Shopping Malls | slice.ca

- Randall Park Mall

These are the eerie images of the abandoned Ohio shopping center, Randall Park Mall, which was once the biggest in the world. The mall is currently being demolished.

Missouri's Metro North Mall in Kansas City - A series of photos - quite possibly the final look inside before being torn down. The apocalyptic images of the Metro North Mall were captured by by photographer Seph Lawless

Inside America's 'creepiest' abandoned mall

Missouri's Metro North Mall in Kansas City - A series of photos - quite possibly the final look inside before being torn down. The apocalyptic images of the Metro North Mall were captured by by photographer Seph Lawless

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