10 Creepy But Cool Abandoned Film Sets That Are Still Intact

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There’s something creepy about a place that was never technically real standing empty for years and years. And while there’s no reason to think any of these still-intact film sets are teeming with ghosts, well…there’s no reason to think they’re not, either.

#10. The Long Branch Saloon (Gunsmoke)

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The building is still standing in Kanab, Utah, though based on these pictures it looks as if that might not be the case for long.

#9. The diner from Looper.

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Out in the middle of nowhere, Louisiana, and completely intact, as if it was dropped there by aliens. Or, you know…time travelers.

#8. Port Royal (Pirates of the Caribbean)

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The set was constructed on St. Vincent, on Wallilabou Bay, and you can find many of the set pieces still hanging out like someone is coming back for them.

#7. Bus/Train crash (The Fugitive)

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The bus/train crash from the film was physically recreated…and left to decompose somewhere in the Great Smoky Mountains. Tell me you wouldn’t run the other way if you happened upon this in the wild.

#6. Westworld Set Piece

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The Hawthorne Mall, in California, has been closed since 1999 but Hollywood can’t leave it alone – Taylor Swift also shot her “Ready For It” music video inside.

#5. District 12 (The Hunger Games)

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The set, in Henry River Mill, NC, looks more like it belongs in the final installments of the trilogy cause it’s rundown and eerily empty.

#4. The American West in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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It’s actually Texas Hollywood and, oddly enough, stands untouched in Almeria, Spain. Huh.

#3. Gas station (The Hills Have Eyes)

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This creepy horror flick takes place in Nevada, but if you want to visit this relic of the set, you’ll have to trek all the way to Ouarzazate, Morocco.

#2. Popeye’s village (Popeye, 1980)

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The village was constructed in Malta and left to the country’s government after wrapping. They’ve done nothing to keep it up, but it does function as a tourist attraction if you’re up for a visit.

#1. The Bar None Ranch (Hey, Dude!)

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If you’re a millennial, this probably looks familiar, but Nickelodeon hasn’t used the set since 1991.