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  1. Vietnam

    Some photos I took while travelling around Vietnam

  2. The Underworld Fields of Asphodel

    The Asphodel meadows is where the souls of ordinary people that have done no wrong to live after death. It is not a place of perfect beauty, like Elysium, the soul live un animated, without pleasure. The residents are not good and they are not evil. “Presumably strange, pallid, ghostly…

  3. Thailand Siriraj Medical Museum

    This photo was taken at Siriraj Medical Museum in Bangkok Thailand. These Siamese twins are preserved for those that are fascinated and curious. Everyone has different moral grounds on this kind of thing and I’m interested to hear your opinions Maybe just perhaps what I am trying to do with…

  4. Philippines Kabayan Opdas Cave

     Inside this charnel house, there are hundreds of skulls up to 1000 years old on a stone platform. It is implied that a smallpox epidemic occurred and many people died in the area. It was unearthed in 1971 and is from the Ibaloi tribe.

  5. Soviet Ghosts Customers

    I am thankful for everyone that has bought my book Soviet Ghosts, these are just a selection of some happy customers with their books.

  6. Russia Sanatorium

    I went to Russia for 8 days in July 2013, me and Ian boarded a plan at Gatwick and headed to Moscow, where we meet with Konstantine, who had drove all the way from St Petersburg to meet us to be part of our adventure. It was a trip for…

  7. Romania Fortul 13 Jilava

    Built as a fortress it was used as a political prison, the prison had bad conditions; in 1940 the Legionary Police killed 64 police detainees in the prison cells. The old cells are now preserved as a museum, though not many people get the chance to see it as it…

  8. Philippenes Wang Od Tattoo

    We got into a packed Jeepney and drove an hour to Bontoc, then boarded the roof of a bus. It’s crazy how many people can fit inside and onto the roof of a bus here. I hung on for dear life sake, as we wound down mountain roads, ducking quickly…

  9. Japan Return to Fukushima Book

    Nuclear accidents have been occurring since the 1950s. My first trip to an area devastated by nuclear disaster was that of the biggest one in history, Chernobyl. My next visit to a place destroyed by nuclear tragedy was Fukushima in Japan. Fukushima is a newer nuclear disaster, but was just…

  10. Soviet Ghosts Book

    Early in 2013 I was commissioned by Carpet Bombing Culture to photograph the abandoned buildings of the former Soviet Union and its Satellite states. I travelled to 10 countries in Eastern Europe, The Baltic’s, Ukraine and of course Russia to capture what is left from the collapse of the Soviet…

  11. Germany Abandoned Places

    Various Germany abandoned locations we explored on a roadtrip in 2016. Here is a hospital, care home and ski resort.

  12. USA Pennsylvania Prison

    Pennsylvania prison was built in 1907 and closed in 1979 due to relocation. The building was acquired with a plan to run it privately but although there were many ideas about what it could become, including a restaurant, apartment block, hotel and nightclub, none of these happened and the prison…

  13. Romania Hoia Forest

    We drove in a 4x4 straight into the forest; the four of us excitedly chatting about the forest and whether it was indeed haunted like the rumors told. Just outside Cluj Napoca in Transylvania, it is allegedly the creepiest forest in the world with claims of UFOs, visitors feeling nauseous…

  14. Mexico Day of the Dead Festival

    While in Mexico, our main target was to visit the Day of the Dead festival, Dia de los Muertos. Mexicans get together on two days at the start of November to celebrate the dead. This is a very unique thing to do. Different cultures address death in varying ways, especially…

  15. Italy Cimitero Delle Fontanelle

    Fontanelle Cemetery is an ossuary in Italy, created inside a cave in order to make room for the bodies of the newly departed, which was crowding churches. Many of these bodies were moved into the cave and were then joined by the bodies of thousands of plague victims. In the…

  16. India Agrasen Ki Baoli Step Well

    The Baoli is a 60m long 15m wide step well that has 108 steps and exists in Delhi, India it was previously filled with water until the 1970s. There are many claims that it is haunted and that the black water makes people jump in and commit suicide; there was…

  17. Indonesia Ijen Crater

    At 1am in the morning in Java Indonesia, I climbed down into the Ijen Crater with my guide Pak Im. It is an active volcano that last erupted in 1999. Pak Im had previously been a worker mining sulphur rocks inside the crater. He would bring the rocks down to…

  18. Czech Republic Mělník Chapel of Bones

    There is a crypt under St Peter and Paul’s church in Mělník, Czech Republic, where around 15,000 remains were left inside a vault after a plague swept through the region. The piles of bones were bricked up in the 1780s when they were deemed a health risk and were forgotten…

  19. Japan

    Japan Bamboo Forest Floating Temple Japan Inari Shrine Japan Osaka Castle

  20. The Underworld Because I Could Not Stop For Death

    This story starts a couple of months prior and an exciting trip underground, deep under the surface of London lies a Victorian crypt, mainly unseen to the public apart from the odd tour yearly to see the remains of the lead lined coffins of an era past. It wasn’t an…

  21. Philippines Lumiang Burial Cave

    It had taken me days to reach Sagada in the Philippines; I had taken a bus from Manila to the North then continued my journey by 4x4, and then by jeepney. I finally reached the Lumiang Burial Cave after a walk south of main town. My guide and I made…

  22. USA Western State Asylum

    In 2014, my travels took me to New York City where I took the opportunity to do a three-day road trip with Shannon and Karen. We drove for miles from New York City to West Virginia and back. It took over 7 hours to get to this asylum but I…

  23. Germany Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

    Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was a Nazi concentration camp used firstly for prisoners from 1936 and then throughout World War II up until 1945. It is located 35km north of Berlin and around 200,000 people passed through the camp between 1936 and 1945. Executions happened and were mainly of the Soviet…

  24. Mexican Abandoned Hotel

    A fantastic fins while we was exploring Mexico City was this abandoned hotel.

  25. The Underworld Shrouded Soul

    “The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.” ― Mark Twain  Photographer: Rebecca Bathory Model: Tina Eisen 
Assistance: Emerson Tactay Soriano
 Assistance: Kostis Nikolas 

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