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  1. Switzerland Pathology Department

    The opportunity arose for myself and a couple of friends to visit a working pathology department whilst in Switzerland. These opportunities are quite rare and it is not standard procedure for the general public to be allowed inside such places, so we jumped at the chance to be able to…

  2. The Underworld Semele

    Semele was the only mortal to parent a God,a  Thebian princess, she once slaughtered a bull and was washing herself in the River Asopus to rid the blood that had stained her skin. Disguised as an eagle, Zeus spied her and fell in love with her.  This shoot was a…

  3. Belgium Chapelle la Chapelle

    A grand castle in the Belgium countryside. the amusing thing about this location was that it had a moat around it and the only way we could get to to was over a huge log that had fallen in, crawling on hands in knees while protecting my camera bag from…

  4. Italy Abandoned Hospitals

    A collection of abandoned hospitals in Italy

  5. Germany Taxidermy Hotel

    This grand hotel in Germany would have been an amazing place to stay when it was open, some room were clearly more special then others with unique bedrooms, all with different decor. The main thing about the hotel was the huge amount of taxidermy in the main restaurant and around…

  6. Thailand Wat Mahathat

    80km from Bangkok is the ancient capital of Ayutthaya. Full of ruined palaces and temples, it existed from 1350 to 1767 and was brought to an end during the Burmese Siamese War of 1765 to 1767. The area has a dark history as the Burmese attacked and massacred the cities’…

  7. Switzerland Jewelled Skeletons

    The jewelled catacomb saint skeletons have a fascinating history. To begin with, such adorned bodies were originally found in catacombs below Rome in 1578 but they are now found in churches around Germany, Austria and Switzerland too. They were believed to be the skeletons of martyr saints and therefore, nuns…

  8. UK St Pancras Cemetery The Hardy Tree

    Found nestled in a cemetery close to London’s St. Pancras Old Church, an ash tree stands oddly surrounded by hundreds of decaying gravestones.

In the 1860s, growth of the train lines at St Pancras meant the graveyard would be affected and to accommodate this change, the remains were exhumed and…

  9. The Underworld A Dance With Death

    Cally Jo is an amazingly talented tattoo artists, I briefly meet her when getting a tattoo atdrags trip in Southhampton with Pete Belson. We decided to do a shoot together a couple of years later at the amazing Chapel Asylum and we created some beautiful photos for my Underworld Series…

  10. Italy The Colosseum

    Dark tourism can be traced back thousands of years, as it seems a lot of humans have an attraction to tragedy and death. One example is the Colosseum in Rome, Italy an amphitheater that is the largest ever built, with its construction starting in AD 72 and finishing eight years…

  11. Czech Republic Katakomby Klatovy

    In Klatovy Czech Republic, there is a large crypt underneath a Jesuit church. Jesuit priests were put in oak coffins between 1676 and 1783, and there were as many as 200 bodies inside the crypt. There were ventilation vents and wells which allowed good circulation of air and as a…

  12. Germany Berlin Wall

    There has been no more potent symbol of the Cold War than the Berlin Wall, which was erected overnight on 12-13 August 1961. The wall sealed West Berlin within a 165.7km concrete enclosure, protected by sentry towers, bunkers, barbed wire, guard dogs, tripwires, floodlights and anti-tank emplacements. The fortifications appeared…

  13. Germany Altes Larger

    On our 12 days road trip around Eastern Europe for my book Soviet Ghosts, myself, Ian, Danny and Michael went to this pilot school in Germany, for me it was all about finding the Soviet mural and getting a photo of it Built in 1870 by the Prussians, this military…

  14. Germany Monuments Men Film Set

    We arrived to take photos of an abandon factory and found a film set! We didn’t even know it was there, but on seeing an old car and various buildings all blown apart by what must have been a war. Soon we realised it was all made of polystyrene, but…

  15. France Chateau Verdure

    We arrived here just as the sun was about to go down on our first day on a road trip with Dursty, Darren and Nick in 2014, it was once a very grand mansion set in amongst the trees, but now it barely stands, collapses all over the house and…

  16. USA Abandoned Hospitals

    This is a selection of photos taken on our road trips around the USA of abandoned hospitals

  17. The Underworld Nyx

    Nyx is the Greek goddess of the night. A shadowy figure, Nyx stood at or near the beginning of creation, and was the mother of other personified deities such as Hypnos (Sleep) and Thanatos (Death). Her appearances are sparse in surviving mythology, but reveal her as a figure of exceptional…

  18. UK Hythe Crypt

    At St Leonard’s church above the town of Hythe, there is a crypt with a collection of skulls on shelves. It contains 1,022 skulls and another stack of skulls and bones 7.5m by 1.8m wide. Historians have estimated that the remains of at least 4000 people lie inside. There are…

  19. Belgium Chambre de Commerce

    I’ve been to the magnificent Chamber De Commerce three times now and could never get bored from being inside, my first trip inside was when I was relatively new to exploring, this was the highlight for me to a trip to Belgium in 2012 with Danny, Keitei and Dawid, I…

  20. Austria Hotel

    An abandoned hotel in Austria

  21. Czech Republic Capuchin Crypt

    Inside this 17th crypt in Brno, Czech Republic, lie the bodies of 24 monks laid out with their heads resting on a brick. The Capuchin monks were located beneath the church for a period of 300 years. They were originally put inside a single coffin and eventually moved down into…

  22. Belgium Villa Heil

    This was a great little house we found on our trip to Belgium with Voytek, Danny and Nik in April 2014, my favourite places are the ones that have lots of decay and objects left inside and this one had a really melancholy feel to it due to the huge…

  23. Belgium IM Powerstation

    Visit in August 2012, This was our second night on the road. We arrived at IM Power plant late at night and after a small confrontation with a Belgium police car on the road, with flash light straight into Danny’s face and then a mumbling of something before turning round…

  24. Belgium Maison Vanestte

    This was a lovely house I visited in Belgium, with Wojtek and Romany WG. I actually tried to get here on a previous trip, but we managed to try and get into the house next door as the door was open and it too looked like it was abandoned too…

  25. Belgium Gravestone Church

    We visited this decaying church in June 2014, I was with Darren, Richie and Adam. It was a risk getting into this location as it was very close to a police station, so we went very early and crept very quickly over a wall and made our way in as…

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