The photos listed on this page did not fall into any other category and/or we did not have enough information or photos to dedicate an entire page to them. Dates visited varied for each photo, as did location. Any information about the photo is included in the description.
This road sign marked where the South Columbus Airport once stood. Part of the runway is now being used as a tractor trailer lot while another section has been developed into a neighborhood.
A radioactive sign we found near the South Columbus Airport. We aren’t sure why it was radioactive.
This photo was taken at Hamilton Township Park in Franklin County.
A naked pine tree near Lockville Park.
The picnic area of Marion-Franklin Park in south Columbus.
This cinderblock structure was located near where the new Hamilton Township elementary school as built.
Another look at the shack from the previous photo. This building has since been demolished.
This old bridge that sat just outside of Circleville at the intersection of Island Road and County Highway 4 was said to be haunted.
The bridge’s dedication plaque was above the roadway. Sadly, the bridge was demolished and replaced in 2011.
This huge drainage ditch was built for the construction of a Lowe’s store at Great Southern Shopping Center in Columbus.
We drove through the small town of Kinnikinnick while exploring country roads one night in Ross County.
The Silver Bridge Memorial Bridge in Point Pleasant, WV.
A statue of the infamous Mothman in downtown Point Pleasant, WV.
A closer look at the plaque on the Mothman statue.
The town hall building in downtown Canal Winchester.
Nelsonville’s Doctors Hospital sits on a hillside above the town.
Formerly known as Saint Mary’s Hospital, the building is supposedly haunted by a nun who worked there.