The time has come for an adventure like no other. Explore derelict buildings, missile bases, satanic ritual sites, mortuaries, ghost towns, and more.
Picking up where he left off in his first book, Abandoned Utah, part two continues Nick’s never-ending quest to explore every corner of this dark and dreary state. This journey isn’t for the faint of heart. Along the way, face poisonous spiders, angry squatters, and the ever-present danger of structural collapse.
Local lore insists that many of these locations are haunted as well. Nick leaves that up to you to decide. We are a strange breed of individuals. We’re attracted to things and places that are supposed to scare us. We see beauty where others see repulsiveness. Our minds thrive in dark and dreary environments yet often falter within everyday life. Why are we like this? Is it our drive for discovery? That voice in our heads telling us to keep going? Or is it the danger factor, and the adrenaline rush when exploring an old mine or climbing onto the roof of a crumbling structure?
For Nick and his readers, it’s often a form of escapism, a way to forget the stressors of everyday life and wander within a strange world. Whatever your reason for picking up this book, one thing is certain: a grand adventure awaits within these pages. What are you waiting for?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Nick Bagley is an abandoned building photographer who enjoys exploring ghost towns, mines, homes, and anything he can find along his seemingly endless journeys. Born in New York, and now residing in Salt Lake City, Utah, Nick adventures to forgotten locations all over the state. His passion for photography and interest in history allows him to create a unique window into the past. Through his books and social media, Nick presents his following with visually pleasing images combined with interesting stories and facts. For Nick, every adventure brings new challenges and excitement, and every photo represents an extension of his take on the abandoned world.