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Fort Dade was an Endicott Period fortification which guarded the entry to Tampa Bay. Accessible only by boat, it has been abandoned for nearly a century. What’s left of Fort Dade today lies in ruins along the northwest shore of Egmont Key, crumbling in the debilitating heat and humidity of the Gulf Coast. Thomas Kenning’sContinue reading “06. Sunshine Sentinels – The Island Ruins of Fort Dade”
Katherine Anderson is the award-winning author of two historic mysteries, Hospital Hill and Shadows in the Ward. She was born in 1980 in Western Massachusetts and is a special education teacher. For many years Kate has worked to painstakingly research and document the insane asylums and state schools in New England, publishing nonfiction works andContinue reading “05. Exploring Belchertown State School with Katherine Anderson”
Jay Farrell is a prolific urbex photographer and author. In this exclusive interview, he talks about his recipe for the successful documentation of abandoned places. Jay Farrell’s latest book is Abandoned Memphis. You can find more of her photos online at https://www.jayfarrellauthor.com/. Follow the show at decaypodcast.wordpress.com or Instagram.
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