Feral Cities

Welcome to Feral Cities, a place of all places left forgotten. Intentional, accidental, incidental, nonessential. If it’s empty, lost and alone, we’re there. Won’t you join us?

  • Robert H

    A very unique website. I’d love to see more postings!

  • Linda Abbott

    I love your website and hope you expand it. I love reading the stories as well as seeing the ruins. Please keep adding!!! Thanks for the work you’re doing!

    • Charles

      Thanks, Linda! Much appreciated. We’ll definitely be doing more stories in the future, so stay tuned. We’re also on Twitter (@feral_cities) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/groups/feralcities). Be sure to follow along!

  • Your site is brilliant. I like traveling other-than Interstates and enjoy stopping to have a look at abandoned structures, thinking about what the use may have been and the people that may have occupied the buildings.
    I spent two years in Tucson travelling thru New Mexico/Arizona/Southern California searching for Ghost Towns…
    I look forward to seeing more of your posts.

    • Charles

      Thanks so much, Jerry! Very kind words. We’ll be sure to keep posting if you’ll keep reading! We’re also on Twitter (@feral_cities) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/groups/feralcities). Be sure to follow along!

  • lori

    ok, so the best part of this website are the hidden one-liners.
    my fave thus far is chief throwing the power tower thru the window:> HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    • Charles

      Thanks, Lori! We’re big movie fans here too, if you hadn’t noticed by now. 😉

      Just so you know, we’re also on Twitter (@feral_cities) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/groups/feralcities). Be sure to follow along!

  • SaguaroJack49

    All I see is the lead page. No arrows to continue, no buttons to take you thru something, no page numbers at bottom to walk you thru page by page, nothing. What’s the deal?