A Spooky Factory You Have to See

While some of us like going to all the new and cool places that are bustling with people and activity, some of us like seeing places where most people wouldn’t dare to go. We’re not talking about extreme outdoor activities that everyone has on their bucket lists, we’re here to talk about spooky old abandoned buildings. If you consider yourself an urban explorer, then you want to see as many old abandoned buildings as you can and learn about the history trapped within their walls.

Most of these buildings have become hide outs for teenagers who want a fun place to hide and feel like they’re on an adventure. All most all of these buildings have become canvases for graffiti artists looking to express themselves somewhere they know no one will ruin their work. Quite often, you’ll hear all manner of spook tales about these buildings from locals – who doesn’t love a good scary story, right?

Most of these stories are made up to keep kids from entering these places but you know that, it’s still interesting to learn about them. If you’re on the prowl for abandoned building, then you need to check out this abandoned Poland factory called Wistom. Wistom was once a large fibre factory during the communist era, where insulation material for Soviet submarines was manufactured. Now this factory is in ruins.

The building is dilapidated and vacant but it’s still standing tall and is ready for you to explore it. It’s one of those places that you just have to go see is you’re in Poland, especially if you’re an urban explorer. If you’re looking to get a few nice clicks as well, this place is a great backdrop.