Eerie Photos Of French Ghost Town Abandoned Under Flight Path

When Charles de Gaulle airport opened in 1974, it directly led to one village near Paris becoming almost completely abandoned. Check out some pictures of what it looks like now.

This is kind of sad because it reminds you that even the dogs and all other animals (probably except for wolves and rats and other wild animals that roam the ruins at night) have left Goussainville-Vieux Pays.

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This is a gravestone that has the pictures of the people buried there on it. Again, this is a shame because nobody is probably ever going to see this gravestone because everyone has left the city now, and I’m pretty sure that the people buried there probably didn’t foresee that happening when they decided to do this.

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This is apparently a picture of a car busting down one of the streets in the village, except obviously the car is missing from the picture. It’s probably going so fast because it needs to get out of there, or just simply never was there because the town is a ghost town. One or the other.

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This was a grocery store in the town, now it’s just another abandoned storefront with a load of broken trash outside of it. Grim.

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