5 creepy buildings that had foundations in tech

The expression ‘technology marches on’ has a flip-side that is rarely considered: as it does so, it leaves hulking shadowy ruins and architectural testaments to long-abandoned technologies in its wake.

Other buildings, like Steve Jobs’ abandoned Jackling Mansion or the shed that HP started in, have a history of their own; notable notches in the in the timeline of tech.

The buildings in this list, however, are just downright creepy one way or another.

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