Today, I'm doing one of those "so cool I can't talk about it" projects, but before I go offline for several hours, I wanted to share this awesome link I came across while looking for stories to Propel:
Photos from the "Aborted Suburb" in Florida:
Founded in the 1960s, Rotonda Sands is about a mile in diameter and packed with golf courses and modest vacation homes -or at least, about 3/4 of its pie-shaped volume is. The rest is an undeveloped wasteland of half-completed houses and empty streets, documented in this creepy photo essay.
I love pictures like this from our modern day ghost towns. If you have some of your own, link them in comments and maybe I'll do an update/roundup later today, when I get back from the "so cool I can't talk about it" project.