Ravenloft Castle
Ravenloft Castle

Ravenloft Castle

Ravenloft Castle

Hidden deep into the woods

Upstate (New York), United States

Ravenloft Castle is hidden deep into the woods outside a small town in upstate New York. Construction began during the early years of World War I. Unfortunately, the owner never had the chance to live in it, as he died three years before the construction ceased in 1924. The castle was never completed nor was it ever lived in. Today, it is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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