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One-Liner Wednesday – Creepy enough?


As if the abandoned infirmary building at my son’s school wasn’t already creepy enough, now there are a pair of turkey vultures living in the attic.

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Photos: Two large turkey vultures on the roof of a boarded up red-brick two-storey 19th century building.

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49 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Creepy enough?

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  6. Seems like that building and its birdy friends should feature in one of your stories. 🙂

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  15. Creepy, definitely. But that photo showing the turkey vulture’s wingspan is fabulous.

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  18. At least you can be sure there are no rodents in the attic.

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  19. Definitely creepy looking! And the birds – Yikes.


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  21. We had a large, modern house near us that was empty half the year and about a dozen of those buzzards used to hang out on the roof. It was very creepy. Then the owners put it up for sale while they were living elsewhere. Prospective buyers had to look beyond the buzzards if they wanted to actually view the property!

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  25. Yikes, the stuff nightmares are made of.


  26. central casting and set for a horror film )


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  28. Well what a waste of a building, you’d think they’d either knock it down or refurb it for s new use!
    Mind you I bet those Turkey Vultures like their new home! I have seen those birds on Visits to America and Canada and they are big, scary and ugly!! 💜💜💜💜


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