The former home of a Confederate colonel, this antebellum house in northern Virginia, USA, was mysteriously abandoned many years ago. It’s thought to have been built between 1853 and 1856, with 300,000 bricks used to build the basement and chimneys alone. Sadly, the house is a shadow of its former self, with creeper vines covering its exterior and its once-ornate rooms scattered with dust and long-forgotten belongings. Luckily for us, renowned urbex photographer, Bryan Sansivero, gave us the chance to peek inside. Are you brave enough?