We weren't expecting the interior area of the Bellemont to be so expansive. Here's the drive leading into the interior, complete with a tree growing out of the roof.
Here's the straight-ahead view from the main road in.
We could have branched off to the left, but first we cut straight across the campus. The further into the complex we got, the more likely it seemed that we were being watched, just because there were so many places there to be watched from.
This curtain and many others were black with mold.
Look at all the nice wood furniture that was left to rot.
And yes, that is AN ABANDONED DOLL. Welcome to my nightmare.
As inhospitable as the Bellemont currently may seem to anything but thriving colonies of mold...evidence of other occupants presented itself. And that's all I should probably say about that in this public forum.
This building, that looks to be some sort of meeting hall, is to the right of the first building we looked at, on the way out one of the blocked-off exits.
And around the corner from that one...
On this strip of rooms facing another road, we found the moldiest visible conditions of all.
But then in the same section, there was a room in this condition.
Baton Rouge, kindly explain thyself.
Part Three of the exciting Abandoned Baton Rouge miniseries The Bellemont, is here!