Creepiness is all around us these days, although what we are about to show you, is not exactly about the coolest Halloween Party in Town. New York photographer Nathan Kensiger went out to Barren Island (aka Dead Horse Bay) to document the the apocalyptic scenario that depicts the beach today immersed in a scary silence that gives you the feeling of the doomsday.
The whole thing began in 1850s when horses were the main source of transportation. After horses and other animals were giving their last breath, their carcasses were still useful for creating glue, fertilizer and other products. After that, the boiled bones were dumped into the bay.
By the 1920s, when horses were no longer the main way of transport, only one rendering plant was still working and huge amounts of sand, garbage and coal were poured into the surrounding waters. Today, what was once the Barren Island is covered with bottles, toys, horse bones, letter shoes, rusty telephones and many pieces of plastic and metal which are continuously leaking into the ocean.