Tons of people get a kick out of visiting abandoned places in or out of town. For example, some El Pasoans get a kick out of visiting the Abandoned Orphanage in far East El Paso.

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Some people had a bad experience visiting because they don't ever want to go back. While other locals didn't have a bad experience but just love to snoop around an unoccupied building.

But the difference with the Abandoned Orphanage is it isn't a part of a zombie town like other abandoned places are. For example, the Tundra Town Home Village is a perfect example of a zombie town in Texas.

Although one person is to blame for what would have been a lovely housing development that is now an abandoned housing development. Mauro T. Padilla was sentenced to 12 years in prison for lying to a bank for construction financing which never happened.

So now tourists who enjoy exploring abandoned places sure love to visit Tundra Village. The next time you're heading to San Antonio, Texas, and up for scoping out a zombie town, hit this place up.

You can see the footage from Adamthewoo's YouTube video that was taken in 2014 above. But if you want a somewhat recent tour of the zombie town SpookYouLaterz YouTube video gave a quick tour of Tundra Village last year below.

If you enjoy visiting zombie towns then this place in Texas should be on your list. All I can say is if filmmakers ever need a location to film a zombie flick, this is definitely the spot.

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