Abandoned funeral home with room of coffins is a horror film set waiting to happen

*** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY BULLET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: A storage room in the abandoned funeral home) - Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century. These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami. Bullet, 27, said: The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on. Theres the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage. SEE CATERS COPY.

Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century.

These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami.

*** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY BULLET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Caskets left in the funeral home) - Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century. These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami. Bullet, 27, said: The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on. Theres the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage. SEE CATERS COPY.

Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century.

Bullet, 27, said: “The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on.

“There’s the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage.

*** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY BULLET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: A vase full of flowers left at the funeral home) - Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century. These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami. Bullet, 27, said: The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on. Theres the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage. SEE CATERS COPY.

These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami.

“From there was something like a workshop or storage where even more caskets were stored away, along with old vials, embalming tools, photos, and more.

“There was a basement  but due to the amount of water damage in the building, it was flooded.

*** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY BULLET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Funeral no parking signs) - Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century. These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami. Bullet, 27, said: The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on. Theres the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage. SEE CATERS COPY.

Bullet, 27, said: The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on.

The building itself dates back to 1851 when Calvin Oak moved to Jacksonville and started a marble and mortuary business with his son in 1856.

This business eventually became the Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home and is the oldest business continuously operated in the city of Jacksonville.

*** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY BULLET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Items left behind) - Abandoned buildings do not get much creepier than this funeral home, left to deteriorate for three years having helped to bury the dead since the 19th century. These vivid pictures inside the eerie, former Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Florida were taken by photographer, Bullet from Miami. Bullet, 27, said: The power was still on so what you see in one of the photos is an actual light bulb that we turned on. Theres the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage. SEE CATERS COPY.

Theres the front lobby which leads into the chapel. From the lobby, you can go upstairs to the showroom where you can see the roof had collapsed most likely from water damage. 

It was bought by another funeral business in the 1990s and when they moved out of the building in 2013, it was left in the current state seen in the photos.

“I thought this place was amazing, photography-wise. There is so much decay on the bottom floors, to then just almost pristine caskets just sitting in storage on the second floor.

“That coupled with the fact that electricity was still running through the building made it an amazing place to see.”