We're not in Kansas anymore. Follow the yellow brick road through the 'Land of Oz' theme park with photographer Seph Lawless.

Lawless captures The Land of Oz, that was once a thriving amusement park in Beech Mountain, North Carolina in the 1970s where visitors could walk down the Yellow Brick Road, experience the tornado that hit Dorothy's house, and visit with the Scarecrow, Tinman, the Cowardly Lion and the Wicked Witch of the West.

The park closed in 1980 but still opens once a year for the 'Autumn of Oz' party where fans can take a nostalgic stroll and see some of the original cast perform. Preparations are already underway for the 2016 party.

Lawless, a photographer from Ohio, has been capturing different places for years. His work often goes viral and from these photos, it's easy to see why. See more photos in Lawless' book 'Bizarro: The World's Most Hauntingly Beautiful Abandoned Amusement Parks.'

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Land of Oz Photo Gallery


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