Sometimes getting lost in the woods isn't a bad thing; you can find some pretty amazing things. \nThe McMillin Family Mausoleum in Washington is a massive structure in the woods that seems like it belongs in ancient Rome.\nEditor's Choice: Ontario’s New Haunted Escape Trail Opens Next Month & It's Like Being In A Horror Movie\n View this post on Instagram Location: Afterglow Vista, San Juan Island, Washington Year: 2020 Equipment: Canon 5D Mark III Software: @lightroom @photoshop @adobe ⠀ . . . ⠀ #afterglow #afterglowvista #afterglowvistamausoleum #paranormal #ghost #ghosthunting #explorepnw A post shared by Rachell Lewis (@rachell.lewis) on Aug 2, 2020 at 12:21pm PDT\n\n\nThe building is a huge crypt on San Juan Island, seemingly placed in the middle of the woods.\nIt's more colloquially known as the "Afterglow Vista." \nThis hidden mausoleum is beautiful and spooky, especially in the fall. \n\nYou can find it near Roche Harbor, just take a short hike north into the woods past the Roche Harbor Cemetery, according to the Seattle Times.\nThere's a giant stone table at the center too that gives off major Camelot vibes.\nHead into the unknown and see if you can find this place for yourself!\nMcMillin Family Mausoleum\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 664 Afterglow Dr., Friday Harbor, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: This huge structure in the woods feels like you've stumbled into ancient Rome!\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.