On our way back to Moorhead in July of 2012, we stopped in Comstock to photograph the former Comstock Public School. We had visited this place once before in 2011, and we found the school much the same as it was then, except someone had put up a fence all the way around the perimeter.
Somewhere inside Comstock Public School, a radio perpetually plays.
Comstock Public School was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 17th, 1980.
Apparently, the irony of spray painting moral messages on the side of a building was lost on at least one vandal.
When Terry approached the school, the pigeons got alarmed and flocked overhead.
Photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright © 2012 Sonic Tremor Media