10 eerie photos of drive-in theaters that have been abandoned across the US
The first drive-in theater opened in Camden, New Jersey, in 1933. For less than a dollar, the whole family could enjoy a B Hollywood movie from the comfort of their own car.
At the height of their popularity in the 1950s, there were almost 5,000 drive-ins across the US. Today there are just over 300 of them, which has left a lot of drive-in graveyards around the country.
For photographer Lindsey Rickert, drive-in theaters were a staple of childhood.
Ahead, see 10 of the most haunting images she took of those that have been left behind.