"Another fantastic international entry, this is a grog shop (local lingo for liquor store, I understand) in the Land Down Under," writes Neilson.
"I am pretty sure that the windows are blacked out here for the privacy of patrons," writes Neilson. "Because nothing is more embarrassing than visiting an establishment that used to be a Pizza Hut."
"Who are the clientele requiring check cashing at the same place which rents out your favorite movies in VHS format? Why, you will have to pay a quick visit to Garland, Texas to find out yourself," writes Neilson.
"Evidence room in the cooler. Interrogations happening in the booths. Secretaries playing table-top Pac Man instead of solitaire. That is how I picture this one, and I love it," writes Neilson.
"Thanks to loyal fan Fred, we have this utterly sad example of a Pizza Hut that has turned into the world's sketchiest looking daycare/career institute," writes Neilson.
"It looks like some serious renovations took place here, but the signature roof hump remains, and that makes me happier than when Daniel Laruso [Karate Kid] successfully executed that weird swan kick," writes Neilson.
"Loyal reader Brian R. risked life and limb clamoring across several lanes of busy traffic in the booming metropolis of Wenatchee, WA to snap this photo of Carlos 1800 Mexican Grill," writes Neilson.
"This is the restaurant real estate equivalent of your wife leaving you for your brother," Neilson writes.
"This fine establishment located in beautiful Carnegie, PA serves up some excellent beer and is not the first post-Pizza-Hut establishment to hold this spot," writes Neilson.
"Guarantee that whatever this place serves is way better than Pizza Hut pizza," writes Neilson.
For Mike Neilson, a 33-year-old Pittsburgh resident who works in the software industry, tracking the phantoms of former Pizza Huts has taken on a life of its own on his blog Used to Be a Pizza Hut. Here is a selection of some of his best finds.