The animal refuge of the Salton Sea.
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Abandoned Farm House Time Capsule
Abandoned farm house with everything left behind.
Exploring an abandoned prison in Michigan
Abandoned prison is now running a haunted house for Halloween. Camp Sauble: Cages of Carnage The prison opened in 1960. The property consisted of 40 acres of land, a main building and five outbuildings. From 1988-1992, the 120-bed facility was a youth boot camp, which was an alternative to prison for young, non-violent first-time offenders. The camp subjected inmates to military-style discipline and physical training for 90 days.
Abandoned Mausoleum With A Sad Story
Roger Williams Park Mausoleum in CRANSON, R.I. The city had blocked the transfer of remains from the mausoleum over concerns that the building contains asbestos and lead paint. The city claimed that to make the mausoleum safe enough for relatives to remove the remains would cost the city $50,000. Removing the remains and demolishing the building would cost an estimated $2 million.
Sleeping At Abandoned Waterpark
Staying over night at a abandoned waterpark in Texas.
Abandoned military base in California
Not much info on this place just thought it was cool.
We find an Abandoned Mine next to an old Forgotten Home site!
We head out to search the backwoods of Alabama for long forgotten History and treasure!
Abandoned Homestead full of relics and Rusty Treasures Discovered by mudlarkers!
We head out in search of valuable lost antiques on a private permission area. The landowners mentioned the remains of an old homestead and we were not disappointed on what we found! Treasure of all kinds just waiting to be brought back to life!
History forgotten in the Basement of a ruined home
On this weeks episode we head back into the basement of a abandoned home. This house was in the middle of a American Civil War Battle field and holds some secrets to the life of the last people to live there. I hope you enjoy.
The forgotten Colorado Irish of Evergreen Cemetery
As you drive through the historical Evergreen Cemetery in Leadville, Colorado. You see beautiful well-kept grounds. But towards the back, you will find over 1,400 forgotten Irish men, women, and children from the late 1800s. The graves are deeply sunken because the original pine caskets have long since deteriorated. There are no headstones, just a few wooden markers and iron gates that surround some of the plots. Their stories and names have been lost to time. come with us as we tour the grounds.
The Abandoned Buckhorn Mineral Bath
The Buckhorn Mineral Baths opened in 1939,Ted and Alice Sliger bought the land and while digging a well struck hot water and the resort started . People from all over the country came here for the hot mineral springs . It wasn't long before Hollywood elite showed up . This is also the start up spot of the cactus baseball league (spring ball ) Ted loved to hunt and filled the place with trophies . He also acquired the largest collection of ancient grinding stones in the world .
Welcome to The Dollhouse! Colorado Springs, Colorado
Come along as Rich and Rachel explore this Unexplainable Abandoned DOLLHOUSE! Be sure to leave a comment if you know what it is or what it was used for.
Maybe the CREEPIEST Place We've Ever Visited! Fern Springs State Park • Pappy's Riverwalk
In this episode we spare you the boring part of the journey while we ran errands and saved the best parts for the video. First, we stopped at Pappy's Riverwalk, an adorable complex in Blairsville, Ga that has food, fun things to see, shopping, and tubing on the Nottely River. After that, we ventured off to Fern Springs State Park, a place that has been abandoned for longer than it's been in use. Built in the 1930's, this park is stunning in its beauty and a bit creepy, as well. We got separated just as the storms rolled in and both had interesting tales to tell when we reunited a bit later. Links: Pappy's Roadside Riverwalk: <a href="http://www.livinghistorysites.com/georgia/sites/140-pappys-roadside-riverwalk-shops--blairsville-ga.html">http://www.livinghistorysites.com/georgia/sites/140-pappys-roadside-riverwalk-shops--blairsville-ga.html</a>
My favorite place to see in California Part Two
If you thought is was cool during the day you have to see it at night.
My favorite place to see in California
Bomb bay beach is a weird but cool place if you have never been you should see it at least one time in your life.
The Geothermal Volcanoes Of the Salton Sea, CA
In this video I take you to the geothermal field in the Salton Sea. Please like and share this video.
California's Worst Ecological Disaster But Yet Full Of Life
This area over 90 species of birds and much more life than people think.
Millions Of Dollars Lost In This Abandoned Six Flags
The theme park was first opened under the name of Jazzland in 2000. In 2002 and a leasing agreement was made with Six Flags after the original owner filed for bankruptcy. Six Flags invested $20 million in upgrades, and in 2003 the park reopened as Six Flags New Orleans. In 2005 when Hurricane Katrina was on its path towards Louisiana, the park closed its gates, and due to the damage that this record breaking hurricane caused it was never able to reopen.
Lost In An Abandoned Dark Ride
This was the darkest abandoned explore we have ever done it took us over an hour to find our way out.
Huge Abandoned Waterfall At Love Resort
This Massive beauty is behind the abandoned Penn Hill Resort.