Boy finds 17 pound gold nugget and didn't realize till it was too late.
Boy finds GOLD NUGGET worth a fortune while fishing in creek. The boy and his father had no idea what he found in that creek. This Family had no idea that this thing they used for a doorstop, was worth a fortune! A 12 year old boy name Conrad Reed was spending the day outside fishing at this creek that ran through their families farm in North Carolina. While Conrad was fishing at this creek he noticed something unusual under the flowing water. So he set his fishing pole down on the ground so he could get a closer look to see what this thing was. When he got closer to see what this object was. He noticed that it was a yellow rock. He showed his dad and his dad would use it as a doorstop till they found out what it really was.
The History behind the Waverly Hills Sanitarium.
Things you probably didn't KNOW about the Waverly Hills Sanitarium. Today, we are going to look at one of the most creepiest locations in America that you should never explore alone - the Waverly Hills Sanitorium. There are many secrets and history behind the doors of this building. Leaving it one of the most notorious and creepiest Sanitariums in America - having said to have over 50,000 deaths.
History on the Winchester Mystery House
Today we are going to look into the history of the famously known, Winchester house in California. We will dig up the roots that lie behind the walls of this ginormous mansion and the secrets it holds. The Mansion has stairs and passage ways that lead to dead ends. And doors that could lead you to your death. This is a place you should never explore alone.
This $8,000,000 Abandoned Mansion is going to be DEMOLISHED
Today we are going to see how this 110 year old mansion is in danger of being demolished. The people in this neighborhood are not happy. But before we get started, if you are a fan of the abandoned and historical locations, then you are in the right place. Ok, let's get started into today's location.
WARNING: The TERRIFYING night in the Cullen Davis Mansion
Front of the Cullen Davis MansionRooted Expeditions. Today's story is a about a case that was considered at the time, the Crime of the Century. Make sure to stay until the end of the article, where there is a line of upsetting events that leads up to this horrible and mysterious group of murders that surrounds this Mansion. This article may be upsetting and graphic to some readers.
What they Discovered on this property was shocking.
What they found and Discovered on this Property was SHOCKING viewer discretion is advised. In the year 1828 in the small town of Lancaster Ohio the Fairfield County Home which was a wooden structure at the time had opened their doors to help all types of residents that were considered as outcast from society which would include people that suffered from mental disorders to alcoholism. The brick building that stands today was constructed in 1840 and due to the overwhelming residents that poured in overcrowded the infirmary, so they expanded the building even more in 1865. along with constructing a few other smaller building that surrounded the property that would serve for various purposes such doing laundry, a tenant house, storage and farming facilities. In fact a farm was established across the road from the infirmary. By doing this this would help with the growing amount of residents that were moving in.
Exploring a 162 year old Mansion that was Donated for a $1.
Exploring the 162 year old Anchorage Mansion - History Donated for $1 built in 1859 The Anchorage is a historical home in the Harmar neighborhood of Marietta, Ohio, United States. Also known as the Putnam Villa, it was built in 1859 by Douglas Putnam for his wife Eliza. Douglas was the great grandson of General Israel Putnam. Douglas' brother, David Putnam, Jr. was the leading abolitionist in Marietta. David was said to frequent the home, leading to the belief the home was used as part of the Underground Railroad although no evidence has been uncovered. In 1894, the Knox family bought the house from the Putnams. The Knox family was involved in boat building and gave the home the name of The Anchorage. From 1960 to 1986 the house was a nursing home. Since 1996, the home has been owned by the Washington County Historical Society.
Opinion: Republicans Beware--America's Veterans Have Very, Very Long Memories
Those legislators who voted against the Honoring Our Pact Act (HR 3967) will pay the price come November. Every person who enlists or is drafted into one of the Armed Forces of the United States of America enters into a pact with our federal government that says, if injured while performing our duties, we are entitled to compensation and personal care at no cost to us.
The Secrets of this Asylum are finally exposed.
This famously known Location known as the Pennhurst Asylum. was Exposed in a 5 part TV series called " Suffer The Little Children". I have real footage of the explore that I did there at night. and I will be displaying actual video footage of the place back in the 60's and 70's. A inside Look of what really went on behind the closed doors of the Pennhurst State School and Hospital for the Feeble-Minded and Epileptic. This place getting exposed helped free so many other people across the United States.
Abusive Coaching in Collegiate Athletics
Unless you were there, it may be hard to understand how much influence our coaches exerted over us. I mean, we were kids. Eighteen year-olds leaving home for the first time, diving into a sea of changes and trying to compete athletically at an elite level. "Abuse" is a strong word, one I hesitated to use until I realized that the insidious and duplicitous nature of abuse often gaslights victims into accepting it, thereby perpetuating its existence.
People are more honest in emails than in verbal conversations
In a perfect world, every conversation would be an open and honest exchange of information. But the truth is, most people lie, at least a little. Small fibs may be relatively harmless, but repeated lies can damage relationships. No one wants to be lied to, especially by someone important to them.