ABANDONED Asylum Series:The Lunatic Church (Episode 3)



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Steeple Ashton Church – Drone – Mavic Pro



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St Mary the Virgin church, Steeple Ashton, is an extraordinary building, described by author Simon Jenkins (England’s Thousand Best Churches) as a ‘fairy castle’). It is perhaps one of the finest examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in England. Hang on, scratch the ‘perhaps’; it IS one of the finest examples of this style of medieval architecture. It is an architectural gem, and has been awarded a Grade I listing as an historic monument.
The church consists of a nave with clerestory, chancel, north and south aisles, north and south porches, and a four-stage western tower embellished with crocketing and pinnacles. The church is first recorded in 1281, in terms that suggest it was in existence long before then.

The embattled tower dates from the early 15th century. It was originally topped by a huge spire reaching 186 feet above the ground. The spire was struck by lightning in 1670, and again the following year, killing two workmen, and it was never replaced. Around the roofline are carved a number of fabulous gargoyles and other grotesque beings.
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Something Was Following Us! We Found Abandoned Church and Cemetery In the Smokey Mountains



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Urban Catholic School Abandoned and In Shambles | St. Margaret Mary of Detroit | Part 2 of 3



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This is part 2 of 3 of the St. Margaret Mary of Detroit series. I originally went to explore this Catholic church expecting for it to be a normal video. Fortunately for all of us, I had some wonderful surprises. These surprises has prompted me to create a 3 part series that takes me through 3 different buildings within one explore.

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Disrespected and Abandoned Catholic Church Explored | St. Margaret Mary of Detroit | Part 1 of 3

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St. Margaret Mary was founded in June of 1920, with its first service held in a doctor’s office on Bewick Avenue on Detroit’s east side. Any doubts he may have had about the viability of the parish were quickly wiped away, as the congregation grew quickly, and began construction of a church building on the corner of Warren Avenue and Lemay Street in late July. Within seven weeks the construction of the church was far enough along that services could be held in it, and was finished by December. Just six months had passed from founding to finishing.

In 1982, the Detroit Archdiocese closed St. Margaret Mary Church, which was only averaging about 50 to 65 parishioners on Sundays. The aging church building needed significant repairs, the cost of which could only be born by a larger congregation. Two years later, the church, parish house and the school (which had closed in 1970) were sold to Hill of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, which moved in 1984.

As recently as October of 2011 Hill of Calvary was still holding services in the church building. There were tentative plans to reopen the school as a community center, but the shrinking congregation was struggling to maintain and repair the sanctuary, which had fallen into disrepair. Sometime in late 2011 or early 2012 services were moved into the basement of the parish house in between the church and school. In August of 2012, the parish house and old sanctuary are broken into and badly vandalized. Musical instruments were stolen, and the perpetrators tried to set the church on fire. Police were called but weren’t able to make the scene, suggesting to the church that they file a report online. The parish house was boarded up a few days later, and has not been active since.

THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 2: Desolate Abandoned Detroit Church Urban Exploring with Freaktography



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THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 2: Desolate Abandoned Detroit Church Urban Exploring with Freaktography

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Abandoned Detroit East Grand Methodist Church

The now abandoned Detroit East Grand Methodist Church was founded in the 1888, when the land was farmland. For 12 years the church moved from one location to another, “…and four times was obliged to take quarters either adjoining to or above a saloon, where the tinkle of the slot piano mingled with doxology,” according to the Detroit Free Press newspaper in 1908.

In 1899, the church moved to a new location, building a wood frame chapel in 1900. The congregation grew to 149 in 1904, and in 1907, Reverend Charles Ryerson was assigned to lead the church, no longer a mission. His first goal was the construction of a new church on land that had been bought a few blocks away. On one Sunday alone, he raised $10,000 towards the construction of the church.

The cornerstone was laid down in a ceremony June 27th, 1908, attended by leaders of other Methodist Churches from across the city. Made of red paving brick with gray stone trimmings, the sanctuary seated 750, with a gym in the basement serving as a community center. Construction had proceeded enough to where services were being held in the unfinished basement by September of 1909.

Reverend Ryerson didn’t stay long at the partially completed church, however, having come to odds with Methodist leadership over the direction his faith was taking. In September of 1909 the congregation of Fisher Church split, with one half supporting Ryerson, and the other half opposing him. His congregation retreated back to the previous location on Bellevue, while accusations about his conduct were made and responded to in the newspapers. Facing banishment to a church in North Dakota, he and 75 supporters withdrew from the Methodist Episcopal church, renaming themselves The People’s Tabernacle. Fisher Methodist continued on under Reverend Samuel Jennings, and the church was formally dedicated in March of 1910.

There is little history of East Grand Boulevard Methodist from the 1940’s on, aside from that the church was dissolved in 1985, and replaced by Second Unity Full Gospel Baptist Church, which left in 2000. The church has been vacant since then.

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(ABANDONED DETROIT) – ABANDONED HUNGARIAN CHURCH – UNTOUCHED!



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Gorgeous Abandoned Church in the city of Detroit. The hand painted murals on the ceiling were stunning! The church was a Hungarian Catholic Church that opened in the early 1900’s. I am not sure how long it has been abandoned but for the most part, it’s still in good shape! The hand painted murals on the ceiling were incredible as was all the still in tact stained glass!

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Exploring Abandoned Detroit – Calvary Presbyterian Church



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We filmed this about a year ago and then forgot about it. At the time we didn’t even know what the name of the church was – we were simply drawn to it because of the broken stained glass window.

THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 1: Exploring the Abandoned Detroit Church with the Hand Painted Ceiling



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THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 1: Exploring the Abandoned Detroit Church with the Hand Painted Ceiling

Abandoned Detroit Church with Hand Painted Ceiling
In June of 2018 RiddimRyder and I hit the road at 5am to make it to Detroit Michigan by 8am for a full day of exploring, adventures, laughs and more.

After some questioning by the customs and border patrol agents we were finally in and ready to explore one of our favourite cities.

We would end up exploring 10 abandoned locations, mostly schools and churches as there are just so many of them.

This church was constructed in 1911 and served as a Hungarian church and also served many other religious groups until it was eventually closed and left in this abandoned state.

It is not in terrible shape, I have certainly seen worse.

The highlight of this location is the hand painted ceiling and stained glass windows that remain, mostly undamaged.

The area of Detroit where this now abandoned church is located was settled by many immigrants from Eastern Europe, especially from Hungry and Romania, in the years before World War I. A smaller number came in that short interval after World War I when the United States welcomed immigrants. There were many industries located in or near this area including the large Cadillac Clark Avenue plant that opened in 1921 and was the major production point for Cadillacs until Hamtramck Assembly opened in 1986.

The population of this area went down rapidly in the years after World War II. The homes were very modest workingmen’s structure when they were built and the area was intersected by numerous rail lines and highways used frequently by many trucks. The federal government’s housing policies after World War II made it quite easy for the residents of urban neighborhoods such as Delray—even if their incomes were low—to move to the outlying section of Detroit with their newer homes or into the booming suburban ring. I believe that this parish closed in the 1980s. At some points in the past, the church may have served as a home for an African-American congregation but there was never a very dense black population in the Delray neighborhood of Detroit. This is a rather unattractive section of Detroit. The Detroit Wastewater Treatment plant dominates the landscape

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Also some clips filmed with a GoPro Hero5

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Mirrored Ceiling Retreat Time Capsule House

Abandoned Funeral Home

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Midnight in a Abandoned Church Cleveland Ohio



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and another one! After filming the Masonic Temple we walked down to this abandoned church. Little did we know what we would run into. We are doing a 30 like overnight challenge if this video can get 30 likes we will do an over night challenge here!! Special thanks to Adam Begin Photography and his friend David. Find them on Facebook. Like, Subscribe, and Comment down below for any requests. Thanks for watching!! Sorry for reuploading viewers said they could not view on computer!!!

Disrespected and Abandoned Catholic Church Explored | St. Margaret Mary of Detroit | Part 1 of 3



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This is part 1 of 3 of the St. Margaret Mary of Detroit series. I originally went to explore this Catholic church expecting for it to be a normal video. Fortunately for all of us, I had some wonderful surprises. These surprises has prompted me to create a 3 part series that takes me through 3 different buildings within one explore.

I’m releasing these 3 videos over a span of 3 days (back to back to back) and I am hoping you embrace and enjoy all of them.

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The Abandoned Detroit Kettering High School: Everything Was Destroyed But the Dishes

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St. Margaret Mary was founded in June of 1920, with its first service held in a doctor’s office on Bewick Avenue on Detroit’s east side. Any doubts he may have had about the viability of the parish were quickly wiped away, as the congregation grew quickly, and began construction of a church building on the corner of Warren Avenue and Lemay Street in late July. Within seven weeks the construction of the church was far enough along that services could be held in it, and was finished by December. Just six months had passed from founding to finishing.

In 1982, the Detroit Archdiocese closed St. Margaret Mary Church, which was only averaging about 50 to 65 parishioners on Sundays. The aging church building needed significant repairs, the cost of which could only be born by a larger congregation. Two years later, the church, parish house and the school (which had closed in 1970) were sold to Hill of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, which moved in 1984.

As recently as October of 2011 Hill of Calvary was still holding services in the church building. There were tentative plans to reopen the school as a community center, but the shrinking congregation was struggling to maintain and repair the sanctuary, which had fallen into disrepair. Sometime in late 2011 or early 2012 services were moved into the basement of the parish house in between the church and school. In August of 2012, the parish house and old sanctuary are broken into and badly vandalized. Musical instruments were stolen, and the perpetrators tried to set the church on fire. Police were called but weren’t able to make the scene, suggesting to the church that they file a report online. The parish house was boarded up a few days later, and has not been active since.

Exploring a beautiful abandoned church – Everything left completely untouched



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Churches are a very major presence in Detroit. Every street corner, industrial area, decaying suburb, you’ll ALWAYS find a church. The unfortunate circumstances of this church are very sad, as scrappers and vandals have been going at it full force since the production of this video. All of it’s stain glass windows have been stripped and much of the valuable metals and material are completely ripped out.

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Exploring an abandoned church in Los Angeles, California – Allowed Inside



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We had heard about this abandoned church, but we thought it was being torn down. It turns out that it is being restored, but we were allowed to go inside it for a bit and capture what was left.

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Urban Exploration: Abandoned Church Indiana



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Hello friends! This video features the exploration of an abandoned Methodist church located in Indiana. The date inscribed on the structure is 1927 which is when it became a church, but the 3,256 square foot building itself was constructed in 1898 when it was used as a one-room school house beforehand. The church has been abandoned as such since 1959 due to lack of religious support. The property was purchased by a man who lives in Texas in 2009. My sources show that he acquired the property in exchange for assuming tax liabilities. I am assuming that was so he could make money from the State should they decide to purchase the land from him in order to add an interchange at that overpass where the church sits — an investment. Either that, or for sentimental reasons as he was from the area long before he moved to Texas. These ideas are just conjecture on my part going by the information I was able to find. Nevertheless, it’s been left to rot and doesn’t appear to be able to be restored due to its poor location sitting on only one acre of land too close to the freeway. Thanks for watching! 🙂