John James at Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit



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House Fire on Central Avenue in Detroit – 12/8/2012



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Battalion 7 responded to a call for smoke coming from a vacant dwelling at 4030 Central Avenue in Detroit, December 7th 2012 and found a fire in the basement. The house appears to have last been lived in by a hoarder, as it was filled basement to attic with junk. Companies attempted to fight the fire in the basement from the outside as they were not able to get down the stairs, but eventually went defensive and let the building burn after securing the exposures. The fire burned until the early morning hours due to all the debris in the basement.

Abandoned church in Detroit mi .



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The origins of what would become Woodward Avenue’s most distinctive and unique churches had a very modest beginning in the basement of the home of Richard Owen on Alger Street on June 25th, 1907. A meeting was held by a group of residents to address the growing number of Presbyterian families moving into the area who did not regularly attend church because the lack of one nearby. The “North Woodward Presbyterian Committee” found that they were 260 families in the area, numbering around 1,000 individuals that could be served by construction of a new church. It was resolved at this meeting to establish such a church, the plan for which was approved by the Presbytery a few months later. The first meeting of public worship of the new church was held in November in the auditorium of a nearby church, attended by 150.

The Satanic Temple of Detroit – The nation’s first state-sanctioned Satanic Ceremony in history



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On December 19, 2015, The Satanic Temple of Detroit held a Satanic ceremony on the steps of the state Capitol in Lansing, Michigan. Transcript of the ceremony speech can be found here:

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Wyoming Mass Choir-Michigan Churches of Christ 38th Annual State Lecturship



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Michigan Churches of Christ 38th Annual State Lecturship -hosted at the Wyoming Avenue Church of Christ (20131 Wyoming Avenue, Detroit, MI. 48221) September 12-14, 2012 (Theme: “NOT THE AGE, NOR THE RAGE, BUT GOD’S LOVE AND MERCY WILL SEE US THROUGH”-Acts 15:36-40) (Topic: “Old and Young Working and Learning Together”)

2 Alarm Fire in a Vacant Apartment Building, Detroit – 10/17/2014



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On October 17th 2014 at 2:58PM, a building fire was reported in the vicinity of Grand River and West Chicago Boulevard. Upon arrival engine 42 found a vacant 4 story apartment building going throughout on two floors and requested 2 additional engines. An interior attack was made, but due to deteriorating fire conditions, all companies were ordered out. A 2nd alarm was requested, and companies went into defensive mode. requested a 2nd alarm, and Defensive operations were set up. Ladders 17 and 7 as well as two engine monitors fought the fire while struggling with low water pressure. The fire was brought mostly under control within two hours, though it continued to flare up for the rest of the night. The Stanhope apartment building was a total loss.

Abandoned Buildings In Detroit | Famous Landmarks, Churches, Houses, and Apartments



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Short Ends features a collection of smaller explores that don’t merit a individual video. Volume 5 features many famous landmarks in Detroit that we were unable to get into, as well as a few churches, J’s Lounge, and several houses.

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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.