Views:438|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:24Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 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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Views:106914|Rating:4.79|View Time:26:12Minutes|Likes:3236|Dislikes:145 Join myself, James The Fam and Tim from Breaking the Shell as we hiked for nearly 10 miles in the middle of the night just to get lost and find an awesome old church in the Smokey Mountains.
Views:18124|Rating:4.42|View Time:20:25Minutes|Likes:129|Dislikes:17 Back in the 1970’s New Hightower Baptist Church was rumorued to haughted. I take a trip to “Hell’s Church” to see if the rumours are true.
Views:13625|Rating:4.08|View Time:1:3Minutes|Likes:40|Dislikes:9 this is a haunted church in south Georgia. People in this area have said for years this church and cemetery is haunted and paranormal activity is claimed to exist. visit: for more GA hauntings info.
Views:8726|Rating:4.98|View Time:21:14Minutes|Likes:276|Dislikes:1 Thank you for joining me on this exploration of a few abandoned places left behind in a declining neighborhood in East Cleveland Ohio. The main urban exploration takes place at an Abandoned Rehoboth Temple. I know very little about the Rehoboth Temple. Me and my friend couldn’t find anything on the history of this abandoned church. So any information on this place would be greatly appreciated. Also there was living quarters inside that had a sign with the name Hollenden House. This I find weird because the Hollenden House was a luxury hotel in Cleveland that was demolished in 1962. Why would this sign be inside this abandoned church? Any input on this would be awesome. I found some other cool items such as Hammond organs, and a C. Kurtzmann antique piano. I really enjoyed this explore and I hope you did also. Please feel free to share any information about this abandoned place. I really want to know what happened to this church.
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