Judas Priest in Corpus Christi. KK Downing, Ian Hill. Michael Gibson shot video of the Judas Priest members as they accepted a huge glass British Steel and stopped to talk to us.
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Forest Hill Church of Christ in Fort Worth, Tx. singing “Jesus”
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Let’s take a look at this mysterious road that defies gravity in Pittsburgh. It is very intriguing and apparently nobody knows that such a strange road exists here. Towards the end of the video, I’ll give you the exact address, and you can go check it out for yourself and may be take your friends and freak them out.
We are sitting inside my car and the road is clearly going downhill. So, we take the car downhill and stop at this stop sign. Now, we put the car in neutral. But, when you take your feet of the gas and the brake – instead of moving forward, the car starts moving backwards. Why is the car going uphill on this road? And its starts accelerating so fast, we have to hit the brakes and stop the car!
This is really hard to believe and some of you may even wonder if I am using camera tricks to fool you. So, I went home and came back with a few things. I am pushing this ball downhill and watch what happens. It goes down because of my push, but then it stops and starts to roll back up hill, and knocks down my camera. Why do things defy the law of gravity on this road?
I’ll give you the exact address of this strange road, so if you live in Pennsylvania, you can test it for yourself. It is located at the intersection of McKinney Road, and Kummer Road in Allison Park, Pittsburgh. There is more than one intersection between these roads, so it’s a little hard to find this spot. On my Tom Tom GPS, the address that I enter is 601 McKinney Road, Allison Park. The longitude and latitude coordinates are 40.612790 and -80.026050.
Now, I am going to explain why such a mysterious phenomenon is happening on this road. There is a scientific explanation behind it, even though I personally find it hard to believe. I am placing a carpenter’s level on the road, and incredibly it shows that this road is NOT going downhill. But when you see it with your naked eye, you can swear that it is going downhill. Somehow, the carpenter’s level clearly shows that the road is going downhill towards the opposite direction, which explains why the cars and balls rolled back from the stop sign. This is known as a “Gravity Hill” Phenomenon. The road seems to be playing a clever trick with my eyes and even with my camera, it seems impossible to believe that the road is going down on the opposite direction.
If you live around Pittsburgh, please do drive to this place and take a look at this road. Remember to take a few people with you, and believe me they will be really shocked.
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Pastor Chris Hill of The Potter’s House -Denver talks about how his church is helping the surviving victims of the Aurora Colorado shooting.
2010 Annual Choir Day Concert
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Opening song for Easter services
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Athens, Georgia historian and author Charlotte Thomas Marshall gives a slide tour of Oconee Hill Cemetery, where she has given walking tours for decades. The program was originally presented at Athens-Clarke County Library in May 2016, and this version was recorded at the Winterville Center for Community and Culture in November 2016.
Across the street from Sanford Stadium is Oconee Hill Cemetery, an Athens jewel and a place many Athenians have never visited. Opened in 1856, it was designed by James Camak as a Victorian natural landscape, or park-like, cemetery. Originally 17 acres, it has grown over the years to almost 100 acres, and is filled with beautiful tombstones and mausoleums marking graves with familiar names such as Cobb, Lumpkin, Church, Hill, Hodgson, and many others. Oconee Hill is the final resting place of UGA Presidents, Confederate Generals, governors, senators, cabinet members, musicians and the many talented people who made Athens the special place it has become over the past 200 years.
Charlotte Thomas Marshall was the first woman to serve as a trustee of Oconee Hill Cemetery and is a founding member of the Friends of Oconee Hill Cemetery. She is the author of the book “Oconee Hill Cemetery of Athens, Georgia, Volume 1” and is presently working on the three concluding volumes. Mrs. Marshall has written or edited five other books on Athens history and genealogy, including the recent “The Tangible Past in Athens, Georgia,” the recipient of the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council’s Award for Excellence in Documenting Georgia’s History. She has given walking tours of the cemetery for over 45 years.