Ghost Hunting (Gone Wrong) | Cry Baby Bridge Iowa



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Ghost hunting in Iowa looking for Cry Baby Bridge!
Ottumwa, Iowa locals claim that a mother had her newborn baby baptized in at the Mars Hill Church. Later that day, she threw it in the river off the near by bridge. Locals also claim that if they turn off the lights of their car while sitting on the bridge, that they will hear the disembodied sounds of a baby crying. Did we wait till sundown to sit on a bridge…. no but he had a pretty big adventure.

While researching for our road trip thought Iowa, Natalie discovered a story about a haunted bridge. Suckers for ghost stories… how can we resist. After driving down a dark and scary (probably private road), visiting the Mars Hill Church and cemetery, we found the new bridge. Natalie, not content to just let this go, decided that we need to get out of the car and going tromping up and down the river bed looking for the pillars of the old bridge and stoping every so often to listen for the cry of a ghost baby. Did we debunk the bridge… no. Did we scare ourselves silly and have a blast in the mean time…. HELL YES! Ghost hunting fail but adventure for the win!

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Metal Detecting A Ghost Town Finds Awesome Boot Plate, Coins and Relics on the Surface!



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Watch our full length metal detecting movie here Team Dirt Fishin America travels to a long lost ghost town to metal detect in the high desert of Nevada. The dry desert doesn’t allow much to sink, leaving the coins and relics virtually on the surface! Chinese coins, seated liberty and more! Finding, coins and relics. Digging the past!

Deep Creek Outfitters – Fayetteville, North Carolina – Cape Fear River



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Deep Creek Outfitters located in Fayetteville, North Carolina is set to take over Riverside Bait and Tackle and offer customers an amazing experience by the river. The historic downtown Fayetteville area is rapidly growing and Deep Creek Outfitters will be a part of the community in serving live baits for fishing, hand-scooped ice cream, custom made Chocolate courtesy of The Chocolate Lady and a full service grill, Deep Creek Grill.

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Old Brownsville Texas City Jail Paranormal Investigation – Audio Enhanced



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The Graveyard Shift Paranormal Investigations team investigated the Brownsville, Texas Old City Jail building back in February 2012, here is the investigation and paranormal evidence. The audio has been enhanced and made louder on this video, due to the sound quality on the previously uploaded video. Graveyard Shift Paranormal maintains the commercial right to everything in this video.

LOAM HUNTING – Eccher Trail – Mountain Biking Crested Butte, Colorado



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All the fun parts of the 5 1/2hr EPIC. Deadmans Gulch to Cement Mountain, Roaring Judy to Eccher! Let there be LOAM!

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Moose hunting. St. Paul’s Inlet in Gros Morne National Park. Newfoundland Ponies.



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Going in for the second trip ran into three other hunters on the edge of the shore of St. Paul’s Inlet, Gros Morne National Park. Luckily they saw us coming and captured our approach. Thank-you to all the great people who have given something towards this dream of mine coming true, you know who you are.

Runaway Deer Enters Church [ORIGINAL VIDEO]



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A runaway deer enters a church in Bakersfield, Ca

Town of Sheridan Montana The Heart of the Ruby Valley



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Like much of Southwest Montana, the history of Sheridan dates back to the early 1860’s. When those that came to Virginia City in search of gold realized that their dreams were not going to materialize, they began to develop other industries of including agriculture, lumber and mining for minerals other than gold. The story goes that a group of ranchers named the town after Phil Sheridan, a prominent general in the Civil War. It became official when the first post office was established in 1866.

The population of Sheridan showed a steady growth and by 1879 it was about 150. The 2000 census population records 659 residents with many of the founding father’s descendants still claiming it as home. The diverse economy is based on numerous endeavors and services including schools (K-12), ranches, hospital, motel, restaurants, legal services, real estate, churches, banks, grocery and more. A county maintained airport is located approximately 8 miles NW near Twin Bridges with paved runways over 4,000 feet long and fuel and mechanic available.

The land is surrounded by the Madison, Tobacco Root, Ruby and Gravelly Mountain ranges and proximate to the blue ribbon waters of the Ruby, Beaverhead, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers creating the hub better known as the Ruby Valley. Historic Nevada & Virginia City lie just 17 miles south with summer offerings that include the Virginia City Players Theater and Brewery Follies cabaret along with numerous historical and tourist activities. Commercial air service, expanded commercial and social enterprise and university systems are available in nearby Butte (pop 33,892) about 54 miles north via Highway 41 or 87 miles west via MT Hwy 287 in Bozeman (pop 30, 723).

Southwest Montana towns like Sheridan are tightly bound together by their acute love of the community, the beautiful scenery, colorful inhabitants, and deeply rooted family values. The town residents have been described as laid-back, slow-paced, gentle, unworldly, and hospitable. We’ll proudly agree with that.

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