Most Beautiful Places In America HD 2014



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Europe is great and Asia is awesome, but the song says America the beautiful.

These hidden places prove you don’t need to spend big bucks and make a transatlantic trek– the world’s most beautiful wonders have been here all along, right in your American backyard.

1. Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Fur trappers stumbled upon this “boiling lake” less than 200 years ago.

2. Kilauea Volcano and Thurston Lava Tube at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Kilauea has been spewing lava without stop since 1983 in what is one of the longest-lived volcanic eruptions of modern times. Below it snakes a complex cave network that was carved from a river of lava 500 years ago.

3. Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine
George Washington himself oversaw construction on this lighthouse, which originally burned lamps made with whale oil.

4. Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Snuggled on the tip of Alaska, this Arctic Amazon is bursting with caribou, raptors, wolverines, and… wait for it… baby porcupines.

5. Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, Utah
Like at other Latter-day Saints temples, you’ll need to get baptized and meet with a bishop before you go inside. Once you do, 10 acres of one of Brigham Young’s first churches are yours to explore.

6. Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Colorado
We think the indigenous Ute tribe is responsible for the cryptic etchings we’ve found on this park’s red rock walls. We’ve also found carefully-built fire rings from 3,000 years ago.

7. Gila Cliff Dwellings in Catron, New Mexico
Scholars are fairly certain these intricate caverns were home to American Indian families over 700 years ago. From them, we’ve unearthed a mummified infant whom researchers call Zeke.

8. Palouse Falls in Franklin/Whitman Counties, Washington
In 2009, kayaker Tyler Bradt ran his kayak — on purpose — down the 180-foot drop.

9. Windsor Ruins in Claiborne County, Mississippi
A wealthy landowner used slave labor to build this expansive plantation house in the 1800s. He died a few weeks after moving in, and a freak fire later burned down the building. All that remain are 23 crumbling, solitary columns.

10. Painted Hills in Wheeler County, Oregon
The different-colored bands represent the hills’ slow growth over 30 million years. Archeologists have found remains of primitive camels and rhinos here.

11. White Sands National Monument in Alamogordo, New Mexico
This flat is incredibly rare because it’s made of gypsum, which is usually dissolved by rainfall.

12. Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona
Grand Canyon looky-loos forget to seek out this funky-shaped bend in the Colorado River, which is “nearby” in Arizona terms.

13. Castle Rock in Gove County, Kansas
Eons ago, an ancient sea covered the Midwest. This chalk deposit 11 miles off the freeway is our souvenir.

14. Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
Home of the real Oregon Trail.

15. Skagit Valley tulip fields in Mount Vernon, Washington
You don’t have to schlep to Amsterdam for fields that burst into bloom– there’s more serenity and space at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, which locals celebrate each April.

16. Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes in Death Valley National Park, California
You’ve always thought “Star Wars” was filmed in a galaxy far, far away. It wasn’t.

17. Gillette Castle State Park in East Haddam, Connecticut
This estate belonged to actor William Gillette, famous for portraying Sherlock Holmes onstage in the 1900s. Gillette named his cobblestoned castle Seventh Sister and installed a series of hidden mirrors to monitor guests at all times.

18. Canyon de Chelly National Monument in Apache County, Arizona
According to Navajo tradition, Spider Rock’s second spire is home to Spider Woman, the creator of the free world.

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4 Top Abandoned Places in USA – California – Pennsylvania



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Haunted Places in Alaska



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From Anchorage to Juneau, Fairbanks to Wasilla, Sitka to Ketchikan, The Last Frontier has facinating history and terrifying hauntings hiding behind every turn. Which is why The Speakeasy presents our picks for the most haunted places in Alaska. Enjoy!

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Enough is enough: Most Holy Trinity leads church divestment from banks



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With numerous foreclosures in his parish, Father Eddie Samaniego finally said, “enough is enough” to the banks and their loan modification policies. His church, Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in San Jose, is one of the first to divest its funds from Bank of America to a local credit union. The movement is gaining momentum as more and more churches and individuals divest their money from big banks.

Haunted Places in Virginia



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From Virginia Beach to Norfolk, Chesapeake to Richmond, Newport News, Alexandria, and more! Check out these haunted graves, schools, churches, buildings and other locations throughout the old dominion! These are our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in Virginia! Enjoy!

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Haunted Places in Minnesota



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From Minneapolis to Saint Paul, Duluth to Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, Maple Grove, and more! We’re checking out the scary haunted locations Minnesota has to offer! Enjoy!

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20 Most UNSETTLING Places Ever



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From the Voodoo markets of Africa, to the loneliest road in the USA, these are the 20 most UNSETTLING Places EVER !

20.Akodessewa Fetish Market
LOCATION – Lome, Togo
Many of you are familiar, or have at least heard of, VOODOO. Although Haiti is seen as the biggest stronghold for this dark magic, voodoo originated from Africa, and it still practiced to this day.

19.Manpupuner Rock
LOCATION – Komi Republic, Russia
Also known as the Seven Strong men Rock Formations, this set of 7 gigantic stone pillars is a sight to behold. Especially in winter time.

18. Paris Catacombs
LOCATION – Paris, France
When the first sign that greets you is “STOP, HERE LIES THE EMPIRE OF DEATH”, you know things are about to get very creepy.

17. Mutter Museum
LOCATION – Pennsylvania, USA
Slides of Einstein’s brain, Grover Cleveland’s tumor, a piece of John Wilkes Booth, the liver of the famous “Siamese Twins”, this is the kind of cool stuff you can find at the Mutter Medical Museum. And that’s only a fraction of the 1300 specimens on display. They have about 20,000 specimens hidden from the public eye.

16.Oradour – sur – glane
LOCATION – HAUTE- VIENNE, FRANCE
Oradour – sur – glane is a well preserved French village that suffered almost complete destruction by the Nazi Waffen – SS. In total, 642 villagers were brutally murdered, including 247 women, and 205 children.

15. Door to Hell
LOCATION – Derweze, Turkmenistan
What do you get when you mix natural gas, shady Soviet science, and a lust for natural resources? An eternal pit of fire that can best be described as the “door to hell”

14. Death Valley
LOCATION – California, USA
Death valley is one of the most extreme locations on earth, it is the point of lowest point below sea level in North America, and it is also the hottest area in the world.

13. Mount Roraima
LOCATION – Pakaraima Mountain Chain, Venezuela
This spectacular geological formation can not be described easily. If the world was flat, and you got the edge of it, this is what it would look like. The mountain is often surrounded by clouds that hide the steep cliff sides, and they create the illusion of an “island in the sky”.

12.Kabayan mummy caves
LOCATION – Kabayan, philippines
During the industrial revolution in the Philippines, loggers near Manila stumbled upon a very strange, and scary site. Hundreds of ancient burial caves, containing mummies were littered across the mountains.

11.Aokigahara
LOCATION – Honshu Island, japan
Since they started counting in the late 60’s, hundreds, if not thousands, of people have decided to end their lives here. Local official have even put up signs, urging people to seek help for their suicidal thoughts, and in an attempt to curb the popularity of the forest

10.Trolltunga
LOCATION – Hordaland, Norway
Okay, lets see how many of these names I get right, Trolltunga, or Troll’s Tongue sits above the Ringedalsvatnet lake, in Hordaland county, Norway

9. Wells of Sacrifice
LOCATION – Chichen Itza, Mexico
The sacred cenote, is a Mayan sacrificial site for the Mayan rain god Chaac. The place is littered with the bones of young men, women, and children.

8.Silfra Rift
LOCATION – Bingvellir, Iceland
Speaking of diving….
This is no ordinary lake… It is part of the rift between the North American and EuroAsian tectonic plates.

7. Mano Del Desierto
LOCATION – Atacama Desert, Chile.
A lot of people think that desert are boring, but as Death Valley and the Atacama Desert prove, they can be the most interesting and disturbing places on earth.

6. Sedlec Ossuary
LOCATION – Sedlec, Czech Republic.
Apart from the awkard spelling, the Czech Republic is home to some truly disturbing sites, and the Sedlec Ossuary is a prime example.

5. Park of Monsters
LOCATION – Lazio, Italy
Also known as the Gardens of Bomarzo, the park of monsters was built sometime during the 16th century. It is a site of great grief and loss, the creator of most of the park was Pier Francesco Orsini, and his motivation was the death of his wife.

4.Route #50
LOCATION – NEVADA, USA
Otherwise known as the “Loneliest Road in America” the 287 mile stretch of road between Ely and Fernley, Nevada, gives every traveler the chance to find or lose themselves.

3.Ghost Church
LOCATION – Lukova, Czech Republic
St. George’s church, otherwise known as the Ghost church is littered with white statues of ghosts preying. Originally built in the 14th century, the church was in complete disrepair and was going to collapse soon

2.Unit 731
LOCATION – Pingfang, China
This location was advertised as the Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Department of the Kwantung Army during WW2, but by the end of the war, it was discovered that the place was a covert biological and chemical warfare research center.

1.Lake Natron
LOCATION – Arusha, Tanzania
Lake Natron is a salt and alkaline lake that provides no comfort for anyone around it. It is inhospitable for most species, but nature always finds a way.

Top 10 Haunted Places Alaska



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Join us as we explore the top 10 most haunted Locations in Alaska. From Haunted Orphanages to Ghosts possessing schools, The Last Frontier is no stranger to paranormal activity.

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List Of Locations featured in this video:

– Birch Hill Cemetery, Fairbanks, AK
– Begich Towers, Whittier, AK
– Motherlode Lodge, Palmer, AK
– Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Fairbanks, AK
– Old Jesse Lee Home for Children, Seward, AK
– Igloo City Hotel, Cantwell, AK
– Wendy Williamson Auditorium, University of Alaska, Anchorage, AK
– Nightmute High School, Nightmute, AK
– Badarka Road, Chugiak, AK
– Red Onion Saloon, Skagway, AK