Urban Exploration in Detroit City: Episode 12| 52Skillz



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A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to climb in some skyscrapers, break into some abandoned churches and explore them in Detroit City. Urban exploration is one of the coolest things I’ve done for a long time, and will be definitely doing it in my home town.

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Flavor Fest: Urban Leadership Conference Crossover Church w/ Pastor Tommy “Urban Disciple” Kyllonen



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He got raised in Philadelphia and strayed away from God as a teen, but recommitted his life to Christ at the age of 18. He felt a call from God to go into urban youth ministry and went on to study at Southeastern College in Lakeland, Florida. He graduated in 1996 with a BA degree in pastoral studies and a concentration in youth ministry and released his debut album called “keep it real”.

In that same year Urban D. founded the youth ministry at Crossover Community Church in Tampa, Florida. Tommy “Urban D.” Kyllonen has been in full time urban ministry for over 20 years at Crossover Church in Tampa, Florida (www.crossoverchurch.org). He has been the lead pastor for over 14 years. Under his leadership the church has grown from 40 to over 1,000. This multi-ethnic, multi-generational, economically diverse church has become a model. They recently relocated to a 43,000 square foot retail building that was a former Toys R’ Us in the heart of Tampa’s inner-city. Outreach Magazine recognized Crossover as one of America’s Most Innovative Churches. Crossover has also been featured in USA Today, Newsweek, CBS News, BET News, and several regional media outlets. Tommy has also been featured on TBN, 700 Club, and regularly on CTN and JUCE TV Networks. Urban D. is an internationally known hip-hop artist that has released 8 full length albums and several remix projects. He has performed and spoken at concerts and conferences across the U.S. as well as overseas in Japan, Australia, The UK, Germany, and Nigeria.

Tommy also founded the annual “Flavor Fest” Conference which is hosted at Crossover each fall. The event has trained close to 2,000 leaders and become the icon event in the Christian Hip-Hop Community since it’s inception in the year 2000. Tommy also publishes The S.O.U.LMAG magazine (www.thesoulmag.com). S.O.U.LMAG has published 16 issues and become the voice of the Christian Hip-Hop Community in print.

Urban D. mentors several artists at his church as it has become a breeding ground for those wanting to impact the culture through the arts. He is excited to partner with Secret anthem as helping artists go to the next level is his heart beat. “As the traditional music industry is crumbling a new model is emerging and I believe Secret Anthem will be a part of helping artists develop their craft and get connected.”

Vegan Food Taste Test Mukbang from Urban Beets in Milwaukee Wisconsin



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Perilous River Crossing for Urbex Urban Exploration Reno Nevada Abandoned Farm



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Sneak Preview | Urban Exploring with Freaktography Abandoned Power Plant



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Sneak Preview | Urban Exploring with Freaktography Abandoned Power Plant

This Abandoned New York Power plant was built in the late 1940’s when the during a time when the hunger for electricity was rapidly increasing. The original design consisted of two boilers providing steam to a single turbine unit.

A few short years later two additional boilers were added to power a second turbine giving the plant a total output of 70MW. In the late 1980’s there was talks of converting the plat from coal burning into garbage burning however with a 50 million dollar price tag, it didn’t make it passed the planning stage.

By 2000 area residents were complaining about the increasing emissions from the plant. The plant owners blamed the increased emissions on high levels of sulfur in the coal & a state inspector was sent out & determined that the emissions violated federal standards.

Today the plant sits slowly decaying without a shred of hope of ever being powered back up again.

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Urban Catholic School Abandoned and In Shambles | St. Margaret Mary of Detroit | Part 2 of 3



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This is part 2 of 3 of the St. Margaret Mary of Detroit series. I originally went to explore this Catholic church expecting for it to be a normal video. Fortunately for all of us, I had some wonderful surprises. These surprises has prompted me to create a 3 part series that takes me through 3 different buildings within one explore.

I’m releasing these 3 videos over a span of 3 days (back to back to back) and I am hoping you embrace and enjoy all of them.

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Disrespected and Abandoned Catholic Church Explored | St. Margaret Mary of Detroit | Part 1 of 3

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St. Margaret Mary was founded in June of 1920, with its first service held in a doctor’s office on Bewick Avenue on Detroit’s east side. Any doubts he may have had about the viability of the parish were quickly wiped away, as the congregation grew quickly, and began construction of a church building on the corner of Warren Avenue and Lemay Street in late July. Within seven weeks the construction of the church was far enough along that services could be held in it, and was finished by December. Just six months had passed from founding to finishing.

In 1982, the Detroit Archdiocese closed St. Margaret Mary Church, which was only averaging about 50 to 65 parishioners on Sundays. The aging church building needed significant repairs, the cost of which could only be born by a larger congregation. Two years later, the church, parish house and the school (which had closed in 1970) were sold to Hill of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, which moved in 1984.

As recently as October of 2011 Hill of Calvary was still holding services in the church building. There were tentative plans to reopen the school as a community center, but the shrinking congregation was struggling to maintain and repair the sanctuary, which had fallen into disrepair. Sometime in late 2011 or early 2012 services were moved into the basement of the parish house in between the church and school. In August of 2012, the parish house and old sanctuary are broken into and badly vandalized. Musical instruments were stolen, and the perpetrators tried to set the church on fire. Police were called but weren’t able to make the scene, suggesting to the church that they file a report online. The parish house was boarded up a few days later, and has not been active since.

Abandoned Nuclear Power Plant



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We explored a place we refer to as Government Spider. This is one of the most epic places we have ever explored. Visit our Facebook for more adventures, www.facebook.com/ChurchOfAtomUE

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ABANDONED 310 West Church St Apartments | Jacksonville, FL



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ABANDONED Annie Lytle Elementary School | Jacksonville, FL



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Built in 1917, it was abandoned in the 60s when I95 was constructed, the highway being located just a stone’s throw away from it. The Annie Lytle Preservation Group has been cleaning out this abandoned school in Jacksonville for the past few years hoping one day that someone will purchase this building and save it. You can see how it used to look here:

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THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 2: Desolate Abandoned Detroit Church Urban Exploring with Freaktography



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THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 2: Desolate Abandoned Detroit Church Urban Exploring with Freaktography

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Abandoned Detroit East Grand Methodist Church

The now abandoned Detroit East Grand Methodist Church was founded in the 1888, when the land was farmland. For 12 years the church moved from one location to another, “…and four times was obliged to take quarters either adjoining to or above a saloon, where the tinkle of the slot piano mingled with doxology,” according to the Detroit Free Press newspaper in 1908.

In 1899, the church moved to a new location, building a wood frame chapel in 1900. The congregation grew to 149 in 1904, and in 1907, Reverend Charles Ryerson was assigned to lead the church, no longer a mission. His first goal was the construction of a new church on land that had been bought a few blocks away. On one Sunday alone, he raised $10,000 towards the construction of the church.

The cornerstone was laid down in a ceremony June 27th, 1908, attended by leaders of other Methodist Churches from across the city. Made of red paving brick with gray stone trimmings, the sanctuary seated 750, with a gym in the basement serving as a community center. Construction had proceeded enough to where services were being held in the unfinished basement by September of 1909.

Reverend Ryerson didn’t stay long at the partially completed church, however, having come to odds with Methodist leadership over the direction his faith was taking. In September of 1909 the congregation of Fisher Church split, with one half supporting Ryerson, and the other half opposing him. His congregation retreated back to the previous location on Bellevue, while accusations about his conduct were made and responded to in the newspapers. Facing banishment to a church in North Dakota, he and 75 supporters withdrew from the Methodist Episcopal church, renaming themselves The People’s Tabernacle. Fisher Methodist continued on under Reverend Samuel Jennings, and the church was formally dedicated in March of 1910.

There is little history of East Grand Boulevard Methodist from the 1940’s on, aside from that the church was dissolved in 1985, and replaced by Second Unity Full Gospel Baptist Church, which left in 2000. The church has been vacant since then.

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Freaktography: Photographing the typically Desolate off-limits and Derelict unseen parts of civilization. The photographer behind Freaktography is a modern day explorer choosing to seek out and show the wonders and mysteries of our own backyards through unconventional photography and adventurous Urban Exploring of Vacant and Lost Places Full of Decay

Want to use my Gear?
Here is what I use..

Nikon D7500 w/ 18-140mm VR lens –

GoPro HERO5 Black –

Sigma 10-20 Wide Angle Lens –

Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Lens –

Manfrotto 190 Go! Carbon Fiber Tripod –

Aputure Amaran 198 LED Light –

Mastercraft 200 Lumen Rechargeable Headlamp –

4,000 Lumen Rechargeable Tactical Waterproof Flashlight –

*********************************************************************

Filmed with a Nikon D7500

Amazon Link –

Also some clips filmed with a GoPro Hero5

Amazon Link –

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Check out some of my most popular video uploads…

Return to the House Where I Found Money in a Mattress

Church of Scientology Forgotten Canadian Headquarters

Ghost Captured on Film

Abandoned 70’s Pop Culture House Time Capsule House

Mirrored Ceiling Retreat Time Capsule House

Abandoned Funeral Home

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Freaktography: Abandoned Places, Urban Exploration, Photography of the normally unseen and off-limits.