Urban Exploration: Abandoned Navy Hospital Charleston, SC

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This main hospital building, built from 1940-1942, consisted of two central buildings with eight treatment wings and a central courtyard. The wings provided separate facilities for newly emerging medical specialties, while the courtyard provided outdoor space for patients. This Naval Hospital continued to serve sailors and their families until its closure in 1972.

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She is in the walls! Satanic House – Urban Exploring

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Urban Exploration: ABANDONED Hotel – Detroit Lee Plaza

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Lee Plaza was our last destination of the Detroit trip. The wrap up for all abandonments is on this clip. Thanks for watching. I promise we will improve our video and audio quality on the next trip. I also promise to put more humor, more surprises, and more adventure into the future. If you are a fan, please email me and let me know what you like, what you don’t like, and where you would like me to go next. Thanks again.

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Join us, and we will explore the bowels of decay. Hospitals, Lunatic asylums, factories, old mills, and even prisons are just a few of the places we go. The great thing about our channel is I respond to comments, and I always invite you on my next journey. If you like what you see, come out and join me on my next adventure. Half the fun is on video. Most of it is between the camera clips. We jump, climb, and crawl our way toward fun. Let’s go. – Burt & Tom.

Dierks Bentley/Keith Urban – Woman, Amen / Female (Home Free Cover)

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mysterious abandoned buildings in michigan: urban exploration of possible ghost town

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this old farming community is right at the outer edge of the chicago suburbs. the planes you hear are going to and from ohare international airport. this was .

i found this place by accident. fwiw the reason i dont tell the world where this place is located, is to protect this place from the world. … This video was created .

there are only a few people left in this place the reason I dont tell the world the location of this place is to protect this place from the world. … This video was .

Urban Youth Orchestra Is Sweet Music To Kansas City Community | TODAY

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When musician Darryl Chamberlain noticed that school music programs in his native Kansas City had been decimated by budget cuts, he decided to do something about it. Teaching lessons and buying instruments secondhand, he launched the A-Flat Orchestra, made up of children ages 10 to 17. TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones reports.
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HATE CRIME: “Urban Youth” Murders Elderly Woman in Jackson, MS (Shot in the Back of the Head)

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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) – Hinds County Coroner Sharon Grisham-Stewart says 80-year-old Janie Fullilove was wearing the same clothing when she was killed that she wore to work Friday. Grisham-Stewart says she suspects Fullilove was killed Friday night.

The coroner said Fullilove was shot twice, once in the back of the head and once in the abdomen. She was also hit in the head. Jackson police tell us a neighbor discovered Fullilove’s body Saturday evening in the shed behind her Merigold Drive home some time after 5 p.m. Fullilove’s silver 2010 Volvo was also missing.

Investigators were able to determine that 17-year-old Kahlil Kennedy was last seen driving the vehicle.

According to police, Fullilove’s vehicle was found Sunday morning at the Westwick Apartments on Flag Chapel Road.

Kennedy, of Jackson, was taken into custody Sunday morning. He is charged with capital murder and auto theft. Investigators say the motive appears to have been robbery. The case will be presented to a Grand Jury. Kennedy is believed to have a prior juvenile record.

A neighbor says Kennedy was Fullilove’s neighbor until he moved about a year ago, and Kennedy would do odd jobs around the house for Fullilove.

About 50 people gathered in a south Jackson neighborhood Wednesday afternoon to express outrage over the slaying. Community leaders, ministers, law enforcement officers and neighbors spoke out about the brutal death.

“Honestly, we are mad as hell that this kind of stuff has happened down here in this community and we are going to call upon the citizens of Jackson, to also be angry about this kind of thing happening in our midst and to decide, we are not going to tolerate it any more,” said Bishop Ronnie Crudup of New Horizon Church International.

Jackson Police Chief Rebecca Coleman and Hinds County Sheriff Tyrone Lewis were present at the gathering.

Monday, Fullilove’s community of friends talked about what a true inspiration and companion she was to so many.

“She loved God. She did everything she could for anybody or anything, and we will miss her tremendously,” voices Sunday school class member Claudia Tisdale.

Neighbors say Fullilove was a kind woman, always looking out for the needs of others.

“She was just very neighborly, very kind, always looking out for the neighbors. She gave me a little puppy about two weeks ago. Well, one of the neighbors was moving and so she wanted to make sure this little dog had a nice home,” recalls Stephany Brown.

Fullilove had also been a long-time employee of Paul Moak Honda, and after 54 years of service, her co-workers say she was more than your average employee.

“She went through a number of number two pencils, lots of rolls of paper, and she shifted over to computers. And she was quite an inspiration to be her age,” Paul Moak said.

Moak adds that over the decades with his company, he was able to see Fullilove’s transition with technology and challenges in her own life.

“She grew up in the depression in Yazoo County, came here and started working at a young age with our company. And just kept on keeping on. She went through some difficult things. She had cancer in her younger days and dealt with that,” recalls Moak.

Fullilove’s friends, although grieving, described her with few, but powerful words.

“Just a normal, kind, faithful human being,” states Tisdale.

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Pastor who goes “undercover” as a homeless man is reminiscent of an urban based social experiment

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After spending half an hour incognito in his new church prior to services and finding that only a very few congregants would even return his greeting (much less respond to his pleas for money to buy food), he reveals himself to his new flock and delivers to them a lesson in Christian compassion.

But as for this particular version of the “incognito clergyman” tale, it appears to be a fabricated story. No one has yet identified a real pastor by the name of Jeremiah Steepek (or a similar variant of that name) or found any church, large or small, headed by a pastor with that name. Nor has anyone been able to verify the event described, even though it was supposedly witnessed by several thousand congregants.
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Early morning on June 23, Willie lay under a tree on the church lawn covered up by a big overcoat. He still had not shaved or combed his hair. He wondered how many people would approach him and offer him food, or a place to sit inside an air conditioned room, or just see how they could help. Twenty people spoke to him and offered some type of assistance.

While he preached, his daughter-in-law cut his hair and his daughter helped shave off his scruffy beard. He changed shoes, and beneath the overcoat, he was wearing his Sunday clothes. He put on a tie and his suit coat, all the while continuing to preach his message. Before the 200 people gathered that morning, he went from looking like a homeless person to the new pastor of the congregation.

The sermon title was “The Least Used Parts of the Body” and based on I Corinthians 12:12-15. According to Pastor Lyle, “Often the least used parts of the body are the ones that mean the most, like our heart and mind. We need to understand that there are no small or least used parts in the body of Christ.
Pastor Willie’s wife, Suzette, dropped him off in downtown Clarksville early Monday morning, June 17, and he lived on the street through the morning of Friday, June 21. In those four and a half days, he learned a great deal about the homeless, the working poor who face hunger daily and those in need of spiritual and emotional help. It was not comfortable.

Urban Exploration: Il convento delle serpi

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Where Elvi production urbex trip presents urban exploration in the lost convent of the snakes. Original Dark ambient music by Uzbazur, Video by Elvira Macchiavelli. Thanks for watching.
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BARE USA | Urban Exploration in Ohio | A Journey into Abandoned Ohio

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BARE USA is a nation wide photography project that contrast natural beauty with man-made decay. This contrast is achieved by photographing nude models in abandoned locations.

BARE USA sets it sites on Ohio. The journey into abandoned Ohio was not an easy one. I traveled across the state, exploring places like the Ohio Reformatory, the Lima Tuberculosis hospital, and the Fairborn Cement Factory.

Of the abandoned Ohio locations, the Lima Tuberculosis hospital was the creepiest, because it was a hospital, where a lot of people died. Not only is it secluded; it’s dangerous. The floors have nearly surrendered to gravity and time, and threaten to give way at any moment. It is great example of man-made decay and a definite contender for a photo shoot.

I also explored the Ohio Reformatory, known as the Mansfield Reformatory. Although this place was a blast to explore, it isn’t technically abandoned, because it’s a museum – but a very unique museum. They leave it raw, with paint flaking off the walls, rusty metal exposed, and crumbling furniture in the jail cells. This place would make for some great fine art photos, but unfortunately it didn’t quite fit the criteria of the project.

Lastly, I explored an abandoned cement factory in Fairborn, Ohio. It was a really cool example of industrial decay, with old equipment scattered all around and cement caked over everything. There was a lot to explore, but I had to be especially careful because there was a working facility directly next door. It was interesting, but not quite right for my shoot.

In the end, I chose to shoot the TB hospital in Lima, Ohio because of the accessibility, seclusion, level of decay, and lighting. In this video, you will see all of the abandoned Ohio locations I explored leading up to the photo shoot and the final results!

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0:10 Brooksfield Air Force Station
1:51 Ohio Reformatory
4:50 Lima Tuberculosis hospital
8:10 Fairborn Cement Factory
11:39 Conclusion

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