a very amazing place for sure! Been wanting to film it for a long time. Finally got a chance to check it out.
And no, not super old CW era stuff, just modern day stuff left behind. Changed title to simply historic since just going off owners word. Found this place back when the weather was really hot. This place has a lot of near history - served as a jail, hospital and home. Sorry for the poor camerawork - I was still new at this, and Bekah wasn't with me to film, also hadn't purchased the new light yet. Music credits to purple-planet.com
Like and Subscribe! First structures were built in 1797 by the Native American Cherokee and later inhabited by settlers in the 1800's. They lived there until 1927, when the government forced them from their land. The last resident abandoned his claim in 1937. Some opposed the government and remained in Cades Cove until the 1960's. A part of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, many do not realize the residents of Cades Cove were forced to abandon their homes by the Parks Commission. Many residents abandoned their homes right away, while others tried to fight. Today the abandoned homes are maintained by the Parks Commission and many tourists visit Cades Cove annually making it one of the most beautiful abandoned places.
Finding a ghost town in perfect condition is rare even in Nevada. The real kicker was the clock that was still ticking away, although off by a few hours, it was an interseting thing to see. I discovered this strange place after searching public land maps. I spend a lot of time scouring public land maps to find the best hidden locations rarely visited. When I spotted this place, I knew I had to check it out. I visited this location twice. When I arrived the first time, I was certain something was wrong. There was no way this was abandoned on public land, so I left. I figured it was Private Property, and we try to never enter private property. I went home and cross referenced the Public Land Maps with MyLandMatters.org and County records, and sure enough, this was public BLM land. It was apparent that only 3 or 4 people know this place exists, and they seem to keep the place a secret. I can't say I blame them, and I will not share this location with anyone. Inside the building there is a log book of those who have visited this cabin, and the interesting thing is, there are only 4 entries dating back to the 1970's, and three of those entries were by the same person. This suggests only a very select few know this place exists. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT ... Please turn off ad blocker and support us! We can only make more videos with revenue generated through our ads. Subscribe, share, and like! We appreciate your support. WE DO NOT SHARE LOCATIONS UNLESS IT'S ALREADY WELL KNOWN. Please don't ask, and if you know the location, don't tell. Anyone giving out location information will have their comment deleted and they will be blocked from our our channel. We like to protect these places from vandals and thieves. Giving out information will only hasten the vandalism and theft of the places we enjoy visiting. Sorry, but blame the vandals and thieves. FOLLOW US: Get the latest updates and information. Facebook: https://goo.gl/y7ImVM Twitter: https://goo.gl/qy3Pm9 Instagram: https://goo.gl/NQ068C Forums: http://goo.gl/weQwB5 Want to know the places we visit? Join the forums above and become a trusted member of the community to gain Trusted Member Status. NOTE: We NEVER trespass, but many people want to claim we do, so now we just go along with it to make them happy and say "yes, we trespass". Gear used in this video: DashCam captured with the Rexing V1 (Thank you Rexing!): http://amzn.to/2cdlUyW Video and Photography with this camera: http://amzn.to/2bAUnWC Flashlight ThruNite TN4A (Thank you ThruNite): http://amzn.to/2bmHBqG On camera light: http://amzn.to/2bk8b78 Drone: http://amzn.to/2bSKDVb Microphone: http://amzn.to/2bSSl1w Camera Stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2bmQu3K Respirator Gas Mask: http://amzn.to/2czWw74 Hardhat Light: http://amzn.to/2dwlvXI #Abandoned #Exploring #ExploreWithUs
I found this silver box in grandpa's roof while cleaning his house after he went into a nursing home .
This is the biggest mansion I have ever been in and probably ever seen. Such an epic place but also very fascinating in the sense of how is it possible to leave this size mansion left lost in this day and age? The size of this place was unreal. We was looking around for over 5 hours and still missed a couple things. Was very very easy to get lost in here. I have tried to capture as much as possible for the viewer to enjoy as much as possible. Thanks for watching I hope you enjoy!!!!! Follow me on Instagram for daily uploads......https://www.instagram.com/jay_saunders_86/
This place had a few little surprises in it.
This is Tennessee Wonderland, the film that shows a part of Elkmont that most tourists don't see when they look around at a different row of empty homes at the campground. The Wonderland area of Elkmont is somewhat hidden and is located up on a hill behind trees across from the river. Most people leave Elkmont thinking that they saw the row of homes that are shown in this film, and that's part of what makes this such a special part of Elkmont. It's very likely that far less than 1% of Elkmont's visitors even stop to see this specific area before they reach the campground. Abandoned places are something truly special. Abandoned places hold a certain sadness that people who once roamed these structures had great moments in their lives. And it's even more sad to consider that many of the people who were once in what now are abandoned hotels have long since passed away. To some, an abandoned hotel is an empty building, but to others, it's a key to the past. I hope you enjoy Tennessee Wonderland. Visit jordanliles.com for more details.
Shocked that this place had the back door wide open. Has appliances too. Very strange. Beautiful wood work.
music credits to www.purple-planet.com You have to see what we found in here, super creepy.