The abandoned home of the five black doors is at 13622 U.S. Route 29 (Wards Road) in Lynchburg, Virginia. Much of the history of this 3 bedroom ...
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Curated by Laura Brown
Well, a defunct amusement park with a bit of crazy history. The park is located in scenic Mercer County of West Virginia. C.T. Snidow opened the amusement park in 1926. It was a host to many fun rides and some water attractions. Unfortunately, the...
I want to share with you my visit to a very picturesque abandoned institution. I’m not going to name this location because I do not want to blow it up and hear bitching and moaning from annoying explorers. The only thing I will say is that it is...
History is a part of all of us. Not only do we have historic events that happen around the world we have historic events that happen within our family circles. These family historical events are what once formed the family that once was and has been forgotten. We can not forget where we have come from.
Ancient underwater cities and other marine archaeology sites have only been discovered in the last few decades, as technology that was needed to excavate underwater ruins was not previously available. The following five astonishing underwater finds have unearthed secrets of the ancient world and made scientists and historians rethink previously accepted facts about history.
Some places were considered lost in time, like Camelot or El Dorado and yet it seems that these are actually legendary places, which never actually existed. Other places like the great Great, ancient city of Troy and the Viking age territory of Bjarmaland were thought mythical, but evidence shows that these places did exist, in real time and space.