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  • Nancy Jones

    December 9, 2014 #1 Author

    Wow wonderful looking church so sad it does not have anyone to love it and
    restore it it just gets so sad to see these places left to decay and die
    and be eventually torn down thanks for this video and taking me along to
    see this place. I appreciate all you do for us your youtube fans and keep
    up the great work you do. much love 

  • jbanks4life

    December 9, 2014 #2 Author

    $2,000 grand, be as good as new, house status!!

  • Abandoned NY

    December 9, 2014 #3 Author

    Wow! Gorgeous, old church. I remember (mainly down south) those wooden
    sermon signs. Looks restorable, in good condition. I hope it gets some TLC
    and maybe working again, for there was a ladder in there, looks like they
    were working on something.

  • Just Chris

    December 9, 2014 #4 Author

    These abandon churches are always Interesting to see. I dont always see
    videos on them but they are great. I now Ben did a video on a Church to a
    while back . You always seem to make my day with these videos . Thank You

  • Far North Weaver

    December 9, 2014 #5 Author

    It looks like it had been a thriving church at one time.
    But what a great place! The Wooden Ceilings in the Main Hall, the Stone
    Masonry, the property itself, what a Gem.

    Is there an owner? Or can you give the general area of the church?

    Just the same,
    Much Thanks for the video! Good Job!

  • AbandonedSC

    December 9, 2014 #6 Author

    Excellent job Remastering this one. Much steadier than the older version.
    Outstanding location!

  • Joluvslilhorses

    December 9, 2014 #7 Author

    I really like this video! It would be nice if the old church could be
    refurbished. Thank you for adding the information about it. I always wonder
    about the history of these places! Thanks for taking me along to places I’d
    never see otherwise!

  • Moonray Silversky

    December 9, 2014 #8 Author

    What a beautiful Church! I just don’t understand how someone would think
    that destroying books is a good idea or something fun to do.If I owned that
    place,I’d turn it into a coffeehouse/club that showcased bands.

  • Abandoned Steve

    December 9, 2014 #9 Author

    New Remastered Video. Join me as I tour this old abandoned church / chapel.
    I shot this video back in Feb 2013 and wasnt happy with how the older video
    which use to be on my channel was edited. I re-edited the video with how I
    do them today. I also added a few extra scenes and stabilized the video.
    Enjoy and as always, like comment, share!

  • Abandoned UK

    December 9, 2014 #10 Author

    Quality re-working of this one Steve, was this shot with your current
    camera, wow what a mess in there, i thought the floor cleaning machine
    looked a little overwhelmed!..enjoyed this explore, thanks for sharing &
    stay safe. 

  • TikiTrex

    December 9, 2014 #11 Author

    Great work on the remake, Steve. Most of the abandoned churches around
    here are either quickly turned into houses (most of them) or sealed up
    tight. I would love to come across one like this. Enjoyed as always!

  • sergio peres

    December 9, 2014 #12 Author

    Cool !! I think i never saw this video before !!

  • redneckbryon

    December 9, 2014 #13 Author

    I’m not a very religious person but I do not like seeing churches in that
    particular state.

  • Andrew Brendan

    December 9, 2014 #14 Author

    Excellent video of a sad subject. I think of the spiritual power and
    energy, the fellowship and community and even sense of family that must
    have been within those walls.

  • DEAD EXPLORER: Real Paranormal Videos

    December 9, 2014 #15 Author

    Amazing place!