The day time trip down Colorado's most haunted road called Riverdale road. We explore some of the legends surrounding the road and we found a spooky abandoned house complete with used needles and weapons. Thanks to my friend Mickey for the help with editing. I will pin a link to his social media in the comments. Follow him and enjoy!!!!
Cash & Ferven: We all have a story to tell
Quick tips for owning a drone.
None of these were long enough for a full video but still some cool shots.
First is in Brighton, England. Shots of the burned down pier.
Second is a supposedly haunted church outside of Sheffield, England
Last is a little footage of a small village in Kent, England called Great Chart.
I couldn't get in here because the boards leading in were too rotten to support my weight and the rest of the floor was missing. However, we did explore the property of this house that once was a very beautiful place. Also, please pardon my sniffling as I was really sick during my time in Sheffield. I had to go out anyways to make the most of my time there.
I wen't to see some friends in the UK and they showed me to this abandoned brick making facility. This campus is massive so I was forced to split this whole thing into parts. It was pretty creepy and very interesting! There were some parts in this video where the floors were collapsing! Clearly exploring abandoned buildings is dangerous but they're worth capturing on film before they are destroyed forever. History deserves to be preserved.
A big mistake most people make when going traveling is bringing to much stuff or improper packing. Here is a quick breakdown on how to properly pack a bag for a more pleasant trip no matter where you go. Take this info from the lessons I learned the hard way. Thanks for watching and much love everyone!
Music thanks to CMA and Joakim Kraud.
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Hello, this is Wandering Lens Media (WLM). I make videos about travel, spooky/haunted locations and other historical events that I think are interesting. Hopefully you'll think they are interesting as well! Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you'll stick around!