Fat Man slip and fall

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Fat Man slip and fall. Fat man slips and falls in abandoned building. Urban Explorer and Home Inspector Marko Vovk slip and fall in dark building, and then he is attacked by bats. Please watch Marko Vovk videos on ClevelandMarko YouTube Channels.

Abandoned Grain Silo

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Abandoned grain silo, Webster Station neighborhood, Dayton, Ohio. Silo, Silo Grain, Silo Grain Storage, Abandoned Grain Silo, Abandoned Silo, Abandoned Webster Station Silo, Abandoned Silo, Forgotten, Forgotten Ohio, Forgotten Dayton, Urban Exploring, Urban Exploring Dayton Ohio, Marko Vovk, ClevelandMarko, Cleveland Home Inspector Marko Vovk, Jhono Bashian Photography

Abandoned Train

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Abandoned trains, abandoned caboose, abandoned rail road, abandoned AMTRAK Cars, abandoned rail road cars, were some of the photographed vintage rail cars in this video. Some of the train cars came from the former B&O roundhouse which is now partially owned by CSX and the Midwest Railway Preservation Society. Several abandon cars came from the Pennsylvanian rail road depot station located in Canton Ohio behind the Pennsylvanian YMCS abandoned hotel. In this video the urbex or urban explores are having fun walking through, on top and on sides old train cars. What else are grown men going to do on a Sunday?
Music by: Josh Long, Song: Desoxyn, Band: “Pretty Tied Up”

Abandoned Bridge Jefferson Avenue Bridge

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The Jefferson Avenue Bridge was built in 1905. The steel truss bridge once spanned and crossed the Cuyahoga River which had a lift bridge with a Cowing Roller Bascule Bridge design. The Jefferson St. Bridge was Temporary Closed in 1957 after it was hit by a freighter. In 1958 bids were taken to make repairs. The repair cost of $3,000,000 was too high and the bridge was abandoned. Today, the bridge is severely overgrown with bushes and trees, and the railings are falling off the few spans that are still left.

The Abandoned Pennsylvania YMCA Railroad Hotel Canton Ohio

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Urban explores find an abandoned building built in the late 1800’s. Canton Ohio location, believe this building to have been a railroad hotel for the YMCA also known as the Pennsylvania YMCA building. This building was built for mostly traveling men. During our research we found a post card that shows this building to be on the first YMCA’s established in the United State which was built the late 1800’s. The first YMCA to be established in the United States was located in the city of Boston in 1851. Roughly six years later, the YMCA organization which was founded in London by George Williams started building may more near rails. Back in the days, the Americans recognized challenges and hazards created by the migration of men from the countryside to the city with the rise of the industrial revolution. This movement quickly spread. After the Civil War, roughly 59 YMCA thought USA existed. This particular YMCA building was also known as the 270-Pennsylvane Railroaded Canton YMCA and was one of the 59. Back in the days, the YMCA focus was on saving souls, with saloon and street corner preaching, lists of Christian boarding houses, lectures, libraries and meeting halls, most of them had rented quarters. His building had three floors of small one bedroom rooms. Later, the YMCA made some improvements and added or incorporated spiritual, mental, social and physical conditioning of young men.” Today, the YMCA is mostly health fitness organization.
It is alleged the building was taken over by the CIA for a top secrets classified project called MK-Ultra a mind altering control project. Testing and converting human minds continue during the cold war and up to the Nixon years. The building may have been abandoned by the CIA sometime around 1969. For the last 50 years the site was fenced in and used as a junk yard. It was not until recent years that the car junkyard removed the cars and released the property. The property now stands vacant and open to the elelmemtnt. Please watch his second video on the site that explains the MK Ultra and the special building areas that exists. Please go to Cleveland Marko on YouTube for this video. Video will be public in January 2015. Please rate, subscribe and support.

Abandoned Garbage Dump Geese Genocide

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City View Center located in Garfield Heights was built on a garbage dump landfill. Right after construction, the parking lots started to settle, crack, and sink. In 2006, Walmart evacuated due to supposed methane leaks. Additionally, the EPA started to put on pressure about the methane gas underground sewers. After Walmart moved out, the City View complex slowly emptied out and now, during the winter of 2015 the shopping plaza looks like a ghost town. If you go to google earth, you will find this shopping center and you will find a fluorescent green hidden poison lake. I call this marmalade green lake” The Leachate Death Plum Lake”. When I visited this area during one of my Urban Explorations, I did not see and lake life with exception of geese occasionally landing to drink water. No fish, no frogs, not toads, no nothing lives in this lake. There aren’t even any insects buzzing about. Every couple hours, a flock of geese flying above would land into this poison lake. After a while, the geese realize this lake has nothing to offer and leave. I watch this occur for several hours. Unfortunately, many geese are or will be poisoned by drinking the water. These geese may now suffer from; NWHD Normal Waterfowl Habitat Disorder, WDBD Waterfowl dissociation brain disorder, DLP Duck lead poisoning, DW Droop Wing (geese wings hung flaccidly by their sides or sometimes they just fall out of the sky), and even WMS Duck Metals Sterilization.
A major problem arising from landfills is the discharge of leachate which is contaminated with various organic and inorganic pollutants. This leachate leaches into the surrounding soil, ground water or surface water leads small ponds that have severe pollution problems. Some pollutants are Dissolution of soluble salts or soluble organic material. The dissolved organic material such as humic acids will produce a brown color in the leachate. Much of the original organic material in the fill has low solubility but the biodegradation of this material tends to produce more soluble end products such as simple organic acids and alcohols. The nitrogen present in the original organic material is converted into ammonia in the leachate. A landfill quickly becomes anaerobic, thus becoming chemically reducing environments where ferric salts will be reduced to ferrous salts. Ferrous salts are more soluble and thus iron leaches from the landfill. Another means how contaminants leach is via the sulphate in the tip may be biochemically reduced to sulphides, although this may lead to evolution of small quantities of hydrogen sulphide, the sulphide will remain in the landfill as highly insoluble metal sulphides. Suspended solids and turbidity may be present in the leachate due to the washout of fine solid material. Therefore, leachate contains a range of organic and inorganic. Sometimes, the water became as acidic as lemon juice, creating a toxic brew of heavy metal poisons including arsenic, lead, and zinc. This liquid often contains high levels of organics such as methylene chloride, dichloroethylene, toluene, phenols, and benzene and inorganic pollutants including ammonia, heavy metals and endocrine disrupting chemicals, resistent to ordinary wastewater treatment. So I call this Geese Genocide.

Abandoned Playground Victoreen

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Abandoned Playground
Victoreen Instrument Company owner John A. “Jack” Victoreen (1902-1986) started out as a Cleveland, Ohio radio and radio parts manufacturer. By the late 1920s (Victoreen Radio Co. later became George A. Walker Co.). Later, the Victoreen Instrument Co. was founded in 1928 to manufacture and market radiation measurement instrumentation. Victoreen provided much of the radiation equipment for the secret Manhattan Project which would develop the nuclear bombs that were dropped on Japan. Victoreen provided 95% of the instrumentation for the Bikini atomic bomb tests after World War II where over 250 atomic bombs were detonated in the USA air space that caused thousands of American cancer deaths. The instrument division would grow to be a major supplier of civil defense radiation survey meters in the 1960′s, and a supplier of instruments to every branch of industry and medicine involving radiation. Furthermore, dectors were sold thousands of civilians because of nuclear threats during the cold war. Victoreen was sold and broken up into small companies. By 1980, Sheller-Globe which owned Victoreen disposed of some additional units which were not as profitable as desired. Some remnants of the Victoreen Company are still in business today including the resistor division now owned by Ohmite and the radiation monitoring business that is now part of Fluke Biomedical. Soon after the sale of Victoreen, the building on South Woodland Cleveland Ohio would go vacant. The Victoreen corporate children’s playground would also go vacant. The abandoned property now is visited by looters, scrap dealer and polluters. The property is completer contained with asbestos, lead paint, possible radiation, and other environmental hazards.

Abandoned Playground