Thursday, October 31, 2013

Catskill Ruins


Happy Halloween, everybody. We took a walk in the Catskill mountains and found a ghost town deep in the forest. (Direct link to video)

6 comments:

Brian McElligott said...

Beautifully spooky! Do you have any idea of the history of these places and why they were abandoned? Ghosts and goblins? Headless horseman?

Erik Bongers said...

Can I have the stove?

Elena Jardiniz said...

How strange that they left not just the large, hard to move artifacts like the refrigerator (which routinely get abandoned because if they're old they're not worth the bother)... but the dishes, the fans. Why? That meter looks fairly modern, so does the refrigerator. The stove is magnificent and likely old but was still sound and surely valuable when it still worked.

David Glenn said...

This must've been a fun video to do. I think part of the fun regarding this house is using our imaginations to explain why it was abandoned.

Rich said...

Grand self-made GURNEY STUDIO opening lettering works very well on that one as well.

Scary musical background, but you are safe. Luckily your belt shows some particular ghost-buster weaponry.

Maybe ghosts are shy. May be they won't like to be caught, portrayed and drawn at gunpoint, by Mr. Gurney, the one and only:-)

amaza said...

haha! That's great! I misread the intro, skimming over the word town, and I kept looking for the ghost.