Sunday, September 30, 2012

"Sorry" Old Empty Farmhouse,Nemacolin, Pa.


 I like this post because it is a return to our true exploration roots.  Its a good old abandoned house exploration! As always...we give you more!  Now, if you've followed the blog for awhile, you may know Evan, Danielle and I are music lovers.  Though we lean toward the rock side, this exploration has some ties to Nashville.  This old house was used in an actual music video!   For us folks in lil' old Greene County, that's pretty cool. What is even cooler is the artist is one of our own!







  Brynn Marie is a local girl making a name for herself in the music industry.  She is a fantastic singer who  grew up just up the road from this house, which is why we figure it was used as the location for her I'm Sorry video. Go to the 2 min 15 second mark to see the house.   





 Go to www.brynnmarie.com to hear her music,get tour dates and get her debut EP 'Things Change'.   She's amazing and  making her hometown folks very proud!  

 Now, on to the house, which was also amazing at one time.  I remember picking someone up here in my ambulance days and thinking "Wow,what a cool house".   This old farmhouse has seen better days and is actually very dangerous now.  The floors have been removed and what remains is very sketchy.  Hopefully, someone will fill us in with some info on the house.  As always, we recommend that if you do know the house, stay out!  We don't want anyone to get hurt.  Enjoy the pics and video.












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3 comments:

  1. OMG, that house is beautiful! I hate seeing places like that just fade away. But then again, if they didn't, we'd have nothing fun to explore, would we?

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  2. This is the old Ross farm. A friend who lives up the road told me that all the floor joists were cut out and stolen. So sad this was a truly beautiful home at one time.

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  3. This was the "big house" built with money from selling the natural gas, oil and coal rights for the Morgan Farm founded in 1735. After Elizabeth Morgan Ross died, her daughter married a fool whom IMHO, with family wanted money to live the high live in Pittsburg.

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