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Did you guys take those National Geographics? If so, people would pay a decent amount of cash. Not a small fortune mind you but a reasonable amount.
That thing for checking lung capacity is called an Incentive Spirometer
There are no antiques, you liar!
agree with marilynw…what antiques
Dude… you look like Johnny Marr from the Smiths!
Seeing the multiple layers of wallpaper, was really amazing.
Seems like this home was left way before 2003 according to the last calendar on the wall because of the amount of decay of the interior as well as the outside of the home.. It looks like this home was not secured very well after the original owners were no longer there. By the way the Springfield Weather Forcaster was actually a Barometer…
This farm house was built around 1890…. I live in an 1890 Queen Anne Victorian in Conn & Have 2 push button light switchesin my home that are original.. One is located in the downstairs hall..the other in the upstairs hall.. By the way do you have any history on this farm house ? Why it was left abandoned? Quite a bit weather damage along with people dumping trash as well as others trashing the contents that were left…. so sad…. It appears that some members of the family were packing up contents of the home but never finished removing what they intended…
This farm house was built around 1890. I live in an 1890 Queen Anne Victorian in Conn.. & I have 2 of the same light switches with the push button which is original… one in the downstairs hall & the other in the upstairs hall..
those 2 coats were ww2 vintage. worth some good money to a collector. (like me). the one with the fur collar, is a mackinaw,used by jeep, and truck drivers in cold conditions
WHERES THE ANTIQUES
TALK ABOUT DISGUSTING
i can see my self there
do you ever take things out for yourself at these places. I would.
Man that raccoon must eat a lot because that is a ton of poo!!! Lol. Very cool house and homestead. Had to be scary being upstairs. Great video!!!
That's somebody's property! They don't need a sign saying you can't be there!
Those aren't squash plants. Those are a nasty plant called burdock!
Very creepy crawl space in the attic. Looks like it's partly floored with coffin lid shaped boards!
I've heard painting the walls that shade of green keeps demons away. I't's real big in the south.
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