About: Centralia Burning Ghost Town - Pennsylvania USA
★★★ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VIDEO / FACT UPDATES
★★★1) At 3:40, he says “March, 2019”?
- For some reason people are hearing me say 2019 at 3:40
, I listened to the video, and I clearly hear 2018, which is what I said.2) Where did all the houses go?
- I have not researched this answer, it is just a guess, but I would assume either the government relocated the houses to new plots of lands in another town, or once people moved out the government demolished the houses, so homeless people could not live in them.
Burning since the 60's and would could 500mil' to put out.. est' 250 years to go..
Cheapskates, I thought you cared about co2 in America.
Did anyone mention Silent Hill yet???!?!?!11
Silent hill !
Pump that mug full of sea water and lower the level of the ocean
You'd be forgiven for thinking it was Detroit or run by a Democratic government since 1962
There are actually wind turbines somewhere close -by generating electricity for the area.
If you're interested in more info about this "ghost town" check out this documentary. "The Town That Was" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhOeyWlrSEw
i’ve been here 3 times
Interesting road signs ))
Firey cracks releasing toxic gases sounds like Mexicans
Odd that a YouTube about a US town is narrated with a foreign accent voice using METRIC labels.
So humans started this fire...wow we keep fuckin this earth up!
The belief among lots of people is that the fire has actually already moved on, and now it's just corporate / government twats that are trying to get their grubby hands on the land / resources underneath.
The original Silent Hill
I was there in March two thousand nateen
, March 2019??
Victory for nature :-D
Carbon Dioxide is NOT a "dangerous" gas Carbon Monoxide is
Burning coal or old wood is not dangerous in fact without Carbon Dioxide there would be no life on Earth, the greater Amount of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere the greater and more abundant life is formed.
If it were my home town and I loved it I would stay. I live a bit further north and just came back from living overseas for 20 years or more and that don't love my hometown. I will be leaving again one day. But that's okay because there were thousands of others who love my town. :-)
Isn't Centralia just a great name for a horror film town? In its own way Centralia is a horror film brought to life.