Heritage USA - Ghost town in Fort Mill
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In no way in hell was that written to be funny, nor is it funny. But you Michelle are just as guilty as the one posting it for your smart-assed comment of being fit for children.
Enough hatred is taught to our kids today, and we don't need any more encouragement.
I guess this is just another example of how some non-christians, like myself, show better responsibility to society than some of you others.
I just can't wait for the next HOLY BELIEVER to say I'm the one who wrote it!
Regardless if this was hit by hard huricanes or not, that is some pretty shoddy craftsmanship. Any building like this constructed by a reputable contractor and skilled labor would withstand a few huricanes without looking like this.
Its a good thing no one was occupying this building when the consuruction gave way. This is just totally unacceptible.
I am really surprised that some big movie company hasn't bought this place and turned it into a horror movie.
Nuff said Kade. Me too. Tammy did a lot of work and fundraising for AIDS since everything fell apart.
It amazes me of the stupity of people making comments here. This is why we are all going to hell in a hand basket.
Wait a minute, wasn't Jimmy Bakker kinda gay? Not that there is anything wrong with that, but look who/what he was married to!
If you carry around the same currency that these 'holier than thou' folks like to spend, then I'm sure you will be welcomed with outstretched hands.
Are gay people allowed to enter this sacred place? Because I'm gay and I love Jesus!
PRAISE THE LORD!
this building was burned down by the fire department, as a controlled burn, i was told they are going to put something there in its place.
They have been burned down by the fire department as a practice burn
My family stayed in these rooms back in the late 80's. They were very nice and we have great memories of our vacation. It is so sad to see this place in such bad shape. Is anyone interested in reviving the place? And what happened to the cottages? We stayed in those for a few nights, also. I'd like to see pictures of the cottages if anyone has any.