Heritage USA - Ghost town in Fort Mill
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How is that possible? No cross was EVER in/on any of the buildings? How very odd? If it was set up as a Worship Amusement Park, with several buildings set up specifically for that purpose, why no cross? Again, VERY ODD.
this is so very sad. Shortly aftter the current owners took over, I went with a group of mainline denominational clergy for a three day stay -- the plan was to enlist denominational support for restoring the property. . .. oddly, there was NO CROSS every erected on or in any building.
To the previous person - I hope you didn't know anyone personally who gave their life savings to this. God will reward the pure motives of those who gave to this ministry - regardless of the things that happened here. Have faith. I know it sounds like sticking God with the bill - but, God really does bless and keeps hold of His children (even if they have been taken advantage of). Things really got messed up - forgive and have compassion for those responsible - that is the measure for which we all will face our maker with. It'll be okay.
You didn't give your retirement money to the Bakkers did you?
You missed a wonderful experience I visited the upper room several years agoand at that time it also was still in use,but, not like before when it was open 24 hours every day. It is so sad that another ministery never took it over, many people such as myself loved it there and we were planning on retireing there. It was a place where people were different
Weren't you afraid to go inside this building? Are there a lot of animals running around in these old buildings (snakes, rats, etc.)?
Thanks Lee, I'll make the corrections on all 3 pics. Since I never had the opportunity to visit when the place was running, I had to guess on some of these.
This is not the inside of the studio. It is the inside of the barn underneath the hole shown in other pictures. The studio at Heritage USA is still in use.