The almost abandoned Beaver Creek Free Methodist church
The almost abandoned Beaver Creek Free Methodist church

The almost abandoned Beaver Creek Free Methodist church

The almost abandoned Beaver Creek Free Methodist church

Built on a desolate back road in 1893

Built in 1895, the Beaver Creek Free Methodist Church is almost abandoned. Even if the church is actually still in use a few weeks of the year, the place is abandoned for the rest of the year.

Desolate and alone, it stands in perfect condition with everything still inside. The windows are not shattered, the bibles are all still in place waiting for the Sunday mass. Hundreds, even thousands of dead flies lay upon the old wooden ground.

For the record, the church is sealed tight.

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