Something is not right inside this historic Missouri jail. It's not just something you can feel in the air, but almost a sense of dread that remains inside the same space that once housed legendary outlaw Frank James. Some believe he's still there today.
Where do you go if every worst case scenario becomes reality? For decades, the government had bunkers built deep underground in Missouri. Now, they've been decommissioned and you can see inside what surviving the "end of the world" might really be like.
Let me tell you a story about how thieves nearly 100 years ago stole a ton of jewelry in Missouri. The theft really happened and the riches they stole have never been found although legend says they're buried somewhere in the state under an oak tree.
Due to the mystique, many people hope to someday see a genuine UFO. A few days ago two Missouri brothers decided to take it to the next level by actually trying to summon an E.T. Their video shows that something answered.
A lot of old homes have stories, but few have the history of this Missouri mansion. It began as a dream home, but became a sanitorium after the untimely death of a young girl named Sophia. Now, it's officially considered one of the most haunted buildings in Missouri.
As the lyrics go "It's the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine". That song would be a perfect soundtrack for a decommissioned underground bunker in Missouri which is now visible thanks to a new video share.
The world uses the word "hero" to describe characters on movie screens. The word is really meant for people like a Missouri dad who saved 9 kids from a house fire recently while he was on fire himself.