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It’s been four years since the ship basically ran aground and tipped over due to the Captain’s error. A photographer recently swam out and boarded the uprighted ship and took some incredible photos of the interior of it.
Here’s an excerpt: House Beautiful
“Germany-based photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski, who typically focuses on the creation and destruction of industrial buildings, is now offering a rare glimpse at the inside of the ship. Kielkowski swam out and climbed aboard the vessel to capture photographs of the wreckage for his forthcoming book, Concordia, which is set to be released next month. The result is an eerie collection of images including a demolished grand staircase, dismantled elevators, and rusted slot machines.”
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This guy stands to make a bunch of money with this sales pitch.
“Something was inside that house that had the ability to do things that I have never seen before — things that others carrying the highest forms of credibility couldn’t explain either,” Zak Bagans
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Tony’s desire is for you to be blessed and uplifted by the Word of God. This week he continues his study in the book of John. Tune in and blessed! Stop by Tony’s Facebook page and let him know you’re enjoying the podcast too!
Phil Collen said,
“Someone dies, someone loses an arm, someone gets cancer, we soldier on. [With Guns N’ Roses] if someone has a little barney backstage, they can’t deal with each other. I know it’s difficult, but I do think it’s pretty lame when you compare anyone else to us.”
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Only in Nashville were there are ten country cover bands per block playing all the same songs over in over! Maybe it’s a sign that it’s time to change the formula up? Watch the video. The guy is alright.
A drummer fell backwards out of a window during a performance at a Nashville, Tenn. honky tonk on Friday night, FOX59 reports.
The Don Kelley Band was playing “Ghost Riders in the Sky” at Robert’s Western World when drummer Stan Saxon took the scary tumble after standing up at the end of the performance to thank the crowd.
“My ear monitor pulled me back, it felt like somebody grabbed me by the shirt and yanked me to the ground,” Saxon told WKRN. “It was like the window wasn’t even there. The next thing I knew I was looking up at shards of glass going, ‘How did I get out here?”
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