Epic Abandoned Resort – Unity House

Author meepers - Last updated: 13.02.2017

My most epic and ambitious Urbex yet! This past weekend my friend JPVideos and I took a trip out to the old abandoned Unity House Resort in the Pocono’s. This was not only my longest exploration, but these will be my longest videos to date. Please take some time and check out Part ONE… Part TWO will be out Wednesday! I had to cut out over an hour of content from part one, and most of it was pretty awesome. Please let me know either here or in the comments on YouTube, if you would like one long massive edit including both parts and some additional content that was removed for time.

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