This unassuming sparsely wooded area was once home to Central Holiness University/Vennard College. Due to declining enrollment, and financial difficulty, the college announced its closer at the end of the 2008 academic year. The many administration and academic buildings remain open, including a public use mini-golf course and tennis courts.
The music building is by far the must neglected of the remaining buildings; its roof collapsed withing the past four years which caused a crater-like hole to swallow most of the central part of the building.
An ampitheatre is tucked into the woods just a few hundred feet from the music building. The stage that once hosted performances, speeches, and rallies is succumbing to neglect.
The coal powered generation plant still operates to supply heating to the one dorm hall that has since been converted to apartments.
The many administration buildings are largely intact, but obvious signs of abandonment and disrepair are apparent.
One of the most genuinely uncomfortable situations ive ever been in. Found this room in a consignment shop. Literally, a room full of walkers, and handicap living accessories. I couldnt help but think that the people that these items belonged to are certainly all dead.
There are those who cannot bare witness to the face of God. Those who turn their heads and scorn the natural and wallow in the profane.
The eyes are a portal to the soul, the eyes of God are portals to creation.