The Pontiac Silverdome

There are many different places located around the world that have been abandoned. These places have an eerie silence to them, all you will ever here is the sound of the wind or paper blowing in the wind. People from all around the world flock to these abandoned locations in hopes that they will have some spiritual or ghostly experience with the other side. There are very few places across the USA that have been abandoned, most of the time they are just re-built upon to make way for new subdivisions or industrial areas. One place, located in Detroit has been abandoned since 1997, for more than seventeen years, this stadium has stood as a monument to old America sports culture.

Pontiac Silverdome

The likes of Led Zeppelin, Elvis Presley and Bruce Springsteen has held concerts at this famed location. No one has entered the stadium since 2012 as the roof has literally begun to cave in upon itself. You see various parts of the roof drop to the ground, the seats are damaged by water and the overall feel of this stadium is spooky. It is believed that those less fortunate than ourselves live in the corridors of this stadium, providing it with the life it needs to not be torn down.
As of right now you can purchase a seat in the Pontiac Silverdome for $100, you can also buy some of the office furniture, goal posts, end zones, the turf and more. Basically everything in this stadium is for sale until the day that it is finally torn down.

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