Centralia PA Time Capsule Opened Early

Centralia, Pennsylvania time capsule was opened early in 2014. Credit: Flickr/Danniquee

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  1. Im from reading pa an I been two centralia pa many times I would love to meet with some residents or former residents to clean up an to learn history thanks…

  2. Terri says:

    I been going here seems I was 2 years old back in 1967 love any info on Centrailia

  3. Katlyn Kramer says:

    I live in Mt.Carmel && I’ve never heard or seen anything about that time capsule. But the Mine Fire now is still burning and still traveling over to Mt.Carmel. But its not as bad as it use to be so it will take about 50 ir some years to even get to Mt.Carmel.

  4. Lee Ann foeppel says:

    We went to the area very fascinating! But was very disappointed about all the trash broken beer bottles everywhere. How all the young kids tearing up the land with trucks and 4 wheelers. Disrepecting everything because they dont know how to relate to the history that was once there and is still there. You just have to look. What a great place to walk down the streets that once were homes. To us it was sad that people had to leave. Even walking on the old route 61 was interesting. I don’t mine graffiti all in good taste..but can’t you at least spell D*** or f*** in french or German? Over all it nice interesting but bring a map and do your history to enjoy it more.

  5. Joseph Clark says:

    Such a shame vandals have to make matters worse to this once thriving town..RIP Centralia

  6. Brayden says:

    i am one of the 10 people that still live there and it’s like wake up every day smell the fire still burning from year and years ago and i just sit and think wow this is sad there is vandals you see every once in awhile there has been many people ask me from the townships to get out and all i want to do is stay here at my home it is very sad there is only 9 other people only a couple of houses i hope to bring people i know here to live here because even tho the town is burned down to the ground and 99.99 percent chance this will not happen but i hope and try to bring the town back even i know it wont work but i try because this is my home!

    • Carmen says:

      Wow only 10 people that’s amazing ….how do yall get food ,work etc. Do u go to next town if so how far is it from u guys I’m so interested please get back to me in my email ….mendez5873@hotmail.com

    • Dallas Beaver says:

      My family was originally from Centralia and did end up relocating too Wilberton 2 and Aristes my great uncle and his wife were married in the Church on the hill. It would be to speak with you and maybe connect about memoirs and local history

    • Sandrareed says:

      Hey Brayden add me on Facebook please sandrareedb@gmail.com I would love to get in touch and maybe send som stuff to you n the othe residents.

    • Michelle knight says:

      So very sad what has happened and is still happening there..I’m watching most dangerous places to live on Netflix and Googled, saw your post.
      How long have you been there?

  7. Trinity says:

    Hi Brayden. I’m very interested in visiting Centralia. You can find me on Facebook. Or please email me. I have a few questions I’d like to ask…

  8. Kourtney says:

    I always wanted to go there ok. I saw the silent hill movies wondered if the place was real and it turns out it is this place. Its cool how they came up with movie what has to deal with that place.

  9. Jonathan says:

    I know how to put out the fire
    Make me the owner of all the land and then ill put it out

  10. someone says:

    hi i am doing a project on Centralia what other recorces do you recomend

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