Is Visiting Centralia Pennsylvania Dangerous?

Famous mine fire sign in Centralia, Pennsylvania. Credit: Flickr/sonnyandsandy

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8 Responses

  1. Jennifer Halberstein says:

    My grandparents and father are from Centralia. My daughter would like to visit. I don’t think anything would happen but I am not sure that it is worth the risk. I visited when I was younger, back in the early 80s I guess. It was really sad. My grandparents were very poor when they lived there. My grandfather worked in the mines. It wasn’t a place that held good memories for them. I’m not sure allowing my daughter to visit with her friends(all good kids) is a good idea. Yes, her family history can be traced there but I don’t think that she will appreciate the tragedy of it all.

    • NHD Team says:

      Hello, I am doing a project on Centralia and were wondering if interviewing you would be something you would be interested. My email is alexmarbach5@gmail.com so if you are interested or have any info it would be great if you contacted.

    • Joshua says:

      it isn’t that dangerous. I go there somewhat often but the tragedy is quite sad…

    • Jon says:

      Just like to say the land down the road will be worth more then you will ever imagine. Someday you will have a Diamond mine. If I was the original owners of land I would demand to have rights to minerals, gases, oil, diamonds And anything that’s under your land. You do have that right and should have been given that right when land was takin from them. Pennsylvania Is Setting On a money making in the near future!

  2. Tami says:

    This is the coolest story I’ve ever read! I only live three hours away! I’m going to find this place!

  3. Joe Mar says:

    What is the best way to enter Centralia? I know most of the major highways are closed or rerouted.

  4. Kathleen says:

    I love the movie silent hill is it still creepy these days from Kathleen

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