City Methodist Church is one of the most striking abandonments in Gary, Indiana, a city that is still populated with over 80,000 residents but largely retains the feel of a ghost town. Located in the southeastern portion of the Chicago metropolitan area, Gary lost a large percentage of its population in a damaging combination of white flight, economic distress, skyrocketing crime and the decline of the steel industry, which was a major source of jobs.
You might be surprised by the location of this gorgeous church: Gary, Indiana. It cost $1 million to build in 1926 and once had a congregation of over 3,000 thanks to the booming steel town, but as employment declined and crime rose, the church dwindled and was abandoned in 1980. - HouseBeautiful.com
No Public Access Fishing Spot On Lake Michigan In Gary Indiana Our leaders do not care for the sport of fishing and spends all our resources for getting us access on foolishness. Because Cabela's & Bass Pro stores built 2 new stores in cities adjacent to Gary. They have given the Idiom to cut ones nose off to spite your face a definition that should go down in the annals of history. Because of the crime rate and unfriendly climate in city hall we are being punished.
Larry Mayes Scene of arrest, The Royal Inn, Gary, Indiana Police found Mayes hiding beneath a mattress in this room Served 18.5 years of an 80-year sentence for Rape, Robbery, and Unlawful Deviate Conduct, 2002