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The Tragic Story of The Arlington Plantation | Natchez, MS
42:38
DeadlyKnot

The Tragic Story of The Arlington Plantation | Natchez, MS

This is the Arlington Plantation a federal style home that is over 200 years old. Original owned by John Hampton White and his wife Jane Surget White. Each room inside Arlington was filled with exquisite and expensive furniture, paintings, pictures and so much more, all from Europe. There was even a privately owned library that held over 8,000 books some of which are an incredible collection of many rare first editions ever made. It doesn't stop there! Even had a piano that was over 300 years old and it remained in the house until the 1970's. In September 2002, a fire broke out in the attic and burn down the roof, sections of the second floor and even the first floor. The City of Natchez, MS came in and installed a new roof on Arlington Plantation hoping they could save it, sadly the current owner doesn't seem to be present or wants to take care of it. 🔴Pictures after the fire https://www.flickr.com/photos/ken801/albums/72157628134939357/with/6396515011 🔵John Hampton White - Find a grave page https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/46118844/john-hampton-white Photo credit goes to Lykins Films and here is his website on this place. https://www.lykinsfilms.com/arlington 🟢My Socials: 👇🏻 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deadlyknot_1 Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@deadlyknot_1/? Music: 👇🏻 https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Video Chapters Intro: 0:00 - 2:47 History: 2:48 - 11:41 Explore: 11:42 - 38:58 Graves: 38:59 - 41:52 Outro: 41:53 - 42:37 FAIR USE NOTICE: Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Not withstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work for purposes such as criticism, comment, review, and news reporting, is not an infringement of copyright.
Abandoned Mansion Exploration: Owner's Sister's Tragic Death Inside
37:00
RangerRickTV

Abandoned Mansion Exploration: Owner's Sister's Tragic Death Inside

Built in the early 1800s, Arlington is a stunning example of Federal-style architecture, boasting elegant proportions and timeless beauty. Its majestic columns and grand entrance invite you to step back in time and explore the stories of those who lived here. Originally owned by John Hampton White, a prominent cotton planter, and his wife, Jane Surget White. They were wealthy French immigrants who acquired most of their collectibles from Europe, including a piano over 300 years old, and remained inside the house till the 1970s; they also had an incredible collection of rare books, many of which were first editions. Unfortunately, Mr. White died in October 1819, a victim of the dreaded yellow fever epidemic, and his wife died a few years later in 1825. This home has seen so many generations of history unfold within its walls. From the opulent social gatherings to the daily lives of its residents and workers, the plantation holds countless tales waiting to be discovered. Unfortunately, a terrible fire swept through Arlington's attic in September 2002. The Historic Natchez Foundation paid for a new roof, but since then, vandals have broken out all the windows and defaced much of the interior and exterior woodwork. But after all of that, you can still feel and tell that each room tells a story, from the grand parlor to the intimate family quarters. The expansive grounds of Arlington Plantation used to feature beautifully manicured gardens, ancient oak trees, and historic outbuildings that provide a glimpse into the working life of the plantation." but now everything seems just like one big giant abandoned wasteland. "But why was this majestic estate left to the ravages of time? What stories remain hidden within its walls? Throughout this episode, I'll show photos of what the rooms looked like before and after join us as we uncover the haunting history and eerie beauty of the abandoned Arlington Mansion." Join My Patreon And Get Perks! www.patreon.com/rangerricktv check out bro's channel. @DeadlyKnot #abandonedplaces #abandoned #urbex #abandonedmansion #abandonedplantation #explore #explorepage #exploremore
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