Mysteries of The Abandoned is a TV program that first aired on 20th April 2017 on Science Channel. The show revolves around various engineered constructions that have long been forgotten by the world. It also features empty factories, decaying cities that once stood on the most advanced stages of construction and design, and underwent the test of time. Today, it has become a threat to mankind. Some of the structures have also become deadly and have been discarded from the cities. Each episode, tells the viewers about their historical significance, the designer of the structure and lastly, why it was not useful.
You will enjoy various in-depth details about the structures like the deserted Japanese island, California’s Goat Canyon Trestle railway, the Grand Goulets Road in the French Alps, Hashima Island, Pennsylvania’s Kinzua Viaduct steel bridge and more. Kasper Michaels is the main cast of Mysteries of The Abandoned. The show is executive produced by Neil Laird of Science Channel. “Some of the world’s most amazing engineering marvels, why they were built, and why they were eventually no longer of use,” according to Science Channel. “Each story highlights the people who designed the structures, their significance, and why they were ultimately left to crumble.” Channel said.
Mysteries of The Abandoned Season 4 Cast: Who is in it?
The main team for Mysteries of The Abandoned includes Kasper Michaels as the Narrator. Rob Bell is an Engineer and Adventurer; Martin Archer is a Phd., Space Physicist, Roma Agrawal is a Structural Engineer, Andrew Gough is a Historian and Author, Saul David is a Military Historian and Author, Lucie Green is a Solar Physicist, and Andrew Lambert is a Professor, Naval Historian. All these people are integral to the running of the show and should be back in the upcoming season when it is renewed.
Mysteries of The Abandoned Season 4 Plot: What is it about?
In the previous season, the narrator takes us to the Old Croton Aqueduct. It was built in 1842 to provide drinking water facility in New York City. In those times, the water supply in the city was not safe for drinking. The narrator also explores rural Georgia where the Central State Hospital was spread across 2,000 acres. The narrator also takes the viewers to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean north of the Irish Coast where a British ship was submerged while transporting Sherman tanks to the allied forces. Opened in 1911, the Packard Automotive Plant had become the main representation of the decline of Detroit. The show also featured a hospital complex in Germany named Beelitz Heilstatten where Hitler was once a patient. Today, it has become an abandoned structure.