Creepy Abandoned Playlist on Fireball Malibu Vlog…

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CREEPY ABANDONED SECRET ARMY BASE – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 725 – While in San Francisco, Fireball and Kathie come upon a Creepy Abandoned Secret Army Base near the Golden Gate Bridge. Maybe not so secret, but pretty frikkin’ awesome.

FORT SCOTT… This Endicott-era battery was completed and armed in 1900 with three 5-inch rapid fire guns mounted on balanced pillar mounts, which were designed to defend against mine sweepers and fast torpedo boats.

These guns had a range of seven miles and could be fired at the rate of up to thirty rounds per minute. Like most light artillery, these guns were loaded with ammunition cases similar to the cartridges used in infantry rifles.

The weight of one cartridge was nearly sixty pounds.

The three guns were dismounted in 1917 for service as field artillery during World War I.

In the original plans, this battery was to have four emplacements–but the No.1 gun pit, on the right, was never built.

The battery was constructed on the former site of Battery West and incorporated three of the old battery’s magazines for storage of non-explosive articles and to shelter the gun crews.

Origin of Name

Battery Boutelle was named in honor of Lieutenant Henry M. Boutelle, who was killed in action near Aliago, Philippine Islands in 1899.


WATCH! CREEPY ABANDONED MALIBU BEACH MANSION – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 672 – After a Top Secret Malibu Car Show, Fireball and Kathie head to Escondido Beach to spot a Creepy Abandoned Malibu Beach Mansion. Also featured is Paradise Cove.


CREEPY ABANDONED 1963 MERCEDES W110 190! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 656 – Fireball and Kathie take a tiny 6-mile stroll into Malibu and spot mega-celebrity mansions, cool cars and this creepy abandoned 1963 Mercedes W110 190. Yes, abandoned in Malibu.

From WIKI… The Mercedes W110 was Mercedes-Benz’s entry level line of midsize automobiles in the mid-1960s. One of Mercedes’ “Fintail” (German: Heckflosse) series, the W110 initially was available with either a 1.9 L M121 gasoline or diesel inline-four.

It was introduced with the 190c and 190Dc sedans in April, 1961, replacing the Mercedes W120 180c/180Dc and W121 190b/190Db.

The Mercedes W110 line was refreshed in July, 1965 to become the 200 and Diesel 200D (model year 1966 for North America); at the same time, a six-cylinder 230 (successor to the Mercedes 220) became part of the Mercedes W110 line.

Production lasted just three more years, with the W115 220 and 220D introduced in 1968. The Mercedes W110 and the 6-cylinder Mercedes W111 were the first series of Mercedes cars to be extensively crash tested for occupant safety.

The Mercedes 190c and 190Dc replaced the W120 180c/180Dc and W121 190b/190Db as Mercedes-Benz’s line of less-expensive four-cylinder sedans. The “D” denoted a Diesel engine, a technology pioneered by Mercedes-Benz and championed despite widespread derision in the motoring press.

The body was derived from the W111 series but with a 145 mm shorter nose and round headlights (which gave a front-end appearance more reminiscent of the W120/121 ponton models).

The rear end was identical to the W111 220b (the 220b was the base model of the W111 series). The interior layout and dimensions were also identical to the W111 220b, but with fewer options such as fixed-back seats and bakelite trim on the dashboard (as opposed to timber in the Mercedes W111 models).

Because the 190c and 190Dc models were basically a W111 220b with a shorter front, they offered the same interior and luggage space as the W111 series but with smaller and more fuel efficient engines.

This made them extremely popular with taxi drivers. Production of the 190Dc exceeded that of the petrol-engined 190c by nearly 100,000 units.