The Haunted Ferris Wheel of Spreepark

Spreepark Drone Shot

For the fans of American Horror Story this makes a great setting for the unraveling of gruesome and spooky plotlines. The ferris wheel used to be part of the Spreepark, a theme park in Treptow Köpenick that opened in 1969 as Kulturpark Plänterwald. Unfortunately, a lack of ample parking space and a rise in the price of the ticket led to the closing of the park on the onset of the current century. What followed was an unbelievable series of stories about the park and its owner that far exceeds the notoriousness of most other abandoned places in Berlin. The following spectacular drone video made by a Swedish drone flyer and urban explorer showcases the park, as it is now; abandoned and forgotten with the ferris wheel moving slowly in the wind as if ghosts keep it company to make it forget its eternal loneliness.

Nikos by Nikos
on November 18th, 2016
updated on November 18th, 2016
in Videos
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One Response to “The Haunted Ferris Wheel of Spreepark”

  1. Swedrone Says:

    Hi, the ferris wheel is actually run daily my it´s engine, by presumably a ghost operator since noone was seen on the grounds when I flew :)

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