The documentary takes you on a journey to Vladivostok in Russia, where a kilometer-long tunnel system runs up to 60 meters below the Pacific to a former military base. The tunnel system is abandoned, narrow, and quite dangerous, making it an intriguing place to explore. But getting there proves to be an extreme challenge.
Moving on, you will be taken to an abandoned V2-Rocket Fuel Factory in Peenemünde, where the ghostly ruins of the factory still stand. The factory was a significant manufacturer of the liquid-fueled rocket drive for the V2 rockets in the 1940s, which, unfortunately, led to the death of approximately 8,000 people during WWII.
In Apice, near Naples, lies an abandoned Italian ghost town that is still filled with photos, furniture, and children’s toys. You cannot help but wonder about the reason as to why the town was abandoned in the first place, making it a fascinating place to visit.
Finally, the documentary takes you offshore to Hong Kong’s lost Green Village, which was once home to around 3,000 fishermen. Today the village is spooky and taken over by nature. Our reporter Anne Wang digs deep to investigate the circumstances that led to the loss of the village.
The documentary is an incredible display of mental and physical courage, curiosity, and adventure. Watch as the reporters explore these abandoned and lost places to bring you real, raw, and intriguing stories. Watching the documentary provides you with an eye-opening experience that you won’t forget in a hurry!