This video is the result of a road trip I took to Centralia, PA. What happened in this town is a tragedy which makes for an interesting story. The theory of the firefighters igniting the fire is the most widespread accepted story, but there are other versions. There's not too much left in the town aside from a few homes and cemeteries, just an unbelievably creepy feeling. Certain areas of the town are labeled as restricted zones. Centralia is facing immanent destruction and will no longer be accessible. If you do decide to go, just remember you are not technically allowed to walk around. Normally, if you're quiet and curious, you won't be bothered. But remember take only pictures and leave only footsteps.
Aside from the history of the town and the smoke rising from certain parts of the earth, the scenery is amazingly beautiful. There are also a lot of nearby attractions in neighboring towns relating to the coal mining industry and the history of Centralia.