@5158307 Once nice town was a hellhole racist hotspot for African/Americans. Back int he early 60s all black boycotted that bastian for racisim for years...racism brought this town down! I remember white and Negro water fountains and blacks could eat inside restaurants. Blacks really suffered down there and I was one as a child
Hi Wolfgang. Great shots! Did you by chance film a full-length documentary?
YouTube search da ro remx 2 and you will understand why Cairo looks the way it does! Lol
Excellent video; sparse, austere, achingly poetic. Cairo is one of the first industrial ghosttowns of America, soon to be joined by Detroit, Camden and others
This film is great too. It is a sad story of a once bustling town that has slowly died over the last 35 to 40 years. I, myself love to go there and see the abandoned hospital where I was born, the house I lived in and the stores I shopped at with my mother 40 years ago. Its great that others are interested in Cairo's past and bleak future. Thanks for another great film.
WHAT SONG IS THAT. IT FITS SO WELL
I can't decide which one I like like better,there is something special about both of them.
Um. Cairo, IL.
where the hell is that?