Glensheen Mansion Aerial Flyover 2014

This drone flyover of Glensheen Mansion was shot June 3. The footage is by Liftoff Aerials.



about 10 years ago

Another textbook example of how to fly a remote control aircraft in an unsafe manner.


about 10 years ago

Now I'm just disturbed by the idea of a drone flying up to my window and looking in at me like this one did at 2:45...

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Permission was granted from Glensheen for this flyby. There were no Congdons getting dressed during the making of this video. Everyone can relax and enjoy life now.


about 10 years ago

Did anyone ask the ghosts of Glensheen? Maybe they were in the middle of changing their sheet and you caught them on video completely invisible for all the world to not see!

Cory Fechner

about 10 years ago

Funny you should mention that. Someone seemed to be interested in what we were doing.

glensheen ghost in window

Cory Fechner

about 9 years ago

I like the National Park drone ban. We need to insure that the "experience" for the people visiting the National Parks and Monuments are not hindered by others. The flying of a UAV (drone, quadcopter, hexacopter) is loud and visually intrusive to others trying to take in the natural beauty of these areas.  We are always aware of our surroundings when we take to the air for aerial filming and photography and are very conscientious of the people around us. The trouble is many inexperienced UAV operators do not operate with that same attitude.

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