Do you like stories about abandoned buildings and other eerie things that give you the chills and make you immediately grab the camera to shoot your own film about the doomsday? Or at least arrange some cool photoset. Well, especially for you there are a lot of cool locations out there, and today we will tell you about some of them. So, these are ten amazing abandoned places you didn't know about.
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In addition to adding bear-proof trash cans, the burgeoning town has also replaced attractants like fruit trees, built wildlife crossings over highways, and provided education to the local populace. Their creative solutions have helped to manage local wildlife while keeping residents and visitors safe to enjoy the beautiful scenery the area has to offer.
The safety of tinsel: During the 1950s, tinsel and tinsel garlands were so popular that they were often used more than Christmas lights - because tinsel was less of a fire hazard than electric lights.
Sparkle bright: Lead foil was a popular material for tinsel in the 1950s, because unlike silver, lead tinsel did not tarnish and retained its shine.
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