City of Skulls

Photo via Elena Chinarina

Forget haunted houses - in Russia, there are entire cities and towns that look haunted. Dark Roasted Blend explains:

We'd like to call them "ghost towns", but they are clearly not abandoned. Amazingly, people still live in them, go to work in harshest possible conditions (paradoxically making it the richest and mightiest industrial area in Russia) and then come "home" to relax in this inhuman weather, non-existing infrastructure, in dangerously dilapidated buildings...

Take, for example, Cherepovetz City ("City of Skulls") shown above. No need for skeletons, monsters, or for that matter, any special effects to make this town terrifying: Link

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Hi, guys!

I live in that city and I can say that it's not so awesome.
Here my photos, made from paraglider:
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you donĀ“t have to go to russia, take ludwigshafen oder mannheim here in germany, and you have your inhuman weather, non-existing infrastructure and dangerously dilapidated buildings. Waking up in hell would be a mahor improvement over Mannheim anyday.
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