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Track 61: The Mysterious Abandoned Underground Railway Beneath New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Track 61: The Mysterious Abandoned Underground Railway Beneath New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Track 61: The Mysterious Abandoned Underground Railway Beneath New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Estacion Canfranc, Spain - Once one of the largest train stations in Europe; built in 1928 but closed down in the 70's when an accident destroyed a nearby bridge and cut off access.

Estacion Canfranc, Spain - Once one of the largest train stations in Europe; built in 1928 but closed down in the 70's when an accident destroyed a nearby bridge and cut off access.

The real Frankenstein Castle in Germany. I got to see one time, driving by..freaky.

Germany's Wine Road

The real Frankenstein Castle in Germany. I got to see one time, driving by..freaky.

Matsuo Kouzan in northern Japan used to be the biggest sulfur mine in the Far East, but it closed in 1972. Today, the only things that remain of it are the abandoned apartment complexes that were used by the mine's workers, cut off from the rest of the world high in the mountains. Those abandoned buildings, however, are not what make the Matsuo mine truly creepy -- it's the fact that you can't even see them through the ghostly mist that envelops the place like an ethereal death shroud.

Matsuo Kouzan in northern Japan used to be the biggest sulfur mine in the Far East, but it closed in 1972. Today, the only things that remain of it are the abandoned apartment complexes that were used by the mine's workers, cut off from the rest of the world high in the mountains. Those abandoned buildings, however, are not what make the Matsuo mine truly creepy -- it's the fact that you can't even see them through the ghostly mist that envelops the place like an ethereal death shroud.

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