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Bone Chilling Photos of Abandoned Places

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When’s the last time you road a screw coaster? You know what, don’t answer that. Nara Dreamland opened in 1961, and while it was supposed to be Disneyland-Japan, disagreements over the licensing fees of the characters led its creator, Kunizo Matsuo, to forging ahead with his idea and building Dreamland as a park that’s identical to Disney’s park in Anaheim. There’s a Main Street, U.S.A., a Sleeping Beauty Castle, and there’s even a Matterhorn. 

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After closing in 2006 the Screw Coaster, a double-corkscrew steel roller coaster designed by Arrow Development, stood tall over the Nara prefecture, begging urban explorers and roller coaster enthusiasts to imagine what it was like to take a spin. 

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