[SLIDESHOW] The Scariest Abandoned Mining Towns

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Unlike most occupations, mining activities are typically located in remote settings around the world. Because of the obscurity of these locations, minin...

Unlike most occupations, mining activities are typically located in remote settings around the world. Because of the obscurity of these locations, mining companies often build towns and buildings to facilitate miners and their families. When mining operations cease these buildings and infrastructure are usually left intact.  

With Halloween rapidly approaching, it’s that time of year we start exploring the frightening side of the mining sector. The following slideshow reveals the scariest abandoned mining towns in the world. 

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