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Temperature can drop below -50˚ Fahrenheit.
Carts full of “dynamite” lay abandoned on Mane Street.
One epitaph reads, “He was only 29 when he died, but he already had a Toyota Celica!”
Experts estimate a million tons of chemical weapons sit on the sea floor.
Of course, Canada’s ghost town is too polite to be dirty.
It inspired castles in The Lord of the Rings, Dark Souls, and Assassin’s Creed.
Volcano lightning is called “dirty lightning.”
Norilsk is known as one of the most polluted cities in the world.
One researcher thinks there could be an entire dinosaur preserved in the the Myanmar region.
The restaurant has even received tiny cheese and bread deliveries.