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These 22 Creepy Abandoned Amusement Parks Will Give You Nightmares. Guaranteed.

JULY 16, 2014

Abandoned buildings, cities and other structures draw people in. There is something inherent about the the decay of society and the lack of people that is magnetic. You don't have to be an urban explorer to be interested in seeing the hidden parts of society. Secret, forgotten places are meant to be discovered. These amusement parks from around the world have been long since forgotten by society. Even if only a decade has passed, it looks as if the harsh winds of time swept over these places. Most of the evidence of a human presence has been wiped away. The emptiness lure people in... but it'll also give you nightmares.

1.) Dogpatch USA in Marble Falls, Arkansas (closed in 1993)

2.) Okpo Land in Okpo-Dong, South Korea (closed in 1999)

3.) Six Flags in New Orleans, Louisiana (closed in 2005)

4.) Holy Land USA in Waterbury, Connecticut (closed in 1984)

5.) Chippewa Lake Park in Chippewa, Ohio (closed in 1978)

6.) Pripyat Amusement Park in Ukraine (close in 1986)

7.) Miracle Strip Amusement Park in Panama City Beach, Florida (closed in 2004)

8.) Takakanonuma Greenland in Hobart, Japan (closed in 1999)

9.) Okutama Ropeway in Haikyo, Saitama, Japan (closed in 1966)

10.) Umoja Children’s Park in Chake-Chake, Pemba Island, Zanzibar

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