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Milltown Abandoned Building Nj
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I have little to no idea what these buildings used to be but I can tell you they are abandoned.  And it might be the creepiest place I have been to even at 6 in the afternoon.  It is super quiet and I felt like I was in a horror movie and didn't know it.

Copyright: Dan Reppert
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Resolution: 7496x3748
Taken: 08/06/2010
Uploaded: 08/06/2010
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: abandoned; building; factory; milltown; nj
  • $3AN over 1 year ago
    I live near this place. it is creepy, me and my friend are going to explore the place soon! hoping the cops don't pull up or something jumps out.
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