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Hi, the horrors and nightmares! One of us will be able to save at least apparent calm in places where the blood run cold. Today we will tell you about some of the sights of Bali, where you don’t want to be after sunset.

It’s a big work-in-progress amusement Park in Sanur. 14 years ago stopped the construction of the complex, and now all in ruins that the jungle is slowly taking up in his arms. In fact, ruins a look more than creepy: over the years the roofs of the buildings collapsed, walls collapsed, overgrown with moss and got a chilling inscriptions graffiti (or blood, who knows!?), hanging from the ceiling vines, half of the steps is not in sight, — average area for shooting horror.

What little sinister place without myths and legends. The story of the abandoned Park in Sanur about crocodiles-cannibals (Yes, that’s right!). The Park has the cutest little pit full of black slime, where the assurances of his contemporaries, finds the early days of construction, settled nothing – 130 crocodiles. As it usually happens, greenbacks cuties to get forgotten when the project was abandoned. In a huge toothy mouth fell according to the legend, mostly tribesmen, as even the most frail monkeys avoided this place party. Ate you guys each other without the rest, nobody knows. So be careful when visiting the Park — do not jump into the pit with the slime and smotriat feet! Continue reading

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