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28DL and UE in the News MSN Travel Section

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sir_lancelot

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http://travel.uk.msn.com/worlds-spookiest-abandoned-places#image=1

Every horror film fan knows that entering an abandoned asylum is bound to lead to disaster, but that doesn't stop devotees of urban exploration (urbex) from photographing some of Britain's most scream-inducing old buildings. Fear of prosecution for trespass notwithstanding, the former Denbigh asylum, in north Wales, is a popular urbex site.
28 Days is also their second hit when you click "Find out more about urban exploration"
 

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It just refers you to an automatic Bing search, of which wikipedia comes up first, derp.
 
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