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Check out the most scary abandoned places ever! This top 10 list of creepy and haunted places with abandoned

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#10 The I.M. Cooling Tower in Belgium
Monceau-sur-Sambre, a neighborhood in the Belgian town of Charleroi is home to an old cooling tower. The

tower was abandoned years ago, but not many know why.
The power plant was built in 1921. At the time, it was one of the largest plants in the country. Water would

be sent into the tower and from there it would be cooled by the wind through vents in the tower by releasing

large pockets of hot air.
Fifty years later, the plant was the main source of energy in the Charleroi and could cool up to 500,000

gallons of water a minute. In the 1970s, new components were added to give the plant gas power.
Soon after, a report stated that the plant had caused 10% of the carbon dioxide emissions in the country of

Belgium. Greenpeace protests in 2006 forced the plant to shut down in 2007.
To this day, the tower stands with its own kind of beauty.
#9 Kolmanskop
Kolmanskop is a ghost town in southern Namibia, a country in southern Africa. The town was once a successful

mining town full of diamonds.
The diamond-field slowly started to deplete. By the 1930s, it was officially in decline. What made things

worse was the discovery of diamond-bearing deposits south of the town. The town’s residents followed this

discovery as well as others like it, leaving their homes behind. The new deposits only required searching the

beach rather than the difficult mining required to make a profit in Kolmanskop.
Finally, in 1954, the town was considered a ghost town due to its lack of inhabitants.
Today, Kolmanskop is popular tourist town, nearly buried in the sand. Visiting the town is no easy task. One

must both trek through the desert, knee deep in sand, as well as obtain a permit due to its location in the

Namibian desert.
#8 Michigan Central Station
At one time, Michigan Central Station was the main intercity passenger rail depot for Detroit, Michigan. The

station has seen its fair share of tough times.
In 1884, the first station was built and ran until 1913 when a fire struck and destroyed it. Luckily, another

station was being built, it just wasn’t quite ready. Still, the people of Detroit needed a station, so the

delivery was rushed. For decades, the railroad and the station boomed with activity.
The military often used the station for traveling in the city. After, unfortunately, automobiles became for

popular and the use of trains began to decline. Passenger count became so low that owners attempted to sell

the facility in 1956 for US$5 million. This was one-third of the construction price in 1913. This happened

again in 1963, but both attempts resulted in failure. In 1967, maintenance costs became too great compared to

the income due to so little traffic. The restaurant, arcade shops, and main entrance were closed. This left

only the ticket windows to operate.
By the 1970s, Amtrak had taken over and a few years later, the building was sold for a project that never

happened. On January 6, 1988, the owners decided to close the facility.
Today, the building has been slightly renovated, but still serves little purpose. Many wish to turn the

station into a museum or historical attraction.
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