34 Landmarks From Around the Globe That Carmen Sandiego Wouldn’t Touch With a One-Hundred-Story Tower

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34 Landmarks From Around the Globe That Carmen Sandiego Wouldn’t Touch With a One-Hundred-Story Tower

Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Well, we can narrow it down by telling you the places she most certainly is not! These would make for some pretty dark episodes, so maybe PBS could air these bad boys as a late-night version of the show — after the kids are in bed. Because, trust us, after finding out that these places are actually on our planet, they would not be getting any sleep!

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Fengdu Ghost City in China. F le With stone statues of demons desecrating humans, Ghost City is seen as the gateway to Diyu (the Chinese realm of hell). It's at the northern end of the Yangtze River, and you can participate in the annual festival that honors the spirits. CRACKED

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CRACKED THE TEMPLE OF THE SUN Six jerks pooped all over Machu Picchu. Five South American citizens and one French national were arrested for vandalizing Machu Picchu in Peru. The vandals caused damage to the temple, defecated on the floor, and soiled walls.

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The Washington Monument has a tiny, hidden twin. A 12-foot replica of the Monument is buried right next to it. It was built in the 1880s as a surveyor's tool-they'd use its scale to verify readings. The ground level rose over time, and the Mini Monument was encased in a tube, buried, and forgotten. CRACKED.COM

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CRACKED.COM The Alps are hiding dead soldiers from World War I. There were 150,000 deaths on the Alpine front during WW1. A third of those were battle victims. The rest died from avalanches, frostbite, and illness. As the globe warms and the glaciers melt, the bodies of those dead soldiers pop up.

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CRACKED.COM The Great Wall of China is actually a great cemetery. It is estimated around 400,000 construction workers had died building the Great Wall, and were just as easily buried in its foundation, which earned the deserved moniker longest cemetery on Earth.

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CRACKED.COM The Eiffel Tower was a popular suicide spot. The Eiffel Tower holds a death toll of over 350 suicides, some of whom chose to hang themselves from the tower. Preventive barricades have since been built along with tightened security to preserve the lively image of the monument.

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CRACKED.COM The River Thames is full of bodies. The most famous river in England has been nicknamed by The Guardian The Watery Grave. It has some 60 dead bodies pulled out of it every year, averaging at one body a week.

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There's a derelict water park, River Country, inside Disney's resort in Florida. Seph Lawless had to scale a twenty feet high, blacked-out fence to take these photos, after which he was banned from Disney World for life. CRACKED.COM

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GRACKED COM Walt Disney World's River County was once responsible for the death of a boy in 1980, who died after contracting a brain-eating amoeba while swimming in the water park. However, this incident wasn't enough to shut it down. It was only shut down in 2001 due to lack of demand.

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