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Dark Places: The World's Most Morbidly Fascinating Destinations

Here’s a bucket list of a different sort. Historical places where men and women suffered in the most horrific of ways in the far distant past—often at the hand of another. Because of our innate curiosity, these places have become modern-day destinations in their own right. Moral compasses have no place in these prisons, torture chambers, and creepy-crawly bug pits, where the ugliest sides of human nature are exposed.
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