Abandoned In The Alaskan Mountains – This Haunting Copper Mine Will Spook You!

Kennecott was once the largest copper mine in the world, now it lies derelict and forgotten as it rots into the Alaskan mountainside…

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Nestled comfortably in the Alaskan mountains, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is home to Kennecott, a mine which once produced tons upon tons of copper ore.

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It opened in 1911┬ábut was abandoned when the last train left on November 10, 1938. It is now an eerie ghost town, casting a spooky shadow on the quiet mountainside…

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The buildings are just a relic to the days when the mining industry was booming in the Alaskan hills. The 14-story mill is now a sorry sight, looking like something from a horror film set…

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