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There is a coal mining town in the Eastern United States that was once home to over one thousand people, most of them members of the secret society that founded the town. When the coal fires started throughout the mines fifty years ago, those that didn’t die abandoned the town. The coal fires burn to this day covering the streets in ash. Those of you familiar with the Silent Hill video games and movie may think that I’m talking about that town, but I’m not – this article is about the very real town that Silent Hill was based on. Welcome to Centralia Pennsylvania…
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