So one of the things we really wanted to do was take photos of the outside of abandoned Six Flags in New Orleans. We knew you could see it from the interstate but when I put it in Google Maps, it took us right to the main entrance. It's in the middle of this residential area but by itself too. It was pretty creepy because unlike what we'd heard, there was no filming going on and we could just walk in. However, having no one with us but just us two, we were hesitant to go inside without a gun or a way of keeping lookout. If we'd gone with a large group we would have risked it but by ourselves, no way. We did go in just not throughout the park because honestly, it was creepy. You're in the middle of nowhere and there's no one around although another couple did come by and look at it too while we were there. I'll have photos on Flickr and you can see this one, obviously.
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