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Mike Dijital
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    When I was a kid, we would steal beer and liquor from our parents
    and go to this magical place called " The Slaughter House ". It was
    this random place at the end of a forgotten road. These days its over
    run with 12 year olds and their paint ball guns. Erin and I arrive and
    park the car behind the movie theatre. Im not even two steps out of
    my truck when I hear those damn paint balls. Now don't get me
    wrong. I like to paint ball, but when your dealing with little kids who
    are just waiting for the chance to blast  passers by. Well you start to
    hate that pop pop pop sound. Erin and I approach the building
    quietly. I now start to debate if I just want a few externals or do I
    want to deal with the 10 year olds blasting each other in there. I look
    at Erin and say " You've been in there before right ? " to which she
    nods yes. Then we both start snapping pics of the exterior

    The Slaughter house used to be a leather tannery. You
    can find it behind BJ's in Danvers of Endicott street. Its
    got a really ominous look about it, and its set within a
    whole area of abandoned things. For you Danvers
    townies, our favorite homeless people ( The Master and
    Frank the bum ) have taken up a tent city near it too.
    I've been coming here for the better part of my life. Just
    one of those cool hang out places you had when you
    were a kid. Never found any sort of super cool relics in
    there. Its more of a homage to when America wasn't all
    cubicles and computers but when it was labor and sweat
    that got things done..



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