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These photos are from the inside of the Carlton building. Although I did not take this photo, I've probably been in this room. The first time I came to this building, all the doors were locked except a few. Most of them were empty except for one room on the second floor that not only had a bed, which almost NO other rooms have, but also had clothes, a recently used toilet, food garbage, empty packs of cigarettes and cigarette butts, and other things indicating that someone had stayed there recently. I do have photos of this and I will post them as soon as I get a chance to. It was quite eerie to think that someone had used that toilet recently, because, well, without getting into too much detail, it was probably less than a week or two old. I'd hate to think that someone lives there, but if someone does, I'm sure that they will never know that I was in their house. Although this is a reasonable theory, it looked more like someone had stayed for a very short period -- less than a day or two -- and then left. It might have been kids partying, but I have a feeling that it probably isn't because one of the pieces of evidence that was left over was a Pepsi can. Let's be serious -- kids don't party with Pepsi. I had never been in that building before that day so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. On my next trip up I'll check it out again and tell you what I find.
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