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Abandoned “The Hills Have Eyes” set

Creepy photographs reveal the abandoned gas station from the horror film “The Hills Have Eyes.” The eerie movie set in Agadir, Morocco, stands relatively unchanged since it was featured in the 2006 flick that saw a family lured to their doom.

Now abandoned, the gas station played a pivotal part in the protagonists’ demise, as it was there that they were advised to take a shortcut. The reroute would lead them into a trap where psychotic, cannibalistic creatures would torture the family.

Photographer Bob Thissen, 31, visited the site earlier this month and revealed it was still stocked with American goods and is often mistaken for a working gas station. (Caters News)

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