Broken shells of plastic figures remain in their original positions, and half empty bottles of liquor still fill the dusty shelves.It started off as the Kinugawa Family Ranch, but the theme park expanded and drew guests from all over the world.
It was once a theme park which was eerily similar to hit TV drama Westworld - but now it is even more creepy, a decade after it was abandoned.
New pictures show the inside of Western Village, an ambitious tourist attraction which opened in the 1970s, 70 miles north of Tokyo in Japan.
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Last year German expat Florian Seidel said: 'It was a bit creepy at times, like when you enter a building and see a Clint Eastwood replica sitting behind a desk.'The Osaka-based translator visited the park in 2015, after it was announced that the attraction would be demolished.
Seidel wrote in his blog about how the park had once been a huge hit before being abandoned.
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Off-screen she was unlike her television persona, yet the public was often unable to reconcile the two.
Originally inspired by 1973 horror film Westworld - which featured Wild West themed androids, and was adapted in the recent HBO show starring Anthony Hopkins - it shut in 2006.
The TV show featured theme park guests cavorting with robots who populated the Wild West-themed attraction.
Frances was born in Lancashire, England, on April 7 1941.