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Desc:The Cabazon Wheel Inn diner, closed since 2013, might actually now be haunted by Large Marge.
Category:Nature & Places, Classic Movies
Tags:Pee Wee Herman, california, diner, abandoned
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:04/14/16
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John Holmes Motherfucker
I just want to take this opportunity to say that Pee-Wee's new movie (on Netflix) is way better than anyone has a right to expect.
cognitivedissonance
I didn't care for it, although they should've called it "Pee Wee's Big Self-Realization About His Pretty Obvious Homosexuality".

spikestoyiu
Wasn't it, though? I loved it. Same with the Wet Hot American Summer series.

Nominal
On this very night, 3 years ago, along this same stretch of road in a dense fog just like this. I saw the worst abandoned diner I ever seen. There was this sound, like a two tons of drywall crumbling off a rotting beam. And when they finally pulled open the door from the crumbling wreck, it looked like....
spikestoyiu
Like two weeks ago I ended up watching about an hour's worth of this dude's videos. I'm still not sure why. I don't even like him.
ZackKnight
There's something about how this guy is speaking of the place like some sort of important historical event took place there. Like a place where they filmed part of Pee Wee's Big Adventure was up there with the room where the Declaration of Independence was signed, or the caves where the dead sea scrolls were found.
sasazuka
I'm just surprised by how much the place has deteriorated in only two and a half years since it closed. I thought abandoned buildings last longer in the desert? Or is some of the deterioration likely due to people scavenging empty buildings for copper (probably why the ceiling collapsed, at the very least)?
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