Visiting “Foreclosure Alley”

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If you’ve got 10 free minutes and a strong stomach, watch this report on a community destroyed by foreclosures. There’s video of deserted houses, still filled with TVs, computers, photographs, and other belongings, and an interview with a man who lives on a cul-de-sac of empty homes. He’s literally the only one left. Pretty heartbreaking stuff.

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