With New York City residents hunkering down in their homes to escape from Hurricane Sandy, the streets of Manhattan can seem pretty desolate.
Not, however, this desolate.
This time, they wipe the bustling metropolis of New York City clear of inhabitants.
Iconic landmarks such as Wall Street, Central Park, Times Square, Penn Station, The Met and Fifth Avenue appear eerily, spookily empty.
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