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Did you know that if you don't physically break into a home or building it isn't technically "breaking and entering," it's just "trespassing?" Steve Ronin and his buddies knew that when they went to explore this abandoned mansion. Currently, there are no real owners of this multi-million dollar estate, but still, Steve and his friends have a rule to never take anything (not even the gold jewelry in the hidden safe).

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