Look familiar? Urban explorer discovers abandoned island which features in bond film.

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An urban explorer stumbled across an abandoned island which featured in JAMES BOND.

Curious Stephen Pamaran and friend caught a boat to Nagasaki, Japan, which was used in the 2012 blockbuster Skyfall.
He was intrigued by the island after discovering it on Instagram and said it felt like a ‘fantasy world’.

The untouched island is littered with rubble and looks exactly the same as it did in the Bond film.

It was used in the iconic scene with Raoul Silva where he challenges Bond to knock a shot glass off Sévérine’s head with a gun.

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Stephen, who’s also explored Suicide Forest, Fukushima and Battleship Island, said it was somewhere he’d always wanted to go.

He said: “No words can describe what it was like, but it felt like I was in some kind of fantasy world.

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“It was unreal and you just have to experience it.

“When I first saw pictures of the place I instantly wanted to go.

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“Just by looking at the pictures and history I knew it was the top place any urban explorer would dream of going to.”