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Famous Crime Scene Photos

Travel Channel takes a look at destinations made famous by some of the most bone-chilling murders, assassinations and crime scenes in the world.

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Photography by Paul Roth, Flickr

James J. Lee, known for protesting Discovery Channel's environmental programming, stormed the network's Maryland headquarters carrying a handgun on Sept. 1, 2010. Lee held 3 people hostage for hours until he was shot and killed by police.

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