If you saw "Skyfall," you'll recall the abandon island used as a secret lair by Raoul Silva. Believe it or not, it's a real place, not just some wild machination from a Bond-movie. It's called Hashima Island and located nine miles from Nagasaki, Japan in the South China Sea. The island was used as a coal mine from 1887 to 1974, housing a densely-populated 5,259 people at the mine's peak in the late 1950s. For more photos of the island, check out this incredible photo essay by an urban explorer who managed to visit in 2010. Watch an excellent documentary about Hashima in the player above.