This list has the scariest, creepiest , horrifying terrible places on planet earth. to visit of these place, you must either be brave, courageous, hardhearted,strong willed or a psycho.
A natural gas field In Turkmenistan that Soviet engineers tried to burn off in 1971 has been burning constantly since then, and doesn’t appear that it will ever stop. When the Devil comes to Earth, it’ll probably be through here.
Can you imagine its been burning since 1971 till date.
This tiny island near Mexico City was inhabited by a recluse named Julián Santana Barrera who hung up the discarded dolls he found floating in surrounding river for 50 years to appease the spirit of a girl who drowned nearby which he said haunted him until he died of a heart attack near the same river. Can’t imagine why he was scared to death…May be he raped her.
The town of almost 50,000 was quickly evacuated in the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster which was nearby. Visit their famed amusement park, and you’ll come back glowing!
The 50,000 residents of Pripyat – now a ghost town – were evacuated in a major government operation starting the day after the catastrophe, on April 27. Now more than 25 years after the city was emptied, it stands untouched from the day everyone left.
The “Chapel of Bones” was built by a (super weird) monk in the 1500’s who decorated the building with the bones of an estimated 5,000 of his fellow monks. If that’s not creepy enough, two bodies hang from the ceiling, and one them is a child. Jesus would be proud
In addition to the thousands of human bones that decorate the chapel, two human mummies are found hanging from one of the walls. One of the corpses corresponds to an adult man and the other is a young child. Both are hung for the visitor to witness, chained to the same wall.
Although their identities remain unknown, apparently they were found together and then hung there. One legend has it that they were father and son and the son mistreated his mother, in an act of which the father was accomplice. When the mother was dying she is thought to have cursed them both, saying “May the earth of your graves not be destroyed!”
Another legend claims that the man was an adulterer and the child his sinful offspring. In the end, the only thing known for certain about the two bodies is that they have been hanging in the Chapel of Bones since the seventeenth century.
5. Suicide Forest- Mouint Fiji, Japan
The beauty of this forest near the base of Mount Fuji, belies its nickname as the Suicide Forest. For over 60 years, about 100 people have killed themselves in the forest each year. It’s a severe problem in Japan that local authorities aren’t sure how to stop
Due to the vastness of the forest, desperate visitors are unlikely to encounter anyone once inside the so-called Sea of Trees, so the police have mounted signs reading “Your life is a precious gift from your parents,” and “Please consult the police before you decide to die!” on trees throughout.
This does not deter determined people from committing suicide in this dense forest. Annually about 70 corpses are found by volunteers who clean the woods, but many are forever lost in the very thick woods
Sagada, are predominantly reserved for Igorot elders with families, because it is believed that the younger generations will benefit spiritually from the success of the ‘burial.’ Family members may also wish to carry the corpse to its waiting coffin at the cliff edge in order to be contaminated by the bodily fluids which are thought to contain the talent and luck of their dead relative.
Whoever hung those coffins must have done hard work.
7. Old Jewish Cemetery – Prague
The cemetery is nearly 600 years old, and has about 12,000 tombstones packed in it. Per Jewish tradition, no bodies have ever been moved, so when they ran out of room, the bodies were put in layers, now 12 deep. There are an estimated 100,000 bodies in this one graveyard.
100k dead peeps in 1 Graveyard? Hian……Now I understand why some just conserve land and burn dead bodies to ashes.
Montgomery Clift, stayed at the hotel for three months while rehearsing his role in the 1953 movie “From Here to Eternity.” His ghost now allegedly haunts room #928 of the 9th floor of the hotel, playing a trumpet, and pacing the hallways while reciting his old lines
Marilyn Monroe has supposedly been seen several times in a full-length mirror, which was originally located in her poolside Suite 1200, where Marilyn often stayed. The mirror in which her image supposedly appears is now located next to the elevator on the lower level
There is also supposed to be a “cold spot” in the Blossom Ballroom at the same Roosevelt Hotel (the room where the very first Academy Awards ceremony was held), a circle about 30 inches in diameter and about 10 degrees colder than the rest of the ballroom.
The small island of about 100 fishermen is known more its other inhabitants, the hundreds of feral cats that give the place the name “Cat Island.” Bred for good luck, the cats are Everywhere. If you aren’t a cat person, this island is definitely not for you..
P:s Dogs are banned on this island. Do not bring your Dog here except you want to start a war.
11. Snake Island
“Snake Island” is home to an estimated 4,000 Golden Lancehead Vipers, and is the only place in the world these extremely venomous snakes can be found. The only people who dare visit the uninhabited island are the occasional scientists who are truly brave souls.
Presently, reaching the island legally requires the cooperation of the Brazilian Navy. A particularly daring tourist could hypothetically travel to Peruíbe or Itanhaém (approx. 1.5-2.5 hours from downtown São Paulo) and convince a local with a boat to approach the island, but doing so is dangerous and illegal. Golden lanceheads can legally be seen at the Butantã Institute in São Paulo if one asks politely.
12. House of the Bulgarian Communist Party
Tucked away in the Balkan Mountains is this now abandoned monument to the Eastern Bloc. Graffiti marks the walls of the former seat of Bulgaria’s Communist Party. The place looks like a crashed spaceship. Completely otherworldly
Formally known as the House-Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party, the monument at Buzludzha Peak is like something out of a 1950s sci-fi movie.
Perched on a high promontory of the Balkan Mountains, this otherworldly structure resembles a great concrete saucer adorned with rousing socialist slogans. Now abandoned, the site has become one of the world’s most famous modern ruins; but as a symbol, Buzludzha is more than just a building, and its demise carries a deeper significance than can rightly be understood by the crowds of foreign visitors who now visit the monument from week to week.
In this section of the famed Alnwick Garden, you definitely don’t want to stop and smell the roses because they could kill you. Added in 2005 as a bit of a tourist attraction, the garden’s plants are toxic and poisonous, and grown for educational purposes.
Smell the roses at your own risk!!!
It kinda bear a similarity to the garden of Eden…..where it all started..
14. Cambridge Military Hospital – Aldershot, England
From 1878 to 1996 the hospital treated Britain’s soldiers and then civilians until high costs and asbestos caused the hospital to close its doors. Certainly the souls of an unfortunate patient or two still haven’t checked out.
15. Jacob’s Well- Texas
The natural spring is a popular swimming hole, but the complex network of underwater caves beneath the surface is the real attraction for aspiring explorers. Unfortunately, the caves have claimed the lives of eight people who underestimated the Well.
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