Some people like to be scared. I understand, it gets those adrenaline junkies off. I like knowing creepy shit, but when it comes down to actually being scared I will be the first person to run away. So let’s just admire these scary ass places from a very, very safe distance.
WikiCommomns St. Albans Sanatorium in Redford, Virgina
Known as one of the most haunted places in this region of the U.S., the sanatorium was converted from a boy’s school to an asylum for the mentally disabled in 1912. Experimental treatments were performed and a high number of suicides were recorded. There’s even one room known as ‘the suicide bathroom’. There is said to be extremely high amounts of paranormal activity here.
Tom Lianza/Flickr The Stanley Hotel in Colorado, USA
The 142-room Colonial hotel in Estes Park, Colorado was made famous as the inspiration for Stephen King’s Overlook Hotel in ‘The Shining’. A surge in supposed paranormal events has occurred in the years since. There’s even a haunted tour that guides guests through the most ‘haunted’ parts of the building. Some people have even caught what looks like paranormal entities on camera.
Kuebi/WikiCommonms Herxheim in Southwest Germany
German archeologists recently uncovered a mass grave site at Herxheim that dates back 7,000 years. It wouldn’t be unusual, except the remains of the bodies were skinned and chewed on. It also appears that many of the bones had marrow sucked from them. Nothing says spooky like ancient cannibals.
Tim Vrtiska Villisca Ax Murder House in Villisca, Iowa
This ridiculously haunted house has a gruesome history. In 1912 a couple named Josiah and Sarah Moore were brutally murdered along with their four children and two house guests. The killer used an ax and when they were done draped all of the victim’s faces with cloth, as well as every mirror in the house. There are day time and overnight tours of the premises, where scary shit is constantly happening to visitors.
Chernobyl in Chernobyl, Ukraine
Chernobyl is an abandoned city north of Kiev, Ukraine that is part of the restricted ‘Chernobyl Exclusion Zone’. The city was evacuated on April 27, 1986 after disaster struck when a flawed nuclear reactor caused the most devastating nuclear accident in history. There were 2 plant workers killed on the night of the accident, but the scariest part is that 28 people died from radiation poisoning in the weeks that followed. The power plant and remains of the abandoned city still stand today.
Tormod Sandtorv Door to Hell in Derweze, Turkmenistan
This 30-foot-wide crater sits burning in the middle of the desert. In 1971, a team of geologists set up a drilling platform to figure out more about natural gas reserves in the area. When the rig collapsed into an underground cavern, the scientists set the crater on fire in the hopes that it would stop the spread of methane gas. They thought the fire would last a few hours, but it’s been over 40 years.
Jimmy Harris/Flickr The North Yungas Road in Bolivia
The terrifying stretch of 12-foot-wide highway has been given the nickname ‘Death Road’ due to the number of fatalities that occur around here. The two-way path leads from La Paz to Coroico in the Yungas Region of Bolivia and overlooks a 2,000-foot abyss.
Village of Nagoro in Japan
This shrinking village has gotten smaller and smaller due to a dwindling population of older citizens. An artist named Ayano Tsukimi moved back to her home village and decided to make a bunch of incredibly creepy dolls to make the town feel less empty. Great solution…
Bernard DUPONT Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in Belize
Inside this dark and already eerie cave lies the skeletal remains of 14 people who were reportedly sacrificed to Mayan gods. They were all killed by blunt force trauma to the head, and about half of the victims were children. In order to get here, you must swim inside the cave mouth and then wade up the cave river. No fucking thank you.
Mike Searle/Geograph Leap Castle in County Offaly, Ireland
Known as one of the most haunted castles in the world, Leap Castle was home to many terrible atrocities and bloodshed beginning in the 1500’s. The history of brutal murders and strange happenings has led people to believe the castle is home to many spirits.
Dan Searle Tuol Sleng in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Originally a school that turned into a prison, Tuol Sleng became a genocide ground. Around 14,000 people lost their lives as inmates. Most of them were brutally tortured to death. You can now visit the prison, but it is known as one of the most haunted places in Cambodia.
Jan Bommes Beelitz-Heilstätten Hospital in Beelitz, Germany
The facility was originally built in 1898 as a sanatorium to house people with fatal tuberculosis. To make it even creepier, it was converted into a military hospital for Nazi Germans. Adolf Hitler is said to have been treated here after being wounded in battle. The complex is mostly abandoned and is filled with crumbling psychiatric wards that will fill you with a historical amount of eerieness.
Rzuwig/WikiCommons Hoia Baciu Forest in Romania
This forest is located in Romania’s famous Transylvania region and is known as ‘The Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania’. There’s plenty of talk about what exactly lives in the spooky, misshapen trees of Hoia Baciu. Some people think it could be the spirits of murdered villagers while others have wild conspiracies. People believe anyone who enters the forest runs the risk of never leaving. Those brave/stupid souls who have managed to survive a trip reported unexplained physical injuries like scratches and burns.
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