Aokigahara Forest: in Japanese “The perfect place to die”, is also commonly called the suicide forest, and this is an extremely creepy place. Situated in Japan at the bottom of Mt Fuji, it is a place where Japanese people come… to kill themselves. Hundreds of bodies have been found here.
Actun Tunichil Muknal: situated in Mexico, this cave is also known as Cave of the Stone Sepulcher. Many skeletons can be found in there and they mostly all belong to children. Those kids were killed as offerings to the Mayan Gods during harsh times as a hope the Gods would respond.
The body farm: is a forensic facility located in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a training facility for forensic scientists dedicated to solve murders, and they used real human bodies for it. Many people give their dead bodies to this program!
Kabayan village: Kabayan are a series of caves located in the Philippines. However, these are not your standard caves as thousands of extremely well preserved mummies have been found in its tunnels. The people of Kabayan village live next to the caves without any fear or seeing the dead come back to hunt them!
Helltown: previously known as Boston, Ohio, this deserted town is now known as “Helltown”. This village was completed deserted in the 1970s as its people were evicted by the local government in order to create a National Park. Houses, a church and even a bus are still standing in the ghost town, which is now the scene for many ghost and murder stories.
Centralia mine fire: located in Pennsylvania, this is an underground coal fire that has been burning since 1962. The mine was filled with landfill which was set fire to by a group of miners. However, it was sitting on top of coal which ignited and never stopped. The coal is still burning today and could continue burn for another 200 years.
The catacombs: located in Paris, or underneath Paris would be more accurate, is a tunnel system filled with dead bodies. 17th century Paris was experiencing a shortage of cemetery. The decision was made to build catacombs underneath paris made of human bones in order to find a place for the dead. Miles of tunnel system underneath Paris are not opened to visitors, yet still filled with dead people. It is estimated that there are 6 million bodies in there.
Isla de las Munecas: translated to English this place is called “the island of the dolls”. It is located in Mexico and it is said that the dolls are possessed by the spirit of a little girl who was found drowned in the waters near the island. The care taker of the island supposedly found her and started hanging dolls to appease her spirit. 50 years later he was also found dead in the water in the same spot where he allegedly found the girl.
Chernobyl amusement park: this amusement park is located in Chernobyl. It was due to open a day before the infamous Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1968. It never opened.
The Winchester house: known as the Winchester mystery house, this is a huge 4 storey house located in California. Originally the house was 7 storey, but an earthquake changed it. The house was built by Sarah Winchester who believed to be haunted by the spirit of the victims of Winchester’s rifle. The house has many oddities, such as corridor and stairs leading nowhere, windows looking into rooms…
San Zhi Resort: is a creepy abandoned resort in Taiwan. However, the resort was never finished. A high number of unusual deaths occurred during the construction which led it to be abandoned. The Taiwanese government still hasn’t demolished the ruins, nor does it want to talk about these strange incidents…
Hellingly hospital: bares its name well… This is an old psychiatric hospital in the Uk that was abandoned in 1994. For almost a 100 years people were given electric shocks and being lobotomized in this facility. Today the place is said to be hunted by the souls of tortured patients.
Matsuo Ghost Mine: located in Japan, it used to be the largest sulfur mine in the far East. However, in was abandoned in the 1970s and the population left the premises. It is now permanently surrounded by a thick mist in which giant figures have been seen walking around….
The Overtoun Bridge: this bridge is sadly famous for its high number of suicide. Located in Scotland, UK, many men and women have jumped off to meet their end. However, a very strange phenomenon also happens there. Dogs seem to be doing the same and jump off to their death for very mysterious reasons.
The Sedlec Ossuary: also known as the church of bones. Located in Czech Republic, this church is made with human bones. The priests decided to use human bodies that were supposed to be buried in the grounds on of church and incorporated them to the walls and decoration of the church!
Mirny Diamond Mine: sadly, this is one of the largest man made hole in the world and is 525m deep and 1200m wide. Located in Russia this diamond mine was started in the 1950s and produced an extremely high number of diamonds! It was closed down in 2001. However, it started causing problems to planes flying over it, unexplained air currents and changes in temperatures, which made the Russian government create an air ban over the zone!
Beelitz Military Hospital: this is the remains of Adolf Hitler’s hospital. This hospital is were a young Adolf Hitler was sent to recover from his injuries during the First World War. The hospital was finally closed down in 2000 and stands as a creepy historical ruin.
Prague’s Old Jewish Cemetery: Czech Republic’s capital city has a very eery cemetery. The Old Jewish Cemetery has 12, 000 tombstones! However, there are a lot more people buried in its premises than the number of tombstones. It is estimated that more than 100,000 people are buried here. Graveyards, stacked upon graveyards…
Varosha: located in Cyprus, Varosha is an abandoned beach resort… The resort was evacuated after the Turkish invasion and was never populated again. Today, the resort is forbidden to the public, and remains deserted.
Candido Godoi: this town located in Brazil is one of the strangest place on Earth! It produces a super high number twins! The myths tells a story of Hitler coming to the town to experiment on the population in order to produce a higher number of Aryan children. Scientists, however lean towards excessive inbreeding…
Pripyat: located in northern Ukraine, Pripyat is a ghost town on the border of Belarus. More than 49, 000 people used to live there when they were evacuated the day after the Chernobyl accident in 1986. It is known as the Zone of Alienation and has been dead since then. Tourists are now starting to be allowed back as the radiation level is decreasing.
Sighisoara: the name of this town might not ring any bell to you! However, this town is located in Transylvania in the deep countryside of Romania and is the birthplace of a murderer who became an old time legend. Vlad the Impaler was born here and he is the real person that inspired the famous Count Dracula!