15 Creepy Places In The World That Will Give You Nightmares

There are many mysterious and unusual places around the world that you have never visited before. But if you are thinking to visit these places let me warn you these places are the most haunted places and it will give you nightmares. We have gathered a list of 15 most terrifying places that will definitely send chills down the spine.

Poveglia Island, Italy

It is a place where people who had plague were sent to die here. And many people believed that souls of those people still wandering. From 1922 until 1968 a psychiatric hospital opened, where experiments were conducted on patients, and the chief doctor went mad and he committed suicide. This Island is abandoned.

Hoia Forest (Pădurea Hoia), Romania

It is believed to be a haunted forest and many people saw some irregular activities there like paranormal or appearance of UFOs and other strange phenomena. If you stay too long in the forest then it can cause nausea, rashes, and dizziness. Of course, all this could be considered no more than urban legends

Overtoun Bridge, Scotland

It was believed to be haunted because dogs jump off its head down, always from the same place — on the right, between the last two spans. But then David Sexton who is an animal behaviour expert examined the place and he found out huge amounts of mink and mouse urine. the reason dog jump off the bridge because this substance strongly affects dogs, making them thoughtlessly jump down.

Christ of the Abyss

In 1965 it was created as part of an art exhibit. To the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea, three statues were sunk. Copies were made and one was sunk off the coasts of Florida. They look quite real when surrounded by the whiteness of the ocean floor.

Hashima Island, Japan

Another name of Hashima Island is Gunkanjima (meaning “battleship island” for its ship-like silhouette). It is an abandoned island lying not far from the city of Nagasaki, Japan. In 1960 more than 5000 people resided here it is known for its undersea coal mines. When the coal mines were closed down in 1974 then people left this island.

The Island of the Dolls (Isla de las Muñecas), Mexico

There are many stories that a small girl drowned in a canal near the island. The place near where the girl died, a doll was found by Julian Santana Barrera and began to compile this eerie collection to appease the child’s spirit. Many tourist visit this island.

Garden of Bomarzo (Sacro Bosco), Italy

It contains 30 sculptures including Hercules, Aphrodite, and Cerberus as well as the leaning house and gate of the Underworld.it was built between 1548 and the 1580s for Duke Pier Francesco Orsini. In 1954, it was reopened for the visitors and they named it,”Park of the Monsters.”

Ghost Town Centralia, USA

An incident occurred here in 1962 turned it into a kind of Silent Hill (scenes were actually filmed there). Firefighters were burning garbage at a landfill set up in an abandoned coal mine. The underground fire is still burning but tourist can resist this place.

The Hill of Crosses (Kryžių kalnas), Lithuania

It is a place of Catholic pilgrimage and reminds one of an old cemetery. people believe that leaving a cross there make their wish come true. According to a legend, the first to establish a cross on the hill was a peasant whose daughter was seriously ill. When the daughter recovered, a new cross appear.

“Hand of the Desert” (Mano del desierto), Chile

Author Mario Irarrázabal says this imposing monument symbolizes loneliness, injustice, and helplessness. It becomes a spot for tourist. This 11-meter sculpture is installed not far from Antofagasta.

Aokigahara Forest, Japan

“Aokigahara“ is translated as ”Plain of blue trees,” but it’s also known as “Suicide Forest” Many people have committed suicide there. The forest is regularly patrolled, cameras and helpline signboards are there. They are trying to prevent these events.

Ghost City Ordos Kangbashi, China

The prices were high and people were facing financial problems that’s why the new city was never settled. It still has about 20,000 people living there but considering it was designed for 2 million inhabitants. Now, this abandoned city become a tourist spot.

Spotted Lake, Canada

The Okanagan people call it Kliluk. It is located in British Columbia. The unusual appearance is explained by the high concentration of magnesium sulfate, silver, calcium, and titanium. Without permission from the elder of the local tribe the tourist can’t get close

Darvaza gas crater (Derweze), Turkmenistan

It is also known as “Door to Hell,” was formed in 1971 as a result of a ground collapse during explorations. The fire has been burning for 46 years and become a tourist spot. According to geologists’ calculations, the gas should’ve been completely burned in a few days.

Sedlec Ossuary (Kostnice v Sedlci), Czech Republic

The interior of the church is decorated with human bones which is quite scary. It is located in the cemetery of the Czech city Kutná Hora. When they cemetery doesn’t have enough space to accommodate all the dead, so in 1400 the chapel with a vault was built and they store human remains in that vault. Now they use the bones and skull for decoration after cleaning them with bleach.

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