Most Terrifying and Creepy Places on Earth
Most Terrifying and Creepy Places on Earth. Are you a daredevil and not applied afraid? We challenge you! There are places on this earth that are most terrifying and creepy than we have ever seen in movies. Places where you get goose bumps spontaneously.
Here are the Most Terrifying and Creepy Places on Earth:
1. Isla de las Muñecas (Island of the dolls), Mexico
In a swamp south of Mexico City is an island that everyone will hunt wits with fear of clowns or puppets. In the trees on Isla de las Muñecas hang thousands of decaying dolls hung by hermit Julian Santana.
He left his family to live alone on this strange island. Ever seems to be a girl drowned on the island, and Julian hung the doll to make her happy spirit.
The bizarre about this story is that Julian was drowned in the same spot at 80 years of age and where the girl was killed. His cousin was leading contemporary tourists around the island.
2. Aokigahara, Japan
At first glance Aokigahara, located at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan, a normal forest. Nothing is less true, unfortunately. The forest is one of the most popular places in the world to commit suicide.
Nearly 100 people every year wandering the forest, never to come out again. For years no one cleared the bodies, you will find skeletons there, that are so everywhere and also other remains.
Contemporary bodies are removed once a year. The suicide plague is so extreme that the government has hung signs at the entrance to the forest with cries of ‘Are you sure?
3. Hell, Ohio, USA
Boston Mills once was a thriving city, which owed its prosperity to a paper mill. But many environmentalists protested against the canopy of trees and finally, there is a law that caused the plant was closed.
The village has been taken and would be turned into National Park. It never came to that, houses were empty and were burned by the fire brigade exercises. By that time also began to do the ghost stories.
Nowadays the abandoned town in the dark woods legends as a shelter for serial killers, ghosts, Satanists and a 10-meter long python mutated. There is also seen spirits at the nearby Boston Cemetery.
4. Humberstone and LaNoria, Chile
These two towns in Chile were founded in 1872 by a saltpeter mine, but after several economic crises, they have been empty out, in 1960.
It is said that the dead in the cemetery LaNoria night come alive and wandering through the village, there are many pictures showing his apparitions.
These villages are so terrifying that residents of the nearby located Iquique refuse to enter. The revered former managers would have never gone away and they heard voice of children playing.
Whether it is now haunted or not, LaNoria cemetery is a particularly ominous spot, with open graves and exposed bodies. And no one knows exactly how this came so …
5. Leap Castle, Ireland
This, incidentally beautiful castle in Ireland was discovered in the 15th century, it was the scene of a feud between two brothers of the O’Carroll family.
One of the brothers, a priest, was brutally murdered in his private chapel by his brother, in front of the rest of the family. This chapel is now called ‘Bloody Chapel’.
Throughout history, many people imprisoned and killed in the castle. There is also an underground prison in renovations found where prisoners were thrown and left to die.
In the prison numerous human remains were found. It has rumors that the castle owned by many ghosts including a violent entity called ‘the Elemental. He is recognized by the smell of rotting flesh and sulfur.
6. McKamey Manor, San Diego, USA
Mc Kamey Manor is by far the scariest haunted house ever, especially for horror freaks that have seen all the movies and need a trauma (or two).
Think about locked for 4 to 8 hours sitting in your own horror movie, complete with blood, mental terror and forced eating of pork, eggs and rotten snake infested.
Once you’re inside, there is no way out, there is no stop word and you have to endure the full torture!
7. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Cambodia
In Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is located. This was once a prison used by the Khmer Rouge to torture and murder prisoners. It is estimated that 17,000 people were killed here, there are only 12 people come out of this hell alive.
The prisoners were forced to give up the names of their relatives and to confess crimes they did not commit.
The spirits of those who died to remain here wandering life through the corridors and often strange things happen in the museum. It is not hard to understand why.
8. The Paris Catacombs, France
Who would think that under the Champs Elysees and the Eiffel Tower, a 300-kilometer long network of tunnels is completely filled with skulls and bones?
From 1786 to overcrowded Paris cemeteries were in the 19th century and the bones of about 6 million inhabitants of the city were housed here.
In some places they are stacked neatly against the wall, in others, they simply thrown in a pile. Here you literally look death in the eye. Tourists can visit a lot tunnel of 1,700 meters, at the entrance, there is a sign that read “Stop, here is the kingdom of the dead.”
9. The Church of the nine spirits, Czech Republic
When in 1968 the ceiling of a church in Lukova, the Czech Republic during a funeral came down the locals thought that this was the work of ghosts and cursed the church.
Since then, the building stands empty and is considerably worsened the state of the St. Georges. To save the church from ruin placed local artist Jakub Hadrava nine stucco figures in the church, which is illuminated at night spooky.
Meanwhile, there are many more of these spirits were added to the church and attracts many tourists from all over the world.