Ever been to a creepy place in your life? It might not be able to top any of these places from the list below. From strange sightings, to unexplained mysteries, and worst still - deaths, here are some for-sure super creepy places you might not want to go to. Ever.
Falkirk Triangle, Scotland
UFOlogists claim that more sightings are reported here than in any country or place. They are also reported every single day. The Falkirk Triangle is in a village called Rosslyn, which is hope to the Rosslyn Chapel - the church that has been connected to the Knights Templar.
Ghost City of Fengdu
Fengdu is believed to be an area where there's a link to life and death and where demons live. Basically, a real-life ghost city?
The Abandoned Takakonuma Greenland Park, Japan
When places get abandoned, they get real creepy fast. this amusement park in Japan opened in 1973, but remained operational for two years only before closing its doors. No one knows what happened, except that it's just about as creepy as it gets.
Prague’s Old Cemetery
This is a creepy place with 12,000 visible headstones around the Old Jewish Cemetery, with an estimated 100,000 bodies buried beneath the ground.
Matsuo Ghost Mine
Located in northern Japan, it closed its doors in the 70s and was abandoned thereafter. There's a ghostly mist that hides the city and it is so thick that people have spent hours wandering around the mist just to locate the ruins. It's as if it doesn't want to be found.
Bird Suicide Grounds of Jatinga
The small village of Jatinga in Northern India is where birds come in September and October. And then, commit suicide. And they do it between hours of 7 pm and 10 pm. It's also been happening for the past 100 years.
If birds committing suicide wasn't creepy enough, how about a forest where people go to do just that. Around 500 people have walked into Aokigahara Forest. They never walked out.
This is the twin capital in the world. Its twin birth rate is 18 times higher than the world average, and there's a possibility they are a result of the experimentation of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele.
That is the theory proposed by Jorge Camarasa, an Argentinean historian and an expert on Nazi war criminal and Auschwitz chief physician Mengele. He was fascinated with twins and fled to South America after the war ended.
He was identified by Camarasa and a few Candido Godoi elders as the mysterious German doctor who appeared in the area around 1963.
The Devil’s Sea
The Devil’s Sea (or Dragon’s Triangle) is an area of the Pacific Ocean with a lot of strange things happening, just like how you hear stories of the kind in Bermuda. It has countless claims of magnetic anomalies, inexplicable lights and objects, and mysterious disappearances.
Back in 1952, the Japanese government sent out a research vessel, the Kaio Maru No. 5, to investigate the mysteries of the Devil’s Sea. Naturally, of course, the Kaio Maru No. 5 and its crew of 31 people were never seen again.
Hellingly Hospital was a 63-acre state-of-the-art insane asylum. But like every asylum, this place is so creepy that it got abandoned in 1994. You wouldn't want to visit this place.
Chuuk Lagoon is the definition of a nightmare. Back in February of 1944, the U.S. Navy launched an attack on the Imperial Japanese Army called Operation Hailstone. It was one of the most spectacular battles of the Pacific theater, and by the end of it thousands of soldiers on both sides were dead, and their corpses forever entombed at the bottom of the Pacific. It is the biggest ship graveyard in the world.
San Zhi Resort
This is a place where mystery and terror meet. Construction of Pod City started around the 80s but was quickly shut down after a series of mysterious on-site fatal ‘accidents.’
Located in Southeastern Massachusettes, Bridgewater Triangle has been subject to cryptozoological sightings. Hairy and tall apes roaming around the swamp and creatures you never thought possible apparently exists here.
San Luis Valley, Colorado
The San Luis Valley is a mysterious place with numerous reported incidents, involving everything from UFOs to paranormal activity. Lots of ghost sightings, unexplained lights, and strange animals. Lastly, flying humans.
Near Scotland’s village of Milton, the Overtoun Bridge is a local arch construction where dogs apparently go to end their lives.
There have been around 600 total that have passed, at the rate of 1 pup per month.
Bennington Triangle, found in south-western Vermont, is the home to mysterious disappearances. Only one has ever been found - Frieda Langer. She was found 6 months later in an area that had been searched by rescue members. Her body was so mangled there was no determined cause of death.
With daily reports that include everything from mysterious lights, unidentified flying machines, encounters with translucent beings, to weird symbols and letters written across the sky, it doesn't look like the residents living here need to go on the Internet to have an interesting day.
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