If you are a naturally scary individual, then I would not recommend these following 10 places to go visit in your lifetime. But for those who don’t have a scary bone in your body, I’m convinced once you visit one of these places, you will develop a scary bone.
1. Suicide Forest in Japan
This place has made headlines, when 105 bodies were found in 2003, beating the year previous, finding 73 bodies. This place has been deemed the home for paranormal activity.
Don’t believe me? They made a movie based on the events that have occurred, go check it out.
2. Island of The Dolls
The Island of dolls received that name because there was a bunch of them being mounted everywhere in the forest. The man responsible for this is Don Julian Santana Barrea, he was the main man of the island.
This all started when he found the body of a little girl who had drown, where he later found her doll in the water. From there on, he started to decorate all the trees with dolls that he would find.
In 2001, he ended up committing suicide due to driving himself insane, drowning in the same spot as the girl.
3. Eastern State Penitentiary
This is a place where prisoners were left to be in solitary or even to die in unbelievable circumstances. Because of the aftermath of the events taken place there, paranormal activity has been reported to be spine-chilling.
4. Lome Bazaar Market
Lome Bazaar Market is located in Togo, Africa, where products and items that are necessary are sold to do Black Magic. The necessities range from freshly dead animals, preserved animal remains and skeletons.
5. Miyake-jima, Japan
Imagine having to wear a gas mask for the rest of your life, due to environmental circumstances. Due to an active volcano that creates poisonous gases, causes the people have to wear a gas mask for the rest of their life.
Dadipark park opened in 1950, which is an amusement park that was located in Belgium. The park opened in 2002 but suddenly closed when a tragic accident occurred. A little boy lost his arm and that stopped the attraction to the amusement park.
7. Military Hospital in Germany
An abandoned building in Beelitz, Germany located in the northern part of Germany was a military hospital that Nazi Leader Adolf Hitler was treated. It was a 60 treatment building facility.
Nothing is left of the building, but the corridors, squeaky beds and old equipment.
8. Willard Asylum
This asylum came around in 1869, it held over 4,000 patients at a time and had a total of 50,000 deaths. The asylum death toll had many natural deaths and is now a morgue.
9. Screaming Tunnel
This tunnel is located at Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The screaming tunnel is so pitch black that you have to use a wooden match. The story behind the screaming tunnel is crazy.
It happened a hundred years ago, where a young girl was trying to escape the anger of her drunken father. She ran into the tunnel and her father killed her, it is believed that her soul still lingers.
If you go there, you might hear her scream her little heart out when you enter with a wooden match.
10. Monte Cristo, New South Wales, Australia
A bunch of unnatural deaths has been taking place at this Australia cottage. The deaths ranged from a little boy falling down a flight of steps, house caregivers being brutally killed and a young boy was burnt to death.
I would be all set to visit this place even if I was able to leave after, those evil forces and bad energy is not something I would want around me.