Manchak Swamp in Louisiana, USA
This is a place of ghosts, graves, alligators, and horrific-looking trees. Manchak Swamp is located in Louisiana near New Orleans. There are many legends and various frightening stories about the swamp. Without a doubt, a special landscape, peculiar vegetation and inhabitants, do not cause a desire to arrange an evening walk through this territory. Besides, it can be very dangerous.
Cane Hill Hospital in London
Cane Hill was a psychiatric clinic in Croydon. It was used until 1991, when, apparently, all patients just left it. Some patients were moved to other safe places. However, the clinic itself still exists and most of the medical equipment and appliances are there.
Ruins of Bhangarh Fort in India
Bhangarh is an abandoned city erected in honor of the prince in memory of his military achievements. It is claimed that the city was the most densely populated by the number of ghosts in the country. It was founded in 1573 but because of the alleged curse, in 1783 all the inhabitants left. There are so many ghosts here that access to the ruins is closed after sunset and before sunrise.
Centralia in Pennsylvania, USA
In 1962, several firefighters burned the debris in an abandoned mine to clean the city. The fire reached deeper depressions and the mine was caught on fire. It burned very long, until all the streets were emptied forever.
Sanctuary of Tophet in Tunisia
It is home to the graves of thousands of children. Historians suggest that perhaps these were human sacrifices during the Punic times, when this place was known as Carthage. It is possible that the kids were sacrificed and then eaten because of the hunger raging at that time in the region.
Actun Tunichil Muknal in Belize
This place is filled with skeletons and archaeological Mayan artifacts. The most “fascinating resident” of the cave is a young girl who became the object of human sacrifice. Its calcified bones shine like crystal, which makes the remains looks even creepier.
Aokigahara in Japan
This place is certainly not included in the list of tourist attractions. However, many tourists visit it during a trip to the famous Mount Fuji without even realizing that they are in the most sinister point of Japan. Aokigahara translates as “a plain of green trees.” Its second name is “The Sea of Trees” because from the height this massif of dense green mass resembles a ferocious sea. It is famous for being an incredibly popular place for suicides. It’s very creepy here.