25 worst places on the planet
Hard to believe that this is not the scenery for a horror film.
In the gray gloomy October, the eve of All Saints' Day, comes the best time to tell scary stories. But we are not going to bully you sinister inventions. We want to spend a tour of the very real place from which emanates danger and mystery.
Warning: this post is not suitable impressionable natures. But if you are brave enough, just follow us.
The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, Czech Republic
Procession at the cemetery took place over nearly four centuries (from 1439 - to 1787 years). On a relatively small area tysyach buried more than 100 deaths, and the number reaches 12000. tombstones Older
burial cemetery workers covered with earth, and in the same place erected new tombstones. At the cemetery, there are places where the earth's crust under 12 tombstone housed tiers. After a time the earth opened sagging look alive the old gravestones, which were shifted plate later. View turned out not only unusual, but also creepy.
The Island of abandoned dolls, Mexico
In Mexico, there is a very strange deserted island, most of which is inhabited by scary dolls. It is said that in 1950 dolls from wastebaskets began to gather and hang a hermit Julian Santana Barrera, who tried to soothe the soul thus drowned near the girls. Julian himself drowned on the island of 17 April 2001. Now the island is about 1,000 exhibits.
Hasim Island, Japan
Hasim - former settlement of miners, coal mining, founded in 1887. He was considered one of the most densely populated places on earth - at the coastline of about one kilometer, its population was in 1959, 5259 people. When the coal mine here was unprofitable, the mine closed and the city-island joins a list of ghost towns. This happened in 1974.
The chapel of bones, Portugal
Chapel was built in the XVI century Franciscan monks. The chapel itself is small - only 18, 6 meters long and 11 meters wide, but here are kept the bones and skulls of five thousand monks. On the roof of the chapel is written the phrase "Melior est die mortis die nativitatis" ( "Better the day of death than the day of birth").
Forest suicides, Japan
Wood suicide - the informal name of the forest Aokigahara Dzyukay located in Japan on the island of Honshu and famous thanks to often make it a suicide. Initially, the forest associated with the Japanese mythology and is traditionally the dwelling place of demons and ghosts. He is now considered the second (championship in the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco) on the popular places in the world to settle scores with his life. At the entrance to the forest set a poster: "Your life is a precious gift from your parents. Think about them and about your family. You do not have to suffer alone. Give us a call 22-0110. "
Abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy
The Brazilian artist Baglioni Herbert (Herbert Baglione) made an art object out of the building, which once housed a psychiatric hospital. He portrayed the spirit of this place. Now the former hospital shadowy figures wandering exhausted patients.
The Church of St. George, Czech Republic
Church in the Czech village of Lukova abandoned since 1968, from the time when part of its roof collapsed during a funeral ceremony. Hadrava artist Jakub (Jakub Hadrava) populated church sculptures ghost, giving it a particularly sinister appearance.
The Catacombs in Paris, France
Catacombs - a network of winding underground tunnels and caves near Paris. The total length, according to various estimates, from 187 to 300 kilometers. Since the end of XVIII century in the catacombs the remains of nearly 6 million people.
City of Centralia, Pennsylvania, USA
Because of the burst 50 years ago, an underground fire that continues to burn until now, the number of inhabitants has decreased from 1,000 (1981) to 7 (2012). Population Centralia is now considered the most numerically small in Pennsylvania. Centralia was the inspiration for the creation of the city in "Silent Hill" video game series and filmed on the game film.
Magic Market Akodesseva, Togo
Market Magic and magical herbs Akodesseva stretches right into the heart of Lome, the capital of the State in Africa. Africans Togo, Ghana and Nigeria are still profess the religion of voodoo and believe in the miraculous properties of dolls. Fetishistic assortment Akodessevy very exotic: you can buy the skull of cattle, dried heads of monkeys, buffalo and leopards and many other equally "wonderful" things.
The Plague Island, Italy
has become a tradition - one of the most famous islands of the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. They argue that since Roman times the island was used as a place of reference for patients with plague, in connection with which it was buried up to 160,000 people. The souls of many dead allegedly turned into ghosts, which are now crowded island. Gloomy tales of the island's reputation is compounded by the terrible experiments which allegedly exposes the patient to a psychiatric clinic. In this regard, the researchers of paranormal phenomena is called the island one of the most horrible places in the world.
The Hill of Crosses, Lithuania
Mountain crosses represents hill on which a plurality of Lithuanian crosses, the total number of about 50 thousand. Despite the resemblance, it is not a cemetery. According to popular belief, the one who will leave at the Hill of Crosses, will have good luck. Nor about the time of Hill of Crosses, nor about the reasons for its occurrence can not say anything with precision. To this day, this place is shrouded in mystery and legends.
Burial Kabayan, Philippines
There are buried famous fiery Kabayan mummies dating from 1200-1500 years BC, as well as the locals believe their spirits. It used in their manufacture a complex process of mummification, and now they are carefully guarded, as there are cases of theft. Why? As one of the robbers, "he had a right" as a mummy come to his great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather.
Overtoun Bridge, Scotland
Old arch bridge located near the Scottish village of Milton. In the middle of the XX century it started to happen strange things: dozens of dogs suddenly rushed to the 15-meter height and fell on the rocks and smashed to death. Those that survived, returned, and repeated again. The bridge has become a real "killer" four-legged.
Cave actun tunichil muknal, Belize
Actun tunichil muknal - a cave near the town of San Ignacio, Belize. It is an archaeological monument of the Mayan civilization. Located in the nature park Mountain Tapir. One of the halls of the cave - the so-called cathedral, where the Maya made sacrifices, because they thought this place Xibalba - the entrance to the underworld.
Leap Castle, Ireland
Leap Castle in County Offaly, Ireland, is considered one of the cursed castles in the world. His grim sight - a large underground dungeon, the bottom of which is dotted with sharp stakes. The dungeon was discovered during the restoration of the castle. In order to take all the bones out of it, work it took 4 carts. Locals say that the castle is inhabited by many ghosts of people who died in prison.
cemetery Chowchilla Airport, Peru
cemetery Chowchilla Airport is located about 30 minutes from the desert Nazca, on the southern coast of Peru. Necropolis was discovered in the 20-ies of XX century. According to the researchers, in the cemetery of the body found that about 700 years, and the last burial here took place in the IX century. Chowchilla Airport is different from other burial sites in a special way in which people were buried. All body "hunker down" and their "person" seems frozen in a wide smile. Body perfectly preserved thanks to the Peruvian dry desert climate.
Sanctuary of Tophet, Tunisia
The most notorious characteristic of Carthaginian religion was offering children, mostly infants. At the time of sacrifice was forbidden to cry, because it was believed that every tear, every plaintive sigh detract from the value of the victim. In 1921, archaeologists discovered a place where several rows of urns with charred remains of what animals (they sacrificed instead of people), and small children were found. A place called Topheth.
Snake Island, Brazil
Ilha da Queimada Grande - one of the most dangerous and the famous islands of the planet. It is only the forest, rocky inhospitable shore to 200 meters in height, and the snakes. Per square meter of the island accounts for up to six snakes. The venom of these snakes acts instantly. Brazilian authorities have decided on a total ban on visiting this island for anyone but locals tell chilling stories about him.
The largest monument in Bulgaria, situated on Mount Buzludzha height of 1441 meters, was built in 1980 in honor of the Bulgarian Communist Party. Its construction took almost 7 years and has been involved more than 6000 workers and experts. The interior was partially marble and the stairs were decorated with red glass cathedral. The house is now a monument completely looted, there was only a concrete frame with reinforcement similar to the destroyed alien craft.
City of the Dead, Russia
Dargavs in North Ossetia is like a pretty village with little stone houses, but in reality it is an ancient necropolis. In the vaults of different types of people buried together with all their clothes and personal belongings.
Abandoned military hospital Beelitz-Haylshtetten, Germany
During the First and Second World Wars, the hospital was used by the military, and in 1916 it was treated Adolf Hitler. After World War II the hospital was in the Soviet occupation zone and was the largest Soviet hospital outside the USSR. The complex consists of 60 buildings, some of which are now restored. Almost all of the abandoned buildings are closed to access. Doors and windows securely boarded up high with boards and sheets of plywood.
The unfinished subway in Cincinnati, USA
Abandoned metro depot in Cincinnati - construction project in 1884. But after the First World War and as a result of demographic changes demand for metro disappeared. Construction slowed down in 1925, half of the 16-km line was completed. Now an abandoned subway twice a year, there are guided tours, but we know that a lot of people wandering through the tunnels of its own.
The Hanging Coffins of Sagada, Philippines
On the island of Luzon in the village of Sagada is one of the most frightening places in the Philippines. Here you can see the unusual burial structures of the graves, placed high above the ground on the rocks. Among the indigenous population, there is a belief that the higher the buried body of the deceased, so his soul will be closer to heaven.