There are some places on our earth that are strange and positively terrifying. It is one of the universally acknowledged facts that old buildings and abandoned locations are some of the scariest places. However, we humans cannot do much about it at all. These places are still here and they are constantly haunting us every minute of every day. Here are the world’s most scariest places that can’t be ignored.
10. Riddle House
This house still stands in Florida. It was a funeral house when it was constructed. This house has many ghost stories. One of them is quite famous, Joseph, the servant of Riddle’s, committed suicide in the attic of the house and it is rumored that his ghost is still there. It is believed that he hated men and he is constantly attacking men who come to his attic. One man was hit on the head with a lid and now people are prohibited to go there.
9. Hell Town
Did the name of the town sounds creepy to you? Well, it did to me. This town is full of ghost stories. If you are stuck in this town for too long then you will meet your abrupt end, some of the ghosts might meet you there as well. Some of the scary things that you may come across are Ku Klux Klan members, Satanists, escaped mental patients, mutants, abnormally large snakes and even a moving tree.
8. Stull Cemetery
This cemetery is very special. This horrific cemetery is not based on rumors but on facts. Once a farmer burnt his farm and found the burnt and charred body of his son. Also, a man was missing and a few days later he was found hanging from a tree. It is also rumored that this cemetery is one of the seven gateways to hell.
7. The Ridges
This is originally called the Athens Lunatic Asylum. It is actually the thirteenth most haunted place in the world. Some of the ghosts of this place include that of a woman who was a patient here. According to a legend this fifty four year old woman went missing for six weeks. She was then found dead in an unused ward, where she had laid down naked and died. Due to constant sun exposure and decomposition, her body left a mark which is still visible today and she is known to haunt the place.
6. Humberstone and LaNoria
These two are abandoned towns of Chile that were used for mining. The rumors are that the residents of the LaNoria cemetery wake up in the night and walk all around. These ghosts are not shy and they frequently appear in the photographs. Also, the graves are always open and you can actually see the skeletons of the people.
5. Byberry Mental Asylum
This asylum was opened in 1907 and was closed in 1990. It was closed because this place had a total inhumane way of treating its patients. Although there are many ghost stories associated with this place, the creepiness comes from the stories of this hospital. The patients used to sleep in the corridors, and their human excrement could be seen all around the corridors. Some patients killed a woman,broke her to pieces and scattered her all over the place. There are many more stories like this that are part of its legend.
4. Leap Castle
This is an Irish Castle that is rich with Irish History. You may have read about the Bloody chapel where a priest and many prisoners were killed. This place is also pretty famous for one particular haunting; The Elemental is a hunched beast, which is mostly associated with the smell of sulfur and flesh. During the renovation of the castle, people found a dungeon where prisoners were thrown in and left to die.
3. Shades of Death Road
This place is actually in New Jersey and Shades of Death is the name of the road. The road leads to an unnamed lake. It is usually referred to as Ghost Lake. The lake will always have vapors over it and the sky overhead will be always bright no matter what time is it. Also, ghosts of the victims, of this road, are known to roam it at night.
2. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
This was the house of terror and torture for many poor souls. Many former soldiers were held prisoners here and they would then be electrocuted and lashed. They were bound to follow some very inhuman and disgusting orders. It is said that more than seventeen thousand ghosts of the victims are roaming the museum now.
1. The Mines of Paris
The infinite tunnels below the streets of Paris are unmarked and unmapped tunnels that are known for being deadly. The tunnels are claustrophobic, narrow, and watery. Human bones are littered all over them. There are strange paintings on the walls that are either a plea for help or some other message. This is not a place where you would want to be because there are unscheduled holes on the way that will drop you thousands of miles under the earth.