Top 10 scariest places in the world

The creepy spooky scenery along with the chilling murky atmosphere of the following places will surely make the hairs on your neck stand up if you ever step there.

1. Manchac Swamp

The gloomy atmosphere, mass graves, ferocious American crocodiles as well as ghostly shaped tree trunks are characteristic that make Manchac swamp in Louisiana dubbed one of the scariest places in the world.

Manchac Swamp is also known as Ghost Swamp. It is associated with the legend of a mystical curse from the 1920s. There are 3 villages and many people living in the area of the ghost swamp that mysteriously disappeared after a storm.

2. Abandoned madhouse in England

Cane Hill is a long-abandoned asylum in Croydon, London. First opened in 1882, the Asylum of Cane Hill at its peak treated 2,000 psychiatric patients. It wasn't until 1991, when the patients dwindled, that this madhouse was abandoned. While all the patients as well as the staff of the madhouse have moved to other places, many hospital beds and medical equipment are left behind, lying scattered everywhere and destroyed over the years. The history and desolation of this place make it a creepy place.

3. The ghost town of Bhangarh

Bhangarh is an abandoned town in Rajasthan, India and is known as the most spooky, scary place in this South Asian country. Originally, Bhangarh was erected to commemorate a prince in Indian history in 1573. However, due to a cruel curse, in 1783 this place was abandoned. The ruins of the town over the years make people in the surrounding areas not dare to come here, especially at sunset and dark.

4. The ghost town of Centralia

In 1962, a group of firefighters burned trash at an abandoned mine with the aim of cleaning up the town. Ironically, the fire burned fiercely, spreading deep into every nook and cranny of the deserted mine. At the same time, the fire also spread, burning in the ground, below the streets of the town. As a result, people in the town fled the country in droves. Today, danger lurks everywhere around the town of Centralia including toxic gases, cracked streets, collapsing…

5. Hell Gate

This is a natural gas hole with a diameter of about 99m, burning fiercely for the past 40 years. In 1971, during a geological exploration in the Karakum desert, Turkmenistan, Soviet geologists drilled an underground cave containing natural gas. Concerned that toxic gas could be released from here, geologists decided to set fire to the pit and assumed that the fire would go out in a few days. However, contrary to their expectations, due to the excessive amount of gas, the pit is still burning to this day

6. Sanctuary of Tophet

Discovered in Tunisia, the Shrine of Hell contains thousands of children's graves. According to the conjecture of many scientists, they may have been the victims of a brutal massacre. Even the children may have been killed and eaten.

7. The ghost town of Pripyat

One of the most creepy, spooky places in the world is the Ukrainian ghost town of Pripyat. The 1986 nuclear disaster caused the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant to close and all residents in the vicinity to evacuate, leaving behind a wasteland and death when radioactive substances Radioactivity is still present here.

8. Cave of Actun Tunichil Muknal

This cave in Belize is also known as the cave of glass skulls. The Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in Belize is littered with human skeletons that archaeologists believe were the victims of ancient Mayan sacrifices. There are 14 sets of remains have been discovered in this cave, of which the most famous is the set of remains known as the Crystal Maiden of a young virgin, killed as a sacrifice in religious ceremonies.

9. Aokigahara Suicide Forest, Japan

Aokigahara means Sea of Trees, but it is also known by another name, Jukai - "Suicide Forest" because this is the place where many Japanese people die. Long rumored to be demon-possessed, the entire forest is shrouded in an atmosphere of silence, gloom and darkness. Every year, there are dozens of people who come here to commit suicide. As a result, searchers are often dispatched into the woods to find dead bodies.

The exact reason that many people choose this forest as the place to end their lives is still a mystery, but there is still a story about the first person who chose the forest to die due to the influence of a Novel.

10. Chauchilla Cemetery, Peru

Buried in the desolate desert, 30km from the city of Nazca in Peru, Chauchilla Cemetery makes many people chill with ghost legends widely spread by locals around the dry skeletons, whitish white. These skeletons were placed in pits and in a sitting position with their backs. Born around the 9th century, but Chauchilla cemetery was only discovered in 1920.
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