Have you came across a ghostly thing or ever experienced any paranormal action? Remote isles, ghost towns, and creaking mansions – there are many destinations and haunted house tours on the planet that can give you the creeps.
Take a look at the haunted locations and things below, but first turn up the lights, because this is going to be a terrifying ride!
9) The Cursed Painting Named ‘The Hands Resist Him’
The haunted painting has been terrifying individuals for more than a decade. Many individuals find it hopeless to examine the painting for more than 10 seconds. It appeared on eBay in February 2000. Based on the seller, the painting has some kind of a hex. Since old days, it’s been circulating around the world from one owner to another.
8) Mary King’s Close, Edinburgh, Scotland
Also called ‘the road of grief’, Mary King’s Close is regarded as the world haunted road since 17th century. The place is surrounded by swamps, marshes and bio-gases that cause you to hallucinate and relive some spooky experiences. It is also rumored of spirits.
7) Annabelle, The Doll Possessed by a Lying Demon
Have you seen the movie Annabelle? It’s based on some real situations! The classic Raggedy Ann doll is supposedly owned by a demonic spirit of a seven year old girl called Annabelle Higgins, who attempted to strangle her owners to departure. Now, the doll is locked in a glass box at The Warren’s Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. If you see, don’t make fun of it, or it is going to curse you to perish!
6) The Catacombs of Paris, France
Don’t go to The Catacombs of Paris if you’ve got claustrophobia. It’s a string of subterranean ossuaries that have the skeletal remains of about 6 million people!
5) Waverly Hills Sanitorium, Kentucky, USA
Waverly Hills Sanitorium, the Gothic design hospital, is noted for haunted house tours and its ghost hunting occasions. Based on the legend that is urban, the hospital is home to hundreds of phantoms of those who died from tuberculosis in early 20th century. One of the most popular ghosts supposedly calls for a pregnant nurse, who have committed suicide in Room 502.
4) The Suicide Woods of Aokigahara, Japan
When we think of woods and jungles, it is tropical fruits and lush green trees that comes to mind. Nevertheless, the Aokigahara’s woods of suicide are something totally different. Allegedly, the woods are haunted by the restless spirits of those perished here as this is the most popular place for committing a suicide.
3) The Hamlet Cannibals – Nabutautau, Fiji
In the northern Nabutautau mountain, there dwelt the Hamlet tribe, who used to feed on people. In 1867, Christian missionary, Reverend Thomas Baker, was commissioned to go there. Baker, along with seven Fijian guides, were axed, cooked, and eaten by the tribesmen upon reaching Nabutautau.
The cannibalism finished in Fiji more than a century ago, but the spirits of all those men who were eaten are still haunting the place.
2) The Anguished Guy
Individuals can’t determine if the painting is wonderful or affecting, or if it is a fusion of both. Its owners however, considers the painting is haunted. It is so because it causes unexplained paranormal actions during the night.
1) The Isle of the Dolls, Mexico
Have you ever been to an island that has hundreds of dolls, and their severed heads, limbs and empty eye sockets? You might need to check out Isla de las Munecas. It’s a homage to a little girl who drowned in the canal and it’s one of most creepy areas in the entire world.
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