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5 Of The Creepiest Places On Earth

Even though the word “supernatural” exists, some people think that there is no such thing and it’s all in our heads whereas the others are convinced about it’s existence. This is a debatable topic with never-ending arguments but whether you believe it or not, there have been many incidences reported by people about alleged supernatural activities.
In keeping with this, there are many places in the world which have been given a “haunted” tag. Well, it’s upto your own belief, but it’s better to be safe than sorry, so here is a list of  5 Of The Creepiest Places On Earth where you should never visit if you do not have a strong heart!

1. The Island of the Dolls, Mexico

The Island of the Dolls is situated in the Xochimilco district in Mexico. The forests here consist of the trees which have “doll heads”. It is said that a little girl died on this island and her dead body was found in a nearby canal. It is her soul which creates those doll heads naturally from the trees and even when one cuts such trees, the new trees have the same “doll heads”.

2. The Myrtles Plantation

It was built on a burial ground and people have reported about ghostly activities happening here, with the victims being mostly women and children. The visitors claim that they have seen a long-haired woman wandering into the streets during dark nights.

This woman’s body sometimes is seen hanging from high trees while sometimes she is seen alive as a normal human being. This place has been closed for visitors after numerous complaints and allegations.

 

3. Beelitz Military Hospital, Germany

Adolf Hitler and Eric Hockener were treated here after their injuries during World War I and that is not the only reason that it is considered creepy.. This place is said to be haunted by ghosts from the past. It has been deserted for a long time and it is evident as the operating tables and beds have rusted away. The vine-covered buildings echo with empty corridors and the paint peels off the graffiti-covered walls – serving as a reminder of the fall of the Nazi rule.

4. Aokigahara Forest (aka Suicide Forest), Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan

This seemingly serene forest at the bottom of Mount Fuji has an extremely tormented history. It is also known as “Suicide Forest” and is the world’s second-most popular site for suicides. In 2010 alone, 247 people attempted to take their own lives here, and 54 of them were successful. Some blame this phenomena on the forest’s association with demons in Japanese mythology. Others point towards the density of the trees, which muffles sound and makes it extremely easy to get lost. This, combined with the sprinkling of clothing and letters throughout the labyrinthine woods, gives Aokigahara a scary vibe that will chill you to your bones.

5. The Lambi Dehar Mines, Mussoorie

The Lambi Dehar Mines at Mussoorie, witnessed a very terrifying incident a few years ago.

It is looked upon as one of the most haunted places in India.

Over a million miners who worked here died due to inappropriate working conditions. The sorrowful fact is that they died coughing blood. The sources claim that this place has been haunted by a witch who has killed many people and that she is often seen on these hills.

 

But there is no reason to be scared, right? Because many of you don’t believe in supernatural stuff  Well, try not to think about headless dolls and roaming witches when you have a nightmare tonight.

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