Gone are the days where ghosts were the only creature who can scare you. Now-a-days almost everything scares human being like some are scared of lizards, some are of stock markets and some are of their wife. But these are momentary feelings. The real horror is horrifying places. Ever visited any place other than haunted one, which can give nightmares? Never?? Then it’s my advice, not to scroll down because to see these 10 Creepy Places you need a strong heart.. If you feel you can go through these places without getting heart attack then surely go ahead but mark my words, I can already see your goose bumps… good luck!
Once a bustling fishing community and Uzbekistan’s only port city with ten thousands of residents, Mo’ynoq Is now a shadow of its former self, dozens of kilometers from rapidly receding shoreline of the Aral sea. Overfishing the shallow sea in the past made it very susceptible to economic collapse as the Aral sea has dried up. The regional agricultural monoculture dominated by cotton production which diverts water from tributary rivers of the sea, severe pollution caused by agricultural chemical runoff, caused the sea to evaporate and the water that remained were highly saline and very toxic, Causing ecological disaster which was destroying the sea and killing the residents of the town.
2. Candido Godoi, Brazil
This place is neither haunted nor is cursed by anybody. But the scenario of this place is damn creepy. That creepy thing is twins. The rate of twin birth at this place is 10%. This rate is unusual, exceeding the highest observed national twinning rate. Nearly most of them are identical. It is believed that a notorious Nazi doctor, Josef Mengele, who had conducted twin studies and experiment which resulted in this. Another theory is that the water in this region is responsible for such consequences.
3. Abandoned Laboratory, Russia
The soviet army used to operate this neuroscience laboratory in Moscow, and they had to leave it in a hurry. But they left behind some pickled specimen. Those specimens were slides of brain cross-section, skinned animals heads and lot of actual brains. It is believed that the neuroscientists once conducted studies on these human and animal brains behind the doors of this secret bio-chemistry lab. There are lots of rumor about the attempts to crossbreed humans and monkeys to create super-soldiers being done in this place.
4. Domes Of Arizona
The dome remains a topic of interest to people around country. The domes reportedly serve as a hub of underage drinking and teenage graffiti. It is believed that covens practice rituals in the domes by burning animal carcasses and household objects. Some people say that the dome attracts supernatural creatures. Some theorists swear they have seen a shadowy figure and heard whispering noises, sound of children screaming and footsteps.
5. Chernobyl Amusement Park, Ukraine
The Pripyat amusement park is the symbol of the Chernobyl disaster, one of the most catastrophic nuclear accidents the world witnessed. The park was opened for a couple of hours on April 27 to keep the city entertained before the announcement to evacuate the city was made. Today, the park, and in particular the Ferris wheel, witnessed the Chernobyl disaster. The areas where moss has built up are dangerously high radiation; some areas can emit 25 sv/h, among the highest levels of radiation in the whole in Pripyat.
6. Jatinga, India
Jatinga is redeeming itself as a tourist spot, leaving behind the history of terrorist attacks. But one of the most mysterious things about this place is birds committing suicide. Every year during September- October, hundreds of birds flock to their death, particularly between 6:30pm – 9:30pm. Some believes that this happens due to altitude, foggy weather etc and some believe it is completely planned trap to kill the birds.
7. The Overtoun Bridge
The Overtoun bridge in Scotland has a gothic structure with its captivating magnificence. But, there is something creepy about this old bridge. It has witnessed more than 600 suicides since the construction of this bridge. What is even creeper is that, more that 50 dogs have leapt to their death from this bridge. It is found that the dog have leaped about the rate of about one per year.
8. Beelitz Military Hospital
Rusty bed, vine covered buildings and empty corridors with walls covered in graffiti and slowly peeling paint are what remains of a gigantic hospital which once treated Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, after it was abandoned in the fall of East Germany. Today, the huge military hospital complex is a deserted place, haunted by the ghosts of the past.
9. The Island Of Doll, Mexico
As the name suggests, this is a place in the woods where thousands of mutilated dolls hang from the trees and hide among the dense branches. It is believed that they would appease the troubled ghost of a small girl who died over 50 years ago and still haunts the wood today. Even today, visitors say they hear whispers in the night and feel the dolls’ eye following them through the trees.
10. British Sea Forts
The Maunsell forts I the Thames and Mersey estuaries are fortified towers that were built during the World War II, to defend the United Kingdom at a time when the region was facing severe attacks from the sky. In the mid-1960s, they were re-occupied for pirate radio. Several of the original forts have been destroyed over the years. Today, the remaining concrete sea monsters still stand out the sea, defunct, rusting and rotting away. The abandoned forts can be quite a creepy site.