10 most haunted places in the world that would scare the hell out of you



10 most haunted places in the world that would scare the hell out of you

We are fascinated by any haunted and mysteries of the unknown. If you are one of those who love to turn the long sealed and hidden pages of the mysteries that gives you an adrenaline rush, here are ten most haunted places around the world which will startle you.

Changi Beach, Singapore:


This beach is believed to be a famous killing ground of the Chinese soldiers by the Japanese during the Second World War. Thousands of Chinese soldiers were tortured and beaten to death during this operation. This beach has witnessed the killings of many innocent Chinese lives. People hear screaming and sobbing of people. Many people have claimed to witness deep dig pits that were used as burials of dead bodies and some have seen headless bodies around the beach at night.

Screaming Tunnel, Niagara Falls, Ontario:


This tunnel runs under the railway tracks that link Niagara Falls to Toronto and New York City. The screaming tunnel is one of Niagara Falls’ most abiding legends. The legend says that if stand in the middle of the tunnel at midnight and light a match stick, the flame will go out and you will hear a girl screaming. It is one of the haunted places that no one would want to visit at night.

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan, India:


The legend says that a black magic sorcerer cursed the residents of this place that they will die of unnatural cause and their spirits will wander here for centuries to haunt the fort forever. One can hardly find a household close to its premises. People are not allowed to stay in the fort when the sun goes down, as there are cases involving people disappearing and never come back.

Highgate Cemetery, North London, England:


Despite its chilling atmosphere, Highgate cemetery displays some of the Britain’s most spectacular barbaric architectures. By night, Highgate cemetery gives the feel of living the horror movie. The spooky gravestones, headless sculptures, dark passages between the tombs give a hell of a feeling.

The Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, Australia:


It is originally called Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum, located in Victoria. It served as a mental hospital from 1867 to 1995. It has a capacity of 1200 patients and about 9000 patients died here during the treatment. It is said that the souls of these patients wander around the corridors of this asylum. Visitors can take a night tour also.

Aokigahara, Japan:


It is situated at the base of Mt. Fuji, popularly known as the suicide forest. Thousands of people walked into the forest to kill themselves. The local police do regular sweeps to clear the bodies.  Many people believe that the forest is haunted by the spirits of those who committed suicide here. According to another legend, during times of scarcity of food and other resources in Japan, people wandered these forests in search of food and they died of starvation. And those spirits haunt the forest.

Lulia Hasdeu Castle, Romania:


It was built by Bogdan Petriceicu after Lulia, his 19-year daughter died. The king dedicated this castle and the rest of his life to her. He became a practitioner of spiritualism to connect with his daughter. He designed a room for this purpose only. Reportedly, Lulia still haunts the castle, walking through the courtyard wearing a white dress and holding daisies. People have claimed that they have heard someone playing piano at night.

Manila film centre, Philippines:


The Manila Film centre is reportedly haunted by the ghosts of the workers killed in a tragic accident. The report says that, on November 17, 1981, around 3 AM in the morning, a platform at the site collapsed burying almost 170 workers in quick drying cement. They were not rescued resulting in the death of all the workers.

Waverly Hills Sanitorium, United States:


It is one of the scariest haunted places around. It served as a tuberculosis hospital throughout the mid 20th century, a time when this disease was at its worst. It is said that almost 63,000 patients died here. The death was also due to the illegal practices by the Doctors on the patients. It is believed that the spirits of these patients still haunts its campus.

Banff Springs Hotel, Canada:


This hotel was built over 125 years ago by the Canadian Pacific Railway as a stop-off point for travellers. It was a spot where a bride fell down the staircase breaking her neck after panicking that her dress caught fire. People have claimed that they have seen a woman dressed as a bride roaming the corridors of the hotel during the night.


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