The most terrible places on the planet

Hunters for the thrill and adrenaline, glasses splashing in the blood can not just bail out and run from avalanches.Less sports citizens the more inclined to travel, prefer to go to a strange and scary place, where on the planet enough. And it’s not always Pripyat, which is really terrible accident happened. This is a site that is legendary. About which you can shoot horror and suspense.

1. Winchester Mystery House, California

160 rooms, 40 staircases and one big mystery. Now, what is the Winchester Mystery House – a huge mansion in San Jose, home to a crazy widow and a family of ghosts. It all started with the fact that Sarah Winchester lost her husband and inherited his multi-million dollar fortune. Later it was the spirit of the deceased, who told joyless news: money earned on human bones, all of Winchester curse and the ghosts will take revenge. To make peace with them you can, but when we build a house. Preferably without stopping. Because if hammering subside, the woman died. 
Sarah immediately set to work. Their new-found millionaire bought an old house in California and hired workers. The house began to appear new rooms, corridors, balconies and hidden passages. Floors web braided ladders, which often led to nowhere – slowly goes mad Mrs. Winchester hoped to mislead the pursuing its ghosts. The house grew by leaps and bounds, the construction did not stop more than a day, and continued up entire 38 years! Today, in this grand mansion lead guided tours. Fend off the group can not – or instantly get lost in the maze of creepy rooms.In which, as they say, the ghosts are still waiting for their victims.

 

2. Aokigahara Forest, Japan

Gloomy forest at the foot of Mount Fuji would be amiss for the filming of “The Blair Witch Project.” Through the thick trees of the national park is almost breaks the sun, the people here do not work compasses. Themselves, the Japanese called this place “Suicide Forest”: the 1950s brought more than five hundred people in a remote thicket suicide. According to the number of suicides in front Aokigahara is only a bridge “Golden Gate”, in San Francisco. 
Instead plates “Do not throw trash!” hang in the woods ad requests to think about their loved ones. All written numbers of psychological services. Video surveillance. But people (most often tormented life of office clerks in suits) still regularly die: peaceful tourists from time to time come across in the woods on the bodies of dead or “murder weapon” in the form of tablets and rope loops. All in all, a nice walk!

3. Overtoun Bridge, Scotland

Old arch bridge located near the Scottish village of Milton. Next to him – a powerful Overtoun mansion, which could become a haven for tens unhappy ghosts. But to the house, we have no complaints, but the bridge there. In the middle of the XX century, it started to happen strange things suddenly threw dozens of dogs with a 15-meter-high, fell on the rocks and deaths. Those that survived, – back and tries again. The bridge has become a real “killer quadrupeds.” 
Ten years on the bridge killing several hundred dogs. They all jumped from the same parapet. What drove Barbosov into the abyss, he could not understand anybody. Tried to unravel the terrible secrets zoologists, veterinarians and other professionals. It soon became clear that, under the bridge live rats and mink, which could throw the dogs chased hunting instinct. But there is another version – say, the bridge is on the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead. Sensing something paranormal, dogs were “on track” and killed as punishment for his curiosity.

4. Ghost Town of San Zhi, Taiwan

Luxury resort on the coast was built specifically for the local rich. Houses in futuristic style with round rooms and curved staircases were designed for those who are tired routine. However, during the construction phase, it became clear that the San Zhi curse. Dozens of workers have died in strange circumstances: broken neck, falling from a height (even with a safety rope), died under collapsed cranes. Nearby residents were assured that the town is populated by evil spirits. There were heart-rending stories of the Japanese “death camp”, which once stood in these places. 
At the end of the 1980 construction stalled. Investors are waiting to see what “space” apartments San Zhi find the buyers, but the talks ended in nothing. Proznav sinister about the features of this site, superstitious Taiwanese refused to invest in real estate. As a result, the resort has gradually turned into a ghost town. Bellied houses are in ruins, beautiful beaches deserted tracks are overgrown with weeds. Authorities even wanted to demolish the abandoned resort, but were stopped by a wave of protests: the locals are afraid that after the destruction of houses evil would come along to the nearest village.

5. Pauwels Island, Italy

Povegliya tiny island near Venice is surrounded by a thick fog horrific stories. For several decades the XIV century, during the raging in the world of the “Black Death”, were brought here plague infected people – terminally ill patients who have not had a chance to survive. Here on the island, has been arranged “mass grave” in which thousands of bodies were buried. There is a theory that the bodies are not buried and burned, causing the soil to Poveglii 50 percent is made up of human ashes. 
Yet this is only the beginning of a horror film. In 1922, the island housed a mental hospital. Almost all of her patients soon began to suffer from nightmares and headaches complain that the clinic is literally packed with the ghosts of the dead. But it was only on hand head doctor, who force-fed antipsychotic insane and put on them experiments.The island still remained dilapidated building clinics with barred windows, beds and fragments of medical devices.Here is the bell tower (now a beacon), which, according to legend, folded in the final stories kooky doctor.

6. Dzhatinga, India

Dzhatinga village in the mountains of the Indian state of Assam has long been nicknamed the “graveyard of birds.”Every August in the sky above the local valley consists of large flocks of birds that fell screaming to the ground. Mass suicide lasts for several days, some birds are killed, the others, as if hypnotized, easily give to pull myself together.Farmers call this eerie phenomenon of “night birds falling,” and especially in the evening campfires going to stare at the almost incessant ptitsepad. Indians believe it is God’s gift. 
Ornithologists many years studying the phenomenon Dzhatingi. According to one theory, all fault – geophysical anomalies that knock birds off course. Another idea is that the birds get into the powerful wind currents, lose power, and they are carried away in the village. Noticing fired up bonfires, birds catch the light and does not calculate the distance, die.

7. Island of Dolls, Mexico

To get into the kingdom of fear in the country of the Aztecs can boat on the famous canals Xochimilco. Views will appeal to fans of movies about a killer doll Chucky: every tree and every building on the island are covered with creepy dolls with empty eye sockets, broken limbs and crushed their heads. All this on the island gave a guy named Julian Barrera. One day, when the girl drowned in the canal, he accidentally found on the site of her death doll.Believing that the toy is connected with the spirit of the deceased, Barrera left her on the island. And then found another doll. And could not stop, continuing to collect the trash discarded dolls in the next 50 years. 
Deranged Mexican (which, by the way, liked to lay the collar) even built a hut on the island, where he had settled.Collection mutilated toys continued to grow. Once an island suddenly went under water (in Mexico is sometimes the case), and soon reappeared, but its inhabitants had already disappeared. There were only puppets, look at that now go indifferent to the horror stories tourists.

8. Deadlock Mary King, Edinburgh

400 years ago quarter Mary King (the name of the owner of the majority of the local houses) was one of the busiest places in Edinburgh. The situation changed when the city came the plague. Legend has it that trying to prevent the spread of the disease, the authorities isolated the infected in one area, then was surrounded by dangerous section blank wall. People were brought to a standstill Mary King during several epidemics, and they died, left without any help from outside. Among the casualties was Annie and baby – a little girl who was excommunicated from his parents and locked in the “city of the dead” because it was infected. Known for certain that only part of the legend – fiction.In fact, no wall was not, although quarantine infected, which visited the doctor there. 
Today underground quarters of Edinburgh (on them long ago built a new city) turned into a tourist attraction. Why did not stop being creepy. In the stone labyrinths better not to go without a guide, and in the light should insert new batteries – no light in the cave is nothing. There are stories that the deadlock Mary King is full of the ghosts of the dead, and some were “lucky” enough for the baby’s knees ghost Annie.

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