Halloween is here and it’s the best time of the year – Fall! There’s only one thing left to complete the halloween season agenda, and that is the scary places you’re going to go investigate!
Halloween is my favorite time of the year. It’s a fantastic holiday season that can additionally be a little less nostalgic as the other holidays. It’s the best season and it brings people together like no other. Families get together to go trick or treating with the children, we get together and have fall feasts, and friends get together for scary movie nights! It’s some of the best things to do, but for Halloween there is just one thing that is favorite thing to do – and that’s investigating some legendary hauntings!
You might not believe in ghosts or spirits,bad things happened and where people experienced massive amounts of extreme negative emotions. Although saddening, we can remember them as we investigate the decrypted remains of haunted buildings and regions! In spirit for Halloween, here are an unlucky 13 of the most haunted and fearsome places on Earth! . Sometimes negative energy can lurk behind in a place where really
1. The Nazca Lines – Peru
In Peru a very popular phenomenon known as the nazca lines have had people baffled for years. The animal like figures and geometrical shapes drawn in a single continuous line still have people wondering where on Earth they came from and how they got there.
2. The Georgia Guidestones – Georgia, United States
The Georgia Guidestones are gigantic monuments put in place for the New World order. Being one of the scariest places to me, the monuments stretch above 20 feet tall inscribing commandments in every world language for the new world order. Some of the scarier criteria inscribed upon the wall is commandment number one, demanding population be kept under 500 million… That means 6.5 Billion would have to die. Pretty terrifying to think about, especially since the New World Order is an extremely concrete organization.
3. The bermuda triangle
The Bermuda triangle is a region that has had people terrified and confused ever since it was discovered. This 500,000 square mile area of the Atlantic ocean is famously known for its mysterious shipwrecks, disappearances, and plane crashes. Sailors, pilots, and travelers have disappeared there for hundreds of years with no known cause and nothing left to ever be found.
4. Varosha, Cyprus
Varosha is a completely uninhabited resort city off the coast of Cyprus. People flocked here for vacation time for years until the entire area was quickly evacuated before the Turkish evacuation. Still to this day it is completely silent and deserted.
5. Akodessewa Fetish Market, Togo
Revealing a much darker side of the human nature, The Akodessewa Fetish market is infamous for the market of fetish supplies such as shrunken heads, bones, skulls, and flesh… These supplies are typically used by the indigenous religions of the region.
6. Maunsell Sea Forts, North Sea England
During the anxieties of world war two, England designed these forts in the ocean to protect the coast from Nazi invasions during the war. Today they are still left there, abandoned and decaying, the forts give you an extremely eerie view of the ocean’s horizon.
7. The Catacombs, Paris, France
The catacombs in Paris, France are a network of underground tunnels dug beneath the city. It is the final resting place of about six million anonymous people. The city was forced to build the catacombs during the disease epidemic overflowing graveyards in former centuries.
8. Hoia Baciu Forest, Romania
People have referred to this eerie forest as the Bermuda Triangle of Romania. Hundreds hikers tourists, and explorers have disappeared here forever, never to be found. Many people even claim they have spotted UFO activity here.
9. Kryziu Kalnas, Lithuania
This historic memorial for those lost in the war has been bulldozed twice by the Society Union, however, citizens of the city have rebuilt it to be bigger each time, filling it with memorials and crosses to mourn the loss of those in the war.
10. The Door To Hell, Turkmenistan
Once serving as a gas field before the Soviets burned it down, the door to hell was actually created by the blazing fire. It has burnt down into the ground for over 40 years and still shows no sign of stopping. This gigantic fiery hole looks like nothing less than the very gateway to hell.
11. Pripyat, Ukraine
Home to the world’s largest nuclear accident and fallout, Chernobyl and Pripyat Ukraine were left abandoned completely after evacuations due to the explosion of a nuclear reactor. It’s been over thirty years since the area was able to inhabit life aside from the deformed and monstrous radioactive creatures that remain roaming – or so they say!
12. Black Plaque island
Also known as Poveglia island off the coast of Italy, the ancient romans used it to quarantine the infected people from various different plaques. By the end of the black plague era, it was reported that over 50% of the soil was human ash.
13. Forest of Knives
The in Madagascar will make you shiver just looking at it. The rocky mountainous area is a forest made of sharply formed stone that is awaiting stabbing you as soon as you slip. Even with skills and special gear, you’ll never make it out alive!
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