20 Creepiest Places On Earth

Do you enjoy travelling to different places especially the most beautiful ones? Like Eiffel Tower in Paris, La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and other famous places that you will surely love to see. But how about visiting the creepiest places to make a difference? If you're already decided, have a look at the list below.

20. Museum of Death

Los Angeles' Museum of Death is famous because of its morbid things. It has the world's largest collection of serial killer artwork.

19. Willard Asylum

Many patients died in this asylum located in New York. It looks creepy in the picture. No wonder it is now an abandoned place.

18. Clinton Road

Located in West Milford, New Jersey. It is said to be the most haunted road in America. From the look of it, it is definitely a haunted place. I'm pretty sure you won't dare to pass the road alone unless you want to be haunted.

17. The Death Road

The North Yungas Road in Bolivia is also known as El Camino de la Muerte. It is 60km track built by Paraguayan prisoners in 1930s. Even though the road has claimed thousands of lives, it is still desirable for fearless motorists to pass it.

16. Suicide Forest

If you like hiking with a little bit of ghost hunting, you can consider going here. It is in Aokigahara Jukai, Japan. You will find skeletons, clothes, shoes of dead people who committed suicide there. And if you are lucky enough or should I say unlucky, you'll also find ghosts in the forest.

15. The Hand in the Desert

You'll find this hand in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile. Great artwork by Mario Irarrázaba, a Chilean sculptor.

14. Chapel of Bones

The chapel was built by a Franciscan monk in the late 16th century. The bones of 5,000 monks were buried here. There's also a phrase written on its roof and it says 'Melior est die mortis die nativitatis’ which means ’Better is the day of death than the day of birth’.

13. Akodessewa Market

Not all market have vegetables and fish for sale. There's also special market like this one and it can be found in Togo, West Africa. So if you want to buy exotic objects, this is the best place to go.

12. Chauchilla Cemetery

Not only Russia has necropolis but also in the southern coast of Peru. It lies in the south city of Nazca. The bodies buried here were all in a squatting position.

11. Mütter Museum

The Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania displays a collection of body parts. It helps the public understand the mysteries and beauty of the human body. It is informative indeed but also creepy.

10. Hanging Coffins of Sagada

This place is in the Mountain Province of the Philippines. The people there believed that the higher the body, the closer it will be to heaven. I am just not sure how true it is.

9. City of the Dead

Looks like a small beautiful village but in reality, it is an ancient necropolis. The place is situated in Dargavs, in Northern Ossetia, Russia. The bodies with their clothes and personal belongings were buried there.

8. Leap Castle

It is believed to be the cursed castle in County Offaly, Ireland. It would have been a beautiful castle if only restored and have taken care of.

7. Overtoun Bridge

Do you believe that in this old arch bridge in Scotland, dogs were starting jumping off of it? Some were found dead on the rocks below and others who made it alive still tried to jump again when they were taken back to the bridge. Until now, no one knows the reason why.

6. Kabayan Mummies

Also known as the Kabayan Mummies. It is a group of mummies found along the mountain slopes of Kabayan, a town in the northern part of the Philippines.

5. St. George’s Church

This church was abandoned in 1968 in the Czech village of Lukova. The artist behind the sculptures is none other than Jakub Hadrava. It is artistic, yes, but it is also scary.

4. The Island of Dolls

The place is in south of Mexico City between the canals of Xochimico. According to the legend, a girl was found drowned on this island and the dolls are possessed by her spirit.

3. Christ of the Abyss

Come and see it at San Fruttuoso in Italy. Even if it's Jesus, the statue is eerie to me. It became more creepier due to the algae and corrosion.

2. Capuchin Catacombs

If you want to see it personally, you'll have to go to Palermo, Sicily in Italy. It is the final resting place for religious men but when the people knew that the natural mummification process is occurring there, it soon became a status symbol for local residents to earn a spot there.

1. The Door to Hell

You can find it at Derweze, Ahal Province in Turkmenistan. It is actually located in the middle of the Karakum Desert. It is a 230-foot-wide crater that simply won't stop burning.

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