Top 10 Most Haunted Places in the World

by Marc De Laria
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We have listed down The top most Haunted places in the world. If you are an explorer or adventurer add these places in your list. Note that some places are banned for visiting. Scary right?
We believe it or not it’s always good to hear stories about ghosts and how it’s haunting. So how about knowing the places which posses them? Hesitant about visiting these places? Then continue reading.

1. Xunantunich, Belize

Deep down in Belize jungle across the transparent river, lies Xunantunich which is untouched over 1000 years. Xunantunich means “Sculpture of Lady” in the Maya language which is named after ghost stories.
The “Stone Woman” refers to the ghost of a woman claimed by several people to dwell in the site in 1892 and She generally appears in front of El Castillo’s staircase.
Belize’s legends include amazing tales of ghostly phantoms. It is said that She is dressed completely in white and has fire-red glowing eyes beautiful but deadly women who will make you fall for her and take your soul out.

2. Aokigahara Forest, Japan

Aokigahara forest “The suicide Forest of Japan” also called the Sea of Trees, sits right along the edge of Mount Fuji.
Nearly 24,000 people committed suicide inside the Forest.
The reason they chose this place is that they can die “un-noticed”.
At the entrance of the forest we can see a board that advises people to not commit suicide and their family are there for them or the people who might help them.

3. Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was a Kirkbride psychiatric hospital that was operated from 1864 until 1994 by the government of the U.S. state of West Virginia, in the city of Weston. There are many YouTube videos and articles about the Asylum’s mystery murders and horrifying suicides.
The most disturbing facts were thousands and thousands of lobotomies were occurred. The most criminally insane people are sent there. Even they had a room specifically called “Bed post-murder room” where violent patients are sent there.
The Asylum is haunted by those who were killed, tortured. People often see some shadow or crying noises.

4. Hanging Coffins, Sagada, Philippine

The people of Sagada follow a different burial ritual. The elder people of Sagada make their own coffin. If they are sick or with any illness their family members would make the coffin. Sometimes the bones of the dead people were crushed while trying to fit them in the coffin.
The reason behind hanging the coffin instead of burying is, the people believed higher the coffin, better their afterlives will be after death. They have a faith that their spirits would connect to nature in such procedure.

5. Bhangarh Fort, India

Bhangarh Fort is built in the Rajasthan state of India in the 17th century and one of the top 10 most Haunted places in World. It was built by King Madho Singh for his younger brother. It was cursed roofless by Guru Bala Nath as well as Tantrik Singhia who cursed the people to be dead.
It is said that even if a roof is built today it would collapse and the residents of the fort died because of the curse.
People who want to visit there can visit only before sunset and after sunrise. Visitors are not allowed to stay there.
Even today people around there would hear strange voices, cryings of women, and sinister smell.

6. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is a memorial site of S-21 which is located in Cambodia. The museum was a high school back then and it was converted into S-21 for torture, interrogation, and execution.
It was run by former school teacher Kang Kech Ieu who is still alive but he is put into life sentence by the Cambodia government without any appeals and no sentence deduction.
Nearly 14,000 people were put into S-21 and only 7 of them survived.
Photos of every single victim were taken not only before death but after death too.
It is said that the entire museum is haunted by all the people who died in S-21.

7. Poveglia

Poveglia is an Island located in Italy. It had been left isolated and once used for the victims affected by the Plague and also a Mental hospital.
It is believed that 50% of the soil is human ashes by calculating the amount of death that happened on this Island.
It takes a brave heart to visit this island. A various number of tourists who visited here are chocked to death, thrown down to bang their head on rocks and some are pushed into the water.

8. The Amityville House

One of the most haunted places in history. A son named Ronald Killed his father, two brothers, a sister, and claimed that ghosts convinced him to kill them. Many movies, books were written based on The Amityville House.
Later a family George and Kathy bought this house and they experienced tormenting insights where at a point they couldn’t able to handle no more and they fled away.
They contacted paranormal activity specialist Edie and Lorraine Warren to investigate the house. They confirmed that the houses are held by the ghosts and none should enter the home ever again.

9. The island of Dolls

The island of dolls is located in Mexico. The late Don Barrera was the caretaker of the Island.
A girl was found dead near the shore of the Island with a doll in her hand. Later he put up the doll on the tree in the memory of the little girl. Later the ghost of the girl made him hang even more dolls from various haunted places making “The island of heavens” for the girls who are dead.
After 50 years, Don Barrera was found dead in the same place where the girl was found dead with a doll in his hand.

10. The stull Cemetery

The stull cemetery is known to be one of the “Seven gateways to hell”. It is said to be the courtroom of Satan itself. The church present it had been in use and was randomly abandoned in 1908.
The roof of the church caved in and became a place for Satanist who sacrificed so many animals hoping that The Stull Cemetery would be a gateway to hell one day.
We would be okay to enter the hell if it’s ruled by Lucifer Morning Star but know that this also one of most haunted places in the world.

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