Top ten Famous Scaring Places on Earth

Though you have been presented numerous alien landscapes in different movies made different regions of the world but in fact, there are dozens of truly strange, terrifying or scaring places on this planet more than we ever imagined. Some of these places may make your skin crawl. Though some of you have walked through tunnels and halls of asylums, several old, dark and dusty castles to glimpse something otherworldly but after visiting some places you probably have wished you wouldn’t. Below list is about most famous scaring places on Earth.
10

Changi Beach

Changi Beach is probably the scariest place in China Changi Beach is probably the scariest place in China but it is at No. 10 in our most famous scaring places on Earth list. Numerous people, who ever visited this place, have complained dozens of strange screaming as well as crying in the area. Some reports even claim glimpsing wandering dead bodies most of them were headless, moving around the beach. Some ghosts even left blood stains to the visitors’ clothes. Actually a massive killing happened on this beach during World War II by the Japanese soldiers.
9

Byberry Mental Asylum

The Philadelphia State Hospital (located at Byberry) The Philadelphia State Hospital (located at Byberry), which is also known by the locals simply with the name Byberry, was actually the home to maltreatment of the patients in the history. Historically this hospital was formed with the name Byberry Mental Hospital in 1907 where patient limits exceeded 7,000 patients relatively very quickly in 1960. There are several reports about lurking unsavory characters in and around this hospital especially after dark.
8

The Screaming Bridge

Maud Hughes Road Bridge is widely known as a ghost bridge in the world Maud Hughes Road Bridge is widely known as a ghost bridge in the world. There are different reports that claim that more or less 36 people have lost their lives on or around this yet 8th scariest place on Earth. Number of recorded incidents claim unknown lights, mists and ghostly figures on the bridge in addition to a phantom train. The bridge background story tells that a couple was held up on the top of this screaming bridge that became ghosts.
7

Leap Castle

Leap Castle is not only the most popular place in Ireland Leap Castle is not only the most popular place in Ireland but can be said as most popular place than any other place included in this list of most famous scaring places on Earth. Leap Castle was built sometimes during 15th century by the O’Bannons. Dozens of reports about this Irish castle claim vast number of spirits haunt this place including Elemental (a hunched, violent beast). There are three cartloads of human remains in the Leap Castle.
6

Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort is probably the scariest place in the Indian sub-continent region Bhangarh Fort is probably the scariest place in the Indian sub-continent region which is commonly in the history for its ruins. This is among those terrifying local places where no body dares to visit especially after the sun sets. You may read a signboard at the seat which strictly prohibits visit to this public place after sunset and before sunrise. Several reports claim people experienced restlessness and anxiety after visiting this place.
5

Shades of Death Road

Shades of death road, is the story which is at No. 5 in our most famous scaring places on Earth list Shades of death road, is the story which is at No. 5 in our most famous scaring places on Earth list. This road is located in New Jersey at a distance of 7 miles of the countryside. Well, Shades of Death road is not a nickname the road received from local people but in fact it is the official name of this scariest road in New Jersey. There is a Ghost Lake alongside this road which is famous for unusually bright sky even in the night.
4

Monte Cristo

The most notable and scariest property in the New South Wales’ Junee town is commonly known as Monte Cristo The most notable and scariest property in the New South Wales’ Junee town is commonly known as Monte Cristo. This private property was built by its owners around two centuries ago in 1885. This double story Victorian mansion is commonly known among Australian people as the most haunted house in the country which covers a wide variety of automatic turning on and off lights incidents, strange lights, ghostly figures, animal mutilations, phantom sounds and invisible force fields.
3

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is probably the worth watching place located in the Phnom Penh, Cambodia Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is probably the worth watching place located in the Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The Cambodian authorities converted this high school to Security Prison in 1975 under the rule Khmer Rouge. A large numbers of prisoners were murdered and tortured in this prison. It is said that the ghosts of all those victims of the Khmer Rough reign are freely roaming the prison’s different halls.
2

Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery

[caption id="attachment_1364" align="aligncenter" width="800"]scaring cemetery is the part of Chicago region Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery among people [/caption] A small, abandoned yet most terrifying or scaring cemetery is the part of Chicago region which is commonly known with the name Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery among people. This most scaring cemetery of the area is widely popular among people for its dozens of ghost sightings as well as haunted stories. Numerous people have reported about unexplained noises, groans, moans, squeaks, apparitions and glowing balls in this cemetery.
1

The Mines of Paris:

The Mines of Paris is the name which is actually given to the tunnels of this city The Mines of Paris is the name which is actually given to the tunnels of this city that are everywhere underneath the streets of Paris. Exploring these mines attracts heavy penalties as it is illegal. These mines were used in the past to dig out minerals which are now unsafe, unpatrolled and unkempt. There are several reports of spirits dwelling in these tunnels because these are full of human hones that are seen everywhere. Some of these are hundreds of feet below the surface.

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  1. Savio

    Hi there, there is a mistake in your article. Changi Beach Park is at Singapore. It is not any part of China. Please check your facts. Thanks.

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