All you fearless, adventure junkies, this one is for you! The most- scariest places in the world! Where are you going for your next spooky vacation?
1. The Island of the Dolls, Mexico:
Imagine walking amidst lush greenery, but with a twist. The Island of the Dolls, in New Mexico, is full of, like the name suggests – Dolls! Creepy, scary and dark Dolls. Even pictures of the place give you a sense of forbidding. These non- living figurines seem to move when you look at them giving the whole place an eerie feeling.
2. Hashima Island, Japan:
this Island, shaped like a battle ship is void of human habitation. Earlier one of the prime coal mine, it is a symbol of Japanese industrialization.
It is believed that the ghosts of thousands of workers forced into labour during WorldWar II reside here.
3. Hanging Coffins of Sagada, Philippines:
Sagada, Philippines do not bury their dead, instead they raise them up in coffins on the side of cliffs. No two coffins are the same as the locals prefer to carve out their own before they die and are hoisted up to their ancestors. Many of these coffins are thousands of years old.
4. The Door to Hell, Derweze, Ahal Province, Turkmenistan:
burning for the past 40 years, this crater resembles a burning gateway to HELL! Located in the middle of the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan, the “Door to Hell,” is a name given by the locals. The massive crater was formed after scientists accidentally hit a methane reserve and the drilling platform collapsed, releasing dangerous gas into the air. In order to clear of the air, the methane gas was set on fire, and still remains burning!
5. Sedlec Ossuary, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic:
A tiny chapel, beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints, one day got the gift of soil straight from Jerusalem by the hands of an abbot who scattered it all over the cemetery. Suddenly, everyone wanted to be buried there. Not knowing what to do with so many corpses, the existing ones were exhumed to make place for the new. A woodcarver was then given the job of arranging these skeletons in a visually appealing way. The chapel now features a massive chandelier, which contains almost every bone found in the human body, four candelabras, a family crest, and several streamers of bones cascading down from the ceiling.