5 Most Haunted Places In The World You Should Totally Visit If You Are Looking For Adventure
1. Lawang Sewu, Semarang, Indonesia
Haunted Place– Lawang Sewu is one the most haunted places in the world. It is said to be haunted as many tourists have allegedly seen the ghosts. Among the ghosts, there is also a ghost of a Dutchwoman reported who committed suicide inside. People even report that they have seen “headless ghouls” here.
2. Bhangarh Fort, India
This fort in Rajasthan is said to be haunted by the spirits after the sun goes down so the entry is prohibited after sunset. There is no single theory about the fort becoming a ghost palace. Some say it is a cursed place incurred by a saint’s wrath, while some say it was because of a sorcerer who couldn’t win the princess for marriage and the magician cursed the city of Bhangarh to death. The people who have managed to stay there at night have reported about the presence of ghosts and demons.
3. Poveglia Island, Italy
The island had an asylum for the mentally ill in the late 1800s. The asylum was used to be a place of exile rather than rehabilitation. There are rumors that a doctor performed strange experiments on the patients and eventually went mad and committed suicide by throwing himself from the asylum’s tall bell tower. Although the bell in the tower was removed decades ago people still claim to hear its chimes echo sometimes.
4. Island Of The Dolls, Xochimilco, Mexico
The island was once owned by Don Julián Santana, a local farmer. Legend has it that in 1950 he saw a little girl drown in the canal and her spirit began haunting the place. To save himself from her spirit, Don Julián started collecting dolls. He gathered them from trash heaps and hung them around the island everywhere. Over half a century, he had more than 1,500 of these creepy dolls. The oldest doll looks like the decaying corpse of a child.
Don died in 2001 by a heart attack and now his cousin His cousin Anastasio lives on the island, running it as a tourist attraction. He says that the spirit of the little girl is still here and it is important not to remove the dolls. He says that at night, these dolls move their heads and whisper to each other.
5. Old Changi Hospital, Singapore
After serving British Royal Air Force, the hospital was thought to be a base for the Japanese secret police who held jurisdiction over occupied territories and prisoners of war. The police had a reputation for ruthlessness, and people believe that prisoners held on the hospital grounds were often tortured to death. The visitors report hearing disembodied screaming and seeing strange “shadow people” both day and night. People also claim to have seen the bloody apparitions of soldiers walking the halls, while others have reported about a young boy who simply sits and stares. Moreover, these ghosts and sounds were recorded in a camera while a crew was filming “Haunted Changi”.
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