Top 10 most scary places in the world

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by Dương Hoàng 01-01-1970

There are incredibly scary places on our Earth, challenging the courage of the most stomachs. The scary here can be the tunnels, the skulls, the strange-shaped tree species or even anecdotes, the stories that propagate from life to life. If you have an interest in traveling and are curious about mysterious, scary things, these places are great for you. Here is a list of the top 10 most scary places in the world. It is possible to list the famous suicide forest in Japan or haunted Castle in Ireland, the witch market in Togo,... Let's go to the first scary place on the list.

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Hashima Island, Japan

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Hashima Island, Japan

Practical Trip to Hashima Island

Hashima is one of 505 deserted islands in Nagasaki prefecture and about 15 km from Nagasaki Prefecture. At the highest point, the island had 5,259 people living in 1958. Petroleum was used instead of coal in Japan in the years 1960, causing coal mining on the island to terminate in the year 1974. From a distance, the island looks like an abandoned battleship. Hashima Island has hospitals, schools, temples and several shops, restaurants and other works. But they are all present in a state of desolation. Return to the island in 2000 and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the year 2015. The island was once planned to become a huge garbage dump, but ultimately the plan was not deployed. The island began to be famous around the world after the Google Street service announced the image of the venue in 2013. Many people believe that the island has ghosts and this is one of the reasons for appealing visitors. People said they heard strange sounds when visiting abandoned works. The degradation of the works made the island look like a haunted state.

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Hashima Island, Japan

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Hashima Island, Japan

Practical Trip to Hashima Island

Hashima is one of 505 deserted islands in Nagasaki prefecture and about 15 km from Nagasaki Prefecture. At the highest point, the island had 5,259 people living in 1958. Petroleum was used instead of coal in Japan in the years 1960, causing coal mining on the island to terminate in the year 1974. From a distance, the island looks like an abandoned battleship. Hashima Island has hospitals, schools, temples and several shops, restaurants and other works. But they are all present in a state of desolation. Return to the island in 2000 and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the year 2015. The island was once planned to become a huge garbage dump, but ultimately the plan was not deployed. The island began to be famous around the world after the Google Street service announced the image of the venue in 2013. Many people believe that the island has ghosts and this is one of the reasons for appealing visitors. People said they heard strange sounds when visiting abandoned works. The degradation of the works made the island look like a haunted state.

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Natron Lake, Tanzania

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Natron Lake, Tanzania

In Natron Lake, Tanzania carries a magical beauty with a bright red blood, as the creatures that come to the rocks are filled with mystery. Located in northern Tanzania, Natron is no different than the death of the Earth. The cause of this rare phenomenon is that the alkaline concentration in the lake is too high to make the unfortunate species drop to the lake decomposition and calcification. When the water level is lower, the animals drift into the shore, on their coated with salt. With a large and bright, mirror-like Lake, it is not difficult to visualize why small, less fortunate animals slip their feet down the lake. The "culpriters" that cause the phenomenon on Lake Natron are a million-year-old volcanic Ol Doinyo Lengai in southern Natron Lake. Lava from the mountain flowing down carries a special amount of mineral salts with salt in the conventional seawater.

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Natron Lake, Tanzania

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by Dương Hoàng 01-01-1970

Natron Lake, Tanzania

In Natron Lake, Tanzania carries a magical beauty with a bright red blood, as the creatures that come to the rocks are filled with mystery. Located in northern Tanzania, Natron is no different than the death of the Earth. The cause of this rare phenomenon is that the alkaline concentration in the lake is too high to make the unfortunate species drop to the lake decomposition and calcification. When the water level is lower, the animals drift into the shore, on their coated with salt. With a large and bright, mirror-like Lake, it is not difficult to visualize why small, less fortunate animals slip their feet down the lake. The "culpriters" that cause the phenomenon on Lake Natron are a million-year-old volcanic Ol Doinyo Lengai in southern Natron Lake. Lava from the mountain flowing down carries a special amount of mineral salts with salt in the conventional seawater.

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Catacombs Paris, France

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Catacombs Paris, France

Explore 6 million skeleton under the heart of Paris

Paris Flower Rules – the French capital city or also known as La Ville Lumière, meaning City of light. But few people know that beneath the bustling city the population of 12 million is a huge cemetery with 6 million remains. The Les Catacombes Cemetery, also known as the Parisian tomb, becomes a "Kingdom of the Dead", as the alias everyone puts on it. This giant catacombs is derived from limestone deposits that are located on the outskirts of the city. They began exploiting these minerals since the Roman era, they used them to provide construction materials for buildings and to expand the city. However, after the second half of the 18th century, the limestone mines were transferred to the burial place.

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Catacombs Paris, France

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by Dương Hoàng 01-01-1970

Catacombs Paris, France

Explore 6 million skeleton under the heart of Paris

Paris Flower Rules – the French capital city or also known as La Ville Lumière, meaning City of light. But few people know that beneath the bustling city the population of 12 million is a huge cemetery with 6 million remains. The Les Catacombes Cemetery, also known as the Parisian tomb, becomes a "Kingdom of the Dead", as the alias everyone puts on it. This giant catacombs is derived from limestone deposits that are located on the outskirts of the city. They began exploiting these minerals since the Roman era, they used them to provide construction materials for buildings and to expand the city. However, after the second half of the 18th century, the limestone mines were transferred to the burial place.

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Aokigahara Forest, Japan

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The Suicide Forest

A forest experience

Aokigahara, also known as Jukai, is a forest on the north-western slope of Mt. Fuji in Japan developed on a hard, 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi) lava background derived from the last major eruption of Mount Fuji in 864 AD. The western edge of Aokigahara, which has several caves filled with snow ice in winter, is a popular spot for sightseeing and tourism. Part of the Aokigahara is very dense, and the porous lava layer absorbs sound, helping to bring tourists feeling lonely. The forest is famous for its history because of the residence of Yūrei: The ghosts of those who have been hidden in Japanese mythology. In recent years, Aokigahara has become known internationally for being known as "The Suicide Forest", one of the most popular suicide locations in the world , and the warnings at the top of some of the trails motivated the guests who intended suicide to think about their families and communicate with organizations that prevented suicide.

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Aokigahara Forest, Japan

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The Suicide Forest

A forest experience

Aokigahara, also known as Jukai, is a forest on the north-western slope of Mt. Fuji in Japan developed on a hard, 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi) lava background derived from the last major eruption of Mount Fuji in 864 AD. The western edge of Aokigahara, which has several caves filled with snow ice in winter, is a popular spot for sightseeing and tourism. Part of the Aokigahara is very dense, and the porous lava layer absorbs sound, helping to bring tourists feeling lonely. The forest is famous for its history because of the residence of Yūrei: The ghosts of those who have been hidden in Japanese mythology. In recent years, Aokigahara has become known internationally for being known as "The Suicide Forest", one of the most popular suicide locations in the world , and the warnings at the top of some of the trails motivated the guests who intended suicide to think about their families and communicate with organizations that prevented suicide.

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Chauchilla Cemetery, Peru

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Chauchilla Cemetery, Peru

Some actual images of this cemetery

The cemetery was discovered in the years 1920, but has not been used since the 9th century BC. The cemetery contains many important burial periods between 600 and 700 years. The burial work in this place starts at about 200 AD. It is important, portability is a much more meaningful source of archaeology for the Nazca culture. The graveyard was sacked by the Huaqueros (Grave thieves), who left the bones and pottery scattered throughout the area. The same local cemetery has been damaged to a greater extent. This position has been protected by Peruvian law from 1997, and tourists pay about 7 US dollars to make the Chauchilla tour lasts for approximately two hours. It is located on the banks of the Poroma River and can be entered through an underground road from the American motorway. In the year 1997, the majority of scattered bones and stolen pottery were restored to the graves. Most of the remains in the cemetery are located in the pit and in a back sitting position. The scientists interpret that it could be due to a burial collection of old Aboriginal people. The climate is dry, hot, and the way to marinate the dead with a layer of turpentine, wrapped in woven cotton, then buried under the tomb constructed from mud bricks has limited bacterial activity, avoiding for decay. Therefore, their hair, especially the chiefs of the tribe are still very much, and... Software. In particular, many of the remains have open jaw bones, such as a confusing smile.

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Chauchilla Cemetery, Peru

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Chauchilla Cemetery, Peru

Some actual images of this cemetery

The cemetery was discovered in the years 1920, but has not been used since the 9th century BC. The cemetery contains many important burial periods between 600 and 700 years. The burial work in this place starts at about 200 AD. It is important, portability is a much more meaningful source of archaeology for the Nazca culture. The graveyard was sacked by the Huaqueros (Grave thieves), who left the bones and pottery scattered throughout the area. The same local cemetery has been damaged to a greater extent. This position has been protected by Peruvian law from 1997, and tourists pay about 7 US dollars to make the Chauchilla tour lasts for approximately two hours. It is located on the banks of the Poroma River and can be entered through an underground road from the American motorway. In the year 1997, the majority of scattered bones and stolen pottery were restored to the graves. Most of the remains in the cemetery are located in the pit and in a back sitting position. The scientists interpret that it could be due to a burial collection of old Aboriginal people. The climate is dry, hot, and the way to marinate the dead with a layer of turpentine, wrapped in woven cotton, then buried under the tomb constructed from mud bricks has limited bacterial activity, avoiding for decay. Therefore, their hair, especially the chiefs of the tribe are still very much, and... Software. In particular, many of the remains have open jaw bones, such as a confusing smile.

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Keep Castle, Newcastle, England

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Castle Experience

Keep Castle was built by King Henry of the second from 1172 to 1177. There are countless spooky stories about Keep from the footsteps of the hidden corridor, mysterious mist appearing in the photographs of visitors. Hundreds of photos capture mysterious light trails, bridges and fog are posted online and printed in books. Tourists also said that they felt the cold air suddenly appeared and disappeared and they were touched by invisible hands. The most famous ghost of Keep Castle is called "Poppy Girl" (The Poppies Girl). Legend has it that it is the spirit of a semi-prison girl who owes money to others. In the course of her imprisonment she was beaten and raped to death by male prisoners. The ghost of a poppy is usually around the stairs in the castle. It is said that if she is near you, you will smell the scent of flowers in the air.

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Keep Castle, Newcastle, England

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Castle Experience

Keep Castle was built by King Henry of the second from 1172 to 1177. There are countless spooky stories about Keep from the footsteps of the hidden corridor, mysterious mist appearing in the photographs of visitors. Hundreds of photos capture mysterious light trails, bridges and fog are posted online and printed in books. Tourists also said that they felt the cold air suddenly appeared and disappeared and they were touched by invisible hands. The most famous ghost of Keep Castle is called "Poppy Girl" (The Poppies Girl). Legend has it that it is the spirit of a semi-prison girl who owes money to others. In the course of her imprisonment she was beaten and raped to death by male prisoners. The ghost of a poppy is usually around the stairs in the castle. It is said that if she is near you, you will smell the scent of flowers in the air.

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Pripyat, Ukraine

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Pripyat, Ukraine

Image of the city

The town of Pripyat is 100 km near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The 1986 nuclear disaster forced more than 28,000 people to evacuate the town and turn the land into unearthable wastelands. Unlike other military-like cities that have limited access, leaving Prypiat is not restricted by the time of the disaster. Before the Chernobyl disaster, nuclear power plants were seen as safer than other types of power plants. Initially, the atomic power plant is projected to build the capital Kiev 25 km but the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences has raised the fears of this position too close to the city, thus the location of the factory, along with the construction of the city of Pripyat, was chosen in the present location, about 100 km from Kiev. After the nuclear disaster , the city of Pripyat was evacuated for two days.

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Pripyat, Ukraine

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Pripyat, Ukraine

Image of the city

The town of Pripyat is 100 km near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The 1986 nuclear disaster forced more than 28,000 people to evacuate the town and turn the land into unearthable wastelands. Unlike other military-like cities that have limited access, leaving Prypiat is not restricted by the time of the disaster. Before the Chernobyl disaster, nuclear power plants were seen as safer than other types of power plants. Initially, the atomic power plant is projected to build the capital Kiev 25 km but the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences has raised the fears of this position too close to the city, thus the location of the factory, along with the construction of the city of Pripyat, was chosen in the present location, about 100 km from Kiev. After the nuclear disaster , the city of Pripyat was evacuated for two days.

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Tuol Sleng, Cam-pu-chia

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Tuol Sleng, Cam-pu-chia

Phóng sự về Tuol Sleng

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is a museum of genocide crimes from the Khmer Rouge during its ruling between 1975 and 1979. It was the secondary school before becoming a concentration camp of the red Kmmer genocide regime. In 1975, the school was converted to a prison called security prison S21. During the 4-year ruling of the Red Kmer, the site was imprisoned between 17,000 people (other sources for the teeth were 20,000), most of which were members or previous troops of the red Kmer convicted of betrayal. The school was renovated as a power fence, reinforced the room of the detention hall, ask room and torture room.

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Tuol Sleng, Cam-pu-chia

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Tuol Sleng, Cam-pu-chia

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is a museum of genocide crimes from the Khmer Rouge during its ruling between 1975 and 1979. It was the secondary school before becoming a concentration camp of the red Kmmer genocide regime. In 1975, the school was converted to a prison called security prison S21. During the 4-year ruling of the Red Kmer, the site was imprisoned between 17,000 people (other sources for the teeth were 20,000), most of which were members or previous troops of the red Kmer convicted of betrayal. The school was renovated as a power fence, reinforced the room of the detention hall, ask room and torture room.

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Đảo búp bê, Mexico

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Đảo búp bê, Mexico

Hình ảnh về hòn đảo

Nằm ở phía nam thành phố Mexico, giữa các kênh rạch chằng chịt của quận Xochimico, một hòn đảo nhỏ mang tên Isla de las Munecas (đảo búp bê) thu hút nhiều khách du lịch nhưng lại gắn liền với một câu chuyện buồn trong quá khứ. Nơi đây được dành riêng cho linh hồn một bé gái nghèo khổ nhưng số phận bi thảm, chết trong hoàn cảnh đặc biệt. Nhiều người tin rằng, những con búp bê nơi đây chứa đựng linh hồn bé gái đó. Chuyện kể rằng, một người đàn ông là Don Julian Santana Barrera, người sống trên đảo, phát hiện một cô gái nhỏ chết đuối nổi lên trong con kênh giữa rừng. Không lâu sau, Barrera tìm thấy con búp bê nổi gần đó. Ông cho rằng, có lẽ con búp bê thuộc về bé gái. Barrera nhặt búp bê và treo lên cây như một cách thể hiện sự tôn trọng và an ủi linh hồn đứa trẻ xấu số. Tuy nhiên, sau đó, người đàn ông già luôn bị ám ảnh bởi linh hồn cô bé đoản mệnh. Barrera bắt đầu nghe thấy những tiếng thì thầm, la hét ai oán hay tiếng bước chân trong bóng tối. Để xoa dịu linh hồn lang bạt, ông bắt đầu thu thập và treo thêm nhiều búp bê lên các cây trên khắp hòn đảo. Trong suốt 50 năm, hòn đảo được phủ kín bởi những con búp bê.

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Doll Island, Mexico

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Doll Island, Mexico

Photos of the island

Located in the south of Mexico city, between the canals of Xochimico district, a small island called the Isla de las Munecas (Doll Island) attracts many tourists but is associated with a sad story in the past. It is dedicated to the soul of a poor little girl but a tragic fate, dying in special circumstances. Many people believe that the dolls here contain that little girl's soul. It is said that a man, Don Julian Santana Barrera, who lives on the island, detects a drowned little girl emerging in the midst of the Forest canal. Not long after, Barrera found the famous doll nearby. He said that maybe the doll belonged to girls. Barrera picked up dolls and hung up trees as a way of showing respect and comforting bad child souls. However, the old man was always obsessed with the little girl's spirit. Barrera began to hear the whisperings, yelling for the resentment or the footsteps of darkness. To soothe the wandering souls, he began collecting and hanging more dolls on the trees throughout the island. During 50 years, the island is covered by dolls.

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Kabayan, Philippines

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Kabayan, Philippines

Xác ướp lửa của Philippines, còn được gọi là Xác ướp Kabayan, Xác ướp Benguet hay Xác ướp Ibaloi, là một nhóm xác ướp được tìm thấy dọc theo sườn núi Kabayan, một thị trấn ở phía bắc Philippines. Chúng được làm từ đầu năm 2000 trước Công nguyên cho đến thế kỷ 16, khi Tây Ban Nha xâm chiếm Philippines. Nghi lễ chôn cất thi thể của người Ibaloi chỉ ngừng lại khi thực dân Tây Ban Nha xâm lược Philippines cách đây 400 năm. Tuy vậy, các hang động xác ướp vẫn còn nguyên vẹn cho đến tận thế kỷ 19 mà không ai phát hiện ra. Cho đến nay, một vài ngôi mộ của người Ibaloi đã mở cửa công khai cho công chúng.Người Ibaloi cổ đã hun khói người chết trong nhiều tháng rồi sau đó chôn vào những hầm mộ trong lòng núi. Các xác ướp có thể tồn tại cả ngàn năm. Nhiều người tin rằng, những người già Ibaloi biết vị trí chính xác 80 hang động linh thiêng. Họ cũng là những người duy nhất biết cách thực hiện các nghi lễ cổ xử cho đến ngày nay.

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Kabayan, Philippines

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Kabayan, Philippines

The mummy of the Philippines, also known as the Kabayan mummy, Benguet mummy, or Mummy Ibaloi, is a mummy group found along the mountain slopes of Kabayan, a town in the northern Philippines. They were made from the beginning of the year 2000 BC until the 16th century, when Spain invaded the Philippines. The ritual burial of the Ibaloi was stopped when the Spanish colonists invaded the Philippines 400 years ago. Nevertheless, the mummy caves remained intact until the 19th century where no one was discovered. To date, a few tombs of the Ibaloi have opened publicity to the public. The ancient Ibaloi smoked the dead for months and then buried the graves in the mountains. Mummies can survive for thousands of years. Many people believe that the old Ibaloi knew the exact location 80 sacred caves. They are also the only ones who know how to perform the ritual of the ages to this day.

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