5 Most Haunted Places In The World That Will Scare You Like Hell!

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Let's talk about one of the most haunted places in the world and it's your chance to decide which ones you'd like to visit or not?

Let’s talk about one of the most haunted places in the world and it’s your chance to decide which ones you’d like to visit or not, you might want to use their stories to scare your friends or never come close or go to see them all for yourself. Of course, that depends on how daring you are?

Let’s Have A Look At 5 Most Haunted Places In The World.

1. Aokigahara, Japan.

Aokigahara is japan’s globally infamous suicide forest and it’s scary enough just to see a place where hundreds of people have killed themselves amidst trees and vines, but if you need another reason to stay away, you should know that the forest is full of dead bodies that haven’t yet been cleared by local police and of course the forest is haunted by people who have died there. Isn’t it scary?

2. Manila Film Center, Philippines.

Yeah, just a Film-Center and no old building or forest, but this building witnessed a horrible tragedy on November 17th, 1981. When scaffolding at the site collapsed and buried about 169 workers in quick-drying cement. Reports disagree on how many workers were killed but it’s possible that several bodies remain entombed in the structure haunting the building.

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3. Raynham Hall, United Kingdom.

Raynham Hall in Norfolk UK, might not be as famous as the Tower of London, but it has its brown lady who appears wearing a brown brocade dress that’s unique and more special than going for a simple white or black.

4. Bhangarh Fort, India.

The Bhangarh Fort in the district of Rajasthan in India is so haunted that the site’s management forbids visitors to stay after dark. According to legend, the fort was cursed when a wizard fell in love with the princess of Bhangarh and when she rejected his love, he cursed the town. Soon after the town was invaded and pillaged, most of its inhabitants including the princess were killed and their ghosts continue to haunt the fort.

5. Iulia Hasdeu Castle, Romania.

Iulia Hasdeu Castle is named after the daughter of the man who built the castle, Hasdeu built the castle after his daughter died and he became spiritual and designed a room in the castle with black walls in an effort to connect with his daughter’s spirit he finally succeeded, but unfortunately Iulia’s spirit never left you can go and see Iulia wearing white and playing piano in the castle in Romania.