Hey, Do you love traveling? And more than that, love to enjoy haunted stories and want to explore more thrill in life? Well, there are several haunted places you can visit and be aware of, but here today, we have listed the top six most spooky spots around the world!!
- Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
Bhangarh Fort is situated in the Alwar region; the abandoned town is one of the ghostly places one can think of and is examined as one of India’s most possessed places. It is anticipated to be so menacing that even the Archaeological Survey of India has legitimately forbidden everyone from entering Bhangarh Fort after dark. The story behind this fort is that during the sixteenth century, a tantric fall for the beautiful princess of Bhangarh. He planned to captivate and seduce the princess through her black magic. Nevertheless, the princess exposed him and punished him to death. The tantric got madden by the sudden change of his plan before his death, jinxes the palace to ruin and the town be desolate and roofless forever. It is believed that anyone who goes to the fort at night or dark won’t make it back. So, if you still want to visit this place, you need to do it at your own risk.
- Obvodny Canal, St. Petersburg Russia
Obvodny Canal is also popular by the name “Suicide Canal.” This Canal got to build in the 18th century. Since then, weird events have engulfed the site. Construction workers said that they felt headaches, a sudden outburst of violence, and suicides. The people saved from suicide attempts reported that they have no idea why they jumped the water. Some also claim that the force from troubled spirits from under the water.
- Bombay High Court
The lawyers working here believe that the Bombay High Court is haunted. One of the courtrooms is possessed by a maleficient tormented spirit who always restricts the arrival of the accused in that court hall in all murder trials.
- Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania
In 1968, from the minute a military technician clicked a photograph of a hovering “UFO” over the Hoia-Baciu Romania, this forest has acquired paranormal activities all over the world. Some believe that the forest now has a portal that is the root behind the disappearance of the tourer. People who have moved across the forest without getting wipe out into another world have noticed they have a feeling of anxiety, rashes on their body, and nausea. The Hoia-Bacia Forest is now also called the “Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania.”
- Dumas Beach, Gujarat
The Dumas Beach in Gujarat is liked to various mysteries. Earlier, the beach used to be a Hindu Burying ground, and many people believe that troubled souls exclaim to return to the shore to the tourists who take the witching hour strolls towards the sea. It is to be assumed that people who ignore those voices vanish in the water forever.
- Island of the Dolls, Mexico
Even though it now comes under the UNESCO WORLD Heritage Site for it well conserve case of Aztec Life, the original name of Island of the Dolls is “Isla De Las Munecas.” Unseen among the regions’ various canals, the place is famous for the number of dolls hanging from the trees and placed among the grass. On this island, there used to be a residence, Julian Santa Barrera. Once, he found a dead girl’s body in a close-by canal. After that, in remembrance of the girl and defending evil souls, he gathers and hangs dolls on the various trees. You can watch this island from afar by hiring a boat.