Check out these real places straight out of a nightmare! This top 10 list of mysterious abandoned places has some of the creepiest locations on earth!
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8. Hill of Crosses, Lithuania
Hundreds of thousands of crosses cover a hill outside the city of Šiauliai in Lithuania. While its not clear when this hill of crosses actually started, these crosses and rosaries remain a testament to Catholicism and the Lithuanian Spirit. This spooky hill is known for its legends of ghosts, miracles and heroic acts of defiance.
7. Disney’s River Country
In 1976, Disney debuted its first ever water park, River Country. It was their “slippery slidingest, raft ridingest, rope swingingest, old fashioned good, clean, wet, American fun you’ve ever had!” Sounds fun right? It was built on the edge of Florida’s Bay Lake. The park had a number of water slides, swimming holes, man-made boulders, and even featured a lagoon that had been creating by damming up a portion of the nearby Lake.
6. Capuchin Catacombs
The Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo are a vast and extensive network of burial catacombs in Palermo, Sicily, in southern Italy.
In the 16th century, the monks of the Capuchin monastery began to excavate a place to bury their friars underneath the ground. However, over time the locals of the nearby town began to see being buried in the crypts underneath Capuchin as a sort of symbol of power and status.
5. City Of Sand
Kolmanskop is a small, abandoned ghost town located in southern Namibia. This former diamond mining town used to be home to 1,000 people. In 1908 a railway worker discovered some diamonds in the sand and he showed them to his supervisor. Maybe the biggest mistake of his life! The German railway inspector spread the word so the German government took over and started exploiting the area.
4. Cameron Lake Monster
Cameron Lake is a massive and isolated body of water that’s located on Vancouver Island, just off the coast of Canada.
The lake is chilly, expansive, and surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges. However, there just might be something a bit darker lurking under the surface of Cameron.
3. Hashima Island, Japan
Just off the coast of Japan, only nine miles away from the famous city of Nagasaki, lies the abandoned island of Hashima.
Not a single living person lives on Hashima, although its towering, grey buildings still remain, along with the massive concrete walls that trace the borders of the island and protect it from the surrounding harsh sea.
2. North Brother Island, New York
North Brother Island is one spooky reminder of dark asylums, prisons, medical research centers and haunted places right near Manhattan. This patch of land is in the middle of the East River between the Bronx and Rikers island.
1. Oradour-sur-Glane, France
On June 10, 1944, the village of Oradour-sur-Glane in France was overrun by German forces. The soldiers of the regime burned, looted the men, women, and children of the town. Many were herded into a church and burned.
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