From suicide forests to Hitler’s hospital and mummified corpses. Check out the most terrifying places to visit across the globe this Halloween!
This place puts haunted houses to shame! The ancient burial ground is filled with human remains that date back to 1,000 AD.
The Church of Nossa Senhora do Bom Fin, Brazil
This Baroque church in Salvador, Bahia is filled with wax casts of body parts. Sick church goers pay to have plaster casts made of specific body parts they’d like cured, which are then hung up on the church walls.
Beelitz-Heilstätten Military Hospital, Germany
Built in 1898 to treat tuberculosis patients, this hospital was once used to treat Hitler, but that way ages before he became the figure we know him to have been today.
Abandoned School in Pripyat, Ukraine
This place will seriously creep you out! The town of Pripyat in Ukraine was completely abandoned after the horrific nuclear explosion in Chernobyl in 1986. These masks bare witness to the fear, suffering and danger that was exposed to locals.
La Isla de Munecas, Mexico
There’s an entire island filled with dolls in Mexico. The strange doll hanging phenomena is believed to have begun a few years ago, when a young girl tragically died in the area. Dolls are still left here in dedication to her memory to this very day.
Capuchin Catacombs, Palermo
WTF is this??? If you ever happen to be travelling around Italy, take some time to visit these creepy monastic catacombs, where you’ll find endless rows of mummified priests’ remains!
Sculpture Park of Veijo Rönkkönen, Finland
From the 1960s until his death in 2010, Finnish artist Veijo Rönkkönen dedicated pretty much all of his time to sculpting these creepy figures out stone in a park in Finland. Today, they’re overgrown with moss and look downright freaky!
Hill of Crosses, Lithuania
You can try to find a place on earth that has more crucifixes than the Hill of Crosses in Lithuania, but you’ll have a hard time seeking one out, because there is a serious amount of crosses in this place. Though local authorities have tried to knock this place down several times, locals continue to build it up again.
Also known as “Suicide Forest”, this is probably the creepiest place in Japan. The forest is believed to be damned and filled with negative spirits. It’s also where depressed Japanese people tend to come to commit suicide. Don’t believe us? Go check out the bodies for yourself!
Monastery of Sao Francisco, Lima
And to wrap things up, why not visit the Monastery of Sao Francisco in Lima, where there are so many human remains, that local monks have decided to make interior decorations with them!