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  • Hang on.

  • Where we going?

  • I don't know.

  • But I don't like books.

  • That tunnel up there?

  • Hey, walk.

  • I went off the world and home again.

  • That's the sailor's way.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 creepiest tunnels.

  • You should avoid mhm, right?

  • Oh, yeah, there might engines gone.

  • This is not good teens full sweet pies and everything.

  • Turn around.

  • Turn around for this list.

  • We'll be looking at tunnels around the world that are rumored to be haunted or have been abandoned for various reasons.

  • Let us know in the comments which tunnel you'd be least likely to brave.

  • Number 10 Gold Camp Road tunnels, Colorado Springs, Colorado These tunnels start out as a fun experience.

  • The first two are supposedly filled with joyful laughter and the sound of Children playing.

  • But as you head down to the third tunnel, those cheerful sounds turn horrific.

  • The same voices begin to scream in agony.

  • Some people have even reported child sized handprints appearing on their car windows.

  • According to local legend, the third tunnel collapsed on a school bus of Children, claiming the lives of everyone on board the veracity of this story is contested, but regardless, these tunnels are not for the faint of heart.

  • Number nine Victoria Park, Brisbane, Australia, is known for its dangerous wildlife, but that's not all.

  • You should be on the lookout for should you choose to visit the city of Brisbane?

  • Ah, limbless green ghost.

  • Some say headless reportedly comes out of the walls of the Victoria Park Tunnel in the 19 sixties.

  • It supposedly sent one young boy to the hospital after the entity put him into a trance like state with the boys friends thinking he'd become possessed.

  • Uh huh.

  • Smile backs throw.

  • This is the most famous such incident.

  • It's not the only one.

  • There have been numerous reported sightings throughout the 20th century.

  • E way to go.

  • Number eight.

  • Sensible Tunnel, Churchill, Tennessee Considering local claims that this is a place of evil, we'd recommend taking their advice and staying away.

  • The tunnel is supposedly full of paranormal activity, including demonic apparitions and car engines suddenly dying.

  • Oh my God, Rory, who is that you?

  • It is perhaps most infamous, however, for the wailing cries of women and their babies that have been reported over the years.

  • It was said that a resident of Churchill had killed his entire family and the creek they were dumped in ran through the tunnel.

  • I'm gonna hurt you, Wendy, darling.

  • Light of my life gonna hurt you.

  • You didn't let me finish my sentence.

  • I said I'm not gonna hurt you.

  • I'm just gonna bash your brains.

  • This resident's name was Mr Sensible.

  • Considering the aforementioned issue with car engines, this tunnel is best avoided.

  • Unless you're confident in your ability to get away on foot, it looks like you won't be able to rely on technology for this one.

  • Number seven Blue Ghost Tunnel, Ontario, Canada.

  • As the story goes, flooding saw hundreds of bodies dislodged from a graveyard during the construction of this train tunnel.

  • Roughly two thirds of the bodies were never recovered.

  • As your mind fills with images of bloated, waterlogged, rotting corpses, you're probably nodding in agreement as to why this tunnel made the list.

  • And come on, my mom will have an aneurysm.

  • Okay, If you find that they were playing down here, I'm serious.

  • If you're brave or foolish enough to enter the structure, you'll find a floor caked with mud and a near constant dripping sound that echoes off the tunnel walls.

  • Oh, it also gets smaller.

  • The further you go that all combines to make for one seriously creepy atmosphere.

  • But it doesn't explain the bone chilling cold that permeates the tunnel.

  • Even during hot summer months.

  • Number six Hoosick Tunnel, Western Massachusetts, sometimes referred to as the bloody pit Hoosick tunnel, certainly lives up to its name.

  • Around 200 people were killed during the construction of the tunnel, with causes ranging from fires all the way to drownings.

  • Digging began in 18 51 and took 22 years with 200 lives lost Along the way, workers stopped showing up after supposedly seeing ghostly figures and hearing the pain groans of their fallen friends deep in the tunnel.

  • Dudley rung, Yeah, Uh huh.

  • Ah, local hunter disappeared for three days, and when he was found, he said that he'd been led into the tunnel by distant voices.

  • Okay, inside, he was greeted by spectral undead figures roaming the tunnel.

  • This is one place you would not want to venture to alone with a friend or at all really.

  • Number five Belkin Tunnel, Switzerland.

  • Belkin tunnel is said to be home to the mysterious white woman Ah, hitchhiker whose pale, ghostly skin and white clothing probably wouldn't make you want to slow down.

  • Dean, What the hell is going on?

  • Sam, Sam.

  • It's said that if she is picked up, she'll vanish from your vehicle shortly after getting in.

  • Take Me Home.

  • With apparently dozens of police reports describing similar encounter since the 19 eighties, even the most skeptical people should stay away.

  • If you do decide to ignore our warnings and pick this woman up while driving through the Belkin Tunnel, we hope for your sake that she disappears sooner rather than later.

  • Number four Moon Ville Tunnel Moon VILLE, Ohio Imagine being on a late night walk when you see a light from inside a tunnel up ahead.

  • Or you might spy a young man standing above the tunnel looking down.

  • There's also a chance that your nostrils will fill with the sweet smell of lavender.

  • While none of the aforementioned descriptions sound especially sinister, wait for the context.

  • The light supposedly comes from the lanterns of two railroad workers who were killed by trains in Ohio's Montville Tunnel in the 18 hundreds.

  • The young man was a bully who started fights and met his demise on the train tracks.

  • And the smell of lavender is from a thin elderly woman who took a fatal fall.

  • I am Lazarus come from the day come back to tell you all I shall tell you off if one was settling a pillow by her head Number three Big Bull tunnel wise County, Virginia Building tunnels is dangerous work, and in the 19th century, such projects often resulted in accidental deaths.

  • Even so, Big Bull Tunnel feels especially sinister.

  • In addition to the usual body count, it's also got a murder to its name.

  • The Haunting can be traced back to 1905 when two inspectors reportedly heard a mysterious voice emanating from the brick walls.

  • Okay, I'm out of uh oh, What was it saying?

  • You might be wondering.

  • They are drinking my blood.

  • The train tunnel is still in operation today, so there are actually a few solid arguments to avoid taking a stroll through Big Bull number two Churchill Tunnel, Richmond, Virginia We've heard about a lot of ghosts here, so now we think it's time for something different.

  • This tunnel might attract a different form of paranormal experts, namely a vampire hunter.

  • That's right.

  • Virginia's Churchill Tunnel was supposedly home to the blood sucking creature of the night until the character of a man by the sound of his heart bid.

  • Usually when I approach, I can almost dance.

  • Upon being discovered, the creature caused the tunnel to collapse, burying to workers.

  • When rescuers came, it was said that the creature fled the tunnel, making its home in a new but equally terrifying location.

  • Ah, mausoleum in Richmond's Hollywood cemetery.

  • Okay, now we're talking about haunted cemeteries, everybody.

  • That's a pretty good reason to keep out.

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  • Number one.

  • The Screaming Tunnel, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada Known by no other name, the Screaming tunnel more than earns our number one spot.

  • A drainage tunnel.

  • Since the 18 hundreds, this spooky 125 ft passageway has been giving locals cause for fear as long as anyone can remember, and the story behind it is absolutely tragic.

  • Is there anything wrong with her?

  • You mean medically?

  • I mean, whatever you mean, there are various conflicting legends, but they all involve a young girl being burned alive.

  • It's her screams that give the tunnel its name.

  • If you light a match in the tunnel, legend has it that the girl's blood curdling screams will fill the space and she'll blow out the match.

  • Wanna play hide in glass?

  • So how about we give this tunnel a wide berth and leave her in peace?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/15
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