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  • - You know I assure you if there was

  • a number 11 to this list that would be

  • the basement of my apartment building.

  • Looks like something straight out of the movie Saw.

  • So I'm a pretty big fan of horror movies

  • especially ones that are based on real life events

  • because it gives the illusion

  • that what I'm watching actually happened.

  • But sometimes just as interesting as the story itself

  • is the location where the story took place.

  • And believe it or not there are some places

  • that exist right now in real life

  • that make the locations of some horror movies

  • just look like the care bears kingdom.

  • So in an attempt to make you lose some sleep tonight

  • I gathered the most unnerving ones

  • to share with you guys.

  • So here they are the 10 creepiest places on Earth.

  • Number one is the Island of the Dolls.

  • Located in a swamp in the middle of Aztec country, Mexico,

  • this old abandoned island was once occupied

  • by a single inhabitant named Don Julian Santana Barrera.

  • The legend says that a small girl drowned near the island

  • after which dolls began floating in the water.

  • Like a sane person Barrera collected all of the dolls

  • that appeared in the water over 50 years

  • and scattered them all over the island.

  • The dolls are still there today

  • making it a popular tourist attraction.

  • But seriously why would anybody

  • go there especially on vacation?

  • Hmm I could to Italy for some delicious food,

  • Cuba for some warmth and sunshine,

  • or the Island of the Dolls for everlasting nightmares.

  • Okay.

  • Number two is the Aokigahara Forest.

  • At the base of Mount Fuji in Japan

  • is a woodland known as Suicide Forest.

  • In the last 50 years more than 500 people

  • have taken their lives here.

  • Not only will you find nooses, bodies, and bones here

  • but you'll also find signs with messages like

  • "Life is a precious thing please reconsider

  • "and think of your family."

  • What's especially disturbing is it's

  • become popular for scavengers to enter the forest

  • in hopes of looting dead bodies.

  • Really though, are ya that hard up for cash?

  • This is, you know, just a thought,

  • but how about instead of scouring Suicide Forest

  • for freshly hung bodies to loot

  • that you go get a job and contribute something to society?

  • Okay, thanks psycho.

  • Number three is Lome's Voodoo Market.

  • In the city of Lome in Togo, Western Africa,

  • there exists one of the largest markets

  • for voodoo paraphernalia in the world.

  • Here you can find all of your voodoo needs

  • from talismans to fetishes to piles upon piles

  • of animal skulls including monkeys, vultures,

  • crocodiles, cats, owls, and snakes.

  • In western African voodoo they believe

  • that animal remains can protect you from evil and disease.

  • Me personally I don't really believe in voodoo

  • and I would certainly never use it to benefit myself.

  • (speaks in spooky foreign voice)

  • Never.

  • Number four is the Sedlec Ossuary.

  • Located in the Czech Republic this chapel

  • contains the remains of 70,000 people

  • arranged in bizarre artistic fashion

  • that's visited by over 200,000 tourists every single year.

  • Here you can find delightful pieces of furniture

  • like bone chandeliers, garlands made of skulls,

  • and lots of other stuff made of human remains.

  • Kind of like a hellish Ikea.

  • Welcome to hell!

  • Would you like a meatball for 99 cents?

  • Number five is the Stanley Hotel.

  • Found high atop the Colorado Rocky Mountains

  • this creepy hotel was the inspiration

  • for Stephen King's novel The Shining.

  • The entire place is said to be haunted, especially room 418.

  • You do not go in there.

  • Guests and staff have reported hearing children

  • playing in the corridors late at night

  • and piano music coming from the empty ballroom.

  • Listen I'm not afraid of many ghost stories

  • but I'm telling you I would never go there.

  • Literally all it would take is one kid

  • to look at me and be like.

  • And I would tip the (beep) out the door.

  • I wouldn't even bring my luggage.

  • Number six is the Bran Castle.

  • Located in Bran, Romania, on the border of Transylvania

  • this famous landmark is also known as Dracula's Castle.

  • The castle is known for its connections to Vlad the Impaler

  • who was the inspiration for the legend of Count Dracula.

  • In the market just outside of the castle

  • you can find all kinds of creepy stuff

  • like blood red wine, vampire masks, and even wooden stakes.

  • Once you're inside the castle you can find

  • winding spiral staircases, low cavernous doorways,

  • and of course, once bitten, eternal life.

  • Mwah-ha-ha-haaa!

  • No, but seriously though, the place is a big bag of creepy,

  • I would never go in there.

  • Number seven is the Village of Jatinga.

  • In north eastern India the small village of Jatinga

  • has a creepy secret: the birds there fall out of the sky

  • and die for no apparent reason.

  • But the really creepy part, it happens like clockwork

  • every September or October between 7 and 10 PM

  • and has done so for the lat 100 years.

  • And nobody knows what causes it not even scientists.

  • I really wouldn't want to visit let alone live in a place

  • where animals just spontaneously drop out of the sky.

  • It's like you're just enjoying your day

  • and all of a sudden (imitates bird noise)

  • just (beep) falling out of the sky, damn!

  • Number eight is Hashima Island.

  • Located in Japan just 15 kilometers from Nagasaki

  • this island is an undisturbed ghost town.

  • Once a forced labor camp during World War II

  • it became a coal mining facility that shut down

  • and all structures have remained there

  • untouched for the last 30 years.

  • The scenery looks like something out of an apocalyptic movie

  • with abandoned buildings

  • and wild foliage growing everywhere.

  • Only 10% of the island is open to the public

  • and it's only accessible 160 days of the year

  • due to harsh weather conditions.

  • Damn, why on earth would anybody want to visit this place?

  • Any one of these buildings is reason enough

  • to stay the hell away from this place.

  • Look's like Satan's toilet.

  • Number nine is the Winchester Mystery House.

  • In San Jose, California, there's a massive 160 room mansion

  • that's built like a haunted maze.

  • It has mile long hallways, countless hidden passages,

  • dead ends, doors that open up to nothing,

  • and staircases that lead to the ceiling.

  • It was built upon for 38 years by the owner Sarah Winchester

  • who was told by a medium that she was haunted

  • by the souls of the victims that were killed

  • by her family's rifles and the only way to make peace

  • with them is to build a house and never stop building.

  • Interestingly the reason that she built the house

  • like a maze was to confuse the ghosts that haunted her.

  • Ahh, I'm no expert on the physics of ghosts or anything

  • but from the limited knowledge that I do have

  • from watching Bugs Bunny cartoons

  • I'm pretty sure that they can walk through walls.

  • You didn't really think this one through did you Sarah?

  • And finally number 10 Pripyat.

  • In northern Ukraine this abandoned city

  • once housed the workers and scientists

  • of the Chernobyl nuclear plant.

  • Among the desolated buildings is an entire amusement park

  • which just adds to the supreme creepiness of the city.

  • Despite being within the affected area of radiation

  • from the Chernobyl meltdown in 1986

  • the area has since been reopened to the public

  • since radiation levels have gone down significantly.

  • But seriously would anybody choose to go there?

  • I've seen The Hills Have Eyes,

  • after that I cannot recommend entering

  • an empty city that's been affected by nuclear radiation.

  • Unless of course you want to become dinner

  • for some mutant that looks like the brother

  • of Sloth from The Goonies.

  • Hey you guys!

  • And that's it, I hope you guys enjoyed this video.

  • I hope you don't get too bad of nightmares

  • cause damn these be some scary places.

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- You know I assure you if there was

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