Keep Scrolling to See 5 Most Haunted Places


Nothing beats a good ghost story at night to keep children asleep. Isn’t it?

If you are a horror or paranormal stuff fan then I bet you guys already know about these places
below! Don’t you?

But by any chance, if you don’t then here’s a chilling WARNING! A Word to the Wise. As all things mentioned here are strange and unusual places reported by people and tourists around it.

These are the haunted places where the stuff of our nightmares comes to life.

💀 Most Haunted Places! ☠

Ever wonder why some scariest places on earth are recognized haunted places? Is it a myth? An urban legend? A false alarm maybe?

Or is it creepy! Let’s start your news guide to the most chilling and haunted places we ever dream to visit.

Let’s count down our picks for the 5 most haunted places around the world…

Catacombs in Paris, France

Catacombs in Paris - Most haunted places
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Love in Paris!

Whenever we hear about Paris this is the first thought that comes to our mind. But, your love will disappear into thin air when you know that Beneath Paris’s City Streets, there’s an Empire of Death Waiting for Tourists like you and me to discover more about it.

This place is one of the most haunted places on earth and it is I guess the first one!

It’s an enormous maze when we think there are as many as seven levels to it spreading under the entire city.

If you want to find a ghost looking in the place where Parisians place the bones of their dead for decades would be a great place to start.

These bones have made it one of the most haunted places on the earth.

The catacombs of Paris hold the remains of nearly 6 million people, so the site is essentially a mass grave.

If that’s not creepy enough the ossuaries are a small part of Paris’s vast network of underground tunnels and caverns.

In 1871 French revolutionaries massacred a group of monarchists in one of the underground chambers.

With that much death and that much history, how can it not make it to our list of the most haunted places?

Waverley Hills Sanitarium, United States

Waverley Hills Sanitarium
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The list will be incomplete if a sanitarium is not included in this. What’s your call about that? Let’s get to the bottom of this one.

Waverly Hills Sanatorium is a perfect example of early 20th century Tudor Gothic Revival style architecture.

The place is registered on the National Historic Register and faced the threat of being uprooted. For its historical unusual events, the building is popular as one of the most haunted places on the planet.

The Waverly Hills Historical Society, a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization, was there to preserve the building and let the people know about its history, architectural significance, and tuberculosis in the local community.

But because of the ‘White Death’-tuberculosis thousand and thousand of people lost their lives. That makes this one of the haunted places on planet earth.

Besides that, in 1928, a nurse was found dead in Room 502 of the building. She hanged herself and committed suicide in that room. She was 29 years old and unmarried pregnant at the time of her mysterious death.

Then again in 1932, a nurse who was working in the same room jumped from the roof. Her death made people think of different stories.

Many strange things then continued to be reported with this cursed building.

Is it any wonder, after all of the death, pain, and agony within these walls, that Waverly Hills is considered to be one of the most haunted places in the United States?

Aokigahara Forest, Japan

Aokigahara Forest in Japan is also more famously known as the suicide forest. It is a deep dark forest at the base of Mount Fuji.

You’ll not be want to pass a night inside of this forest, cause it is one of the world’s most haunted places. Probably this is a perfect place for playing paranormal games.

The forest is full of natural beauty. Jukai, or Sea of Trees is the second name of the forest Aokigahara because of the denseness of trees inside of the forest.

Such a beautiful place to visit and clear your mind.

But what happens when you go there for peace of your mind and suddenly you saw a body hanging just in front of you? Your heart will forget to beat for a second, Right?

Well, let’s say, be prepared for this kind of situation if you want to visit this place on the list, as these sightings are very normal in Aokigahara Forest.

Some people go deep inside of the forest with no intention of coming out.

“Think carefully about your children, your family,’ and ‘Your life is a precious gift from your parents”. You’ll see these warning words at the entrance road of the forest.

This beautifully chilling suicidal forest is not meant for your leisurely morning walks but rather holds an ill-fated reputation of being the world’s second most popular place to commit suicide (first is the Golden Gate Bridge).

According to Japanese mythology, the forest is reputed for being home to yūrei, which means ghosts of the dead.

Official records show that in the year 2003 105 dead bodies were found in the deep side of the forest, which are mostly decomposed and eaten by wild animals.

Around 108 suicides were reported in the year 2004 which was considered a high number. The authority then decided to not publicly flash the suicidal report for reducing the fear and panic.

If this hasn’t crept you enough let’s jump off to the next destination of horror costar ride…

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan – India

When you think of the country INDIA, the first thought that crosses your mind is how diversified a country can be in its beautiful way? The culture, nature, heritage all give you a perfect destination to visit next on your list.

But wait a bit, didn’t you hear that every beautiful thing has its horror in itself. Well, this goes with INDIA’s Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan. This is a special one in the list of most haunted places on earth.

The location of the Bhangarh Fort is on the border side of Sariska Reserve in the district of Alwar in Rajasthan.

The fort is looking naturally well worthy with trees surrounding the pond area and the king’s palace is located at the lower part of the hill.

According to a story, A person named Baba Balak Nath who was a sadhu lived in the nearest area of the fort. He didn’t allow strictly anyone to construct any building that was higher than the one he owned. And he didn’t like the shadow of anyone’s building that fell on his building. When this thing happened, the result was destruction showed up in the fort town.

According to another legend, there was a beautiful princess named Ratnavati and a black magician wizard named Sinhai fell in love with the princess. Once the wizard followed the princess in a market and offered her a potion of love. She then refused and threw it to a large rock, the rock rolled to the wizard and crushed him. Because of the wizard’s death, the town faced destruction.

In India, Bhangarh is the only place you can call legally haunted. For that, you need special permission from the Indian government to enter the fort before sunrise and after sunset.

Local people still believe that the person who goes inside the fort at a dark time will never make it to come back. Tourists from different places of the world come here every year.

They have reported in many documentaries that they were feeling unusual energy and strange feelings inside of the fort.

These are some fascinating stories that make the place even more attractive for a visit.

Baron Empain Palace, Egypt

Cairo! A city in Egypt! What a beauty in itself, wanting to explore more and more in itself.

As travelers pass the Cairo suburb of Heliopolis, they are astounded by the sight of a Hindu temple-like building, which is called Baron Empain Palace (also known as The Palais Hindou and Qasr el Baron).

This particular stuff is the legend of the city. Mesmerizing yet mysterious that wants to unfold more!

Talking about the most haunted places around the world and not a castle involve it! Seems unfulfilling as a paranormal fan, isn’t it! So Baron Empain Palace is next on my list to explore.

Abandoned since the 1950s, there are some spine-chilling tales around it. Grab your seat, ladies, and gentlemen, we are taking off to the castle of mysteries.

The Baron Empain Palace’s emptiness destroyed it in many parts, though responsible people are still caring for the lawns, the palace is now horrific to live in.

A wealthy Belgian entrepreneur Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain built the palace.

The palace has a well-planned design that was placed after the Hindu temples of East India and Cambodia.

The construction of the building was started in 1907 and was fully completed in 1911.

French architect Alexandre Marcel built this iconic building with reinforced concrete and the interior was decorated by a man named Georges Louis Claude.

The Baron Empain palace gave birth to many myths including a rotating base, some believe that the tower also rotates itself.

These rumors also include a secret tunnel beneath the castle that connects it to the nearby Basilica Church and there was an underground chamber with mirrors that turned red at the Baron’s death.

Baron’s sister Baroness Helena fell off the balcony and died. His daughter Miriam locked and killed herself in the basement of the palace.

These myths also include that the home is HAUNTED enough to become one of the haunted places in the world.


People like me and you love to know about horror stories, the thrill of this is unexpressible although it is true or not true…

Supernatural activities never fail to attract some extra attention, and when you get a chance to visit a place like one of the most haunted places around the globe.

I’m sure you are willing to go there at least once in your life to take part in the horrific adventure.

So, “Which one is your favorite among the list of haunted places above?”

The hallway between your room and bathroom. Just Kidding!

Have you ever visited any of these most haunted places on the planet? If you didn’t which one you want to visit first? Tell me your horror stories in the comments below…

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