Every Stone is Mouldering Slow: The 25 Creepiest Places on Earth

Sedlec Ossuary, photographed by Polyparadigm via Wikipedia

The world abounds with mysterious places, unsettling locales that, by virtue of accident or design, can raise a chill in even the hardiest of travelers. Check out this compilation of the 25 creepiest places on Earth by Listverse. Which ones would you go to? Would you go in sunshine…or stay until the shadows had crept in and moonlight and ghosts were your only companions?

You can find the places mentioned in the list and photos below. Spooky locals previously featured here on TYoH are linked to the original articles for more reading. Head over to Listverse for the complete list and text of each location.

25. Actun Tunichil Muknal, 24. Takakonuma Greenland Park23. The Overtoun Bridge, 22. Beelitz Military Hospital,
21. The Sedlec Ossuary, 20. Prypiat, 19. Staten Island Tugboat Graveyard, 18. San Zhi Resort, 17. Ryugyung Hotel, 16. Sighisoara, 15. Ghost City of Fengdu, 14. Winchester Mystery House13. Ruins of Detroit, 12. City Hall Subway Station, 11. Matsuo Ghost Mine, 10. British Sea Forts,  9. La Isla de las Munecas 8. Prague’s Old Jewish Cemetery 7. Varosha,  6. Gunkanjima,  5. Hellingly Hospital, 4. Candido Godoi,  3. Catacombs of Paris,  2. Bird Suicide Grounds of Jatinga, 1. Aokigahara Forest

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– La Isla de las Munecas: The Horror of Doll Island

– The Ghost Who Walks: 10 Most Haunted Places in America

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