Catacombs of Paris, France
Beneath the chic and stylish streets of Paris are the Catacombs, which house millions of sets of bones as a former burial place for the city as recently as a couple hundred years ago.
Located in Kent, this small village is thought to be the most haunted area in all of England with landmarks called Fright Corner and the Screaming Woods.
Hashima Island, Japan
Hashima was a coal mining facility for nearly 100 years before being abandoned in the 1970s, and is now referred to as “Ghost Island” by both locals and tourists.
Hill of Crosses, Lithuania
Over 100,000 crosses and other religious relics adorn this destination in Lithuania, which is the site of Catholic pilgrimages but still manages to give off a terrifying vibe.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the abandoned home of Chernobyl is decidedly creepy, and it’s been featured in several video games and movies for precisely that reason.
The most famous ghost town in the African region of Namibia, Kolmanskop is a former diamond mining village that has slowly been swallowed by the Namib desert over the years.