If You Find Yourself in One of These Places, You Might Want to Go Back Home.

Although they may be fascinating, I don”t aspire to see haunted locations all over the world. I don”t need to scale through thick woods, feeling the creepy creep of a specter on my shoulder, or see folks vanish into thin air.

But if you”re a little more daring, then by all means tempt your destiny at these places. Simply don”t blame me when you don”t come back…living.

1. Union Cemetery, Connecticut

Union Cemetery, Connecticut

This position routinely patrolled by cops and is locked at night. The specter of the White Lady here was really caught on photo and film. That”s why this graveyard is called the most haunted cemetery in the U.S.

2. The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan

The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan

This is initially a gas field has burned for over 40 years and set alight. It”s weirdly cherished by spiders for miles approximately.

3. The Whaley House, San Diego

The Whaley House, San Diego

The household members residing perished under mysterious conditions. Each was seen drifting in and from the home. They”ve even caught guests of the home and were seen outside windows.

4. Raynham Hall, England

Raynham Hall, England

This place was the arena for perhaps the most well-known ghost photograph of time: The well-known Brown Lady descending the stairs. She”s strangely stayed absent since the picture was shot.

5. Willard Asylum, Ny

Willard Asylum, New York

Nearly half the 50,000 patients here expired. For the criminally insane haunts folks to this day this death trap.

6. The Tower of London

The Tower of London

Ann Boleyn”s ghost was seen here on many occasions since her death in 1536. She was seen occasionally taking her head and in the Tower Chapel Royal.

7. Pickens County Courthouse, Alabama

Pickens County Courthouse, Alabama

This courthouse is home to among the finest pictures of a phantom in existence. The picture is considered the face of Henry Wells, who (as legend has it) was falsely accused of burning down the towns preceding courthouse and lynched on a stormy night in 1878.

8. Mirny Diamond Mine, Eastern Siberia

Mirny Diamond Mine, Eastern Siberia

The second biggest manmade hole on earth. It was left. Prepared for the descent

9. Farmhouse, Seneca Lake, Ny

Farmhouse, Seneca Lake, New York

This “graveyard of automobiles” will send you right back to the spooky past.

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