the scariest place in the world

In this world, many places seem dangerous and mysterious. Saving stories in history, old age places are scary locations for some people.

Here is the most sinister location in this part of the world. Check it out!

1. Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague, Czech Republic

This Jewish cemetery is the largest in Europe and at the same time one of the most important Jewish historical monuments in Prague. Around 100,000 people have been buried and there are around 12,000 gravestones.

2. Puppet Island, Mexico

This deserted island in Mexico is mostly inhabited by doll collections. In 1950, Julián Santana Barrera was thought to have collected dolls from a trash can and displayed them on the southern island of Mexico City.

The goal is to bring peace to the soul of a drowned little girl. Barrera himself had sunk on an island on September 17, 2001. To date, around a thousand puppets have been collected. How strange!

3. Hashima Island, Japan

Hashima is a former coal-mining settlement that was founded in 1887. This place is considered one of the most densely populated cities on earth.

In 1959, a total of 5,259 people lived on this island. However, there was a problem when extracting coal, mining was closed in 1974.

4. Bone Chapel, Portugal

This chapel was built in the 16th century by a Franciscan monk. This place is not too big, its length is 18.6 meters and its width is 11 meters. Interestingly, this chapel is made of 5,000 monk bones.

5. Suicide Forest, Japan

This place is famous for its status as a suicidal choice. This forest is always associated with Japanese mythology, which is described as a residence of demons and ghosts.

6. Mental Hospital, Parma, Italy

Once a mental hospital, the building has been transformed into an art installation by Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione. Herbert had caught a certain strength from this place that is the ghost of a former patient who was tortured in this hospital.

7. Church of St. George, Czech Republic
The church is located in the Czech village of Lukova which was abandoned in 1968. After the roof collapsed during a funeral, the church began to be abandoned. Recently, artist Jakub Hadrava placed a collection of scary statues in this church, making the atmosphere even more mysterious.