Whaley House (USA)
Other than the famous places on this list, Whaley House is just a normal house in San Diego, USA. However, its special feature is that it is built on the foundation of a school. Before being built by Thomas Whaley in 1857, it often took place for hanging executions to display them. With such thrilling and magical history, Whaley House is rumored to have a lot of waving ghosts. Today, although it has become the Whaley House Museum, the anecdotes about this place have not ended.
Obvodny Canal (Russia)
Known locally as “Suicide Channel”, you probably understand some of the gloom of this place. Begun in the late 18th century, the Obvodny Canal is home to many different suicides. Some people, after being rescued by medical personnel, reported that they did not understand why they jumped into the water. Others have reported an invisible arm pulling them down from the canal.
Leap Castle (Ireland)
Built in the mid-13th century, Leap Castle has witnessed the bloody struggles of the O’Carroll family. With the ambition of power, members of this family fought and killed countless people. By the early 20th century, when renovating and restoring this place, engineers and workers discovered a dungeon underground. It contains the bodies of many people who have fallen because of the bloody power struggle at this castle itself.
Crumlin Road Gaol Prison (Northern Ireland)
Crumlin Road Gaol is a Victorian prison and now becomes a tourist attraction after closing in 1996. During 150 years of operation, this place has detained tens of thousands of prisoners. Many of them were executed right here. This unseen general made this place a place associated with the rumor about kissing.
Discovered in 1890, this place is an ancient Mayan ruins. With the custom of sacrificing people living for the ceremony, this ruins are handed down terrifying stories, most of all the ghosts of young girls.
Danvers State Hospital – Arkham Prototype prototype
The Denvers State Hospital for Mental Crime has been the inspiration for many horror works throughout history. The classic gothic design of this place was used as the basis for the construction of Arkham Injury Center by H.P. Lovecraft (Batman stole this idea) and set the scene of the famous horror film “Session 9”.
The hospital was built in the late 19th century, an ambitious and expensive project at a time when America was still suffering from the costs of the Civil War. However, it was designed with a good purpose of focusing on treating mental patients rather than controlling and imprisoning them. Although its outward appearance is somewhat haunting by its gothic style, the interior is completely bright and airy.
However, things started to get worse since the 20s and 30s of the last century, when the hospital was cut aid, plus overloaded patients, leading to serious degradation. Every day 2,500 patients crowded in a hospital with a maximum capacity of 600 people, overloading the staff and becoming cruel, using extreme measures to control patients such as lobar surgery. brain, solitary confinement, or electric shock …
By the end of the 1960s, some parts of the hospital were so degraded that they almost crumbled, and the hospital finally closed in 1985.