Do you believe in ghosts? If you don’t, we dare you to go spend the night at one of these incredibly haunted places from around the world.
Pripyat, Ukraine
Part of the exclusion zone after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, the city of Pripyat used to be home to 50,000 people before the disaster left it inhabitable due to radiation. Now it looks like something from a movie about the zombie apocalypse.

Willard Asylum in Willard, New York, USA
This place was built in 1869 and for over 100 years it housed up to 4,000 chronically insane patients at a time! It was finally closed in 1995 and is now abandoned and haunted by the crazy people it was once ‘home’ to. Over 50,000 patients were here in total and more than half of them died at the asylum.
As a result of so many deaths of insane people, the asylum’s abandoned morgue might be one of the creepiest places you could ever go to. Back in the day, it was said once you were admitted to Willard Asylum, you weren’t leaving it unless you’re (dead) in a box!

Six Flags Jazzland in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, it damaged this park so badly it has been left abandoned since. Some of the rides still stand, which just adds to its creepiness factor.

Canfranc International Railway Station, Spain
Opened in 1928, this international rail station used to connect France and Spain, until a train demolished a bridge on the French side in 1970 and they decided not to rebuild it. Now the massive railway station is abandoned and closed to the public. The only way to see it is with a guided tour in July and August each year. It’s a sight to see and we’re sure there are some ghosts around to creep you out!

Chateau Miranda (a.k.a. Miranda Castle or Noisy Castle) in Celles, Belgium
Used as an orphanage in World War II, it was completely abandoned in 1980 and has since developed into a very desirable location for ghost hunters to visit.

Hashima Island, Japan
Populated by over 5,000 coal miners at a time previously, this island now lies abandoned after petrol replaced coal as the main fuel source in Japan. It’s definitely a creepy place to visit.

SS America in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
You can go visit this wreck of the former United States ocean liner SS America on the beautiful island of Fuerteventura! It’s pretty damn crazy to come up on an old ass boat of this size at the beach. After 54 years of service, it wrecked here in 1994.

Christ of the Abyss in San Fruttuoso, Italy
This is a submerged statue of Jesus Christ. It was placed in the Mediterranean Sea in 1954. Imagine diving and coming across this thing. Nope!

There are also some replicas that can be found off the coast of St. George’s in Grenada and off the coast of Key Largo in Florida.

Creeped out yet? If not, you have some nerves of steel like a boss!