Scary and abandoned places that you might not know about
When watching horror movies, we sometimes wonder what we would do if we woke up in one of these abandoned and not pleasant places. Some of the abandoned and eerie places you may come across are just like these shots. We draw your attention to the list of the most terrible and abandoned places in the world, about which you might not know
The old Jewish cemetery in Prague.
This cemetery as early as the 15th century was overcrowded and the dead were buried in layers. There are about 12,000 tombstones in the cemetery and about 90,000 graves are under the ground.
Crosses Mount, Lithuania.
Despite the fact that this place gathers pilgrims from all around the world, it looks creepy, especially at night. There are about 100,000 crosses can be counted at the cemetery.
This metro station was closed in 1945. This place is considered one of the most creepy in New York.
Abandoned subway tunnel in Kiev.
The map will not help you out in Kiev, if you want to find this place. Only the professional diggers can guide you through abandoned tunnels.
Sun Zhi, Taiwan
These beautiful colorful houses in San Ji were intended for the residence of US military agents. However, the city was closed in 1980 and the project fro building houses was frozen.
Hashima Island, Japan.
Hashima Island or Ghost Island looks like a zombie camp. The island lived in coal mining, but as soon as the industry collapsed people were forced to leave this place.
Ruins of the Kingdom of Gulliver, Japan.v This theme park was opened in 1997 to be abandoned 10 years later.
The abandoned military hospital in Beelitz, Germany.v Beelitz-Heilstätten is a hospital complex in Beelitz, which remains one of the most mysterious historical medical institutions. It was this very hospital that Adolf Hitler was treated in.
825GTS object: an Abandoned submarine base in Balaklava, Ukraine.
This abandoned submarine base in Ukraine was one of the most top-secret facilities of the Soviet Union. At present, the base has become a museum.
Salto Hotel, Colombia. Look at this frightening place. Fog, green moss, an old abandoned building that does not look like a hotel. Nevertheless, this former hotel was closed in the early 90's and became a museum in 2012.