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In the world there are places of all kinds, both inspiring and frightening, both beautiful and terrifying. In this article we will make a small list of the most terrifying places in the world, not so much in the sense that they produce fear of being there, but because of all the precedents they have.
The Bermuda Triangle
A place that is located in the Atlantic, between the islands of Puerto Rico, Bermuda and Fort Lauderdale. This site became very famous thanks to journalistic reports about the fearsome place. Terrible because there, in the last 100 years, approximately 50 boats and two dozen planes have disappeared without leaving any trace. One of the most surprising cases happened in 1945 when five US Navy bombers disappeared.
The tower of London
It is another of the places that most frightens its visitors. In this place many people were killed, such as Thomas More and Anne Boleyn. Those who dare to visit it, claim to perceive paranormal phenomena and ghostly presences.
The Colosseum in Rome
It is one of the most touristic places in the world, but at the same time one of the most chilling because of all the bloody and horrific events that took place there. According to the calculations, more than a million people perished in this place in tragic and horrifying ways.
The castle of Dracula
The castle of Dracula is located in Romania. Thanks to the Bram Stoker film and all the famous stories of Drákula, it is also very touristy. According to the story, this castle was really inhabited by a subject named Vlad Dracula, and he tortured the Turks there. When they took revenge, Dracula’s son died because his father dropped him from his arms and his wife decided to commit suicide in the palace, for the pain of losing her son.
The abandoned city of Pripyat
It is located in Ukraine. A place of terror and desolation where virtually no one lives after the evacuation due to the Chernobyl nuclear accident.
August 26, 2020