Most Terrifying Locations On Earth

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Most Terrifying Locations On Earth

Every Abandoned place has a story behind it, their are number of location on earth which are considered as the most terrifying places where something has happened in the past. Today in OddStuffMagazine we have brought such location which are haunted in their own way.
The stories behind may or may not be real but these areas are certainly considered as horrifying due to some reason. Let’s see which places have a name tag of haunted and terrifying places on earth.
Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery

Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery is a small, abandoned cemetery in Chicago. It is well-known for its haunted stories and ghost sightings. There are countless reports of glowing balls, apparitions, squeaks, moans, groans and unexplained noises. According to a legend black magic and occult rituals were practiced in and around the graveyard, hence it is believed that the ghostly powers are severe here.
Monte Cristo



Monte Cristo is a property located in the town of Junee, New South Wales. Built in 1885, this double story late Victorian manor is claimed to be Australia’s most haunted house, with reports of ghostly figures, strange lights, automatic turning on and off lights, invisible force fields, phantom sounds and animal mutilations. These are attributed to several tragic incidents in the property.
Bhangarh Fort



Bhangarh Fort is known for its ruins where nobody dares to go after dark. Archaeological Survey of India has put up a signboard here stating, “Entering Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited.” It is regarded as the most haunted place in India and people who visit this place experience anxiety and restlessness. The legend says, a tantrik cursed the palace that everybody would die in the palace and their souls will stay there for centuries without rebirth.
The Screaming Bridge



At least 36 people were reported dead on or around the Maud Hughes Road Bridge. Ghostly figures, mists, and lights have been seen, as well as black hooded figures and a phantom train. According to the legend, a man and woman were held up on top of the bridge while travelling on a car. At first the man got out to get help to save the woman but she died, later the man also died. Another story says a woman threw her baby off the bridge and then hanged herself.
Changi Beach



People complain that they hear strange crying and screaming in the area. Sometimes, the heads of the Chinese dead bodies are seen flying and headless bodies walk around the beach. The scariest thing is that the ghosts leave blood stains. During nights people observed dug holes that appear as if they were used for burying bodies. Changi Beach in reality served as a killing ground as a part of the Sook Ching massacre by the Japanese during the World War II.


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Oh wait, the screaming bridge, didn't two guys who go 'phantom train hunting' actually die on that bridge while waiting for it? Or was that a different bridge.. I wish I could remember it right, cos it was brilliantly ironic.

edit: oh wait. they were waiting for a phatom train, when a real train came along and killed em. \o/
 

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Peckerwood Hill, inmate cemetary, Huntsville Texas. You can tell by the numbers that some of these graves are pretty recent.
 

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General Sam Houston was laid to rest in Oakwood Cemetery, in Huntsville. The cemetery is also home to the once bronze statue, known to Sam Houston State University college students as “Black Jesus.”

The bronze statue of Jesus is located in the middle, on the far north edge of the cemetery. The statue is recessed into the woods a bit.

All the graves in the cemetery are laid out with the feet facing East. The family’s graves near the statue are the only ones buried with the feet facing west. The family erected the statue when their five year old son died.

The bronze statue of Jesus soon weathered and turned black. The Jesus statue is in the classic pose with the hands out stretched and palms up.

Those who visit the cemetery claim that when the sun sets in Huntsville, and no light shines through the trees onto the historic graves, the hands can be found palms down.

Oakwood Cemetery usually arranges Halloween tours for visitors and thrill seekers.

Huntsville is also home to the notorious Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Penitentiary, the Walls Unit, the oldest prison in the state, built in 1848. Criminals meet an untimely death at Texas’ execution facility.

Ghosts and unexplained noises are often spotted or heard at the original death row site, located, on the first floor of the East Building. This part of the Walls Unit has not been in use since the 1950s. The South Building, as well as the catwalk connecting the two are also said to be haunted by former inmates, who seek revenge.

From 1848 until 1923, prisoners were put to death by way of hanging at the Huntsville prison. In 1923, Texas authorized the use of the electric chair.

Many prisoners, including one of the most notorious offenders to be executed in Huntsville, Raymond Hamilton, member of the "Bonnie and Clyde" gang, were executed at the Walls Unit.

One Halloween a correctional supervisor placed a voice-activated tape recorder on the old and abandoned death row. Locals say that when he played it back later for several other correctional officers, the clanging of cell doors slamming shut and opening could be heard. According to the story, at the very end of the recording an unidentified voice could be heard saying, "Hey captain, hey captain."

© Dana Goolsby
Reporter of The Grapeland Messenger

"They shoe horses, don't they?" October 29, 2010 Column
 
Oh wait, the screaming bridge, didn't two guys who go 'phantom train hunting' actually die on that bridge while waiting for it? Or was that a different bridge.. I wish I could remember it right, cos it was brilliantly ironic.

edit: oh wait. they were waiting for a phatom train, when a real train came along and killed em. \o/
:lol: I guess even ghosts hate trainspotters
 
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