Haunted Around the World

Haunted Around the World

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A continuation from Monday, October 26, 2014’s post, we are giving you photos from 10 creepy locations from all over the world. To see the full board of photos on Trover, click here.

1. Old Calton Burial Ground, Edinburgh, Scotland

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“While on a ghost tour in the cemetery, you do the math…”–Chasing Amber, Trover user

2. Prague Airport, Czech Republic

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Provided by Inna Sforzza

3. Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

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“You’ll definitely want to come here. It’s not widely publicized but it’s a place to see A LOT of dead corpses. They’ve preserved dead babies, corpses, and much much more. They’re ALL real and not mock ups. There’s another section of the museum a few blocks down in the hospital as well. That one is even less publicized. We chances upon it while exploring the hospital grounds. It has a lot of skeletons and fully preserved corpses, some taken apart for studies which are open for the public to view as well. It’s not a packed place and sometimes you’re even alone with whoever you came with so it can get pretty creepy.”–Elizabeth Ko, Trover user

4. Luna Park St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia

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“An old school theme park. Free entry to the theme park and rides are charged separately. New attraction in 2013 : 3D circus. Wear 3D glasses and walk in darkness with scary circus people.” –Elizabeth Ko, Trover user

5. Basilica Di Santa Maria In Trastevere, Rome, Italy

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“Creepy .. the whole church bleeds…”–Erik Lotu

6. Paris Catacombs, Paris, France

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“Paris catacombs is fun and a little bone chilling- a lot of tourists forget to check this out in awe if everything else!”–Amanda Cramer, Trover user

7. Sedlec Ossuary, Church of All Saints, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic

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“The center piece of the ossuary in Sedlec in the Czech Republic is a human bone chandelier containing at least one of every bone from the human body – made from multiple skeletons. Both creepy and amazing, not to be missed.”–Murray Amesbury

8. Wat Rong Khun at Chiang Rai, Pa O Don Chai, Thailand

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Provided by Scuba Mami

9. Auschwitz-Birkenau, Oswiecim, Poland

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“No more words.” –Fabio Franceschin, Trover user

10. Novo Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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“The Sarajevo tunnel was the only way food could enter and people could leave the city during its four year long siege. A private family has turned the last stretch of the tunnel into a museum, and it’s a great place to begin to understand the history of the region. Best to take a taxi or guide as few signs visitors to this important site just past the airport.”–Trav Trover, Trover user

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