Ever have one of those nightmares that feels so real, you swore you were actually there? Usually, after experiencing something like that, you’ll wake up and reassure yourself that it was all just a dream. A place like that couldn’t possibly exist in real life, right? Well, you’re in for a (terrifying) treat.
Believe it or not, the places from your nightmares actually exist and they’re probably closer to home than you might think. Prepare for some serious creepiness.
This castle is rumored to be one of the most haunted places in the world. During a renovation workers discovered an oubliette, which is a dungeon that can only be accessed through a roof hatch. Inside they found three cart loads of human remains.
Cincinnati was a bustling city at the turn of the century. It was decided that the city needed a subway system. However they ran out of the money for the project as it was being built. So most of the stations and tunnels were built, but nothing was put in them.
The Overtoun Bridge has been the site of over 600 suicides since its construction. The creepy part though is that every year about 15 dogs jump to their death from the bridge. Yes, these dogs are trying to kill themselves.
This town has a twin birth rate 18 times higher than the rest of the world. No one can say for sure why that is. Locals say that the phenomenon only started when Nazi doctor Josef Mengele fled there after the war. Mengele was said to have an obsession with twins.
In 1911, Robert Scott and his team were trying to reach the South Pole. They set out from this hut, but were beaten to the pole by another team. Sadly Scott and his crew met their end trying to get back. The cold has perfectly preserved his hut and everything in it.
Each of these terrifying places must be where nightmares are born. They will haunt my dreams for days (especially the Island Of The Dolls). Don’t forget to share this post on Facebook by clicking below.