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The world is so big, and there are always some scary and perverted places. If you are brave enough, why not come with me and see top 10 strangest places in the world.

top 10 strangest places in the world

1. American Crescent Hotel

Metamorphosis index: ★★★★★

The Crescent Inn in Gleneagles Springs, Arkansas, is a mecca for paranormal enthusiasts, but it’s actually a luxury spa resort.

What makes people feel weird is that this hotel was a cancer hospital in the 1930s. It is said that there was a particularly perverted doctor who performed various perverted experiments on patients in the name of treating and researching cancer. Travelers claimed to have seen ghostly nurses wheeling corpses through the corridors. There are also detailed descriptions of these ghosts on Wiki, including 8 people including cancer doctor Ellis, an old woman in white, and a woman who floated across the garden and landed on the balcony…

So, have these supernatural events affected the hotel’s business? Not at all, this hotel is still very hot, and “ghost tours” have become a big selling point for them. They even publish photos of ghosts taken by tourists here on their website.

2. The Witchcraft Market in Togo, West Africa

Metamorphosis index: ★★★★★

The place is filled with the corrosive smell of animals, and there are a dazzling array of furs of various animals and even human bones. This is the largest witchcraft market in the world. Wizards from all over Africa come here to find the sacrificial charms they need for their rituals, really, all kinds of weird things!

The vendors here claim to be able to solve any “unspeakable secrets” you have. Whether it’s infertility or encountering a mistress, they can help you solve it. Master, take advantage of your magical powers!

3. Isle of the dolls mexico

Metamorphosis index: ★★★★★

La Isla de las Muñecas in Mexico is a small island with many abandoned dolls.

The origin of this island: A girl accidentally drowned in the canal, and a gardener on the island named Julián Santana Barrera was troubled by the ghost of the girl. Later he found that the girl was afraid of dolls, so he He began to collect abandoned dolls and hung them all over the island, and nearby neighbors gradually took out the dolls and hung them. However, Julián Santana Barrera also drowned fifty years later in the same place where the little girl drowned.

4. Cecil hotel

Metamorphosis index: ★★★★★

This is where the Lan Keer case took place, and it is also the hotel where the famous American serial murderer once stayed. There are too many supernatural legends about this hotel, but the weird video surveillance when Lan Keer was killed is creepy. If you want to experience what it would be like to sleep with a serial killer, come here, but be sure to stay safe.

5. Czech Ossuary

Metamorphosis index: ★★★★☆

Newbies must have never imagined that there is such a weird place in the Czech Republic. This is a small Catholic church, but the artistic decorations inside are made from the bones of more than 40,000 people. The bones were those of adult men, and some had traces of nail holes and stabbings.

Where did the bones come from? ! It turns out that this place was once a famous cemetery. Believers believed that there was holy soil here, and they wanted to be buried here after death. After centuries of accumulation, there were no more layers to be buried, so a priest hired a carpenter to clean it up. Unexpectedly, The carpenter was an obsessive-compulsive artist, and he sorted the bones into categories to build such a strange church.

The dignitaries who wanted to be buried here must not have thought of it…

6. Nepal Burnt Corpse Temple

Metamorphosis index: ★★★☆☆

As a must-visit place for spiritual practice, you must know that Nepal has countless temples, large and small. And this corpse-burning temple definitely tops the list for its heavy taste.

This temple is built beside a river where people live, very close to the downtown area. Tourists can see every process of burning corpses when passing by in a tuk-tuk. The burned remains of the body were dumped into the river on the spot (the river is also responsible for the domestic water supply of the entire city).

7. Suicide Forest

Metamorphosis index: ★★★★☆

Japan’s Aokigahara, also known as the Sea of Trees, is a 35-square-kilometer forest at the foot of Mount Fuji. However, this forest is the most famous suicide forest in Japan. Many people in Japan come to this forest to commit suicide every year.

8. Iya Scarecrow Village

Metamorphosis index: ★★★☆☆

In the old days, the village was bustling with people, and chickens and dogs knew each other. But with the serious aging and the younger generation moving to the city to make a living, the population dropped sharply to 30 people, and the primary school was forced to close… A housewife in the village felt lonely, so she made Hundreds of scarecrows are placed in front of busy stations, roadsides, shop entrances, and classrooms, becoming a local scene… They look cute during the day, but they are very deadly at night.

9. Snake Island

Metamorphosis index: ★★★☆☆

This small island located off the coast of Sao Paulo State, Brazil, was once inhabited, but because it was occupied by venomous snakes (there is almost one snake every 0.8 square meters), it is currently prohibited from entering by the country and is “unfit for habitation”.

10. Türkiye’s underground cave cities

Metamorphosis index: ★★☆☆☆

This is a famous attraction in Cappadocia, Turkey. Legend has it that Christians built it here to escape the war. 20,000 people once lived in it, and it has churches, tombs, schools, and breeding farms. Think about it, 20,000 people have lived, grown old, sick and died here, so many stories must have happened.

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