5 Places That Give People Goosebumps

#1 Hashima Island, Japan

Hashima Island is found 9 miles from Nagasaki, Japan. The island was used for coal mining until 1974. But then petroleum replaced coal throughout and Hashima was abandoned. It has been commonly referred to as “Ghost Island.” It is now partially reopened to tourists.

#2 Stull Cemetery, USA

In the early 20th century, two tragic accidents really rocked the settlement of Stull in Kansas.  First, a father accidently burned his son while burning a farm field. The second incident occurred when a man who had gone missing was found hanged on a tree. As far as the local rumor has it, Stull Cemetery is one of the 7 gateways to Hell.

#3 The Hill of Crosses, Lithuania

The Hill of Crosses had been dubbed by Pope John Paul II as a place for hope and love. This site is a popular Catholic pilgrimage site established in the 1830s. It features at least 100,000 crosses and giant crucifixes.

#4 Biosafety Level 4 Hot Labs

The viruses in Biosafety Level 4 Hot Labs carry a 90% kill rate. They are highly contagious, and could eradicate entire cities in days. No wonder these labs have the highest security level possible. This is what you call a really dangerous and creepy place.

#5 Paris Catacombs, France

Paris Catacombs contain the remains of around six million people. They are comprised of countless caverns and tunnels that extend for 170 miles beneath the city of Paris. The catacombs were widely used by the French Resistance movement during World War II. Today they are open to tourists.

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