1. St. George’s Church in the Czech Republic
Abandoned ever since the 1960s, the church has long since been missing of human worshippers, but this doesn’t mean it’s empty. Ghostly covered figures line it’s own pews, a few hovering in doorways as well as in the aisles.
2. Hanging Coffins of Sagada, Philippines
Members of the Igorot tribe of Mountain Province in northern Philippines have very long done the belief of burying their dead in hanging coffins, nailed towards the side of cliff faces extremely high above the ground.
3. Hashima Island in Japan
Hashima Island, commonly called Gunkanjima, is an abandoned island lying about 15 kilometers from the city of Nagasaki, in southern Japan.
4. Island of the Dolls in Mexico
This is dedicated to the lost soul concerning a poor girl that suddenly met her fate too early due to strange circumstances. It is believed that the girl was discovered drowned in mystifying circumstances long time ago on this island and that the dolls really are controlled simply by her spirit. Nearby legend states that the dolls move their heads and arms and even opened their eyes.
5. Cambridge Military Hospital in England
This is all that remains of Britain’s once state of the art military hospital where plastic surgery was pioneered for injured WW1 troops who survived the Somme.
6. Suicide Forest in Japan
The forest is reportedly the most popular site for suicide in Japan. In the year 2003, 105 dead bodies were discoverd in the forest, well exceeding the previous record of 78 in 2002.
7. Abandoned city of Pripyat, Ukraine
This is a city housed by the families of thousands of men and women working at the nearby Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. But on 26 April 1986 devastation made an impact to when an explosion at the plant caused radiation to leak from its nuclear rector. Many have died in this misfortune and the survivors were evacuated and resettled.
8. Hill of Crosses in Lithuania
Standing upon a small hill are many hundreds of thousands of crosses that represent Christian devotion and a memorial to Lithuanian national identity. The tradition of placing crosses dates from this period and probably first arose as a symbol of Lithuanian defiance of foreign invaders.
9. The Catacombs in Paris
The Catacombs of Paris are underground mine in Paris, France which hold the remains of over six million people in a small part of the ancient Mines of Paris tunnel network.
10. Abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy