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Here Are Europe’s Ten Scariest Spots Everyone Should Visit Once

A large portion of the human population enjoys the thrill of visiting haunted locations. Some of us, for some reason I can’t explain, seek out locatio..

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Humans have a fascination with creepy places.

For some reason I can’t explain, there are people who seek out haunted locations specifically. It’s likely due to the fact that many people are sceptical of supernatural phenomena but still interested in visiting terrifying locations. If you count yourself among these individuals and are curious as to the excitement, we have compiled a handy list to help you out.

If you happen to be a resident of Europe, you’ll appreciate how much simpler travel would be. It’s possible that some of them are even located in your own country. We have it all, from the castle that served as inspiration for Dracula to haunted houses and cemeteries full of uncovered bones. Check it out for yourself by scrolling down. No, reading about these locations in no way puts you in danger of being cursed.

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#1 The Hallstatt Bonehouse, Austria.

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When the town ran out of places to bury their dead, they built this bonehouse. To accommodate the dead, they dug a tomb. Prayers are said and the remains are decorated as visitors remember their departed loved ones.

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#2 The Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo, Italy.

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Due to the high cost, only the well-to-do can afford to have their loved ones’ remains interred here. These unusual appearances are the result of the embalming method used.

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#3 Church of Ghosts, Czech Republic.

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Artist Jakub Hadvara created this memorial in an abandoned church to remember those who had lost their lives when the building collapsed. He accomplished this by moulding plaster into ethereal statues.

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#4 Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania.

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There’s good reason why this woodland is dubbed “the most haunted” on the planet. There are numerous reports of strange phenomena, and the area is also very desolate and surrounded by natural features.

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#5 Hill of Crosses, Lithuania.

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Many people use this building as a place of worship. Every day, new crosses are added to the more than 100,000 already on this hill.

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#6 Edinburgh Castle, Scotland.

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Everyone here has probably heard of this castle. Visitors have reported hearing screams from the beyond while they were there.

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#7 Cortijo Jurado, Spain.

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Since its inception several centuries ago, this house has been rumoured to have been deserted due to the fact that its former inhabitants kidnapped young women and tortured them in the basement.

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#8 Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic.

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In addition to its more common name, “Bone Church,” this location is infamous for its extensive use of skeletal remains in its decor. Bones from people who perished in the Black Plague fill the majority of the space.

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#9 Bran Castle in Transylvania, Romania.

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Some say it actually is Dracula’s Castle, while others say it was the inspiration for the fictional castle. It’s creepy in a grandiose kind of way, no matter what the truth is.

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If you had the chance, would you go to any of these locations? Leave a comment and let us know.