1. The Catacombs – Paris, France
This is a network of old quarry tunnels beneath the city and the final resting place of around six million Parisians. Most are anonymous, taken from the city’s overcrowded graveyards in former centuries. Now, tourists can walk through the creepy underground graveyard.
2. Hoia Baciu Forest – Romania
This forest is known as the “Bermuda Triangle” of Romania. Multiple people have gone missing in it,and many people have even spotted UFOs.
3. The Door to Hell – Turkmenistan
This terrifying spot was once a gas field, but the Soviets set it on fire. The fire has been burning for over 40 years, and shows real signs of stopping.
4. Thor’s Well – Oregon, USA
Also known as Spouting Horn, the surf in this area rushes int a sink hole and then shoots upwards with tremendous force.
5. Island of the Dolls – Xochimilco, Mexico
According to local legend, a girl died in the canals surrounding this island. After her death, dolls began to wash onto its shores. The island’s only resident took to hanging the dolls in honor of the dead little girl.
6. The Nazca Lines – Peru
The animal figures and geometric shapes in this stone are quite mysterious. They are visible only from the air, and each shape was drawn in a single, continuous line.
7. The Bermuda Triangle – Atlantic Ocean
This infamous site, which includes about 500,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean, is known for its mysterious shipwrecks, conspiracy theories, and sailors and pilots disappearing without a trace.
8. Varosha – Cyprus
Varosha is a completely uninhabited resort city on Cyprus’ coast. Varosha was quickly evacuated after the Turkish invasion. It looks like a bustling coastal town from a distance, but up close, it’s completely deserted and silent.
9. Jacob’s Well – Texas
This natural spring is over 100 feet deep, and despite its jagged rocks, is a popular place for swimmers and divers.
10. Akodessewa Fetish Market – Togo
Shrunken heads, skulls, and flesh are all wares sold at this market. These are supplies used by those who practice the indigenous religions of the country.