The five ghost towns you absolutely dare to go visit!
Whether you believe it or not in ghosts, there is indeed a place on Earth where you cannot even stay for a night. Some places are world-renowned for their beautiful scenery, but these places are world-famous for their mysteries, surprises, and tragedies. They can definitely be called "land of ghosts and haunts."
TOP 5 - Bodie State Historic Park
In the 1970s and 1980s, due to the gold deposits in the mountains along Lake Mona, California’s Bodie flourished and had a population of 10,000 people. However, the exhaustion of resources has caused a fatal blow to Burdy. No other industry-supported townspeople leave this place to find another way. The emperor who went to empty space still had the imprint of the residents' lives, especially the empty houses and sounding furnishings in bad weather, making people shudder.
Today, the area where Bodi was transformed into a national park was maintained with a concept of “suppression of decomposition”. Only a small part of the town is preserved. Visitors can walk on abandoned streets and walk into untouched interiors to experience the former glory of the town. Berdy is open all year round, but the road leading to the town is blocked during heavy snowfall in winter, so the most suitable summer season is in the summer.
TOP 4 - Taiwan Sanzhi district
There are a lot of haunted rumors in the Sanzhi district, which is located in northern Taiwan, and there are rusting UFO houses everywhere. This was originally a luxury resort for the wealthy, but there have been many mysterious accidental deaths during construction and the project has been crushed. Afterwards, the truth was overshadowed. The government that commissioned the project first sought to make clear relations with these strange things. More and more haunting rumors were being made. There has been no resumption of construction here. Of course, most of the news came from the local people, but surprisingly, they did not even dare to go there.
TOP 3 - Italy Craco
Craco is located in Basilicata, in the foot of Italy. This medieval town is a typical example of this township. It is surrounded by rolling hills and suitable for growing wheat and other crops. Later, the harsh agricultural environment and natural disasters such as landslides, earthquakes, and floods caused the people in the towns to become desperate on several occasions. The last residents between 1892 and 1922 also flew away, and became abandoned empty cities, letting natural invasions occur.
The Craco ghost town is often described as the world's most beautiful "ghost town", this style of construction is to allow residents at the time to see the land around them at any time. Such a beautiful and unique landscape makes the Craco ghost town a place for many movies, including the famous "The Passion of the Christ" and "The Quantum Crisis."
TOP 2 - Czech Republic Sedlec
A church in the Czech town of Sedlec is called the “holy land” of the dead. It is known worldwide for its decoration with tens of thousands of human bones. This is Sedlec Ossuary. This creepy decoration is a masterpiece of the Czech woodcarver Entertainer Fratticek Lint. After people in the 13th century had spewed mud from the holy land of Jerusalem around the church, people all over Europe considered it as the best place to die afterwards. Cedleke is famous for it. The size of the cemetery has continued to expand. This situation continued until 1870. . That year, the church’s pastor finally decided to build a chapel to house the remains that had been deserted for more than a century.
Today, as soon as we enter the Sedlec Church, we are faced with an extremely horrible bone chandelier and an altar made up of four small minarets. At the entrance, we use a human skull to make a coat of arms. The altar is made up of human bones of different sizes and the pattern is inlaid with ribs. In the church, decorations such as crosses, crowns, and vertical straps can be seen everywhere, all made up of bones from various parts. Although the church is a famous tourist attraction, it takes a lot of courage to walk in here!
TOP 1 - Ukraine Pripyat
If you think that a deserted city that is silent and subject to radiation exists only in video games, then you are wrong! Pripyat was built in the 1970s and its population once reached 50,000. Workers and scientists working at the Chernobyl nuclear power station live here. According to the official records of the Soviet Union, in 1986, the reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant suffered a glitch. For security reasons, Pripyat and all residents of the city had to evacuate.
Since then, Pripyat has become a desolate place, and buildings are slowly being eroded and no one cares. Today, when you see baby shoes and discarded toys everywhere on the nursery, you will still be extremely sad. Since radiation levels have been significantly reduced over the decades, this has been open to the public. The question is, do you dare to go?