I've been to number 6. it's lovely!
For the most part, this is all superstitious crap, with an extra helping of ghosts, all treated to be fact. The one I did like, however, was the Paris Catacombs, where the fear does not come from the supernatural nature of the caves, but from the inescapable and labyrinthesque feel to it.
On earth? This is mostly places in America most people from other parts of the world never heard of and dont care about :P
Sort of interesting but the heading is misleading. What about Darfur or Somalia?
Apparently, these places aren't interesting enough on their own so you have to add paranormal shit to it.
meh...i've been to the Riddle house, and the only thing that was scary was the freaky dolls they decorated several rooms with.
Go away and die.
I don't believe in ghosts, hauntings, paranormal activity, Jesus or Santa Claus.
tongue in cheek or bullshit?
Satanists, Ku Klux Klan members, an escaped mental patient, an abnormally large snake, and mutants caused by an alleged chemical spill proudly march in this parade. And if you stray from the roads, you may find Boston Cemetery, home to a ghostly man, grave robbers and, the quirkiest of all, a moving tree.
PLEASE stop sending me this pisspoor superstitious bullshit.
I always thought it would be kinda fun to do a little ghost hunting some day but I've not the courage to visit some of these sights. If you think you have what it takes to visit some of the most terrifying places on earth, check out this website.