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Haunted Former Prison: Romaneenart Park Bangkok

Romaneenart Park Romaneenart Park is a green metropolis within the fast-paced city of Bangkok, Thailand. Dotted with picturesque water features, gardens and leisure equipment the park manages to draw large crowds daily. What this park hides in plain sight is strangely macabre, yet equally interesting. Romaneenart Park is actually built into and ...
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The Terrors of Blood Street: Blutgasse Vienna, Austria

Blutgasse, Vienna Blutgasse is a rather unsuspecting narrow pedestrian walkway in the heart of Vienna, Austria. Its name directly translates to English as Blood Street. This is for the vast amount of human blood, which once flowed freely through the grooves of the alley's cobblestone flooring. Though Blutgasse is fairly ...
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Most Haunted Mansion in Malaysia: Bukit Tunku

Bukit Tunku Haunted House Tucked away secretively in the deep jungles of Kuala Lumpur’s most prestigious neighborhood, is a dark and mysterious ruin. Widely spoken of as one of the most haunted places in Malaysia, this ghostly beauty remains a hidden secret. It is evidently rarely visited due to its ...
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6 Scariest Places in Milan: Haunted Italy

The Scary Side of Milan, Italy Milan is one of the most picturesque cities Europe has to offer. Though its cafe-lined streets and striking architecture paint a welcoming scene for visitors, there is a darker side to the city to be discovered. Milan is a place where churches are filled ...
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Is the Baiyoke Sky Hotel in Bangkok Really Haunted?

Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok The Baiyoke Sky Hotel is one of the tallest, busiest and most visited hotels in the city of Bangkok. It towers over much of the city at 88 stories or 309 meters. It contains hundreds of rooms and different attractions that keep tourists flocking through its ...
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10 Most Haunted Places in Las Vegas, Nevada

Haunted Las Vegas Whilst Las Vegas is commonly referred to as Sin City, it could also double as a city of ghosts. Many people make the pilgrimage to Vegas with the intention of trying their luck with gambling, seeing a show, engaging in debauchery or sometimes far more sinister deeds ...
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Haunted Brasov, Romania: Catacombs and the Black Church

Haunted Brasov, Romania Brasov hides cloaked in the tranquil safety of the Carpathian Mountains, an ode to Transylvania’s great and historical past. With sweeping mountain views, cobblestone streets and red roofed historic buildings lining every street, Brasov is a romantic city for any lover of medieval era Europe. Although the ...
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Holkar Bridge: Haunted Pune, India

Holkar Bridge of Pune, India Connecting the outskirts of Pune, India is a bridge with as much history as it has legends. Whilst many people travel this route frequently, not even considering the reputation of Holkar Bridge, there are many more who avoid the bridge completely, especially if night has ...
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Ghost of The Old Clark Airbase Hospital, Philippines

Clark Airbase Hospital A dark concrete shell of a place many suffered and died, remains in the Philippines as an omen to darker sides of history. The Old Clark Airbase Hospital continues to sit in a quickly developing modern-day Filipino city. Parts of the building are barely standing and it ...
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Binh Hung Hoa: Haunted Cemetery in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Binh Hung Hoa Cemetery The Binh Hung Hoa Cemetery is one of the largest within Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It has encountered many issues during its lifetime. These are primarily caused due to existing on the outskirts of a huge city, which is constantly expanding and struggling to contain ...
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The Most Haunted Places in Rome, Italy

Haunted Rome Rome is one of the oldest and most historic cities in Italy and the world. Though they are a far cry from the modern buildings that now blanket the city, the ruins that have remained at every corner give clues to Rome’s fascinating and grandiose past. These stone ...
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Palace of Versailles: Royal Haunt of France

The Palace of Versailles The year is 1789. Civil unrest has been brewing in Paris, France for some time. Life has been tough for the common folk. Disease and starvation have taken a toll upon the nation. The frivolous and excessive spending of the country’s royal family has encouraged rage, ...
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