Farina: South Australian Ghost Town

South Australia, Australia

Sitting in the vast, forgotten land of outback South Australia are traces left behind from a struggling community. Farina is a former farming and mining community turned ghost town, complete with a cemetery that details how harsh life in town must have been. The town of Farina dates back to 1878 when it was founded by farmers. The land was believed to be fertile since heavy rains had just passed through the region. This was […]

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Laperal White House: Baguio’s Haunted House

Baguio, Philippines

Ask anyone local to Baguio city about ghosts and one notorious house will creep into the conversation. Known locally as the Laperal White House, this place has gained a reputation for striking fear into the hearts of many. Its existence came about during the 1920s when a well-to-do family decided to build a summer getaway house. The Laperal’s set their sights on Baguio, being the Philippine’s premium Summer getaway, and constructed a majestic pure white […]

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Haunted and Abandoned School: Danau Perdana

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur is a pristine city tainted by a dangerous eyesore that was once a place of learning. The former Danua Perdana School is today closed off, surrounded by a protective fence displaying warnings to those who dare enter. The structural integrity of this abandoned former school is questionable, yet it is the ghostly legends that surround the building which really strike fear into the hearts of many. The SK Danau Perdana was closed down […]

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Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal: Haunted Ruin in Delhi, India

Delhi, India

Lying in a part of Delhi, notably slower paced from the speeding city around it, is a notorious ruin. The Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal is a 14th century abandoned hunting lodge that was constructed by royalty. Today it is engulfed by a serene parkland, though many years ago it was surrounded by a dense forest plentiful in-game and ideal for royal hunting expeditions. The fortress is believed to have been built by King Tughlaq, though […]

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Changi Beach: Massacre, Executions and Haunting

Singapore, Singapore

Changi Beach is an idyllic stretch of white sand, clear water and is dotted with palm trees. While its appearance looks pristine and inviting, its history tells a different story. WWII lead to Singapore becoming occupied by the Japanese. The war was to trigger many terrible events including the Sook Ching Massacre, which was arguably one of the most heinous to occur in Singapore. The name of this massacre literally translates to ‘cleansing purge’ and […]

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Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum: Closes Devil’s Rocking Chair Exhibit

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Zak Bagans, star and host of Ghost Adventures, is a well known figure within the paranormal community. He has had an illustrious career and investigated many of the most haunted places and objects from around the world. Having been a life long devotee to the unexplained, Bagans has accumulated a vast collection  of artifacts that are said to be cursed, haunted or linked to many darkly disturbing events throughout history. These artifacts are today displayed […]

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