The Haunted Malinta Tunnel: War and Ghosts in the

Corregidor Island, Philippines

Corregidor Island sits off the coast of the Philippines and was a strategic place to hold during WWII. The island was seen as the key to Manila, sitting just within its bay. Resultedly it was fought over by both the US and Japanese military, who both managed to secure the island at differing times. Being a place that was so brutally ravaged by war, Corregidor Island saw mass amounts of bloodshed and death. The island […]

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Sydney’s Haunted Quarantine Station: Ghosts of Q Station

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

To this day one of the best views along Sydney’s coastline resides at its old Quarantine Station, today known simply as Q Station. This view was quite literally one that many people died for. The harsh history engrained in the many buildings that encompass Q Station have allowed it to gain infamy and earn the title of being the most haunted place in Sydney. The Q Station is situated on the North Head of Sydney […]

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Old Diplomat Hotel: Most Haunted Place in Baguio

Baguio, Philippines

A haunting and notorious reminder to the dark past that once shrouded the Philippines exists in the form of the Old Diplomat Hotel. This domineering building stands proud as the former Dominican Hill Retreat House, built back in 1913. It was constructed as a place of peace for local friars and nuns to inhabit, but it was destined to become something truly evil. WWII saw the Japanese invade the Philippines and seize Baguio from the […]

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Dracula’s Ghost: Where Does Vlad Tepes Haunt?

Romania

Dracula is one of the most recognizable horror icons and has grown in popularity since he first appeared in Bram Stoker’s famed novel ‘Dracula.’ Although Dracula is a fictional character, it is said that his origins may have been forged in some bloody truth. Dracula was supposedly inspired by the real-life historical warlord Vlad Tepes, or Vlad the Impaler. Vlad was born in the Transylvanian town of Sighisoara sometime between 1428 and 1431. He was born […]

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Paris Catacombs: Illegal Tunnels vs Tourist Attraction

Paris, France

Deep beneath the romantic streets of Paris lie dark secrets and death. Long abandoned, ancient mining tunnels, stuffed with the skeletal remains of around 6 million dead people span for kilometers under Paris. These ghoulish, bone-ridden tunnels form the Paris Catacombs and allegedly contain the Gates to Hell. The Paris Catacombs came to be after disease and many other misfortunes ravaged 17th century Paris. This inundated the growing city with human corpses. After the cemeteries […]

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Crag Hotel: Abandoned Film Set in Penang

Penang, Malaysia

Towering over Malaysia on a side of Penang Hill which is rarely visited, sits a withering set of buildings linked to a very rich history. Some of these buildings date back to the late 1800s and have served many functions throughout their lives including a hotel, private residence, a school and even a film set. The site, which is best known as the Crag Hotel, is well hidden and difficult to access due to stray […]

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