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The Haunted San Lucas Prison, Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Regardless of the crime committed, being sent to Costa Rica’s maximum-security San Lucas Prison was a death sentence for many. The poor living conditions paired with frequent and varied torture methods ensured pain and suffering for those serving time on the small, remote island. The prison was operational from 1873 through to 1991. It was built to house Costa Rica’s most fierce and feared criminals including thieves, murderers and sexual offenders. The San Lucas Prison […]

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Haunted Honduras: The San Fernando De Omoa Fortress

Omoa, Honduras

The Caribbean was once a place where piracy was rampant. Like many other small coastal ports in the area, Omoa in Honduras, suffered from the plague of piracy. The community and popular port was pillaged so often that it suffered immensely. To combat these scoundrels, a great fortress was constructed in the hopes of protecting the port. The San Fernando De Omoa Fort was built between 1756 and 1775. By the time of its completion, […]

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The Biltmore Hotel: Satanism, Murder and Ghosts in Providence

Providence, Rhode Island, USA

The Biltmore Hotel of Providence, Rhode Island is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. It has existed since 1922, featured in multiple movies and allowed the likes of Stephen King and Robert Bloch to gain inspiration for terrifying fictional accommodations such as the Overlook Hotel and the Bates Motel. Though these stories have scared many, the true story of the Biltmore Hotel’s past is far more sinister than one could imagine and has given […]

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Xunantunich: Haunted Mayan Ruins of Belize

Belize

Deep in the remote jungles of Belize, just across a clear, placid river lies an ancient ruin that was left abandoned and untouched for over 1,000 years. Xunantunich exudes mystery and is named after its ghost story, which has been told and romanticized over for centuries. One of the few, well preserved time capsules that the ancient Mayans left behind, Xunantunich has lied abandoned since around 1000 AD. It is thought that a devastating event, […]

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Most Haunted Places in Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado, USA

Denver is known for many great things. It is the bustling capital city of Colorado, rests nearby to the picturesque Rocky Mountains and contains many great museums. Taking a moment to peer through Denver’s pleasant façade reveals a number of dark locations with sinister pasts. These are the most haunted places in Denver. The Denver Public library has long been a place of education and escapism for book worms, usually seen trawling through the fiction […]

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California’s Haunted Mission San Antonio de Padua

California, USA

Just off California’s famous Highway 101 lies a historic building saved from ruin for future generations. A quick turn off the highway to follow a winding road through the Santa Lucia Mountains brings travelers to a United States Army reservation shielded by towering barbed wire fences. Resting peacefully and inconspicuously in the heart of this reserve is the Mission San Antonio de Padua. This Mission continues to run as a functional church today, but at […]

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Chichen Itza a Haunted Place of Mayan Ghosts

Yucatan, Mexico

Chichen Itza was the largest and most important Mayan city in the Mexican state of Yucatan. Parts of it date back to 800AD and show that the Mayan people occupied the city for several hundred years. Despite being long abandoned, Chichen Itza still stands in remarkable condition. The site boasts temples, pyramids, cenotes (sink holes), a great ball court, an observatory and an extensive collection of ancient ruins. For years researchers have worked to uncover […]

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Misnebalam: Haunted Ghost Town Outside Merida, Mexico

Yucatan, Mexico

Just outside the popular Mexican town of Merida, lies the ruins of a community whose mysterious disappearance gave birth to a multitude of ghost stories.  Misnebalam was once a thriving Hacienda farm, ran on the land of a wealthy man named Don Fidencio G. Márquez. This farm gave life to its community, allowing Misnebalam to prosper and grow to house almost 200 inhabitants. The rumors as to what caused Misnebalam to go from thriving town […]

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