Most Haunted Museum in Asia: Penang War Museum

Penang, Malaysia

Penang boasts the largest war museum in South East Asia, which also happens to be the most haunted. Given the history of this area, which is soaked in battles, torture and execution, it is easy to understand just why this is. Originally named Batu Maung Fort, this sprawling defense was built by the British in the 1930s. Its purpose was to protect trade routes, though it became something much different as WWII rolled around. Soon […]

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Ghosts of Kota’s Brijraj Bhawan Palace: Haunted India

Kota, Rajasthan, India

On the outskirts of Kota, India lies a magnificent and captivating building. The Brijraj Bhawan Palace still retains all of its former charm and glory, though it has also gained notoriety through the ghost stories that have circulated about it. The Brijraj Bhawan Palace was the home to Major Charles Burton, a British Commander, and his family. In 1857, during conflict over a rebellion, India became a dangerous place for the commander and his family. […]

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Haunted, Abandoned Military Hospital on Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island, Philippines

Corregidor Island exists just off the coast of Manila in the Philippines. It is a place of great historical significance, mostly related to WWII. The island was a strategic port that allowed those who held it to rule over Manila and thus the entire country. For that reason, it was a highly sought after base during the war and was seized by both the US and Japanese militaries at varying times. Many battles were fought […]

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The Manila Film Center Tragedy: Haunted Places of the Philippines

Manila, Philippines

The Manila Film Center was supposed to be a place of wealth, glory and fame. Today, its abandoned structure is left to crumble and its foreboding presence casts an eerie atmosphere over Manila. Though the exterior of this building is intimidating, it is the stories of death and ghosts inhabiting the film center that have formed the truly chilling reputation this building possesses. The Manila Film Center was built by a rich woman, Imelda Marcos. […]

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India’s Haunted Shaniwar Wada Fort, Pune

Pune, India

The Shaniwar Wada Fort is a historic place of politics, rulers and death that embellishes the city center of Pune, India. The imposing fort continues to stand strong after being constructed in 1732, even after a destructive fire stripped the fort of its interior palace and many other structures in 1828. Although the fort is certainly a historic destination, it is the dark side of its history that has lead to some seriously eerie ghost […]

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Amber Beacon Tower: Unsolved Murder and Ghost

Singapore, Singapore

The year is 1990. A young couple venture to the Singapore shoreline, out on a date after being an official couple for just two days. The pair stop for a short break, sitting to rest and talk upon the stairs of a now-infamous landmark, the Amber Beacon Tower. This brightly colored beacon exhumes a radiant light and makes for a convenient resting place, positioned right on the beachfront. The unsuspecting couple was to sit peacefully […]

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Singapore’s Most Haunted Cemetery: Bukit Brown’s 100 Thousand Ghosts

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore’s Bukit Brown Cemetery is a unique and beautiful location. Not only is it the resting place for over 100,000 people, nestled snugly amongst dense rainforest, it also functions as a biodiversity park. The cemetery is spread through some 233 hectares of jungle-like forest with graves dating back to 1833. There are many prominent figures from Singapore’s history buried here. These graves lie right alongside those who were poor or met unfortunate ends during WWII. […]

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Mile-long Barracks: Ghosts of Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island, Philippines

The beautiful, ghostly Mile-long Barracks rest on Corregidor Island, just off the coast of Manila in the Philippines. Though the old barracks do not stretch for a full mile (coming in at just one third) they are still an impressive sight to see. The structure is currently unsafe and has sustained extensive damage from enduring bombing during WWII. Before it was destroyed, the building functioned as housing for many soldiers and officials that were stationed […]

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