The Ten Creepiest Places On Earth Quiz
From a suicidal forest in Japan to a cave full of fresh corpses , better check what you know! 10 Questions.
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Aokigahara Forest , Japan : Japan's ''Demon Forest'' is the site of ''what'' confirmed suicides in the last 60 years , this dangerous terrain has over 200 caves to fall into and is full of corpses?
Lome Bazaar , Togo : a busy market specializing in ''what'' supplies , you can buy practically every animal's skull , in different states of decay?
Ghost City of Fengdu , China : 2,000 year old site where spirits travel to the underworld , holds the ''Ghost ''what'' '' Statue , the largest on rock structure in the World , being 138 metres high?
Isla De Las Munecas , Mexico : it has a shrine to a girl which drowned in the lake , South of the ''what'' , now inhabited by hanging dolls , which apparently whisper in the night?
Hellingly Hospital , United Kingdom : home to 1000 patients , this English psychiatric hospital now lies empty and gutted , this massive facility now attracts ''what'' , adding the macabre feel?
Takakanonuma Greenland Park , Japan : North of Tokyo is a massive ''what'' from the 1970's , lying abandoned it became reclaimed by the forest?
Poveglia Island , Italy : it was used to isolate thousands of plague victims , during the Black Death , a mental hospital was also there , where a ''what'' went mad and slaughtered all his patients?
Hill Of Crosses , Lithuania : home to around 200,000 different crucifixes , this famous ''what'' site has an unnatural feel to it?
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum , Cambodia : site of the infamous Security Prison 21 during the ''what'' Rouge Regime , the cells of the 20,000 killed there remain , as well as the torture devices?
Paris Catacombs , France : a dark , dank , 322 km network of echoing tunnels and ''what'' filled with bones of the dead , illegal to explore , as it is very easy to get lost and fall down holes too?
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