The world’s most haunted places
Shades of Death Road, New Jersey
This is not just a nickname given by the locals; this is in fact the real name of this New Jersey road. You have all the ingredients that will make you think you are in a genuine horror movie: fog, white lights and unusual lights in the sky, no matter what part of the day it is. Story has it that during the 1990s, some visitors found some scattered photos in the woods, showing disturbing images that where blurred and hard to identify. The local police started an investigation but the remainder disappeared. Yaycks! This is giving me bad vibes; it’s safe to say MyTravelStudio will avoid this destination.
Riddle House, Florida
The Riddle House was originally a funeral parlor and was rebuilt as the South Florida fair grounds. One of the employees, Joseph, committed suicide in the attic. The weird thing is that Joseph hated men, for whatever reason and he used to display that hatred by attacking men that entered the attic. The locals say that bad things happen to men that now enter the attic and they seem to believe that Joseph’s ghost is doing all that damage. That’s the reason why men are now no longer allowed to go up there. The real question is what does Joseph have against men? And would you be brave enough to go up there? Just let that anger go Joseph, it’s not healthy!
Now this one is a really creepy story. The Stanford Road is followed by a dead end, known by as the end of the World. The story goes like this: if you get stuck at this dead end for too long the ghosts that are patrolling the woods will hunt you down. It gets even weirder; these ghosts are not the kind of people you would want to meet in a dark and foggy forest. Escaped mental patients, Ku Klux Klan members, Satanists, you will find them all. I think I’ve seen this scenario in a bad horror movie once. If you go there bring pictures. We will not be visiting this place anytime soon, that’s for sure.
The Mines of Paris
These are tunnels that run below Paris that are unpatrolled and unsafe. They say cults and creatures made these tunnels their home and will not be leaving anytime soon. But that’s not even the problem; these tunnels go for 600 km and are unmapped. Who would want to go there anyway, even if there were no spooky creatures living in these depths? But the location seems like a great set for a movie. It’s pretty hard to imagine that underneath the beautiful Paris is an entirely different and scary world, right?
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Cambodia
17.000 ghosts are apparently haunting this place and most of them are Cambodian victims, forced to confess to crimes they didn’t commit. It’s not much to say to this story; I mean I would be angry too if I was forced to confess to crimes I didn’t commit. We will leave you the ten rules all prisoners had to abide by.
1. You must answer accordingly to my question. Don’t turn them away.
2. Don’t try to hide the facts by making pretexts this and that, you are strictly prohibited to contest me.
3. Don’t be a fool for you are a chap who dare to thwart the revolution.
4. You must immediately answer my questions without wasting time to reflect.
5. Don’t tell me either about your immoralities or the essence of the revolution.
6. While getting lashes or electrification you must not cry at all.
7. Do nothing, sit still and wait for my orders. If there is no order, keep quiet. When I ask you to do something, you must do it right away without protesting.
8. Don’t make pretext about Kampuchea Krom in order to hide your secret or traitor.
9. If you don’t follow all the above rules, you shall get many lashes of electric wire.
10.If you disobey any point of my regulations you shall get either ten lashes or five shocks of electric discharge.
We left the 10 rules with the original grammatical errors, exactly as they were translated.