Before we share a list of spooky and abandoned places around the world. Let’s have a look at the quote below.
“It’s as much fun to scare as to be scared.”-Vincent PriceThe enigma of the void has always interested human beings into curiosity. This search has led us to many quarters where theories elude and spook thrives to feed thought to mind. Scared as we might get, there is no doubt as to the clutter of curiosity spook generates. If you are looking for morbid locales as spooky as the sets of an Alfred Hitchcock film, you’ve hit the jackpot. A list of the spookiest and abandoned places on earth! Not fictional film sets but real places, dead and abandoned but still breathing.
Spooky and Abandoned Places
Anderlecht Veterinary School
Take a trip to Anderlecht, Brussels where an old abandoned building that was once a veterinary school stands in morbidity. With old rusty furniture and glass jars stacked all over with questionable fluids and severed animal body parts- from brain to limbs and everything in between, Anderlecht Veterinary School is most definitely one of the spookiest places in the world.
Suburbs of Lehigh Acres, FL
The old skeletal remains of a suburban town in Leigh Acres, Florida is a vast expanse of planned and built civilization with zero human occupancy. It is now inhabited by stillness, plants, flowers and alligators. Need we say more?
The black dot in the white picture, Bhangarh in Rajasthan, India stands out amongst the rich opulent fortified towns of the Great Indian Desert. Legend has it that in the 16th century a heartbroken magician cursed the inhabitants of this village with death and it has been left barren henceforth. With only a handful of tourists allowed during the day, human infiltration at night is strictly prohibited by law. Spooky! Travel to Bhangarh, India and experience the chills.
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Beelitz Heilstatten Military Hospital
Beelitz Heilstatten Military Hospital is a former sanatorium built in the southwest of Berlin to battle the explosion of Tuberculosis in the 1800s. A hospital which later found life as a military hospital during both World Wars has seen its share of death, gloom and despair. Occupied by the erstwhile Soviet Union till the early 90’s, the Beelitz Heilstatten Military Hospital has been left absolutely abandoned ever since.