We asked the BuzzFeed Community for the creepiest little-known places in the world. Here are the spooky results.
1. Hotel Provincial — New Orleans
2. Hoia Baciu Forest — Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Most people call it 'The Creepiest Forest In The World' because of its strange-looking trees, stories of UFOs, and the ghosts of peasants who are believed to lurk and protect their land. Good luck going in at night.
—Debra Ann, Facebook
3. Ted Bundy's Cellar — Salt Lake City
4. Pluckley Village — Ashford District, Kent, England
5. Shanghai Tunnels — Portland, Oregon
6. Craigmiles Mausoleum — Cleveland, Tennessee
"It was built for a prominent Cleveland family's 7-year-old daughter when she passed away. There's a spot on the marble archway that's a very dark red color. The rest of the marble is white. They've cleaned, refinished, and replaced the marble, but the mark always comes back in the same spot."
7. Lawang Sewu — Semarang, Java, Indonesia
"Lawang sewu means 'a thousand doors,' and the place has SO many doors. Today, the building has no function except for tourist visits. Supposedly the ghosts haunting and protecting the building are a Dutch woman who committed suicide years ago, and a 'vampiric manifestation' of a woman who died in childbirth."
8. Beverly Hills Supper Club Site — Southgate, Kentucky
9. Palace Theatre — Canton, Ohio
10. Monroe Woods near the Snohomish River — Monroe, Washington
11. The Harmony Inn — Harmony, Pennsylvania
"Visitors and people who work here say this place is definitely haunted. A few friends and I went one day, and walking around felt ominous. We saw someone waving to us from the top window, which was pretty cool at first, until we realized the upstairs was locked off and no one was allowed up there."
12. Intermountain Indian School — Brigham City, Utah
"It was first built in '42 as the Bushnell Army Hospital, closed, and reopened to house and teach Native American kids who'd been taken from their families in order to 'civilize' them. The school was shut down in 1984 after horrible stories of mistreatment toward the students, but the buildings remained, abandoned and damaged over the years by graffiti and followers of the occult."
13. Myrtle Hill Cemetery — Memphis, Michigan
"There's a cemetery located near the edge of Memphis that's said to be haunted, specifically near something called the 'Witch's Ball.' I've had friends tells me they've seen faces in the reflection of the ball, and others claim it's rotated on its own. Different paranormal teams have also investigated the ball and been spooked."
14. Bull Street Asylum — Columbia, South Carolina
"It's a massive and mostly-abandoned asylum, famous for being creepy and dauntingly huge. In the early 1900s it was overpopulated and understaffed, with many reports of patient mistreatment. My friends and I visited once and found a building and found lab coats, patient files, and old letters to patients' families. It definitely lives up to its hype."
15. Choughs Hotel — Chard, Somerset, England
A huge fire took many buildings in Chard in 1578, but the Choughs pub remained, and as a result, many spirits lurk in and around the pub. There's also a tunnel that runs under the hotel that's part of the Chard Caves, where people supposedly used to hold satanic rituals at its entrance.
16. Third Bridge/Ghost Bridge — Aurora, Colorado
17. Glensheen Mansion — Duluth, Minnesota
18. Letchworth Village — Haverstraw, New York
19. And Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones) — Évora, Portugal
It's literally a chapel decorated with real human bones that were exhumed from graves in the 1600s. It has to be at least a LITTLE haunted, because there are literally thousands of human remains in here.
—Jeanne Marie, Facebook