World's most cursed places


Auswitch

Camp of Auschwitz was the largest of the Nazi German extermination camps, along with a number of concentration camps, comprising three main camps and 40 to 50 sub-camps.
The exact number of people killed in the camps is not known, but most modern estimates are around 1.1-1.6 million.Nazi Rudolf Höß said that between 2.5 and 3 million had been killed, while Adolf Eichmann gave a figure of 2 million.
This is the world's cursed place nr.1.When came there you just can't feel normal,death you can feel in the air.Its so freaky place cant describe it better.





Mooney's Mansion

The legend of Mooney's mansion is that of a Dr. Mooney who lived with his wife and children in one of the homes high atop Walhalla sometime in the 1920s or 1950s(depending on the story teller). He allegedly killed his family with an axe. The murderous act is reenacted nightly and can be seen through the windows of Mooney's Mansion.
After going to Walhalla Road we know that the legend is laid to rest. The house is no more haunted than any other house. We did agree that all the trees around it and being on the road at night would be erie, but that's it. The house is very well maintained as are all the other houses along the road.




Carnegie Library

Back in the 1980s the library outsourced the building cleaning to an independent company. Workers were in the building one night when they looked up and saw a person hovering in the north wing. The frightened workers refused to return to the library.
When the library was under construction, a tragic accident took the life of one carpenter. Those who follow the "spirit world" might say there is reason for a presence.
There have been the usual books on the floor and other unexplained happenings that served as fodder for the stories. Local merchants have held "ghost specials" and the library ghost at one time seemed to be a temporary boom for the Village of Paulding economy.
While the library was undergoing excavation for foundation water-proofing in the late 1990s, the director found a rusty old mule shoe. So maybe even now that mule is wandering around the library, looking for his missing shoe...
As of today, if there is a paranormal event or being among us, he or she has kept rather quiet. Well... almost. There was that one time when the director and the president of the Board of Trustees were walking towards the elevator. A large plant just suddenly and violently tipped to the ground. Fade to "Twilight Zone" music...


Rudolph Stepro House

After being shot in the head in battle, Rudolph Stepro could no longer deal with the agony of his life and thus committed suicide on the front porch of his farm house. Since then, the house has been plagued by strange occurrences. Among other things, water comes on by itself, the radio changes stations, and dishes fly through the air. The paranormal activity became so bad that the old house was torn down and replaced; the new house is plagued by the same spirits.




The Bush House

Many people have claimed to see the apparition of “Alice,” a young woman who hanged herself at the turn of the century when she heard that her lover was killed in a mining accident. As it turned out, her lover had not died; he came home and found her dead.A group of psychic investigators went through the place in about 2000 or there abouts and announced that it was “the most haunted place they had investigated”. In addition many former employees have stories to tell. In the past the owner seemed open to paranormal inquery of the hotel.


Scary Girl's House

It is said that many years ago, a serial rapist was running rampant through the town. Late one night a car pulled up to one female's house and started flashing the lights and honking the horn. Fearing that it was the rapist, the young lady called her boyfriend to come and protect her. Hurriedly trying to reach his love, the man was killed trying to make a sharp turn on his motorcycle. Allegedly, if one goes to the site of the girl's house and flashes his lights and honks his horn, the light of the motorcycle may be seen coming around the bend.





Hell' Bridge

The bridge has earned this name because it is said if one stops on the bridge and turns around, the road behind him looks like the fiery gates of Hell. Many years ago, a young couple lost their lives on this bridge. On a dark night, if one stops on the bridge and turns off all the lights, a member of the couple will get into the vehicle, leaving a wet spot on the seat. Hell's gate is now closed due to construction so you cant get to it from any roads that i know of. It's on the other side of the interstate from Cracker Barrel and Lonestar located on the road near the Old Davidson plantation house.



Mansion in Melrose Park

Beneath the mansion are the dungeons, dark vaults into which the light
of day never penetrates, where prisoners were confined during the Revolution.
The haunted chamber has a strange story connected with it.TO read all story click here.



Tsunami Beach Club


Built in 1866, this building was once frequented by such names as Wyatt Earp. There are said to be tunnels underneath the building, leading to other hotels in the area, allowing for either an escape, or quick getaway. The building is plagued by hissing sounds and footsteps. Many also feel as though they are constantly being watched.


Mary's House

This house, is haunted by two apparitions–Mary and her son. Sometimes Mary has been reported to be very nice; she teaches children nursery rhymes and reads them bed time stories. Other times, however, Mary is said to be very evil; she has set the house on fire at least four times. Once, she ripped a cat from a little girl’s arms and threw it down the hallway. Also in this house is one room that is freezing cold all the time. There have been reports of doors opening and closing by themselves, objects moving around, and television and radio stations changing alone.



Alcatraz

Alcatraz was a military installation established in 1850, later used as a military prison.During its 29 years of operation, the penitentiary never logged any officially successful escapes. Thirty-four prisoners were involved in fourteen attempts, two men trying twice; seven were shot and killed, two drowned, five unaccounted for, the rest recaptured. Two prisoners made it off the island but were returned, one in 1945 and one in 1962.Now Alcatraz is a turist attraction and it is said that if one sleeps in a jail cell, sometime during the night, he will hear someone banging on the cell doors when no one is there.

NOTE:some is true,some probably not,anyway Happy Haloween!!!

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

I spent a night at Alcatraz- slept in a cell and everything.
I am not one to believe in haunted places, but the wind groaned through the cell block and metal rattled all night. It sent chills down my back and kept me up until dawn.

Anonymous said...

I spent a night at Alcatraz- slept in a cell and everything.
I am not one to believe in haunted places, but the wind groaned through the cell block and metal rattled all night. It sent chills down my back and kept me up until dawn.

Anonymous said...

It would be hard to stop on Hell's Gate Bridge. It's only used by the railroads.

Still, an entertaining list.

Anonymous said...

I'd find the story about Hell Bridge a little more believable if the picture accompanying the story wasn't a pic of the Hell's Gate railroad bridge that goes from Queens NYC to The Bronx NYC. Somehow I think it very unlikely that anyone is going to park their auto on that bridge.

Anonymous said...

Where are these places? For example, there are hundreds, possibly thousands, of Carnegie Libraries all over the United States.

Anonymous said...

The if the photo used for the "Carnegie Library" looks scary, that's because it's actually a photo of the Library Room in the Haunted Mansion at Walt Disney World.

Anonymous said...

the picture of carnegie library looks like the library found on the haunted masion ride at disney.

Anonymous said...

I've visited Auschwitz in the winter and while on the bus ride in no one spoke. After our visit, I talked with a friend about his thoughts on the whole experience, and he and I had the same visuals running through our minds as we approached the camp gates...that of naked people, screaming, and running through the woods. I don't know if it is haunted or not but it is definetly an eerie place to visit especially in the middle of a Polish winter. Although it's sister camp, Birkenau could be even creeper given its sheer size, 400 acres, and is relatively intact.

Anonymous said...

In the article about the Carnegie Library, the Village of Paulding is mentioned. It's Paulding, OH. Here's their website.. http://pauldingcountylibrary.org/

Anonymous said...

hmm... no mention of the crawley mansion?

Anonymous said...

hmm... no mention of the crawley mansion?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, it would be cool if you mentioned where on earth these places are. Some are obvious, but not all of them.

Doesn't say much about Fark though either, for green lighting it.

Anonymous said...

I've visited Auschwitz in the winter and while on the bus ride in no one spoke. After our visit, I talked with a friend about his thoughts on the whole experience, and he and I had the same visuals running through our minds as we approached the camp gates...that of naked people, screaming, and running through the woods. I don't know if it is haunted or not but it is definetly an eerie place to visit especially in the middle of a Polish winter. Although it's sister camp, Birkenau could be even creeper given its sheer size, 400 acres, and is relatively intact.

Anonymous said...

Mooney Mansion is fuckin scary. Me and my family went there last night and the woods are so scary. Today we went back to the house and talked to a maintnence worker. He told us stories about the deaths. mrs mooney hung heself AND WAS NOT AXED. ITS IN COLUMBUS

Venkatesh said...

How can you leave China's Tianmen square where 1000's of young men & women were gunned down?

Anonymous said...

You need to add Bachelor's Grove cemetery outside of chicago. I went there a couple of times throughout my childhood, and that place is truly the scariest/weirdest place that I personally have ever been to.

Anonymous said...

Mooneys Mansion is true except the axe part. Mrs. mooney hung herself. You can go to the mansion and talk to the maintnence worker. They are kind of creepy though. The current owners even give tours of the mansion around halloween.

Anonymous said...

This sounds scary!!!! ;)