Do you suffer from insomnia or in plain simple terms, random thoughts keep you up at nights? Then the following compilation of facts will let you know how childish were your reasons earlier for being unable to sleep. Try and remember that time when you saw a horror movie at night and felt that someone is pulling your leg at midnight or 3' O clock. You might not have been able to sleep that night, today you'll be staying up all night because of the curiosity which the following facts will give rise to in your brain.
Stories of dark pasts, unsatisfied souls, and evil spirits, these creepy isolated structures are more than enough to make you crap your pants. Come along as we bring to you a compilation of 40 drop-dead creepy abandoned structures around the globe. If haunted is your kind of thrill, then these places might just become your next exploring expedition.
The southmost continent of the planet Earth - Antarctica is an ice-covered landmass located at the South Pole. The place which is virtually uninhabited has this spooky looking ship called The Mar Sem Fim frozen beneath. A Brazilian Yacht that was wrecked near Ardley Cove in Antarctica and now terrifies us by just looking at its picture.
In 1882, this used to be the largest sugar refinery in the world. But in 2000, the refinery witnessed the longest labor strike in the history of New York City. As a result, it stopped operating after running for 148 years.
These were constructed to provide protection against the German air or naval raids during World War II.
This house was what was the last of the remains of Holland Island before it too collapsed in 2010.
Pripyat remains as a radioactive ghost city haunted by the nightmares of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster of 1986.
This once flourishing settlement in Namibia was left deserted in the1950s and is now only visited by photographers and explorers.
This architectural marvel that has an eerie feel to it was left deserted after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.
This castle was built with an intention of hiding by French aristocrats who were trying to escape the revolution. Because of its past, this haunting castle remains a favorite ghost hunting destination among people who visit it.
This picture gave me chills!
This park was inspired by Disneyland and opened in 1961.
Looks similar to those in the ghost movies!
These alien-looking structures were built with the purpose to serve as a holiday destination for the U.S. military officers. However the building shut down in 1980 because of losses in investments and dreadful car accidents.
The Jet Star Rollercoaster is yet another victim of the superstorm Sandy that hit in 2013.
This hauntingly beautiful floating forest sets an example of nature's struggle for survival.
Built in 1981, these structures were the holiday home of oil producer Bob Lee before falling into despair. Even today, their fate is still uncertain.
The New Bedford Orpheum is an old theater located in Massachusetts, due to reasons it had to be shut down in 1959.
This station was left abandoned because of continued disputes between Georgia and Russia.
This spooky image is of a military hospital that was abandoned shortly after the Soviets left the hospital in 1995. It had also helped Adolf Hitler recover from a leg wound that he incurred at the Battle of Somme fought in 1916.
The Hotel De Salto opened in 1928, to serve tourists who came to admire the 157 meter-tall Tequendama waterfall. This place is believed to be haunted which is what's making it even more spooky.
This image is of an abandoned subway tunnel from a metro system underneath the city of Kiev, Ukraine.
This submarine base serves as a national naval museum booming with unknown and undiscovered secrets.
The place is very spooky which makes this haunted place ideal for thrill seekers.
Clothes still remain hanging from the ceiling of the mine.
This amazing city trapped underwater is 1341 years old and known by the name of Shicheng, or Lion City.
The mighty SS American Star that was wrecked in a severe storm in Playa de Garcey.
Staircase in an old abandoned factory in Italy.
This forgotten hallway reminds me scenes from haunted movies.
This is a beautiful yet haunted abandoned subway stop in New York.
This submarine base in Russia is an enormous building scoured by ocean tides and haunted by hulking machines, slowly corroding into rust.
This reflecting pool covered in moss is an abandoned estate in Florida.
This vending machine was left abandoned in a rice field in Fukushima following the catastrophic tsunami of 2011.
The mining track itself has an uncanny haunted vibe to it.
If the nuclear reactor itself isn't scary enough, the footprints do the needful.
These walls were once one of the most modern prisons in the US. I wonder what deep secrets and stories these walls might be hiding.
It is cold, it is spooky, and it is also abandoned.
Located in Italy, this mill was left abandoned due to geographical issues. Its surroundings make it even more desolated and spooky.
50,000 patients admitted to the asylum died within its walls. Needless to say, it is one of the creepiest places you could possibly imagine.
This room could make anyone scream with fright.
Along with its deserted surroundings, the light rays make it look haunted as ever.
These are the worn out remains of a cooling tower in an old power station in Monceau, Belgium.