Hell, much like heaven, exists on earth and this only exists in the eye of the beholder, as many would say. Nevertheless, there are some pretty creepy and eerie places around the world that many tried to discover, few succeeded and some failed, but most try to keep away. It’s like nature is trying to counterbalance the beauty and serenity of some places with the monstrosity of others.
Madidi National park, Bolivia, is home to the most poisonous and aggressive fauna, abounding in violent wild pigs, flies that lay larvae in human flesh, moths causing rashes, parasitic worms and fungi, flesh-eating maggots
The Gomantong Caves is a network of caves in Malaysia, harboring about 2 million examples of bats. The creepy and disgusting aspect about this place is that being in a confined area, these bats produce large amounts of gua
Blue Lake, Russia is a karst lake, having no visible stream running to or away from it, thought to be fed and drained by a series of underwater caverns and passages. Due to this structure, the hydrogen sulfide-abundant lak
Perito Moreno glacier, part of the Patagonian Ice field, stretching from Argentina to Chile, is a creepy, solitude wasteland of snow, ice peaks and deep ravines.
Some of the most intricate and dangerous natural places on Earth, the Tsingy de Bemaraha National park in Madagascar is an absolutely creepy place with an abundance of needle-like and sharp rock spires of up to 120 meters
Located at the base of Mt. Namafjall, Namaskaro is a barren, unsettling volcanic region that seems to belong to another world, which is why it is also believed to be the “Gateway to Valhalla”.
The Hodge Close Quarry is a quite frightening place in the UK used as a diving spot. This old slate quarry is made up of a network of caves that can only be reached from outside though underwater passages. A few people los
The Afar Depression, in Eastern Africa is a highly unstable area given that it is situated above the place where two tectonic plates meet. Aside from regular earthquakes, the mid-ocean ridge is visible on dry land.
The Door to Hell, Derweze, Turkmenistan is literally an infernal place, the 70-meter wide hole in the earth burning continuously for 42 years since it was lit by geologists in an attempt to eliminate the dangerous gases co
Truk Lagoon, off the coast of Micronesia is one of the largest ship graveyards in the world, still harboring unused bombs, supplies and human skeletons which make it one of the eeriest places that exist.