Be prepared to witness long forgotten places that will scare you out of mind. We have collected and brought some of the scariest abandoned places from across the world. Sit back and enjoy.
There was a time when almost tens of thousands of people were living in this city. It was the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster in 1986, which led to the mass exodus. People left the place leaving everything behind. Now, this place is popularly known as a Ghost town. It has everything from school to houses, parks and many others, decaying alone.
Abandoned Railway Station in Georgia
It is abandoned but still beautiful. Situated in the Sukhumi, Abkhazia, Georgia, this railway station was beautifully crafted during the USSR period. And when USSR collapsed, the railway line from Abkhazia to Russia was disconnected. This left this place completely forgotten. Since then, this place is nurturing without any human. There are peace and mother nature everywhere (a perfect place for someone who wants to be alone for a few hours). However, things do not end here, there are numerous terrifying tales about this place, you better not go there on your own unless you have a strong heart or you not believe in such stuff.
Temple of Santiago
This place was not as forgotten as the way the above places were. It emerged from the water when drought hit in Southern Mexico. This temple has been resting under the 100 feet water since 1966 when Nezahualcoyotl Dam came to exist. The church was built in 1564 in the motive that it would become a population center, but unfortunately, it never happened. It could have not any dedicated priest. In addition, in 1773 when the plague devastated this place was left abandoned.
This whole village was used be houses of more than 2000 people, but now the only a handful of people left with numerous abandoned houses. The place is for those who willing to seek tranquility, it welcomes few visitors in the morning but at night it becomes completely creepy. Gougi Island predicts how the earth would look like without any human.
Six Flags New Orleans
When Hurricane Katrina struck the New Orland, it also affected this 140 acres theme park, which was permanently closed on 21 August 2005 and completely forgotten ever since. After the hurricane, the place submerged in 7 feet water, and the salt water rotted most of the rides, which are dangerous to ride on. However, for people like us, it is fascinating. The complete silence, ruins, and a story of its past make much more thrilling than visiting somewhere else in the crowd.