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This world is full of amazing places as well as creepy places. Well, today I'm not gonna talk about amazing places, as you may already know about many amazing places in the world.
Today, I'm gonna talk about the places which will give you creeps and will make you shiver. Also, about the mysteries behind these creepy places.
So, let's get ready to feel chills down your spine.
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These coffins are hanging because of their common belief - according to which, fixing the coffins to the mountain walls brings them nearer to their ancestral spirits.
Also, they wanted their corpse safe from water, rotting taking away the soil and rotting their corpses.
Anyways, I like this interesting final resting place.
This little town of Brazil with a population of 6600, has around 700 twins. Quite mysterious, right?
The walls of this chapel are completely covered in bones. Creepy, isn't it?
In the 16th century, the monks of this chapel decided to put their bones on display as the corpses in cemeteries around the chapel were exhumed. They set this place to be a reminder of death.
St. George church is full of these hooded ghosts, and they don't mind people coming to the church. Wanna know why? Because these hooded ghosts are just a spooky art installation created by Czech artist Jakub Hadrava.
It is one of the largest voodoo markets in the world. Lomé, the capital of Togo, is the best place where you can get all kinds of items needed for a ritual.
Jatinga is famous for a place for bird suicides. Thousands of birds have flown over a small strip in Jatinga to end their lives. Yeah, it may sound too illogical to be true, but it is happening from last hundred years. No explanations have been found yet.
Hoia Baciu Forest has a reputation for being outright haunted. Many people have witnessed weird paranormal activities, and many unexplained events had occurred in this forest. There were even few UFO sightings in this forest in the 1970s.