The world is full of the most bizarre and the weirdest things. Who knows it better than us infact, right? From unusual cults to odd traditions, weird looking animals and creatures to wacky human creations, there is an unending list of the strangest things that remain hidden in the farthest corners of the world. Giving you a glimpse of such out of the ordinary world of dead and live, we are here yet again to take you for a tour to top five worst places in the world, that will undoubtedly take you by surprise and may be sometimes horror!
Truk Lagoon in Micronesia
The mysterious Ghost Fleet of Truk Lagoon has always been favorite amongst the explorers and divers. There lay dead the Japanese naval fleet and debris of their naval vessels and aircraft-carriers that drowned in 1944. While swimming through the wrecks, one can spot gas masks, sake cups, and the odd human remains. For almost 25 years no one was allowed to dive here as the area quietly conceals thousands of unexploded bombs.
Museum of Medical History Myuttera, Philadelphia
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Like watching creepy skeletons and bones hanging off from cupboards and shelves? Museum of Medical History Myuttera is just the perfect place. The Mütter Museum is a collection of pathological specimens, antique medical equipments and biological exhibits. This museum is famous for its vast collection of skulls and unique displays like a female corpse, which turned into a soap in the land where she was buried, Siamese twins with combined liver , celebrity body parts and all kind of eerie things.
Manchac Swamp in Louisiana
Known as the haunted swamps, Manchac Swamp in Louisiana is said to be cursed by a woodoo queen when she was take a prisoner in the beginning of the 20th century. This resulted in disappearance of three hamlets in a hurricane in 1915. The place is only visited by few tourists that float in their torch boats under the shady and quite scary looking ancient Cyprus tress and their hanging long threading moss.
Parisian Catacombs, France
The Parisian Catacombs are a famous underground ossuary in Paris, France with bones and skulls placed on both sides of the ling corridor as the goods in stock. The walls of the long stretch that measures about 187 kilometers under the whole city, narrate the stories of the Great French Revolution. The air here is dry and has only a subtle hint of decay. It is said that the closed areas are patrolled by the special legendary underground police, though most likely the legions of the dead or vampires that although haven’t been seen by any.
Chernobyl in the Ukraine
The abandoned town of Pripyat in northern Ukraine, Kiev Oblast was founded in 1970 to house the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant workers. The Chernobyl tragedy that struck the city in 1986 was the worst power plant disaster in history that released severe radioactivity into the environment following a massive power excursion which destroyed the reactor. Scattered toys and utensils, opened apartments and swing still creaking with the wind all make the city look creepy and dead.