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The Museum of Death, Hollywood

This stomach-churning homage to murder, dismemberment, and rigor mortis houses (among other things) a collection of serial killer artwork, photos of horrific accidents and famous crime scenes, and the guillotine-severed head of the murderous Bluebeard of Paris.

Truly Creepy: The self-guided tour takes only an hour, but the truly gore-obsessed can linger over videos of autopsies and actual death footage.

 

Creepy castle from "Edward Scissorhands" (1990)

Dianne Wiest plays a determined cosmetics saleswoman who thinks she can make a sale at the old castle on the outskirts of a quiet little suburban community. Little does she know that she's about to meet up with the castle's lone (and very special) inhabitant.

Part "Pinocchio", part "Frankenstein" with a dash of "Romeo & Juliet" thrown in, this film directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp, remains a very sweet-natured and entertaining story, recommended for all ages...

Hunedoara Castle 'Dracula's Prison"

The Castle Where Dracula Was Prisoner
Hunedoara Castle is one of the most spectacular castles in the world. It is located in the town of Hunedoara in Romania.
This 14th century gothic Hunedoara Castle is known internationally as either Hunyadi Castle or Corvin Castle.

Vlad Dracula was held as a prisoner in one of Hunedoara Castle’s cells for 7 years.