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Balete Drive, Philippines


Balete Drive is a street located in New Manila, Quezon City known for apparitions of a white lady and haunted houses which were built during the Spanish Era (1800s). New Manila has an abundance of balete trees, which, according to legend, is a time honored favorite resting spot of wandering spirits and other otherworldly paranormal beings. Many believe Aswangs and their evil spooky paranormal pets live in these haunted trees, roosting and waiting for their next victim to draw near.

Aokigahara Forest, Japan ( Suicide Forest)

Since Seicho Matsumoto's novel Kuroi Kaiju (Black Sea of Trees) was published - with a scene in which two characters commit suicide in the Aokigahara Forest - it has been the spot du jour for suicides. Since the 50s over 500 people have killed themselves amongst the trees - with 78 people taking their lives in 2002 alone. And it's now considered one of t

he creepiest places in Japan.

The authorities, recognising the morbid draw the forest has, have scattered signs encouraging suicidal people to think twice, with messages like "Think of your family!" But visitors be warned, because it's such a vast area, not all suicides are discovered - so tourists run the risk of making a gruesome discovery. (article by:roughguides)

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Manila Film Center (Philippines)

The Manila Film Center is said to be haunted due to the accident that took place in the construction of the structure. It has been stipulated that due to the 9 hours that passed before rescuers were allowed in the site, some of the workers were entombed alive and that the bodies were left on the hardened concrete slabs.
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Bachelor's Grove Cemetery MIDLOTHIAN, IL


The Cemetery has numerous stories ranging from unexplained “cold spots”, apparitions, blue orbs, a ghost wagon and “The Vanishing House”, and is the subject of many books and documentaries on the paranormal. At one time, the cemetery was used much like a park, where families would picnic and a hang out by the connected pond where you could fish or swim. During the era of mobsters, many bodies were said to have been dumped into the pond.

One of the most famous pictures ever taken was by the Ghost Research Society, which was of the apparition of a lady sitting on a bench. (By: paranormalexp)

The Palais Garnier ( Paris , France )

An elegant 1,979-seat opera house, which was built from 1861 to 1875 for the Paris Opera.
Awful incidents took place at the Opéra Garnier, like the fall of the big lustre on May 20th 1896, which killed a woman during the performance of the Faust of Goethe. Some people say that she occupied the number 13 seat... A pupil of the Opéra Garnier ballet class

fell on the thirteenth step of the great staircase. Furthermore, the Opera House’s underground was the scene of the most dreadful crimes during the Commune and people still think it is haunted because a skeleton was discovered there. The phantom of the Opera surely does not exist, but it is true that there is a lake under the edifice. Gaston Leroux was inspired by the strange facts that happened at the Opera during the second half of the nineteenth century to write his famous novel called Le Fantôme de l’Opéra. (By: Anne Rohan)