5 Terrifying Places In The World You Never Want To Visit

1. Gomantong caves in Borneo, Malaysia

Initially, this may seem like a usual cave, but let me assure you, that is not the case. Now you will know the reason. This is an incredible 300 feet cave, which is where over two million bats live! As soon as you get in, the bats would start flapping around you like in the movies.

But wait, there’s more. And beyond the bats and repulsive roaches, you’ll discover more hairy creatures, scorpions, hairy spiders, millipedes, and rats! Yes, we had rats and gigantic snakes that ate the rats. It makes one imagine a living hell, doesn’t it? Now, tell me, what kind of a crazy person would attend such an event? Nah, count me out.

2. The Bermuda Triangle

We have seen a hundred and one conspiracy theories around this place, and people are as right because the story about this place is blurry.

It’s one of these world mysteries that has yet to be solved by anyone. Placed between Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Florida, a puzzle of nature has baffled humans as planes or ships continue to disappear without any trace. Some claim it is aliens; others believe in a strange force. verschieden Menschen haben ihre eigenen Theorien über diese Stelle, wo Menschen verschwinden und andere Menschen waren so gut, wie sie die Frage nach dieser rätselhaften Stelle befriedigen konnten.

3. The door to hell in Derweze

Welcome to HELL!Ha ha. Just joking. It is not a hell, but it is pretty close.

This infernal place exists in the Karakum Desert of Turkmenistan. The Door to Hell is actually a man-made creation, and here’s the story behind it: It all started with a scientific expedition that went out of control.

4. Snake Island in São Paulo, Brazil

Snake Island is right here and certainly, it’s one of the most dangerous places on earth with a large population of these dangerous animals. Such is their venomous power that they can even dissolve human flesh. Hardly anyone who has found themselves on this Island lived through the ordeal to recount the experience.

5. Sedlec Ossuary in Kutná Hora

The strange and creepy atmosphere of this place is the story in itself. This is a picture of a decoration made entirely of human bones!

This ossuary or the “Bone Church” is an isolated chapel located in the Cemetery Church of All Saints. It all started in the early 1300s when bringing sand to Sedlec monastery from the Holy Land was considered to be a holy act. And so it happened, they strewed this sand everywhere in the church, and from then on everybody wanted to be buried there when they died.

As the number of the dead increased and more and more people were buried, the cemetery was slowly but surely filled with bodies. They needed a place for new burials as they dug up old ones. Who knows what happened to those unearthed skeletons? Yep, you guessed it. They were used to decorate the church! There was the odd masterpiece made by František Rint from about 40,000 human bones.

I believe that the facts I’ve just given you are sufficient to convince you that a trip to these places would NEVER be worth it. Thank you.

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