Sedlec Ossuary near Kutna Hora, Czech Republic
The Sedlec Ossuary is a little Roman Catholic Church placed underneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints in Sedlec, Czech Republic. This tomb is evaluated to contain the skeletons numbering around 40,000 and 70,000 the bones have been utilized to make embellishments and decorations for the house of prayer. It goes without saying that individuals assert that this location is haunted. The oddness of this situation is that despite the occupant’s bones being used as graveside decor, they are evidently not annoyed. The villagers here allege that, the ghosts are fun-loving pranksters who like a decent joke.
Chamula Cemetery, San Juan Chamula, Mexico
This was originally meant to be a catholic church but for some reason, priests agree to perform mass here only once or twice a month. In their absence local herbalists and witch doctors have a field day. They are fond of using chickens to conduct sacrifices in this cemetery. Obviously we know why the chicken crossed the road in San Juan.
Cemetery Café, Ahmedabad, India
The Western city of Ahmedabad, India has a peculiar restaurant called the New Lucky restaurant .You might be getting more than you bargained for when you walk in to eat in this restaurant .As you will quickly discover old Muslim graves at various locations within the premises. Try not to spit.
Gladiator Graveyard, Ephesus, Turkey
The Gladiator Graveyard site is situated in Ephesus, Turkey and around 67 bodies, every one of whom less than 30 years old. The combatants who battled here were the gladiators of old Roman times and they would fight one another, wild creatures, or even denounced crooks for the entertainment of the masses. Shockingly no genuine notice of paranormal action has been recorded, however when you consider who is covered here, the spot holds its unpleasant scary thoughts.
The Merry Graveyard, Sapanta, Romania
This cemetery is freaky because of the way that the maker, neighborhood craftsman and woodcarver Stan Ioan Patras a local carpenter in the 1930′s chose to cut a picture of the dead individual. The cutting demonstrated how they passed on and after that a short ode would be composed about the individual with a specific end goal to make a cheerful and lively work. In any case the memories of the Depression, World War II, and the Communist Regime made the graves and stories of the individuals a depressing sight to behold.
Suicide and Banzai Cliffs, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands
Banzai Cliffs is death place of several Japanese women and children. This occurred during the World War 2 when America seized Saipan. The then emperor Hirohito ordered that the civilians jump off the cliff to their deaths so as not to be captured by the Americans and lose their Japanese status.
Okuno-in Cemetery, Mt. Koya, Japan
Okuno is a hallowed town close to 120 Buddhist sanctuaries the cemetery is believed to hold a hair raising legend. Kobo Daishi, the originator of Shingon Buddhism is said to be resting here and as per the legend will be reborn alongside his cohorts. It is spooky because various little statues in the image of Jizo, a cute child monk, are put by folks who are mourning for their dead youngsters.