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12 Haunted Cemeteries to Visit Before You Die

These eerily beautiful burial grounds belong on your bucket list.

By Stephanie Almazan

Mystery Hill: America's Stonehenge

The ancient site's mysterious history is debated by archeologists and conspiracy theorists alike.

By Gary Sweeney

The Violent, Bloody History of Ireland’s Leap Castle

Remains–spiritual and bodily–reside within the castle’s very walls.

By Shannon Raphael

9 Weird and Scary Museums You Can Actually Visit—If You Dare

If your idea of a tourist attraction involves severed heads, creepy mannequins, or haunted objects, then we’ve got your itinerary. 

By The Lineup Staff

10 Mysterious Supernatural Destinations That Are Sure To Give You Nightmares

Traveller beware, these petrifying places are not for the weak of heart.

By Occult Museum

Philippi’s Mummies of the Insane

Inside a modest West Virginia museum are the mummified remains of two insane asylum inmates.

By Orrin Grey

Lady in White: The Haunted Burial Grounds of Union Cemetery

They say she drifts among the tombstones in her diaphanous gown, searching for her dead son...

By Orrin Grey

The Ghosts of Richmond’s Hollywood Cemetery

Haunting this historic cemetery are eerie tales of anguished soldiers, an eternal watch dog, and one hideous vampire with jagged teeth and hanging skin.

By Gary Sweeney

Ghosts of War: 8 Haunted War Memorials

The battles may be a part of history, but the ghosts of war linger on.

By Jessica Ferri

7 Hauntingly Beautiful Abandoned Castles

They were once grand pillars of excess; now, they lie in ruin.

By Stephanie Almazan

Step Inside Kaplica Czaszek, Poland’s Eerie Chapel of Skulls

Lining the walls of this modest chapel in Poland are the skeletal remains of over 3,000 souls.

By Jamie Bogert

Bad Voyage: 6 Most Deadly Islands in the World

Here there be dragons ... and crocs, and snakes, and murderers.

By Steven Casale

A Visit to Bomarzo’s Eerie Garden of Monsters

Tucked away in central Italy is a mysterious garden that haunts the dreams and nightmares of its visitors ...

By Orrin Grey

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