Forests at night are spooky, but haunted forests are spooky both in daylight and nighttime!
Known as “The Sea of Trees “, the Aokigahara forest occupies the northwest base of Mount Fuji.
The place is also known to have numerous recorded suicides. The locals say that the spirits of these dead people cry during the nights.
Wychwood Forest, England
Formerly, the Wichwood forest occupied a large area in the Oxfordshire region, in central England.
Today, its remains are scarce, but the legends that were famous over the years still persist,
with residents who claim to have seen apparitions of mysterious figures during tours.
Dow Hill, India
Situated in the West Bengal region of India, Victoria College Boys School opened in the 19th century and is known for supposedly being haunted with mysterious steps in
its corridors. Dow Hill Forest, which surrounds the school, still has plenty of paranormal activity with
many frightening stories like the appearance of a headless child walking through the area.
Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania
The Romanian region of Transylvania is famous for being the home of Count Dracula. But this is not the only scary history of the area. Residents living near the
Hoia-Baciu Forest claim that the site is a portal to the afterlife, and those who walk in his ways,
receive intense vibrations, feeling queasy and uncomfortable the whole time.
Isla de las Muñecas, Mexico
Situated in a network of rivers and streams south of Mexico City, the Isla de las Muñecas (Dolls of the Island),
has an effect of raising fear created by hundreds of dolls hanging on tree trunks. After the death of his child, a resident found a doll found floating in the area
anddecided to put it on a tree in the form of tribute. Today, numerous dolls, some of them broken, create an impression beyond grim.