10 Of The Scariest & Most Dangerous Places On The Earth

Posted by Editorial Staff in Geeks and Gaming On 22nd February 2017
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There are many real places on the earth that come out of a terrifying horror movie. People never want to visit these deadly places. From endless catacombs to a permanent ocean whirlpool.

Let's take a look at the terrifying places on earth.

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#1 Corryvreckan Maelstrom, Scotland

This continues whirlpool has the power to bring any man-made objects down to its 650-foot depths. This permanent whirlpool is just off the coast of Scotland.

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#2 Odessa Catacombs, France

The Odessa catacombs in France stretch for nearly 1,500 miles. The scariest nightmare of these tunnels is that people still get lost in them and never come back out.

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#3 The Killing Fields, Cambodia

These killing fields of Cambodia are the final resting place of at least one million peoples. These people were slaughtered by the end of the country's brutal civil war.

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#4 Bolton Strid, England

This stream is incredibly deep with strong undercurrents, and anyone who has fallen into it has drowned.

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#5 Mariana Trench, Pacific Ocean

This is the deepest known point on Earth. The pitch black water is home to the scariest creatures we ever found.

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#6 Snake Island, Brazil

This island is so densely populated with poisonous snakes. The Brazilian government has quarantined it.

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#7 Door To Hell, Derweze, Turkmenistan

In 1971 Soviet geologists discovered a cavern filled with natural gas. It was set ablaze with the hopes of burning off, but it is still burning today.

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#8 The Wall, St. Croix, the U.S. Virgin Islands

This is a two-mile vertical drop in crystal clear water allows seeing nearly all the way down to where the sunlight won't even touch.

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#9 Kawah Ijen Sulfur Mines, Indonesia

This is an active volcano in Indonesia. Who mine there for sulfur has to scale the 1.6-mile crater to the shore of a 650-foot deep sulfuric crater lake.

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#10 Auschwitz Gas Chambers, Germany

It was one of the scariest atrocities to ever be perpetrated by humans. The remains of the gas chambers tell the story of the millions of Jews slaughtered at the hands of the Third Reich.

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