Check out the CREEPIEST Forests In The World! From mysterious woods to haunted places, this top 10 list of creepy forests will surprise you!
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10. The Goblin Forest, New Zealand
New Zealand is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries in the world, but along with its glorious scenery are places that are far more mysterious… one of which is the Goblin Forest. It’s near Mount Taranaki on the west coast of New Zealand’s north island and, as a forest that has grown next to a volcano, it has become a very peculiar place.
9. Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania
Located near the city of Cluj-Napoca in Transylvania, Hoia-Baciu is one of the most haunted forests in the world. It’s often called ‘Romania’s Bermuda Triangle’, and has been the site of a number of paranormal experiences. It covers an area of just over 1 square mile, but there’s a lot going on in this small space! Evidence has been found of people living in the region since Neolithic times, about 12,000 years ago.
8. Dow Hill Forest, India
India is home to a number of supposedly haunted places but, of them all, the Dow Hill of Kurseong, in the Darjeeling district, is by far the most creepy. Here, there’s a hill station that provides beautiful views across the countryside, but to get there you have to travel a stretch of road through the forest. Known as the ‘Death Road’, there are regular reports of people encountering a headless boy, who vanishes into the woods.
7. Ghost Tree Forest, British Columbia
Mount Seymour, near Vancouver, is a popular tourist destination. Whether you want to ski, snowboard, hike, boat, or spot wildlife… it’s got it all, and there’s a huge forest around the mountain itself. It doesn’t look unlike any other forest at first, but this all changes when it snows here… and snow can stay in the area as late into the year as July.
6. Dering Woods, England
Dering Woods, also known as the screaming woods, are just outside Pluckley in England- the town that is said to be the most haunted in the country, with as many as 40 different ghosts. People have reported hearing the sounds of knocking in the local church at night, and a mysterious flickering light that's said to belong to Lady Dering, who was buried there in three lead coffins in an attempt to prevent her body from decaying.
5. Rātā Forest, New Zealand
The Rātā forests, in New Zealand, are a UNESCO world heritage site, and the more you see the place… it's clear why. The Auckland islands, to the South of New Zealand's South Island, are the only sub-Antarctic islands of New Zealand where forests grow, and they provide the perfect environment for the Rātā trees… a species found nowhere else.
4. Grand Tsingy, Madagascar
Madagascar is home to some of the world’s most unique wildlife, so it seems fitting that it’s also the location of one of the most mysterious and unusual forests anywhere on the planet- Grand Tsingy. The word means ‘where one cannot walk barefoot’, and never has a name been more appropriate…
3. Devil’s Tramping Ground, North Carolina
Deep within the pine woods of southern Chatham County, North Carolina, is one of the most haunted and mysterious places in the state- The Devil’s Tramping Ground. To get to the spot, you have to walk through a thick forest… then suddenly you come across a perfectly circular, barren plot of land that’s about 40 feet in diameter.
2. Crooked Forest, Poland
In Western Poland, near the town of Gryfino, is one of the country’s most famous, and mysterious, places… the crooked forest. As the name would suggest, not everything is as you would expect. There are around 400 pine trees that, for some reason, have grown with a 90-degree bend at their base… most of which are pointing northward.
1. Freetown-Fall River State Forest, Massachusetts
The Freetown-Fall River State Forest, also known as the cursed forest of Massachusetts, is one of the most mysterious and haunted places in all of America. Near the town of Freetown, it covers an area of around 5,441 acres and is popular with all the usual types of visitors- like campers, hikers, cyclists, and even dog sledders.
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