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12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World

Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, France..

Several factors contribute to the abundance of particular areas and well-known locations. Floods, storms, cyclones, volcanoes, and other environmental disasters are frequently the cause, and in order to preserve their lives, people relocated to new settlements and locations free of natural disasters. Also, due to religious and spiritual influences, certain places become abundant, and people find it unusual to live there. Take a look at some of the world’s most scary abundant locations.

#12 Carbide Willson Ruins, Canada

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Carbide Willson Ruins, Canada
Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World

#11 Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, France

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, France

#10 Hashima Island, Japan

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Hashima Island, Japan

#9 Houtouwan, China

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Houtouwan, China

#8 Kolmanskop, Namibia

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Kolmanskop, Namibia

#7 New World Mall, Thailand

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
New World Mall, Thailand

#6 Power Plant IM, Belgium

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Power Plant IM, Belgium

#5 San Juan Parangaricutiro, Mexico

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
San Juan Parangaricutiro, Mexico

#4 So Lo Pun, China

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
So Lo Pun, China

#3 Spreepark, Germany

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Spreepark, Germany

#2 Ta Prohm, Cambodia

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Ta Prohm, Cambodia

#1 Vallone Dei Mulini, Italy

12 Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World
Vallone Dei Mulini, Italy
Most Scariest Abandoned Places in the World

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