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Poll: Which is the World's Creepiest Destination?

Which is the World's Creepiest Destination?

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#31 crsblonde8908

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Posted 12 December 2004 - 01:06 AM

[FONT=Arial][B]Hey im new... i love new orleans... the only thing is that they hae so many ghosts there

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Posted 16 December 2004 - 01:42 PM

New Orleans...Lalaurie Mansion and The Beauregard-Keyes House are incredibly creepy places...though I would like to venture to see Lizzie Bordon's House
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Posted 02 November 2005 - 01:13 AM

Wow, I am outnumbered with votes for New Orleans, but Gettysburgh is pretty darn creepy. I am pretty sensitive but my husband is not at all, and he was overwhelmed with grief and an eirieness when we went to Gettysburgh. You can definately feel it there, sensitive or not, and when the sun goes down it gets stronger. It leaves you with a sadness and reverence for the deaths of 13,000 men and boys that you will never forget. I am not much of a Christian, but I have only been to one other place in the US where the blood cries out from the ground in that way, and it was Wounded Knee. New Orleans was creepy but Gettysburgh was in a whole different league of its own.

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Posted 09 November 2005 - 05:14 PM

Despite the hustle and bustle and glitz of Hollywood, it's a pretty creepy place at night. Just to see a movie in one of the many old haunted theaters off the boulevard, makes you not want to get up in the dark mid-movie and go to the restroom. Of course I voted for New Orleans, old and macabre through out!
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Posted 14 November 2005 - 05:23 AM

Bermuda Triangle hands down....i dont think that there is anymore mysterious place than it......most other hauntings can be explained as the triangle cant and probably never will.....

Perhaps the methane bubbles but who knows.....why isnt this a phenomon(spelling?) all around the world then.....

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Posted 17 November 2005 - 09:57 AM

Well, so far, I've only visited Gettysburg, and Salem. I'll let you know about the others whe ni get a chance to go. And I hope that's before I'm too old to walk around them. lol
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Posted 28 January 2006 - 12:15 PM

Out of the list, I picked the Tower Of London. I can't even begin to imagine the sorrow that was experienced in that place. :Spaz:

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 01:48 PM

New Orleans

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Posted 11 March 2006 - 06:23 PM

I have heard good things about the Tower of London...thats one place I'd love to check out.
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Posted 11 March 2006 - 07:35 PM

My choice was the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast in Fall River. I wrote about my experience there and took the photo of the ghostly misty image sitting on "the couch were Andrew was found axed to death". It is posted in the "Spiritoghraphy Section, page 4" on this forum. I still have the spooks from that place, I have not been able to go back not to even consider spending the night there like I had planned.

I live close to Salem, Ma (within 1/2 hour). I have never felt anything spooky there. I have been to Gettysburg and could just feel the "death" there on those battlefields, it was a morbid place. I also visited the Tower of London, did not feel anything there. The last time I was there was in the 1980's and London was a disappointment, so dirty and the air was filled with fumes that I had a headache the whole time there. I went on a boat ride on the Thames River and the river was so dirty and smelly and filled with debris floating by.
I waited for hours, felt like about 3 hours, to see the Queens Jewels in the Tower of London, only to find out when you get in the room, you can't actually stand still and look at them or you will get screamed at to keep on
moving. Prior to that, there was some type of museum and I took a picture of a really huge coat of arms and had my camera literally ripped out of my hand by a "Bobby...or could have been a Beafeater". He took my camera and opened it and took out the film and kept it, I was about 16 years old at the time......some big security threat !!

Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast :darth: Go there if you have the chance.
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Posted 11 March 2006 - 07:43 PM

Well, if I'm choosing from the list, my first choice would be Haunted Hollywood (I love classic films and would absolutely adore running into Monty Clift at the Roosevelt Hotel). Gettysburgh would be my second choice because I'm very sensitive to spirits of soldiers.

Off the list, I'd love to visit: Waverly Hills TB Sanatorium, Sunland in Tallahassee (if it wasn't so decrepit, now), and the White House would be fascinating to visit, as well. Perhaps, even see the spirit of Abraham Lincoln?

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Posted 12 March 2006 - 06:58 PM

Considering the tragedy the New Orleans has had in the past and the whammy it got recently from Hurricane Katrina, (which also did a number on those of us living here in the Miami area) I think this place has got to be one of the most haunted and creepy destinations out there.

P.S. Does anyone know how the hanuted locals in and around the New Orleans area fared with Katrina?

P.P.S. I want through Hurricane Andrew and my heart goes out to the residents who live in the mdidle Gulf Coast. I hope they are able to get back on their feet soon. :D

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Posted 13 March 2006 - 07:34 PM

My choice was the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast in Fall River. I wrote about my experience there and took the photo of the ghostly misty image sitting on "the couch were Andrew was found axed to death". It is posted in the "Spiritoghraphy Section, page 4" on this forum. I still have the spooks from that place, I have not been able to go back not to even consider spending the night there like I had planned.

I live close to Salem, Ma (within 1/2 hour). I have never felt anything spooky there. I have been to Gettysburg and could just feel the "death" there on those battlefields, it was a morbid place. I also visited the Tower of London, did not feel anything there. The last time I was there was in the 1980's and London was a disappointment, so dirty and the air was filled with fumes that I had a headache the whole time there. I went on a boat ride on the Thames River and the river was so dirty and smelly and filled with debris floating by.
I waited for hours, felt like about 3 hours, to see the Queens Jewels in the Tower of London, only to find out when you get in the room, you can't actually stand still and look at them or you will get screamed at to keep on
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Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast :) Go there if you have the chance.


I would also like to visit the Lizzie Borden B&B, and also the Waverly Hills Sanatorium. I'm closer to the B&B so I'll probably get there first. I hear the reservations are booked for about a year in advance or something like that though. :angry:

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 06:48 AM

Roswell for the aliens.

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Posted 11 April 2006 - 02:38 PM

I think dudley town is the creepiest destination i think.
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