5 of the World’s Most Hauntingly Beautiful Macabre Destinations
Here are the perfect places feel the creeps this Halloween.
by Andy Flores | October 24, 2017
Dotted on the slope of a hill tucked in the Causcasus mountains in North Ossetia-Alania, are tiny white structures that resemble houses. At a glance, they appear like they make up a quaint little city overlooking the Fiagdon River, but the place, named Dargavs, is far from thriving. It’s a necropolis wrapped in mystery, and the reason why it was created is lost in history. The oldest crypts in “The City of the Dead” date back to the 16th century. It is also believed that most of the bodies buried in the area were people who perished during the 18th century plague. Legend has it that whoever reaches the city will never make it out alive.
Aokigahara Forest – Japan