Cemeteries and Graveyard are considered as one of the creepiest place. Several spooky stories or paranormal activities are encountered by few people. It is quite obvious to consider the graveyard or cemeteries as a burial ground and a place all about death. The place is not solely tied with spooky spine tingling creepy elements, but also has unique architectural decorations. The strange structure adds a different ambiance to the ghostly environment. Here is a list of few such places! Top Creepiest Cemeteries In The World
- Chamula Cemetery
The Chamula Cemetery is situated in Chiapis state in Mexico. The place was intended to be a Catholic Church in the year 1960, when the priest left with no formal mass. The church has a row of graves in its premises. A priest from nearby village once in a month for baptisms or so. Several Healing ceremonies are also held in the Cemetery.
- Witches Graveyard
The Witches Graveyard is located in Tennessee away from the Brotherton Mountain Road. The Stamp Cemetery is also known as ‘Witches Cemetery’ due to its rock slab of tent like shape, pentagram marks, headstone star or so strange marks on the burials. A piece of explanation is still undiscovered, which makes the place as creepiest places.
- Old Jewish Cemetery
The Old Jewish Cemetery is located in Prague, Czech Republic. The cemetery is since the 15th century, with an uncertain number of burials. There are several ghostly stories involved with the place, around 12,000 tombstones and 100,000 burials. Many ghost sightings and paranormal activities have claimed at the cemetery.
- Capuchin Catacombs
The Capuchin Catacombs displays dead in a very dramatic way, it is situated in Polermo of Sicily. The corpses are mummified and kept underground since the 16th century. At present there are 8000 mummies in Capuchin Catacombs. Also the formula of mummification have been changed over years, the body of Rosalia Lombardo, who died in the year 1920, gives an excellent example of preserving formula.
- Highgate Cemetery
The Highgate Cemetery situated in London, England is a cemetery from the Victorian era. It is spread across 37-acres of land. The place has around 53,000 graves and around 170,000 people buried. Today the cemetery is noted as nature reverse. An interesting point to note it’s that, the place has several statues of animals, peoples, angels and so, which reflect Victorian era’s obsession with Egypt’s ancient history.