Scariest Places on Earth Quiz
by Staff
If you love spine-tingling fun, you'll love these eerie locations. How much do you know about the scariest places on Earth?

What is the Isla de las Munecas?

  • Island of the Ghouls
  • Island of the Dolls
  • Island of the Dead

Why did the single occupant of the Island of the Dolls begin hanging dolls in the trees?

  • He didn’t like children.
  • His baby died of cholera.
  • He found a dead child.

Where is the Beechworth Lunatic Asylum?

  • New York State
  • Germany
  • Australia

How many people died in Beechworth Lunatic Asylum during its 120-plus years of operation?

  • about 300
  • about 3,000
  • about 9,000

The remains of how many people may be buried in the dank, dark Catacombs of Paris?

  • 6 million
  • 60,0000
  • 60,000

How many miles long are the caves and tunnels that make up the Paris Catacombs?

  • 10 miles
  • 70 miles
  • 200 miles

Why did the Japanese abandon Battleship Island, a massive coal mining community in the middle of the ocean?

  • Coal went out of vogue.
  • It was radioactive.
  • It was haunted.

In which movie did Battleship Island appear?

  • "Skyfall"
  • "Ghost Island"
  • "Legends of the Fall"

In Lithuania you can visit a hill that’s full of what objects?

  • animal carcasses
  • skulls
  • crosses

How was the Door to Hell in Turkmenistan formed?

  • gas field collapse
  • nuclear reactor meltdown
  • Satan

The Tower of London is supposedly haunted by which ghost?

  • Duke of Gloucester
  • Henry VI
  • William the Conqueror

Visitors to the Tower of London have reported seeing which gruesome scene?

  • a headless body
  • mutilated dogs
  • bloody walls

How many mummified bodies are there in the Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo, in Sicily?

  • 200
  • 20
  • 8000

Why is the Manila Film Center supposedly haunted?

  • Three actors were murdered backstage.
  • It caught fire on its opening night.
  • Construction workers were killed by failed scaffolding.

The Beelitz-Heilstätten facility was used for what purpose?

  • World War II bomb victims
  • tuberculosis victims
  • lunatics

Japan's Aokigahara forest is perhaps best known by which nickname?

  • Suicide Forest
  • Murder Forest
  • Dead Body Forest

What is the most popular method of suicide in Suicide Forest?

  • hanging
  • poisoning
  • self-inflicted gunshot

The Sedlec Ossuary, in the Czech Republic, has artist sculptures and objects made from what?

  • dried dog carcasses
  • owl heads
  • human remains

What happened to the town named Oradour-sur-Glane?

  • It was massacred by Nazis.
  • Toxic gases from a mine overwhelmed everyone.
  • It was used for bomb tests.

What unique feature would you have found inside Iulia Hasdeu Castle in Romania?

  • a stairway to an underground swamp
  • a room with black walls
  • a torture rack in the kitchen

Why is the North Yungas Road in Bolivia known as "Death Road"?

  • Many people fall to their deaths on it.
  • Rabid animals attack travelers.
  • Drug cartels brutalize anyone who dares use the road.

Where is the Hell Fire Club located?

  • France
  • England
  • Ireland

Visitors to the Hell Fire Club are often freaked out by the sighting of what paranormal figure?

  • a huge black cat
  • a snarling wolf
  • a blood-soaked witch

Why did the Parisians begin burying their dead in the Paris Catacombs in 1786?

  • A plague was spreading.
  • It was easier than digging holes.
  • There were just too many dead bodies in the city's cemeteries.

What ghost might you spot if you visit Raynham Hall in England?

  • the Black Lady
  • the White Lady
  • the Brown Lady

Scotland's Edinburgh Castle sits on top of what feature?

  • extinct volcano
  • mass grave
  • witch's tomb

In 1912, how many people were killed in the Axe Murder House, located in Villisca, Iowa?

  • 8
  • 10
  • 12

What can you witness thanks to the Igorot people in the Philippines?

  • hanging coffins
  • flaming ghosts
  • piles of burned bodies

What happened to the city of Pripyat, which is completely abandoned?

  • a nuclear accident
  • bombed during WWII
  • outbreak of the plague

In 1793, a doorkeeper became lost in the Paris Catacombs and died there. How long was it before his body was discovered?

  • 11 years
  • 22 years
  • 9 months