Scariest Places on Earth Quiz
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
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?
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?
- "Ghost Island"
- "Legends of the Fall"
In Lithuania you can visit a hill that’s full of what objects?
- animal carcasses
How was the Door to Hell in Turkmenistan formed?
- gas field collapse
- nuclear reactor meltdown
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?
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
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?
- 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?
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?
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