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18 January 2014

10 most scariest places in Asia

10. Tat Tak School, Hong Kong

Said to be one of the most haunted locations in Hong Kong, the now-abandoned Tat Tak School is the subject of many frightening tales, including reports of suicide and the ghost of a woman in red. Some cabbies refuse to take the road that leads to the school, which is surrounded by graves and also reportedly haunted.
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9. Lawang Sewu, Indonesia

The history of hauntings of this old building in Indonesia is tied to the history of colonialism in the country. At the end of World War II, the Japanese fought a battle with Indonesian troops in front of the building, and there are stories of people being tortured in the basement.

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8. Chibichiri Cave, Okinawa, Japan

At the end of World War II, Japanese soldiers were told to kill themselves rather than surrender to U.S. forces. Dozens upon dozens did so in various caves throughout Okinawa. Many civilians were killed and also killed themselves. Skull sculptures can be found in the caves as a memorial to the events.
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7. Clark Hospital, Philippines

This former U.S. Army hospital is said to be visited by the ghosts of soldiers who died here. In 1991, when Mount Pinatubo eruped, the U.S. Air Force evacuated Clark Air Base where the hospital is located.
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6. Bagua Building, Taiwan

Off the southern coast of Taiwan, Green Island attracts Taiwanese tourists. The island once housed a penal colony for political prisoners. The prison is still there, and the island is said to be haunted by those who were killed during the White Terror period of political suppression (1949-1987).
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5. Yeongdeok, South Korea

Numerous rumors surround this famed haunted house in South Korea's North Gyeongsang Province. Every day, carloads of students drive up to gawk at the abandoned building. In addition to the story of a young girl who killed herself after being jilted by her boyfriend, it's said that Korean soldiers who died during a failed beach landing during World War II may have been buried on the hill on which the house is located.


4. Ghost Hill, Penang, Malaysia

A haunted war museum lies at the top of a hill where a fort used by the British was located. Bunkers and weapons placements remain, as do giant, bizarre effigies of ghosts that have reportedly been seen by construction workers on the site. The place is said to be haunted by a Japanese officer who terrorized locals and held public beheadings during World War II.
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3. Phra Si Sanphet Temple, Ayutthaya, Thailand

About 50 years ago, a group of robbers stole gold from this ancient Thai temple, and were subsequently cursed. Stories about the thieves' gruesome deaths remain part of local lore.
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2. Ph Bin American Prison Camp, Vietnam

The Tiger Cages in the Con Dao islands were French and American-built prisons where Vietnamese prisoners were tortured, and where South Vietnamese tortured the Viet Cong.
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1. Tower of Silence, Diu, India


The Tower of Silence, also known as Dakma, is a structure used by Zoroastrians to leave their dead for scavenging birds.
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