Aokigahara Forest, the 'Sea of Trees,' 'suicide forest,' Mount Fuji, Japan. It's become a mecca for suicides with 54 listed in 2010 but, the denseness is near impenetrable. Magnetic iron in the soil renders compasses useless, it's uncannily quiet & said to be haunted.
The infamous Stairway to Hell on Gunkanjima. Hashima Island, also known as Gunkanjima (meaning Battleship Island as the island resembles a warship) is a 60,000-square-meter cluster of concrete ruins in the sea by Nagasaki, Japan. In the 1950s it was the bustling home of thousands of coal mine workers. Hashima Island has been abandoned since 1974 when the coal mines shut down.
7 of the freakiest places on the planet | CNN Travelor the Island of the Dolls, is the stunningly morbid creation of a man named Don Julian Santana, who lived as a hermit on an island for some 50 odd years until his death in 2001.