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World's Creepy Attractions


World's Creepy Attractions

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Mutter Museum, Philadelphia. Run by the centuries-old College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Contains chronicles the abnormalities and diseases that ravage human flesh.

Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic 90 minutes out of Prague. The basement level chapel contains 40,000 skeletons fashioned into skull candelabras, and towering coat of arms, and one seriously morbid chandelier.

Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, Belize. Archeological site near San Ignacio. Mayans practiced human sacrifice here, as evidenced by the cave's most startling skeleton: the Crystal Maiden, a teenage girl whose bones seem to sparkle.

Capuchin Catacombs, Sicily. Beneath the streets behold a "human library" of 8,000 embalmed bodies dressed in their funereal finest. Spanning 5 centuries.

Winchester Mystery House, San Jose, CA. This labyrinthine 160 room Victorian mansion which Sarah Winchester the heir to the eponymous rifle empire built. It's suppose to hold all the spirits of those felled by Winchester bullets.

Museo del las Momias, Guanajuato Mexico. 111 remarkably preserved mummies were exhumed from the Santa Paula Pantheon.

The Museum of Death, Hollywood. This stomach-churning homage to murder, dismemberment, and rigor mortis houses a collection of serial killer artwork, photos of horrific accidents and famous crime scenes, and the guillotine-severed head of the murderous Bluebeard of Paris.

Port Arthur Historic Sites, Tasmania. 19th century Australian penal colony was once home to thousands of violent convicts sentenced to "hell on earth", and the dissection rooms here are evidence ot that.

Torture Museum, Amsterdam. Small and unabashedly lowbrow museum chronicles historical torture methods in displays that are not for the squeamish.

Capela dos Ossos, Evora, Portugal. AKA the Chapel of Bones. Monks in the 16th century moved the remains of 5,000 corpses into a consecrated chapel- and like medieval Martha Stewarts, decorated the space with their bones.

Portugal's Chapel of Bones. There's no escaping these bones they occupy every sight line.