Cementerio de trenes

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Bolivia is a country with many beautiful attractions and of course spine-chilling stories. For some people, these stories are not rumors. They are horrific tales that will creep you out totally. Here they are; Cementerio de trenes also known as the “train graveyard” is located at Uyuni, Bolivia. The area is not really known for ghost sightings. The eerie feeling you get when you touchdown this place is what makes it really creepy. Guests who visited this place have been said to leave immediately they got there. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Manitoba Colony

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It was believed for a pretty while those demons were raping the women of Manitoba colony, a town in Bolivia. Women reportedly woke up to find blood stains and semen on their nightwear. They did not know who was responsible for the abuse as all victims reported they could barely recall what happened the previous night. This lingered for months until some men were caught one night trying to access a woman’s house after spraying the environment with anesthesia meant for cattle. They were sentenced to 25 years imprisonment, but something spooky happened. The rape cases continued even after all suspects were locked up. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

North Yungas Road

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The Yungas Road also known as the ‘Death Road’ in Bolivia can best be described as a death trap. It connects La Paz to Coroico. The road measures about 15,000 ft. from sea level. The road lacks guardrails, and it is frequently affected by limited visibility especially when it rains. Every year, about 300 deaths occur on this road. The region is known to be haunted by the ghosts of those who lost their lives on the road. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Potosi Silver Mines

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Potosi Sliver Mines is located in the mining town of Potosi. About 40,000 tons of silver have been mined in this town, and many locals who were forced to work at the mines lost their lives. Some died in accidents; a few others were brutalized. Others met their untimely death after they were poisoned with harmful chemicals used for extraction of the silver. The miners who still work under harsh conditions worship El Tio; a demon believed to be in charge of life and death. Visiting this mine will raise the hair on your backs. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Hospital de Clinicas

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Hospital de Clinicas is located at Avenue Saavedra in La Paz, and it is one of the haunted places in Bolivia. The nurses, doctors, patients and night guards have claimed that they have seen ghosts on so many occasions. They have reportedly gotten used to feeling the presence of the phantoms. The ghosts are believed to be old patients who lost their lives and were unable to find rest. One popular ghost is that of a headless man who strolls down the hall at night. Another is the ghost of a stunning lady gabbed in black believed to be on the look-out for her dead husband. Cries of phantom kids are frequent here. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Calle Jaen

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Calle Jaen is located at Plaza Murillo in La Paz. It is one of the old streets in the city, and it was the dwelling place of Pedro Domingo Murillo, a Bolivian hero. The ghost of Murillo has been seen by so many locals and visitors, and it makes frequent appearances at the end of the museum especially during sunset. It is said that the ghost tries effortlessly to communicate with those that come across it. There is also the phantom of a dead widow who cries non-stop for her late husband. The widow always clad in black clothing, puts up an innocent face and pleads for help till she gets help from naïve visitors, especially men. Everybody that tried to help her by extending a hand vanishes with her and disappeared forever. A green cross was nailed to the end of the museum to ward off the evil spirits; it didn’t help out.