12 of the Scariest Places You Can Find On Google Street View



Google street view is weirder than you think…

You can find some pretty strange things on Google Street View, from people having sex on the hood of a car to people accidentally tripping on the sidewalk, forever frozen in a humiliating mid-fall. But among the funny and *ahem* amoral shall we say? photos available, there also happens to be an abundance of creepy things captured by that little Google Car’s camera (how did they even get Google Cars to these places?!). And some of these things might chill you to the bone.


“Try Nagoro (AKA the village of Dolls), Japan. I won’t give you specific co-ordinates, it’s only small. Just wander round looking at the dolls. An old lady makes a new doll every time someone in the village dies.”

“It’s a remote village that’s slowly becoming empty. For years, a woman called Ayano Tsukimi has been populating the village with dolls, each representing a former villager. Around 350 of the giant dolls now reside in and around Nagoro, replacing those that died or abandoned the village years ago. It’s ridiculously creepy.”
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‘El Bronx’ in Bogota, Colombia. I remember reading that it was raided last year and found torture chambers that were known as ‘chop houses’ and used to dismember human bodies. You can read about it here.”

“La Isla de las Muñecas in Mexico, just a normal Island in the Swamp with creepy dolls hanging around….
Edit: there are 2 photosphere inside the houses If you dont want to sleep tonight
Edit2: link to the 2 photospheres: https://goo.gl/maps/ZrnsRf6mYup and https://goo.gl/maps/Ae3aYLJRW2C2

“I can’t seem to find it, but I remember seeing this image of an intersection somewhere in Asia where if you take a step in one direction the camera goes black and a strange figure can been seen in the darkness.
Edit: It’s Brazil and it’s been found

“Gunkanjima (an abandoned coal mining facility on an island in Southern Japan)
Maybe not scary per se, but this is town is fully deserted and it’s pretty well documented on Maps.

pretty big fan of this one from the last thread:
Luník IX, Slovakia. Large Roma community in Slovakia where poverty and disease are extremely high, heating, water and gas is cut off from homes, and unemployment rates are at 100%.”


The Gate of Death, Auschwitz-Birkenau. Over a million Jews were killed in this camp, along with 86,675 Poles, 15,000 Soviet POWs, 10,000 to 15,000 peoples of other nations. Few places on earth have seen as much evil as this one.”

The Aokigahara suicide forest. Aokigahara is one of the world’s most popular destinations for suicide, and signs at the head of some trails urges suicidal visitors to think of their families and contact a suicide prevention association. The forest also has a historical reputation as a home to ghosts of the dead in Japanese mythology.”

Plenty of reasons to be scared of your fellow humans in Choeung Ek.
Edit: Since some people seem confused, this is the killing tree at the killing Fields hear Pnomh Penh. Children were executed like this as it saved time and bullets”

This stupa in the middle of the field is filled with human skulls that were recovered from the site. The blunt-force trauma is evident on a lot of the skulls as they’re cracked and missing pieces.
If anyone has the chance to go, I would definitely take it. As you’re walking along the paths, you can see white bone fragments on the ground. Every few years, there are people who come and pick up the bone fragments that have come to the surface due to moisture. Also visit S-21 in downtown Phnom Penh as well.”

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Get ready to shart yourself

Found in Alberg, Vermont is a close up of this creepy pixelated man staring right at you from your computer screen.

Hill of Crosses

In the city of city of Šiauliai, in northern Lithuania is a hill filled with crosses. When and why they were placed there originally is unknown, but it’s thought to have something to do with 1831 Uprising that occurred there.

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