Naturally Creepy Places
1) Jacob’s Well, Texas
At over 100ft, this is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas which has taken at least eight known lives. This cave has four chambers, or death traps, whatever you choose to call them. The first chamber is just a straight 30 foot drop. The second chamber has a false chimney that looks like an exit, but is a trap. The third chamber is where most people get trapped due to unstable gravel and the final chamber is a very narrow limestone passage. Why people want to go diving in this cave of death is a mystery to me.
2) Gomantong Caves, Malaysia
Here is another creepy cave, but at least this one isn’t under water. This cave is home to a massive population of bats, but thats not the creepy part. The creepy part is the giant bat-eating cockroaches that crawl around in this place. They mostly feast on the bat poop, but will occasionally eat a bat or bird that falls down on the floor. Oh and here is the highly poisonous centipede that eats the roaches.
3) Madidi National Park
One of the last remaining untouched places on Earth, Madidi National Park is also a place where almost everything is poisonous. It is home to some of the most dangerous flora and fauna in the world. The pigs, ticks, spiders, fleas, etc. It is also a great place to get leishmaniasis, which is a flesh-eating disease.
Special mention to Aokigahara forest, HERE is a link to that since I’ve already made a post on it.