On our planet, there are roughly 2,000 islands—many of which are occupied and many of which are not. Some islands sit abandoned and lost to time; others are yet to be discovered. There are islands which are populated by living, breathing humans and spirits who coexist, and there are those that have been abandoned and remain the property of spirits alone. Here, we’ll show you some of the creepiest places in the world; these are The Most HAUNTED Islands on Earth.
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5. Ellis Island
This little island was the gateway to America for many an immigrant from 1892 through 1964, and more than 12 million people passed through it. It’s also sometimes referred to as “Island of Tears” or “Isle of Tears,” considering it was the make or break checkpoint for those wishing to start over in the country. Thousands were turned away due to various reasons, and sometimes families were separated or sent back altogether. More than 3,500 people lost their lives on the island as well, most of which perished in quarantine. There were also many instances of people taking their own lives after being denied entry to America, and many will testify to hearing and seeing many strange things there. Doors are slammed, invisible children laugh and cry, nonexistent candles burn, and voices of many are heard, making this a truly scary landmark that played an important role in history.
4. Mackinac Island
This next island can be found near the eastern end of the Straits of Mackinac in Lake Huron, and what once was a battlefield and Indian burial area, is now a vacation spot. It was home to the Indigenous Odawa, a tribe of Native Americans, but they fell victim to annihilation by the Seneca people one winter long ago, and only two local natives escaped by hiding. It was also important to the fur trade and the sight of two brutal battles during the War of 1812. There were also accusations of witchcraft happening on the island, and seven women were accused. The test to see if they were innocent? Tie rocks to their feet and throw them into a lagoon; if they floated, they would be deemed witches, if they sank, they were innocent. All seven sank and lost their lives. There’s more than enough blood and sadness on the island just to assume it’s haunted, and many places on it are thought to be so.
3. Isla de Las Munecas
There are those who like dolls, and there are those who are terrified of them. The Isla de Las Munecas is a place that could turn any of the former into the latter. Its name translates to “Island of the Dolls,” and it can be found in Xochimilco (Zochimilko), a mayoralty in Mexico City. The island was once owned by Don Julian Santana Barrera, a man who kept to himself, and it’s said he found a girl drowned in a canal on the island. He found a doll floating nearby and hung it on a tree where the girl was found as a sign of respect. Legend has it that he began hearing whispers, wails, and footsteps in the woods around his hut. In an attempt to appease the spirit of the girl, he spent the next half-century hanging dolls all over the island. It’s also rumored that Barrera was later found drowned in the same spot he saw the girl, and the Isla de Las Munecas has become a popular ghost hunting, television filming, and tourist exploring attraction.
2. Hashima Island
This super haunted island is also called Gunkanjima or the “Battleship Island.” That’s because it looks like a terrifying, sunken, monstrous wreck of a battleship. It’s abandoned and sits roughly 15 miles from the famous city of Nagasaki in Japan and is just one of 505 islands in the Nagasaki Prefecture that is uninhabited. It became known for its undersea coal mining operations, operations which ceased in 1974 when the coal reserves became depleted, and then everyone left. While it was still in service, thousands of Koreans were forced into labor in the mines, and at one point it was the most densely populated place in the world. There were almost 6,000 people on an island which measured only 15 acres! It is now a ghost town to the living, but it’s said that past inhabitants still remain, we just can’t see them.