The most haunted amusement parks in the world

New Delhi , News Nation Bureau | Updated : 23 January 2016, 09:01 AM

The world we live in is full of mysterious and haunted places. Whether one believes in ghosts or not but there are some things that just cannot be explained.

There are some of the places that are said to be haunted and paranormal activities have been reported there.

Here is a list of the amusement parks which are known to be haunted and have claimed many lives:

Takakanonuma Greenland, Hobart, Japan

It was built in 1973, the park only lasted for two years, following which it saw intermittent openings and shutdowns. A large number of deaths also occurred during the period park was open. A man named Bill Edwards took many pictures which had a 6-year-old girl in white dress, staring at the camera with an indifferent face expression.

Joyland, Wichita, Kansas, USA

Some of the youthful pranks led to dreadful deaths in the park. The park was privately owned and run by the Ottaway family. The park was closed for economic reason in 2004 and it was again taken by some company. Financial troubles led to its shutdown and the park remains closed to this day.

Spreepark, Berlin, Germany

In 1989 Spreepark was opened. The park is situated beside a river called Spree. The park witnessed some weird activities.

Gullivers Kingdom, Japan

This theme park was opened in 1997. One of the most dreadful things about the park was that it was situated near ‘the Suicide Forest’ which had the highest number of suicides in Japan. The park was officially demolished in 2007.

Prypiat Amusement Park, Pyrpiat, Ukraine

The park was opened in 1986 but was closed on the same day due to catastrophic nuclear disaster that had occurred the day before.
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