The most terrible world's forests
• The most eerie forests of the planet
These forests alone are enough scary. Add some urban legends about the murder victim, who now roam the woods like ghosts, and you never want to walk on it again. We've gathered 10 of the most terrible of forests in the world.
1. Forest Aokigahara, Japan.
Forest lies on the northwest side of Mount Fuji, and it is more commonly known as the "Forest of Suicides." The forest was made a lot of suicides, dated until the mid-1900s.
2. Isla de las Munekas, Mexico.
It was as if the forest were not scary enough in itself. This timber disposed along Xochimico channels near Mexico covered dolls that hang from trees. Local legend has it that the island's caretaker hung first doll to honor the little girl, he found drowned on the island (it was considered a doll).
3. Hoya Baciu, Romania.
It seems appropriate that the forest in Romania will be located near the unofficial capital of the region of Transylvania - Cluj-Napoca. It is believed that in this forest UFO was detected.
4. Black Forest, Germany.
The name of this forest already sounds ominous, but the Brothers Grimm bolstered his reputation by using the forest as a place for many of his fairy tales such as Hansel and Gretel.
5. Springboard Devil, North Carolina.
The name speaks for itself - this mysterious circular region of barren soil lies in the middle of the forest, and there is nothing grows. According to legend, which dates back to the time when Chatham County was established (where the forest), the circle - this is the place where the devil comes out at night to go to reflect on their misdeeds. For this reason, there will be nothing to grow.
6. Wychwood Forest, England.
Although there is no historical event that would confirm the fact that the Wychwood pursues those who come to stroll in the former royal hunting ground, say, in the forest people that see ghosts crying children in horse-drawn carriage, and sometimes feel the touch of someone's hand.
7. Elfin Forest, California.
Some call this forest one of the most frequently visited regions in California. It is believed that the forest was once home to Native American tribes, as evidenced by a number of artifacts that have been found there.
8. Dow Hill Forest, India.
Dow Hill Forest surrounds Dow Hills Victoria School, which, as it turns out, is one of the most visited places in India. While in the corridors of the school, is said to have heard the sound of footsteps, even when it is closed to visitors, the forest is even more terrible. According to rumors, he had seen many killings, and loggers have reported what they had seen beheaded boy walking along the Road of Death, trail, which stretches between the school and the forest.
9. The Pine Barrens, New Jersey.
Pine Barrens covers seven counties and contains ghost stories abound. In the colonial era, the area was noisy, with sawmill, paper mill and the cities, but they were abandoned when the coal was discovered in Pennsylvania, this place eerie ghost towns.
10. Epping Forest, England.
Epping Forest is probably best known as the place for at least one of the murders committed by a robber Dick Turpin in the 18th century. Huge timber, which extends over 23 square kilometers, is covered with thick trees.