Top 10 Scary Places In China You Shouldn’t Visit Alone

Top 10 Scary Places In China You Shouldn’t Visit Alone


Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing
Top 10 Channel on the internet. I am your host, Rebecca Felgate and today
we are talking about the Top 10 Scary Places In China You Shouldn’t Visit Alone. Shall we laugh as I try and pronounce the
names of these places?! What is the scariest place YOU have ever been
alone? Let me know! 10 – The Suicide Mall
The Liwan Plaza in Guangzhour has been dubbed the Suicide Mall because of the spate of deaths
that have happened at the mall over the past 15 years. While over a dozen of these deaths have been
ruled as suicide, some people swear that a super natural force has pushed people over
the railings and into the concourse. Weirdly the mall’s name in Chinese symbols
looks a lot like the word for corpse and a lot of locals consider the shopping centre
to be cursed. Why is it cursed, ah…well..it all boils
down, like it so often does, to an ancient burial ground. When the mall was built, it seems that the
construction team unearthed 8 empty coffins and a Qing Dynasty sacrificial chamber. Taoist Priests later came in to examine the
site and told the developers that the coffins were brought in to deter evil spirits and
would have continued to ward off evil had they not been disturbed…. But they were. Now strange noises and death plague the mall….soo…probs
wouldn’t fancy popping there for a spot of solo shopping. Often hailed as the most Dangerous Place in
China – 9 we have the East Taihang Glasswalk The bridge in the Taihang Mountain is both
thrilling and terrifying. The glass platform is 3,800 in the air and
is affixed to the mountainside. If you have vertigo, you would not be feeling
so great standing on this glass bottomed walkway, staring down into the abyss. There are videos of people freaaaaking out
hard over walking on the bridge as fear and panic set in – but worse still, the bridge
features a joke cracking effect that have caused people to heavily freak out. Not only that, the effect also comes with
sound…and that really would get me. A lot of people have hailed the effect as
extremely cruel and dangerous, buuut china doesn’t care! 8 – Delingha Test sites
Not that you could get anywhere near it, but Delingha county is home to a worrying nuclear
test site. 12 years ago, Delingha was totally off limits
to foreigners. These days you can go there, but the bases
in the northern reaches of the country are army patrolled…. Buuut even if they werent, you really wouldn’t
fancy wading in to a nuclear waste land. There are 36 launch pads in and around Delingha. 7 – The North Korean Boarder
The North Korean Boarder is a dangerous place to be for obvious reasons and would be even
scarier if you were alone. There are some reports that the Chinese Military
might be up to something over there, too. Boarder regions are always sensitive places
to be, but the river that separates China and North Korea at Dadong is particularly
so. As a non Asian, you may encounter some issues
in the area. While the Dadong and Bridge of Friendship
area is safe enough for careful tourists, there are some parts of the china north Korea
boarder which are not well defined, and accidentally strolling into North Korean territory is a
genuine risk. 6 The Lotus Pond
The Lotus Pond in the University of Hong Kong looks like a place I would love to visit – it
is beautiful. I can imagine sitting here and doing some
quiet reflection. I would probably be okay to do this, but if
you are a man you shouldn’t ever come here alone. The pond is at the centre of a ghost story
involving a lost love. A young couple who would meet by the pond
planned to run away together. The girl arranged to meet her love by the
pond at midnight and they would start their journey, only he didn’t show up. As she headed home, worried and devastated,
she saw her boyfriend with another girl. She burst into tears and in her anguish, she
threw herself in the pond and drowned. To this day, if a man is walking alone by
the pond at midnight, he should be careful. If he sees a girl, he shouldn’t talk to
her as the story goes that the girls ghost appears after the stroke of 12 and looks to
drag men to a watery grave if they engage with her. 5 Chaonei No.81
This terrifying building is located in Beijing and is the centre of a lot of mysticism. This building is sometimes known as the Chaonei
Church as it is thought that it used to be used for religious purposes before it was
taken over by the communists . The house used to be owned by a Nationalist Party officer
but he fled to Taiwan, leaving his wife. She in turn hung herself in the house and
her screams are said to be heard wailing out to this day. To this day, the house, which is supposed
to be prime real estate, is abandoned and overgrown with Ivy. Some say that a number of those who have entered
the house have not left…. Sooo I am guessing you absolutely don’t
want to go here alone! This scary house was the setting for a Chinese
horror film in 2014 called The House That Never Dies…. Rightio then. 4 – The Tomb of Qin Shi Huang
The tomb of the former Chinese Emperor, Quin Shi Haung, was discovered when the Terricotta
army was unearthed. The Emperor was largely considered to be the
first Emperor of China, having unified 6 fighting states. His death in 210 BC was a big deal, and he
entered the afterlife with terracotta replicas of his army, his horses, his family and his
servants. The terracotta army was discovered in 1974
in Xi’an, and is a pretty special if eerie place. The thing is – the actual mausoleum – the
burial chamber of the Emperor is out of bounds. The Chinese government simply will not let
you in. Excavations are banned and if you were caught
there, you’d have the answer to armed guards. Beyond that, who knows what spooks lay in
wait. It is said the earth near the tomb is booby
trapped. Also, we all know what happened when the Egyptian
tombs were opened. You don’t want to be dealing with that pestilence. Especially not alone. 3 – Subway Line 1
In Beijing, I would be pretty terrified to ride Subway Line 1 alone. The Line was the first constructed in 1965
and its build was fraught with accidents including broken equipment and injury or deaths to workers. It seems that the original build disturbed
souls whose graves were disturbed as construction was taking place. As a result, monks were brought in to pacify
the spirits. The monks promised the spirits that the metro
would close before 11pm as it is said the dead like to rest between 11 and 1am. Riiight. Was that the governments way of taking night
trains off the menu? To add spookiness to an already potentially
haunted situation – There are 4 ghost stations on Subway Line 1, two of which are located
in the Military region. An abandoned station on a haunted train line? Rather you than me, mate. 2 – Forbidden City
China’s Forbidden city is said to be deeply haunted. The Forbidden city is an imperial palace from
the Ming Dynasty to the Qing dynasty. The world heritage landmark gets its name
from a time when public entrance was forbidden except for members of the imperial family. The complex has seen some ghastly things over
the years, including numerous executions and murders. Since 1925, the Forbidden City has slowly
been opening up to visitors and now 75 percent of it is available for viewing, however there
are still some secret rooms and courtyards you are not allowed to visit. The chances of you being alone in the day
in the city are pretty slim seeing as around 16 million people visit annually, but at night….well…that
is a scarier time. Night staff have reported some terrifying
things including strange animals, ghost dogs, a menacing presence and a weeping woman in
white. I really…really wouldn’t fancy being alone
here at night. 1 – The Gobi Desert
The Gobi Desert borders China and Mongolia and is not a place to be visited solo. Aside from deserts being stressful places
for solo trips anyway because of the harsh elements and the isolation, this desert in
particular is said to be home to the legendary Mongolian Death Worm. The Mongolian Death Worm first came to light
in the west when explorer and naturalist Roy Chapman Andrews wrote about his expedition
into the Gobi Desert in 1926 – it is said to be between two to five feet long – so
up to 1.5 metres. It is supposed to be shaped like a sausage
with neither a head or a tail and is poisonous that touching it would cause instant death. Not only that, some accounts saying that the
worm spews deadly sulphuric acid and emits a similarly deadly electrical charge. Venturing into a desert on your own is a bad
idea, but how would you face the Mongolian death worm solo? SO that was the Top 10 Scary Places In China
You Shouldn’t Visit Alone! Which did you think was the scariest? What is the scariest place you have ever visited
alone. Comments:
Kerry Ann said: I’m a pretty tough cookie and dont scare easy… but I could never ever
do a ouija board! No chance! It really scares me.? Recording My Reacting Said: I love your videos! Me and my sister love your videos, we make
it our top priority to watch them every Friday! Your videos are so interesting and gave me
some good stories for Halloween. Keep up the good work!? Delaney Zadin said: I’ve never used an ouija
board but I do have a creepy story about one. I was living in Sweden and I got a Skype call
from my mom, she said there was a package for me addressed to my US address. She asked if I had ordered anything. I hadn’t ordered anything so I asked her
to open it and show me what it was. It was a themed ouija board. There as no return address, both me and my
mom were freaked out and I thought maybe a friend had sent it to me for Christmas. Nope. None of my friends had sent me an ouija board. We didn’t know where it came from, or who
sent it. I never used it because I’ve heard stories
of things happening, so it sat in a drawer for 4 years until I recently gave it away
to another friend of mine who actually wanted it.?

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  3. Scariest place is school for me because I’m near we’re a lot of shootings are so I’m scared 😒

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  6. The scariest place I have been was the bathroom, there's a poop in the toilet but nones there. 😱

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  12. Rebecca I love your necklace it's so beautiful and you couldn't pay me to walk on that glass bridge the devil is a lie πŸ˜’

  13. The acariest place i gave ever been alone is my room. I sleep there. I saw a black thing in the mirror. I wanna move out. The mirror is body-sized (about 2 meters tall) and its behind my bed. Please help me! What should i do??😭πŸ˜₯

    Sorry for my broken english btw

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  15. The scariest things/place ive been to…….

    School
    No Wifi
    Math Exams
    Math Grades
    Parent with a belt and slipper
    Waking up in the middle of the night
    Going to our bathroom in the middle of the night
    And lastly….
    Fridge with no food and drinks inside
    Im not LYING

  16. Phone:wheres the scaries place you been alone?

    Me:hmmm either a nightmare or playing a game that has only me in it….so lonely ;-;

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