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The 12 Creepiest Places in Australia Ever

The 12 Creepiest Places in Australia Ever

by Elana

For those of us outside of Australia. the stories of creepy bugs and animals are usually enough to terrify us but there's a whole lot more to the creepy side of Australia than giant spiders. In fact, if you live in Australia you might finally have something to be scared of (I assume you're all super brave because of the giant spiders.) These insanely creepy locations are spooky to look at and reading about their stories will surely send chills down your spine. Don't be surprised if you sleep with the lights on tonight!

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1. Quarantine Station

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One of Australia's most haunted locations, Quarantine Station goes from scenic and beautiful during the day to literally terrifying at night. Active in the 19th and 20th centuries, the island contained a hospital, jail, and quarantine station for people arriving to Australia by ship. Currently they host ghost tours where people report seeing things, figures, and glowing lights. People also report sensations of panic and terror and hear noises. SO CREEPY!

2. Monte Cristo Homestead

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Monte Cristo is strongly believed to be Australia's most haunted house, ever. It's absolutely grisly history of death and murder includes: a baby being thrown down stairs, a pregnant maid being thrown off of a balcony, and a child being burned to death. It is assumed that the spirits of these horrific deaths haunt the property to this day.

3. Larundel Mental Asylum

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The Psychiatric Hospital was closed in 1999 and the dilapidated building remained mostly empty aside from urban explorers until most of it was demolished. Although Larundel's history was of a great hospital, the crumbling, eerie location gives off some of the creepiest vibes imaginable and is believed to be haunted.