Top 5 Scary Locations On Google Maps


It is safe to say that Google Maps has revolutionized
our lives in a huge way, we no longer are confined to paper maps, but we’re able to
view places we want to visit on a computer screen in high definition. However, that being said, sometimes Google
Maps captures things that were never meant to be seen, or things that are far too disturbing
to look at and will most definitely keep you up tonight. So today on Top 5 Scary Videos, I’m going
to be counting down our list of the Top 5 Scary Locations On Google Maps. Before we begin though, be sure to stick around
until the end of the video where I’ll be responding to some of your comments. And with that, let’s jump in. 5 Abandoned Gas Masks
Pripyat, Ukraine is a ghost city in Northern Ukraine, near the Ukraine-Belarus border. Named after the nearby Pripyat River, the
city was founded on February 4, 1970, as the ninth nuclear city in the Soviet Union, to
serve the nearby Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. It was officially proclaimed a city in 1979
and had grown to a population of 49,360 by the time it was evacuated on the afternoon
of April 27, 1986, the day after the Chernobyl Disaster. This was of course a nuclear disaster that
occurred on Saturday April 26 in 1986, at the No 4 nuclear reactor in the Chernobyl
Nuclear Power Plant. It is considered the worst nuclear disaster
in history and is one of only two nuclear energy disasters rated at seven — the maximum
severity — on the International Nuclear Event Scale, the other being the 2011 Fukushima
nuclear disaster in Japan.Pripyat is now quite literally a ghost town with abandoned buildings
that won’t be inhabited for a very long time to come. Now, this has all been captured on Google
Maps where you can see the abandoned town stuck motionless in time. However, the creepiest sight in the whole
area has to be the room full of abandoned gas masks. Now, whether this is creepy because of the
sheer amount of them, or simply because they are child-sized located in an abandoned school,
I just don’t know. 4 Scientology Base
Also known as Trementina Base, this is a popular designation for a property of the Scientology-affiliated
Church of Spiritual Technology near Trementina, New Mexico. According to the Church, an entity formed
to manage the Church of Scientology’s copyright affairs, the purpose of the base is to provide
storage space for an archiving project to preserve Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s
writings, films and recordings for future generations. Hubbard’s texts have been engraved on stainless
steel tablets and encased in titanium capsules underground. This project began back in the 1980s. Now, this base looks absolutely terrifying
from Google Maps. It’s just two overlapping circles with diamond
shapes in their centers. It’s an odd creation which has caused some
people to believe that the real purpose of the base is to signal aliens making their
way to Earth. However, an ex-scientologist adamantly denied
this claim, and that instead it is to guide other members towards the works of L. Ron
Hubbard. 3 El Bronx, Colombia
The Bronx was a sector adjacent to the Plaza de Los Martires, in Bogota, belonging to the
National Voto neighborhood of the town of the same name, in the city center. During the second half of the twentieth century
it underwent a strong deterioration process, which after the dismantling of the neighboring
street of El Cartucho, became the main center for the sale and consumption of drugs. Now, this all began after the assassination
of leader Jorge Eliecer Gaitan and the popular uprising known as the Bogotazo, with The Bronx
undergoing a strong urban deterioration process along with the rest of the center. Together with the neighboring neighborhood
of Santa Ines, the sector was severely affected by the inauguration of the Salitre City Transportation
Terminal. Up until this point, this had worked informally
on Caracas Avenue, and its end resulted in the creation of the “pot” of El Cartucho,
a place that was subsequently dismantled and recovered, resulting in a new center of Crime
concentration known as The Bronx. In The Bronx, innumberable cases of drug microtrafficking,
human trafficking, forced prostituion, mutilation amd murder occurred since its creation, until
its last two years where Bogota police officers were bribed by the mafias of the sector to
allow drug trafficking in the area. It became one of the most crime-riddled regions
in the country, however, thankfully it doesn’t exist anymore. However, The Bronx still exists on Google’s
Street View. 2 Ariel Castro’s Blurred-Out House
Now, to begin, Ariel Castro was an absolutely disgusting person, as evil as they come. Back in 2002 to 2004 he kidnapped Michelle
Knight, Amanda Berry, and Georgina “Gina” DeJesus and held them captive in his home
in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. The three girls were imprisoned until May
6th, 2013, when Berry escaped with her six-year-old daughter, to whom she had given birth to while
imprisoned, and contacted the police. The women were rescued within hours and Castro
was arrested. Castro was ultimately charged with four counts
of kidnpping and three counts of rape. He pleaded guilty to 837 criminals counts
as part of a plea bargain and was sentenced to life plus 1,000 years in prison without
the possibility of parole. One month into his sentence though, he committed
suicide by hanging himself wth his bed sheets in his cell. So, how exactly is this crime related to google
maps? Well, the house Castro kept the women in can
be seen on Google Street View, however, the house is completely blurred out. I can’t tell what’s creepier, the idea
of seeing the house standing motionless, or seeing it blurred out. The latter somehow makes the seriousness of
the crime even more disturbing. 1 Nagoro, Japan
Nagoro, now known as Nagoro Doll Village is a village in the Iya Valley on the island
of Shikoku in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. It is known for the large quantity of realistic
dolls positioned throughout the village, in turn making Nagoro a tourist attraction. Now, the village itself is located on Route
439 in the Iya Valley, in a remote mountainous area. It formerly had around 300 inhabitants, however,
the decline in Japan’s population caused it to fall to 35 by January 2015, 30 as of
August 2016, and 27 by September 2019. Now, what is the backstory behind the village
and it’s unique dolls? Well, in the early 2000’s, Tsukimi Ayano,
whose family left the area when she was a child, moved back to Nagoro to look after
her father, and made a doll in his likeness that she placed in a field. Since that day she has made more than 400
dolls, and about 350 of them are in the village. Many of the dolls resemble former residents,
while others are invented people. Now, Ayano’s isn’t the only one to craft
these creepy looking dolls, others quickly followed in her footsteps. The village school, which ultimately closed
in 2012, includes a large number of dolls; in one classroom, two children are self-portraits
by the last two students to study there, who dressed them in their own clothes. The village has since become a tourist attraction
and is now known as Nagoro Doll Village, which you can easily spot on google maps. Well, there we have it! Do you guys agree with our list? Were there any scary locations that we missed? Leave us all your thoughts and feelings in
the comments down below and perhaps we can do a part 2. Before I go though, I just want to respond
to a few comments from one of our last videos, Top 5 Scary Subterranean SCP Monsters – Part
2. Jiro-Sama said: “I hope Lucy notices me”
— Chris Plays said: “Does this woman eat or
drink anything, she is so pale.” — Nyarlathotep Lives said: “Lucy, you look
tired were you up having nightmares.” — Rebel 855 said: “Lucy is definitely one
of my weirdest crushes” — Dayrocket boom said: “2:37 did anyone else
hear ” — And on that note, if you haven’t already,
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