1.The Nazca Plateau, Peru
Yeah i wanna see the drawings only visible from the air.
2. The Great Serpent Mound, Ohio
Earthen mounds are a big deal in the US, but this one is the most famous.
3.Ayre's Rock, Australia
Apparently the earth energies coming from that spot is the most acute in the world.
4.The Uffington Horse, Sussex, England
A giant horse carved into the chalky English countryside. Gotta see that.
5.The Bride Stones, England
Again. A giant monolith circle. primitive man was indeed strange
6.The Cave of the Swallows, Mexico
a large chasm kind of cave, it is a thing of beauty and wonder and I would love to see it.
7.Swineside Circle,Northern England
Apparently the legend is the devil used to visit the stone circle nightly, causing the stones to sink into the earth. Gotta see that.
8.Mary Queen's Close, Scotland
the old city that Edinburgh, Scotland is built on. Parts of it are open for tours, but i would LOVE to really explore whats hidden down there.
9.Chanctonbury Ring, England
A man levitated there once in the 70's and there as been odd energy disturbances there for centuries.
10.Boleskin House , Loch Ness, Scotland
Alestair Crowley, The great Beast of the occult, started a demon ritual there back in the day. He never finished it and to this day theres disturbances at the house, which is a bed and breakfast.
11.The Myrtles, Lousiana
One of the Country's oldest haunted homes. I would LOVE to visit.
12.The Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA
Gian Ocean liner thats supposedly haunted by several entities. Sign me up!
the Sauniere, the real one, not the Dan Brown fictional character, was a preist in France and when renovating an old church, he found something that caused him to doubt his faith. He put a devil in the entryway with the words "this place is terrible" and sunk quickly into the occult and died mysteriously, unable to recieve confession and his last rites.