The Creepiest Theme Parks in The World Only for The Bravest

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There is one thing that makes theme parks a quintessential part of the summer holiday. They have stands that are stocked with cold ice cream, and other seasonal foods we love to eat. More importantly, they have these various attractions that can make your adrenaline rush kick in.

This is why the theme park is known as the happy place to visit during the summer. But, not with these theme parks, we have listed below.

Click the next button below to find out what are the creepiest theme parks in the world and what makes them the creepiest. The reasons will definitely send a chill down your spine!

10. Spreepark, Berlin-Germany

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Spreepark, a game park located in Berlin has been abandoned since 2002. Speepark, formerly known as VEB Kulturpark Plänterwald was built by the East German socialist government in 1969. Kulti lasted long enough until the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years then.

After German reunification, the park was kept alive by the Senate and Spreepark Gmbh. Together with former Spreepark director Norbert Witte, they initially set a goal of modernizing the park to attract more visitors. Witte himself was a well-known and experienced performer at one of the attractions. In his most successful years, he managed to attract 1.5 million annual visitors to the fair.

Currently, Spreepark is no longer operating. All the remnants of the game lay there until they were eaten by rust and covered in weeds that grew wild. The large Ferris wheel in the park can spin on its own when hit by the wind, making a screeching sound that can give you goosebumps!

9. Six Flags, New Orleans-Louisiana

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Six Flags New Orleans, previously known as Jazzland, is a sinister shadow. The 140-acre park was only open to the public for the first five years it opened in 2000 until it was forced to close its doors when Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana in 2005.
The hurricane resulted in 80% of New Orleans was submerged in floods, and Six Flags was no exception. The theme park was submerged in water as deep as 6 meters. While the water dried up a month later, the attractions in the park were too damaged, and in 2006 it was decided to close for good.
Currently, no one is allowed to enter the Six Flags theme park. Police patrol around the park on guard.

8. Okpo Land, Okpo-South Korea

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In the 1990s, Okpo Land in Korea was once the most popular amusement park in Asia. However, after a series of gruesome accidents, the park is mysteriously closed, now only casting its shadow as a haunted vehicle.
The duck-themed rides, which are one of the main attractions in the park, are known to have caused at least one death in the early 1990s. A train derailed and fell to the ground, killing one person and injuring several others. The game continued and no compensation or apology was received, giving rise to rumors of the owner paying local officials.

In 1999, the duck-themed vehicle claimed another life. Once again, one of the carriages derailed and overturned causing the death of a young girl. Since then, the owner of Okpo Land disappeared without a trace. Finally, in 1999, Okpo Land officially closed.

7. Pripyat Amusement Park, Ukraine

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Pripyat Amusement Park was only open one day: April 27, 1986 - as an amusement park for Ukrainian refugees. The festive decorations still remain and have turned creepy. The reason is, this park is only one day old. The park had to be closed due to the Chernobyl tragedy, April 26, 1986.
The plan, the amusement park will officially open on May 1, 1986, but all plans changed. The towering Ferris wheel has become an icon of a nuclear disaster.
To date, the park still contains varying levels of radiation, although the concrete area is largely safe. The area under the Ferris wheel has the highest radiation levels in an amusement park. The park has been abandoned for decades without being touched by human hands. Pripyat Amusement Park is a horror place!

6. Gulliver's Kingdom - Japan

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Gulliver's Kingdom is based on the famous novel Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift. In the center of the garden lies a giant model of the novel character, Lemuel Gulliver, who is tied to the ground. This is the famous scene where Gulliver is captured by the little people in Lilliput.
The park was built next to Mount Fuji near Aokigahara, Japan's famous 'suicide forest' and close to the former headquarters of Aum Shinrikyo, the sect responsible for 13 deaths in the 1995 Tokyo sarin gas attack. Gulliver's Kingdom opened in 1997, but four years later it was forced to close due to lack of visitors. Now the rest of the playground is neglected with the large statue of Gulliver lying in the middle of the park which is enough to give a spooky impression. However, coupled with its location close to the "suicide forest" is guaranteed to make you refuse to stop by.

5. Geauga Lake, Bainbridge Township and Aurora - Ohio

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Photo: Youtube / Nick Nebelski
Geauga Lake is an amusement park in Bainbridge Township and Aurora, Ohio. This park was established in 1887. Around 1969 this amusement park was sold to Funtime, Inc and was expanded over the years with additional rides and amenities. In 1995, Funtime was acquired by Premier, and they re-branded Geauga Lake as Six Flags Ohio.

In 2004, this amusement park had 2.7 million visitors, but around 2007, visitors' attendance has fallen to 700,000. Finally, on September 16, 2007, this amusement park closed until now. This amusement becomes one of the creepiest places to go since there are no visitors for a long time.

4. Dreamland, Margate, England

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Photo: Instagram @dreamlandmargate
This amusement park opened in 1880 as Bembom Brothers White. 'Sea on Land' was installed in early 1880 as the first attraction of the park. In 1980, the public was excited by the arrival of a slew of new rides, including the white knuckle looping coaster, the Looping Star. There was also a Pirate Ship, the Ladybird children's coaster, and Cinema 2000, an early 3-D cinema set up.

In 2008, some part of the Scenic Railway was damaged by fire after an arson attack on 7 April 2008. Since then, the amusement becomes creepy. Luckily in 2015, the park re-opened, and the fee to enter the park was £14.95.

3. Dunblobbin, Crinkley Bottom Theme Park - England

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Photo: YouTube / CollidingPlanets Exploring
In 1990, there was a famous icon character from British called Mr. Blobby. This character inspired Noel Edmonds to make an amusement park for children who loves this popular television show character.
This park publicly opened in 1994 and pretty popular. Unluckily, in 1997, the amusement park was abandoned and left to decay while the rest of the park was renovated and turned into a hotel. Today, there are rumors that the site is haunted, and ghost-hunters often visit in the hopes of catching something supernatural on tape. If you think you are a brave person, don't miss this place. You will get a new experience that you have never felt.

2. Encore Garden, Taiwan

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Photo: YouTube / Brock in the World
Encore Garden is a now-abandoned theme park on the outskirts of Taichung, the third-largest city in Taiwan. This amusement park welcomed its first guest in 1981 and became one of the most popular attractions on the island. According to a reliable source, up to million visitors would come annually, and the park built a reputation as a place to visit for a good day out.

Unfortunately, in 1999, an earthquake killed 2,415 people, left a further 100,000 plus homeless, and caused billions of dollars of damage. It was the worse tremor to hit the country since 1935. Central Taiwan. This problem forced the owners to close Encore Garden permanently.

1. Dadipark, Belgium

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Photo: YouTube / ItzUltraxx
This amusement park is located in the south of Antwerp, Belgium. Dadipark also the oldest amusement park in Europe as it officially opened in 1950. At first, Dadipark was just a simple playground for the families visiting the nearby basilica. It later evolved into a separate theme park. In the 1980s, the park's schoolyard items were replaced with all kinds of amusement rides, and the park opened for tourists.

The purpose of Dadipark was to be an affordable entertainment for children. Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worst after a while, with a series of accidents provoked by the increasingly rundown rides. The most serious case is when a young nine years old boy lost his arm while on the famous Nautic Jet ride. After the accident, the park became a target of serious complaints about the safety of its rides. And finally, it's closed since 2002.
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