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Japan’s Most Haunted Places

Would You Visit Any of these haunted places?

From the spirit of a world war 2 soldier visiting a military base to the tormented screams of murdered young girl, join us as we take a look at Japan’s most haunted places.

 

 

SSS Curve

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This site, known only as SSS Curve is found on the Japanese island of Okinawa. There is very little information about this haunted area, other than it’s meant to be a hot bed of psychic energy. One Japanese forum claims that several soldiers lost their lives here. Visitors to the site have reported feelings of intense nausea, dizziness, vomiting and even hallucinations. One man even said he felt a ghostly hand rest on his shoulder when walking through the woods.

Field Hospital, Kanagawa Prefecture

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At the old military base known as Sagami Depot in Kanagawa Prefecture, there is a seldom used field hospital that is said to be rife with paranormal activity.

The military police often send new recruits to the field hospital to test them. Patrols often report windows ajar, doors that had been locked left wide open, even though they had been checked the night before. There’s often disembodied whispers heard in the abandoned rooms. Shadow figures have been sighted roaming the grounds despite the field hospital having not been used in years.

These reports have come from both the Japanese and American soldiers.

Round Schoolhouse Ruins, Hokkaido

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Formally the Numahigashi elementary school in Bihai City, this round schoolhouse is said to be a hot spot for paranormal activity.

Built in 1906 as a learning centre, it was used as an elementary school through the 40s, 50s and 60s, becoming abandoned in the early 70s. There are reports of children going missing in the later years of the school. Locals warn people not to visit the abandoned school yard as they often hear terrible noises coming from the nearby forest. Now they say anyone who enters the crumbling ruin disappears or returns insane.

Camp Hansen, Okinawa

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This is one of Japan’s most haunted places. Camp Hansen is a United States Marine Corps. base located in Okinawa, Japan. Inside the compound, at the infamous ‘Gate 3’, many soldiers have reported strange activity. It is said that every weekend a soldier dressed in World War 2 fatigues approaches the gate. He is covered in blood, with a cigarette hanging from his mouth. He asks the on duty guard for a light then vanishes from sight.

There are reports of this gate being closed altogether because of this haunting. Some Japanese guards refused to be posted there.

 

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