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    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    • Hello From the Other Side: Most Mysterious and Haunted Places in the World
    The famous ghost story and legend of Stow Lake in San Francisco has been circulating for nearly 100 years. It is rumored that if someone goes to Stow Lake at night, weird occurrences take place. Many call Golden Gate Park a "paranormal" place.

    Photo: Stow Lake, the largest of the manmade lakes in Golden Gate Park, offers boat rentals, San Francisco, the US.

    Sputnik has found out the best and safest places to see a ghost or see legendary sites surrounded by myths and legends.

    Who doesn't enjoy telling and hearing scary campfire stories? Even if you do not believe in them, everyone has a chance to see the "other" world with their own eyes. From haunted castles and a "paranormal" park to mysterious tunnels and valleys — the world is full of wonders, legends and myths that haven't been explained yet.

     

     

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