You’ve ever seen something that gave you chills. Maybe a medieval tower or castle? Bored Panda has compiled a list of eerie structures from across the globe. The list contains properties that would not look at home in a haunted lair, such as the Russian hotel which looks unwelcoming and the church that seems to emit laser beams. Scrolling through these pages is a dangerous activity if you are nervous.
The Zarechye Hostel is a Russian building that some have identified as the Zarechye Hostel Dzerzhinskiy.
With green light illuminating the unusually-shaped exterior of Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Scotland is given an unsettling hue.
Oakley headquarters is located in Foothill Ranch, Lake Forest USA. Oakley means the sunglasses producer.
Unconventional structures identified as Nazi-built naval fire control towers, Guernsey or France by one commentator.
The spiky structure was identified as the bridge across the Gauja Valmiera Latvia by one reader. In better weather, it wouldn’t be as scary.
This cathedral, thought to be Uppsala Cathedral in Uppsala, Sweden, seems to be shooting laser beams out from its windows.
This bank in Frankfurt, Germany, gives off a sickly green glow, which makes it stand out even more from the surrounding quaint buildings.
Charite Research Facility for Experimental Medicine, (pictured), was once the Central Animal Laboratory of Berlin’s Free University of Berlin.
Readers online identified this structure as the Avala Tower, Belgrade, Serbia. It is a tall, 204.68m (672 feet) tall, telecommunications tower and can be found at Mount Avala.
Prague TV Tower, already an unearthly looking structure, was made even spookier by the addition of these figures created by artist David Černý in 2004. It was called “Babies”.
Because of its uncanny resemblance to the Tower in Lord of the Rings, the Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh, USA is sometimes called the “Eye of Sauron” online.
The Space Needle, a Seattle structure that is darkened by the night gives it a very ominous appearance.