4. Island of the Dolls, Mexico
If you’re not freaked out by the nightmarish collection of broken and dismembered dolls hanging from the trees on La Isla de las Muñecas, you’re made of steel. It was created by a hermit named Don Julian Santana who lived on a small island in the canals south of Mexico City. Apparently he found the remains of a young girl there and wanted to appease her spirit by scavenging discarded dolls for her to play with. While his intentions were sweet, the resulting assemblage of dishevelled and decapitated heads with vacuous eyes dangling from every branch will give you chills.