The Spookiest Locations In Egypt That Will Scare You From Head To Toe

All of us already know that Egypt is a country shrouded in mystery. There are so many unique places to visit there, and it has something to offer to anyone. That’s why it’s on the bucket list of so many people. It’s not only the pyramids that make Egypt so spectacular. There are also numerous museums, guided safari tours, luxurious hotels, and breathtaking beaches. However, this country is also home to some of the creepiest locations on earth. Here are just some of the spookiest locations in Egypt that you should not miss out on.

Pyramids of Giza

One of Egypt’s spookiest locations are the Giza Pyramids, which have gained worldwide recognition. People have claimed to witness both floating and on-the-ground ghosts. They have a highly unwelcoming appearance and are dressed in styles from the early 20th century. Residents have reportedly claimed to hear voices warning them to leave the tombs alone.


Dahshur, the royal cemetery, is situated in the desert. It is believed to be home to a former military training facility. Nevertheless, despite there being no active training, some witnesses claim to have heard gunshots. Some training soldiers are rumored to have inexplicably passed away and may now be haunting the location. People claim that these soldiers traverse the entire region close to the training site constantly and randomly fire curiously loud gunshots into the air. People are not allowed to approach the training zone as a result.

Valley Of The Kings


For thousands of years, the Valley of the Kings served as the location for the tombs of kings and pharaohs. Many witnesses have reported seeing spectral Pharaohs wandering around their graves dressed as they once were. The valley’s night watchmen report hearing strange screams, footsteps, irate shouting, and clattering wheels. It’s a very eerie site to visit at night.

Wady El Natron Highway

The Wady El Natron Highway is a gloomy route that leads to the North Coast, where there have apparently been many mysterious and fatal accidents. Many motorists claim to have encountered spectral apparitions that were vying for their attention and may have even caused accidents. These ghosts prowl the area and feign reality, leading a driver to assume that he has struck a passenger. Drivers look for bodies to confirm, but they can’t find any. Others claim to have observed persons moving at the same pace as the car next to them but in solid bodies.

Baron Empain’s Palace

Once upon a time, a family lived in Baron Empain’s Palace, including the owner Baron, his wife, daughter, and other family members. According to legend, the Baron’s wife unexpectedly passed away in the palace after being upset by her husband’s adulterous affairs. The loss of her mother caused the daughter to become despondent, and she later inexplicably passed away at the palace. Nobody is certain how Baron died, too. The other family members eventually left the house. The palace is said to be haunted by ghosts because, despite being deserted, nearby residents and guards claim to have seen them and heard strange sounds.

Kanita Bajrami

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