Anyone know any of the scariest, most disturbing places to explore in miami?
By - Snoo80975
The grove has some spooky above ground graves like they have in New Orleans
Thats a historic cemetery from the 1800s and theyre above ground bc that was typical for below sea level places.
It has the graves of the early Bahamian settlers of the grove. Nothing haunted but supposedly Thriller video people scouted it for pre production and replicated it for the video.
Drive on palmetto.
At 4:30 with a plane to catch at 6.
In torrential rain, but make sure to turn on your hazards.
This comment is golden 😄
You just gave me trauma.
Coral Castle is kinda creepy.
yet no one has ever so figured how he could of moved those coral rocks by himself
This cracked me up, he was obsessed with a teen that didn’t like him, he was a total creep.
They say once you move with your family to the suburbs, life as you know it is gone
They say the ghost of Hugo Chavez haunts Doralzuela till this very day
Doral is beautiful!!
Is that place by Krome and 8st still scary?
The building you’re referring to (at least I think the one you’re referring to) was demolished a few years ago to expand Krome Ave.
Are you talking about the old NIKE site with the CIA listening post which turned into a paintball site?
AKA the "insane asylum"
Damn. I used to play paintball out there 20 years ago. Memories.
Coral castle is still open
Coral Castle Museum
28655 South Dixie Highway
Miami, FL 33033
The biltmore is supposedly hauntec
[A History Of The Biltmore, Miami's Best Known Creepy Hotel](https://www.wlrn.org/culture/2014-10-30/a-history-of-the-biltmore-miamis-best-known-creepy-hotel)
Down in the glades down aerojet road all those old abandon buildings are kinda creepy
The old abandon hospital by the highway. Forget which highway left miami about 2 years ago. If im not mistaken its by a Jewish school
Parkway West Medical Center. I went late at night in the early 00's right after it closed. Very creepy place. Lots of old equipment and furniture were left behind. I bet the inside is in extremely poor shape and way more dangerous now. A guy fell to his death there last year.
You can't breath the air in there. Gotta wear a mask but it is accessible
It is on the Golden Glades interchange.
Last time I went passed there I saw 2 kids in the back hanging out dressed in wolverine and Homer Simpson costumes
Was it around Halloween? I know they throw parties during the season.
Military bunker by Hardy Matheson
I95 North during rush hour. Shit is terrifying
Lol I was about to say the same
He/she can visit both of our houses then 🤣
Miami Marine stadium. Especially at night.
There’s that one place that has all the graves out of the ground. Creeped out my friend pretty bad.
We don’t really have creepy places here. We have some historical spots that might be of interest to read up on (I wouldn’t even say visit, there’s nothing to see at these places). Like The Arch on 8th street and 172nd ave. It was built as the entrance to a community that was never developed. In the 80s two men shot a guy, robbed him of his car and guns and dumped him in this area. He survived and crawled out. The guys that shot him were bank robbers and they had been hitting the city hard in the 80s. The FBI set up a sting operation right near US1 and about 122nd street. They got ambushed by the robbers and two FBI agents were killed in a shootout, along with the robbers. There is a made for TV movie about it, and it features a scene with the attempted murder I mentioned. There’s a plaque in the spot where the FBI officers died.
Also near this area is the former site of the Serpentarium. A guy built a reptile zoo, basically. In the 70s a kid fell in the alligator pit and was killed. The owner jumped right in and shot the gator, burying it on the property. He eventually closed up shop and sold the land. There’s a little plaque in the area that says the Serpentarium was there. So all these restaurants, banks and medical offices could be sitting on top of the bones of a mankiller alligator.
Like I said, nothing to see but little pieces of Miami’s history are everywhere.
And thanks to the owner Bill Haast who was also a scientist we have antidotes for snake bites. He believed that snake venom could cure arthritis,lupus and various illnesses. He lived till he was 100 years old
There’s some derelict buildings downtown. I’d wager you’d find a mummy or two lurking around one of those… or a wolf spider
The grove playhouse, the school of arts and minds is abandoned and the deauville hotel in south beach. Don’t forget about the abandoned hospital in Miami Gardens.
South beach during spring break.
Curtis mansion in Miami springs
Arch Creek park in North Miami. Nobody goes there. Dense with trees. Has a natural ‘stone bridge’ and main building showcases various artifacts. Settlers used the spot in the 1800s. Tequesta native people inhabited it for thousands of years before that. Massive creepy vibes.
PS. There is a Tequesta burial mound literally in the middle of the road in El Portal off of 85th street. It’s a residential area so ‘meh creepy’ imho
Overtown is next area to be developed.
Especially with Wynwood so close. Locals are doing a good job fighting it tho. I remember parking on the edge of Wynwood once & a couple guys on the corner told me straight up they’d jack my shit as soon as I was out of sight. Got back in the car & parked elsewhere. Not my proudest moment but I got the message loud & clear
Still has a bit to go. Two girls got attacked a few weeks ago while I was there in plain sight by some deranged insane bum, we had to call the police. Not good.
They sound like the nicest criminals I’ve ever met. You deserve to get jacked if you leave your stuff there after they warned you.
That’s true though.
Gentrification happened In coconut Grove
Yes, thank god. Can we stop pretending like it was a bad thing?
It's a good thing if you don't care about what happens to the people and family's that lived in the area. It's a bad thing If you do.
“If you don’t care” - oh no, poor them, they sold their house for sky high rates. Oh no, they were renting and lost absolutely nothing.
Where’s the loss? Exactly how is an area improving and becoming more valuable harmful?
I hate being able to walk to my car after dinner without fearing for my life 😠
Sistrunk in Ft Laudeedah is apparently being gentrified.
With the way the population is expending down here and how things are being built up, soon everything will be rebuilt and drab.
Everything from the water until 7th Ave up to 163rd street is in full gear being developed.
By vultures who can go f themselves.
Oh shit they were asking for like spooky Halloween type scary. My bad. I still say go walk around over town at 2 am if you want to be scared.
No its not. Shits dangerous all types of races there.
Actually Miami Beach is the most scariest and dangerous place. Overtown and Liberty City is Beverly Hills compared to the beach
Not really man. The beach in the residential areas aren't really bad
Miami Beach isn't scary at all... quite opposite actually.
so what is it paradise ? Polluted beaches, poor infrastructure, poor government, violent crime is way up, struggling businesses .. it’s a shit hole.
I guess for you, it's all those things.
The world must be a scary place from your perspective if Miami Beach, of all places, is so intimidating.
I guess my comments somehow struck a nerve with you. It must bother you that not everyone has the same view of the shit hole (Miami Beach) as you do. Gosh, I’m so sorry if I offended you on my view of the shit hole. 🤣
Not at all...you're the one who felt compelled to share your fear of "Miami Beach" with the world.
If you're so sensitive about what scares you, don't post it in Reddit for others to see.
Villa Paula Mansion is said to be the most haunted place in Miami.
Meh, the current owners concocted a story about a previous resident being buried in the backyard. The New Times thoroughly [debunked that shit.](https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/is-miamis-former-cuban-consulate-villa-paula-really-haunted-11297543).
I had not seen that! Thanks for sharing!
Isn't one of the points of the Bermuda Triangle in Ft Lauderdale? Anyone know the exact spot?
The pork n beans projects when they before they tore them down
Little haiti after 7pm
Overtown at midnight
Deering Estate overnight...from main building, head out back towards the water. Stop about halfway around 3am. A supply ship exploded while docked there long ago. Sometimes, you can see an apparition hovering above the water staring back at you...
Not so much a back story beyond the explosion of the supply boat mentioned.
3am is the "witching hour" where the physical and spiritual realms are closest. In theory, this makes it easier to cross from one to the other. The Deering Estate was found to be haunted by a paranormal research team hired to investigate the area. So, given that the boat explosion took several lives, and that their passing was sudden, 3am marks the best time to possibly see something unexplained.
I've been there at this time, and I can tell you firsthand things can get weird.
I was on the paranormal research team that did the investigation.. so we stayed overnight. I think around Halloween they host late night events btw...
Any restaurant in a strip mall with the specials on the windows, add extra fear if they are written with a thick sharpie.
Down Town after dark.
Shark Valley!!!! I still don’t understand how there isn’t an eaten passer by every week.
Shark valley is only scary if you ride bike at night otherwise it’s beautiful.
Yeah, yeah thats what I meant at night. The hundreds of alligators that are within feet of you are sleeping during the day…lol.
Ive been when its filled with gators whoa are awake and they never tried anything. Im more afraid or riding bike on the sidewalk down 8th street where ive witnessed multiple people being killed individually
OverTown, Allahpattah and Liberty City after dark.
I-95 during rush hour.
Following. I was thinking the same recently
The aqua caves
Not in Miami but in PSL there is the Devil Tree in Oak Hammock Park. Haunted because of a serial killer. Google it and you will get directions there.
My bedroom. Seriously
Stay around club space or eleven past 3AM (zombie time )
Chief Avocados house
Downtown at 8am on Sunday Morning close Space and Club 11 :-)
Downtown Flagler street
The christmas palace store
Hialeah. Nobody speaks English and they get mad at you for not speaking Spanish.