Based on nothing except visual evidence, I’m convinced that all of Estonia is actually haunted. There’s a thick chill in the countryside that envelops you like the ghosts of Estonians past. All the landscapes in the country are super creepy, and Tallinn isn’t too far behind.
One of three hooded monk statues in the Danish King’s Garden, Tallinn.
The stairs to the tower of St. Olaf’s Church in Tallinn… also clearly haunted.
This photo was taken during the day, but in haunted Tallinn, day is night.
Imagine all the tortured souls stuck in this abandoned prison.
Sure, Lahemaa National Park is beautiful, but doesn’t this bog look like it would be hiding at least one dead body?
No, that’s not a screenshot from season 1 of True Detective. That’s creepy ass Estonia.
The forests of Lahemaa look hazy because they’re full of ghosts.
Frozen water on Kolga Bay.
I could live here.
The water fades into the sky in 100% of all bay-front views in the Kuusalu Parish.
There are no restaurants here. Only quiet strangers staring at you from their back yard while you drive by.
“No it’s cool. We’ll just be on our way.”
This is basically the perfect representation of Estonia.
Koguva Village is Estonia’s most adorable creepy town.
For sale: Quaint haunted barn in Muhu, Estonia.
I’m not sure why there’s a shoe on this doorway, but it probably keeps away whatever ghoul eats the children.
The tunnel into Kuressaare Castle.
The view from the walls of Kuressaare Castle. If you look closely, you can see the faces of the castle’s previous inhabitants in the water.
The sun is not allowed to shine in haunted Estonia.
This is just a cat.