Recommendation by Lemi
Known locally as Ghost Hill, this open-air museum in Pulau Pinang, Malaysia, was a fort built by the British, invaded by the Japanese, and haunted by war victims. According to the museum, prisoners of World War II were tortured and executed on-site. Mannequins lie in dimly lit bunkers and barracks, displaying the atrocious acts. Instead of shying away from its reputation as a haunted fort, however, Penang War Museum has embraced it with overnight ghost tours.