of Transylvania because of its paranormal reputation.
Over the years, reports have linked the region with UFOs, ghosts and missing people.
So would you dare to visit?
It spans around 700 acres in size and is believed to be where hundreds of Romanians have gone missing.
Hoia Baciu was first seen as an area of interest when a shepherd went missing there.
The centuries-old legend states that the man disappeared without a trace – along with his 200 sheep.
In 1968, Emil Barnea insisted that he spotted an extraterrestrial body in the sky.
While this sighting has never been proven, other tourists have reported similar occurrences.
Some also recall an unnerving feeling that they were being watched by a paranormal presence.
Some choose to walk around the infamous forest by themselves, while others feel more reassured in a guide’s company.
There are a variety of different tours that take place at Hoia Baciu, with some focusing on the ghostly legends associated with the region.
Some visitors have taken to Tripadvisor to reveal all about the spine-tingling experience.
Another added: “We came to the forest just before nightfall.
“There were no gimmicks, no fake stories, nothing made up just to scare us – just the enjoyment of nature and the wonderful stories.
“This experience is definitely what you make it – if you choose to be engaged with nature, you will love it, and if you choose to be afraid of the dark you will be scared.
“If you choose to meet an entity you just might get that chance too.”
So would you dare to step foot into the creepy forest.
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