There are many mysterious islands around the world that have eerie stories associated with them.

The island of Poveglia in Italy is believed to be haunted due to its use as a quarantine station during the bubonic plague.

The island of Hashima in Japan, also known as "Battleship Island," is abandoned and is rumored to be haunted by the ghosts of former residents.

The Easter Island in Chile has mysterious statues called Moai, and there are rumors of an ancient curse on the island.

The Island of the Dolls in Mexico is filled with creepy dolls hanging from the trees, and legend has it that they were placed there to appease the spirit of a drowned girl.

The island of Socotra in Yemen has unique flora and fauna, and there are tales of giant snakes and dragons living there.

The Island of the Dead in Russia is a former prison colony, and it is believed that the ghosts of prisoners still haunt the island.

The island of Gunkanjima in Japan was once a thriving coal-mining community but is now abandoned, and visitors report feeling a sense of unease and eeriness.

The Isle of Wight in England has many ghost stories, including sightings of a phantom coach and horses and a ghostly monk.

The Island of the Blue Dolphins in California is home to a lone woman who lived there for 18 years, and there are eerie stories of her ghost still wandering the island.