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These Amusement Parks Are Haunted, So Proceed With Caution

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A trip to an amusement park usually tends to be filled with family fun, a healthy dash of fear, and maybe a dose of nausea — that is — if you do ultimately decide to ride those spinning teacups. Sometimes, though, that little taste of fear takes a turn for the worst.

Some of these haunted amusement parks are abandoned while others are still running, supposedly overrun by thrill-seeking spirits. So take a look at these haunted amusement parks, below, and maybe stop by... if you dare.

These seven haunted amusement parks are the ultimate thrill:

1. Dadipark in Dadizele, Belgium

Dadipark is the oldest theme park in Europe, per The Vintage News. It was opened by a local pastor in 1950 as a slightly religious, inexpensive theme park. However, things went south when the cheap instability of the rides caused a number of accidents.

One of the worst accidents occurred in 2000 two years before it closed, when a 9-year-old boy lost his arm on the Nautic Jet ride. The park closed "for renovation" in 2002 and never re-opened, and the photos are seriously haunting.