This Subreddit Shares Photos of Buildings That Look Evil

Have you ever stumbled across a building that sent a shiver down your spine? Perhaps a Victorian hospital, or an imposing skyscraper towering above you is enough to made you shudder.

The subreddit r/EvilBuildings allows people to share photographs of some of the most evil looking buildings they have come across. The forum celebrates houses, structures and towers that could easily be home to a super villain or evil corporation.

Are there any evil-looking buildings in your town? Share your own horrifying haunts with us. Here’s some of the best submissions to the Evil Buildings subreddit.

The Four Horsemen Bring a Blood Moon

Just a scenic country road

The Secret Sealed Door of the Ancient Padmanabhaswamy Temple

The Central Bank of Iraq – Known as ‘The Blood Bank’

Riverside Museum, Glasgow, UK

Oakland Mormon Temple – or Vampire Hideout

The bridge that Loki built

The villainous Lausward Power Plant

Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland

Train station in Aarhus, Denmark (The perfect setting for a gritty Thomas and Friends reboot)

Knockderry Castle, Scotland

The Big Pink, A College house in Portland, Oregon

The Nakagin Capsule Tower in Shimbashi, Tokyo, Japanaka a horrifying sci-fi prison

The DC Tower, Vienna

Frankfurt DZ Bank Westend Tower

US Air Force Academy Chapel, Colorado

Crescent Moon Tower, Dubai

Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral, Clermont-Ferrand, France

The End Of Days In Seattle

Mosque in Yemen

The Charles Bridge, Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic

The National Parliament House in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Al Tijaria Tower in Kuwait