Italian artist and actress Domiziana Giordano, Italian author Francesca Sanvitale, Dino Trappetti and Umberto Terrelli dining al fresco on a terrace overlooking the waters off the coast of the island of Capri, Italy, in August 1980.
Poveglia Island, in the Venetian Lagoon, Italy, is surrounded by a
number of spine-chilling legends and is described by locals as the ‘most
haunted place on Earth. The 18-acre plot of land was
once a quarantine station for people with infectious disease and a mass
burial ground for plague victims who were sent there to be burned. According to historical estimates as many as 150,000 people died on the island. Local authorities have closed off the island in an effort to protect the public but recently the island was sold to a businessman to raise capital. (Source)