In 2018, Netflix released a documentary , "Dark Tourist," in which David Farrier, a curious journalist interested in all things macabre, travels to various countries around the world to explore dark, disastrous and peculiar destinations.
Over the course of eight episodes, the crew explores haunted houses, radioactive towns, serial killer tours and Voodoo festivals. This type of tourism is typically associated with areas affected by disasters and public tragedies, a controversial interest to say the least. Some travelers find it voyeuristic and thrilling while others even find it educational.
If you have what it takes to walk in the final footsteps of JFK, hear the stories of famous serial killers or wander graveyards and catacombs, maybe you're more of a dark tourist than you think.