“Dark tourism is the academic name we give to sites that commemorate and remember disasters and atrocities. The common denominator is the fact that people died there in unnatural situations,” said Peter Stone, head of the Institute for Research Dark Tourism. The phenomenon is getting more and more popular every year, as tourists are more eager to visit these sites. There are many ethical questions surrounding the issue as well as the fear of a certain commercialization of these disaster destinations by individuals. Nevertheless, Tourism-Review.com presents a list of the top 7 dark tourism destinations.