Top 10 Most Haunted Places Of The World!
Everybody has always been fascinated with Ghost Stories and Haunted Places. If you plan on taking a trip to some spooky place, here is a list of top 10 Haunted places from around the world!
10. Berry Pomeroy Castle, Totnes
Berry Pomeroy is a 14th century castle with which a number of stories are associated and is famous for being haunted. The 2 famous ghosts talked about this castle are the White lady and the Blue lady. White Lady is said to be the spirit of Margaret Pomeroy who died starving and imprisoned in dungeon by her cruel sister and is meant to haunt the dark dungeons. On the other hand that Blue Lady is supposed to lure people and take them to ruin them and is not confined to particular areas… It’s not at all a good thought to bother her!!!
9. Dominican Hill, Baguio City, Philippines.
Dominician Hill is said to be haunted by the spirits of those people who died during the fight. It is also heard that that the sufferers who despite having the hope to live died have turned into ghosts. People have reported sounds of doors and windows banging, clattering of dishes and plates and screams in the night
8. Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland
It has been reported that there are the echoes of the dead inside the lonely streets and big halls. The ghosts’ presence is felt in the prisons of the castle, vaults and Mary’s King Close- a street where the victims of plague were buried. People have also reported of ghost of dogs, a drummer without head and the dead bodies of people in prisons taken during the American and the French war time.
7. Borley Rectory, Essex, England
The most famous and one the most controversial haunted places of the 1920s and 1930s are of Borley Rectory in Britain. The sights and experiences witnessed by individuals can be explained in rational terms but some of them are still difficult to explain in the present time.
6. Monte Cristo, New South Wales, Australia
Monte Cristo is known as the most haunted house of Australia built in Junee, New South Wales. It is said that Mrs. Crawley in the remaining 23 years of her life never moved out of her house after her husband expired except for two times. After her death her room is haunted by her ghost. People have experienced body-less ghost, faces in the window pane, screams and horrifying voices turning off and on of lights. Some people also reported that they turned blue and got breathless when they entered the boy’s bed room.
5. Ancient Ram Inn, Gloucestershire, England
Ancient Ram Inn is an unsettling experience for those who believe in ghosts as well as for those who don’t. A house built on a pagan burial ground has everything that a haunted house has from creaky floorboards, stinky smells, and dim lights to cold bare walls.
4. Bhangarh Fort, India
Bhangarh Fort- one of the most haunted places situated in India that the Archaeological Survey of India has installed a board displaying that it is strictly prohibited to stay in that area after sunset as it is said that nobody returns from this place who stays after dark. This palace was cursed by a black magic tantrik so that everybody’ souls will remain trapped inside the fort premises without rebirth for centuries. A peculiar fact to be noted is the houses in the area which are constructed without roofs as whenever a the roof collapses, whenever it is built.
3. Highgate Cemetery, North London, England
Highgate Cemetry is Britain’s number-one ghost spot. It is known for its spectacular Gothic architecture, but by night it turns out to be a horror movie. Dark overgrown passages, headless angles covered ivy and gravestones between the tombs makes it even more horrifying.
2. Screaming Tunnel, Niagara Falls, Ontario
Screaming Tunnel is located off Warner Road and is one of the most enduring legends of The Niagara Falls. The tunnel runs beneath the railway tracks that connect Toronto and NYC to Niagara Falls. According to the locals, if you will light a matchstick in the middle of the tunnel at midnight, girl’s scream will be heard and the flame will be blown off.
1. Changi Beach, Singapore
During the Sook Ching battle of the Second World War Changi Beach was used as a ground by the Japanese soldiers. Thousands of Chinese were killed in this as they were suspected of being anti- Japanese. People have reported strange weeping and screaming and deep dig pits that needed for burials of dead bodies. Some beachcombers have found headless bodies of Chinese soldiers that make it more horrifying.