Whether you believe it or not, but there are too many spooky stories in the world. And these are not only stories. there are places. There are many places in the world which are haunted but Here is the list of Top 10 Most Haunted Places In The World. Hope, you will enjoy this list.
The Tolbooth in Aberdeen has a very bad and dark past.
In starting, it was the prison of the housing member of the Jacobite revolution.
And after that kidnapped children hold there and sold into slavery American colonies.
With this, there are many paranormal activities associated with this place.
Because of this, visitors have a very tight feeling of visiting this place.
Alcatraz is located in the San Francisco Bay. This place has been cited as one of the most haunted places in America.
This place is also cities as the most haunted prison in the country.
Prisoners, rangers and visitors have reported a lot of paranormal activities on Alcatraz.
These activities differed from whispering in cells to phantom figures in corridors. Also, the sounds of musical instruments and sewing machines.
Because of these paranormal activities, this place is not a tourist attraction.
Aradale Mental Hospital was an Australian psychiatric hospital. This place is also known as Ararat Lunatic Asylum.
It was once the place where the worst criminal in house housed.
This building stood for 130 years, and roughly 13,000 people died there.
Hospital staff reported about haunting talk, crying, moaning and footsteps.
17 people have died at this place since 1959.
Aboriginals say that a woman, who is separated from her lover, drowned herself.
According to aboriginals, that women haunts the pool and luring the men to join her in death.
People around this place reported seeing some apparitions and sound of someone crying.
Bhangarh Fort is one of the most haunted places in India.
It is also known as “Bhooth Mahel”.
This fort is the spot for encountering incidents like a ghost of the tantric shouting. A woman crying for help and the clicking sound of the bangles.
Lawang Sewu is said to be haunted, with too many tourists visiting to see ghosts.
This place was also taken over by Japanese in World war II. And Japanese converted this building into the prison. The basement of this building was used for executions.
The spooky story behind this place is the Dutchwomen committed suicide inside. And “headless ghouls” were reported talking.
Mary King’s close consists of many underground closes.
These closes would have originally been very narrow walkways with dwellings.
Many visitors have reported seeing apparitions of those peoples who died there.
A well known Japanese also visited the close and she came into contact with a little girl.
The little-told the Japanese that she died during the sickness of 1645.
Penang War Museum is also known as Ghost Hills.
This site is listed as one of Asia’s most haunted sites by National Geographic.
It was built as a defence fortress in the 1930s.
It’s said that a particular cruel Japanese officer is one of the ghosts that wonders the site.
Eastern State Penitentiary has appeared many times on paranormal activity programmes.
Too many visitors report countless ghostly activity here.
Previous prisoners made to wear sacks over their head by the guards.
This is thought caused by madness in some of the unfortunate prisoners.
Many visitors have heard crying from the cells. They also saw ghosts of prisoners.
Those ghosts still wearing sacks over their heads.
Waverly Hills Sanatorium is a closed sanatorium located in southwestern.
During 1800 and early 1900, many Americans were plagued by the “White Death”.
All the bodies left the hospital through a chute to the bottom hills.
Nowadays, there are reports of the mysterious figure seen roaming the halls.
Some visitors report a little child peeking around corners. And some reported an elderly woman bleeding from her hands and feet.
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