Are you fascinated in the paranormal happenings that left a place haunted? Here is the list of 10 most haunted places around the world that triggers a pure hair raising experience. These best haunted places across the world you would give you the real jolt. Have a look and travel through the world of these paranormal mysteries!
Known as the haunted Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum, this is one of the creepiest places located at Victoria, Australia. This decommissioned hospital with the capacity of about 1200 patients is said to be possessed with the souls of those patients who died in its 130 year history. The asylum surrounded with 106 hectares of farmland is open for visitors equipped with all sorts of recreational amenities.
The Princess Theatre, known to be a host to a supernatural spirit named Frederici is located at Melbourne, Australia. Frederici, an Italian baritone singer fell beneath the stage during his performance at The Princess Theatre and lost life due to heart attack. However the theatre was considered haunted thereafter and was believed to hold the spirit and always maintained an open seat for the spirit at every night performance.
The Bhanghar Fort considered as India’s most haunted place is one of the greatest unsolved mystery. Behind the mystery of the fort lies the story of a wizard who fell in love with the princess of Banghar, cursed the town to become uninhabitable as the princess stood against his wishes. However the town was invaded and pillaged and people abandoned the fort. The Archaeological Survey of India forbids anyone from staying at the fort once the sun goes down and the fort is continued to be haunted.
Aokigahara- Japan’s globally infamous suicide forest where hundreds of people killed themselves amidst the dense trees and vines is considered to be one of the top haunted place. It is said that local police do annual sweeps to clean up the bodies and the suicide counts remains hidden due to the fear that it may encourage suicides. The forest remain haunted and is believed to possess the souls of the suicide victims. However the forest is now filled with sign boards for the suicide visitors to reconsider.
The Iulia Hasdeu Castle is a folly house built by Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu in the form of small castle at Campina, Romania. The castle built in remembrance of his 19-year-old daughter, Iulia was further used for spiritual exercises that left the castle haunted. Several reports claimed that Iulia haunts the castle still and was visible walking through courtyard dressed up in white holding daisies.
The Hell Fire Club, one among the popular destination for tourists and ghost tours is surrounded with the horrific tales of black masses, animal sacrifice and murder mysteries. This hunting lodge located on Montpelier Hill is known as the gathering place for a small group of Dublin elites for devil worship and debauchery.
You can still notice a squish beneath the red carpet at the Manila film center, an evidence of the rush job done to beat the deadline that claimed the lives of an unquantified number of construction workers. The site collapse that took place during the final stage of construction buried about 169 workers in quick-drying cement and it is still believed that several bodies still remain entombed in the structure. The film center is said to be a haunted piece of mystery and is believed to possess the souls of the workers killed during a tragic construction accident.
Dragsholm slot used to house prisoners of noble or ecclesiastical rank is thought to house several ghosts as well. With the historical and ghostly facts intermingled, Dragsholm Castle in Denmark is said to be haunted with hundreds of ghosts with a grey lady, a white lady, and the ghost of one its prisoners, James Hepburn centered mainly.
One of the famous hauntings that haunt the Raynham hall in the United Kingdom is a Brown Lady wearing a brown brocade dress who lost her life while being locked up in this haunted spot. The brown lady caught wide attention when a photographer from Country life magazine snapped an iconic picture of the ghost who freed to haunt the castle.
Similar to the tale of the brown lady, the Chateau de Chateaubriant reveals the haunted story of a woman locked in a castle. Chateau de Chateaubriant in France is said to be haunted with the spirit of Francoise de Foix who dies under mysterious circumstances. However it is believed that every year, on Oct. 16 she walks the halls of the Château and haunts the castle.