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Top 10 Most Haunted Places in the World

Top 10 Most Haunted Places in the World
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Most Haunted Places in the World

As kids, ghost stories used to fascinate us a lot and some of these scary sagas still haunt us. Undoubtedly, the world is splashed with places that have some spooky connection. Here, we bring you top 10 most haunted places in the worldthat are scary enough to give you that real jolt. So, be prepared for that hair raising experience as you scroll through this spine-chilling account.

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1. Bhangarh Fort, India

Located on the way to Alwar in Rajasthan, the fort is a cursed structure and one of the most haunted places of India. The legend says that a black magic sorcerer cursed the palace residents that they will die unnaturally and their spirits will haunt the fort forever. Another fact about this place states that village households in proximity to this fort area don’t have roofs. It is believed that whenever a house with a rooftop is built, it collapses. And most importantly, staying in the premises of the fort after dark is strictly prohibited by Archaeological Survey of India.

2. Highgate Cemetery, England

 

Highgate cemetery in North London is one of the most haunted cemeteries on earth and an ideal place for ghost hunters. As the dusk falls, the cemetery is engulfed in a supreme horror environment. Creaky pathways, headless statues, and untrimmed grass pavements with hooting of owls is sure to impart a spine-chilling experience. Gothic architecture and shivery silence of this place enhances its horror quotient.

3. Screaming Tunnel, Ontario 

 

Located beneath the railway track that connects Niagara Falls to Toronto and New York, this tunnel will scare even the brave hearts. The legend states that a century ago, the south entrance of this tunnel had a farmhouse. One night, the farmhouse caught fire and a girl in it, ran wild for help through the tunnel. Unfortunately, she was completely burnt and died. Since then, if anyone tries to trigger a flame in the tunnel, the girl’s spirit emerges screaming and haunts the person to death.

4. Monte Cristo, Australia 

 
 
Monte Christo mansion in New South Wales is the scariest haunted house that is possessed by its erstwhile owners – Mrs. And Mr. Crawley. It is said that after Mr. Crawley died in 1910, his wife locked her up in till her death in 1933, except coming out just once in 23 years! Passersby could hear cries of a woman and visitors have reported of suffocation as if they are being pressed by a spirit.
5. The Myrtles Plantation, USA
This plantation in Louisiana bills is now a bed and breakfast joint. As per legends, in the 19th century, a slave poisoned the family of plantation owner and was hanged till death for the murders. Since then, the plantation is a haunted house attraction, which is possessed by the slave and her dead children.
6. Castle of Good Hope, South Africa


Built in 17th century, Castle of Good Hope is South Africa’s oldest building and the most haunted castle as well. Long used as a prison, where prisoners were tortured and executed. Today, the guards have reported to hear blood-curdling mercy calls of victims after dark.

 

7. Convent of St Agnes, Prague

 
Convent of St Agnes, Prague


The first gothic edifice of Prague – The Convent of St Agnes is creepy as hell! People say that a murdered nun haunts the site and is also reported to have seen by the visitors. At times, she gently smiles but sometimes she is drenched in blood and cries.

8. London Underground, UK


London Underground in UK

London Underground is the oldest underground railway of the world and is linked to a host of paranormal encounters. Bethnal Green is one of the stations where ghost encounters have been noticed. During the Second World War, rumors of an air raid triggered panic and 173 civilians were crushed to death. Even years later, screams of the victims have been heard by the people working at the station. Still, this is a major attraction for the best ghost tours London.

9. Changi Beach, Singapore 
 
Changi Beach in Singapore
 
Initially, the beach was a famous killing ground where the Japanese killed thousands of Chinese soldiers during the Second World War. Today, the beach stands not only as the silent spectator of these brutal killings but also echoes their pain. Beach comers have reported to hear painful shrieks and cries of people. Sometimes, graves and headless bodies of Chinese soldiers are also found on the beach.
10.  Achill Island, Ireland

Achill Island in Ireland
 

On the foothill of Achill Island, County Mayo, nearly 100 stone cottages are abandoned that are believed to be as old as 800 years. But since 20th century, the cottages are uninhabited. Paranormal activities have been reported around the area. Local tourism also warns against camping in the area.

 

Well, these tales are weird and horrifying but also give us some insight into the ‘lives’ of ‘the dead’. If the daredevil in you is not terrified with these accounts, pack your bags and baggage and set off to visit these places to test how genuine these anecdotes are.

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Nidhi Lyall

Nidhi Lyall

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