🚩 Top Haunted Places on Earth – You Should Visit 👽


it seems that one of the most enduring aspects
of cultural similarity found throughout the world involves
the supernatural. No matter where you go across the globe, you’re
going to hear various legends and ghost stories…except some of
these carry significantly more weight than your average campfire story. It would be easy to say that
such attention can be blamed on vivid, Hollywood inspired imaginations,
but documented reports of supernatural disturbances go back several centuries
in many places, underlining the fact that no matter the time period or society
involved, the paranormal remains on people’s minds. Sure, many places in the world that are reputedly
haunted seem more far-fetched than realistic, so lets see the worlds most
haunted list of places & mark the site of horrifying and traumatic experiences
which will haunt you even in your dreams and send chills down your spine is a forest on the northwestern flank of Japan’s
Mount Fuji thriving on 30 square kilometers of hardened lava laid
down by eruption of Mount Fuji. Aokigahara is sometimes referred to as the
most popular site for suicide in Japan. For centuries Aokigahara or the Sea of Trees,
has been a haunted place. Hundreds of people have committed suicide
here, sometimes as many as hundred a year. Those venturing out into the forest have reported
encountering the spirits of these people, some of which
aren’t particularly pleasant. Even Japanese folklore describes this as a
place of demons. Some believe that
the ghost of suicided people linger in the woods. Folklore claims they are
vengeful, dedicated to tormenting visitors and luring those that
are sad and lost off the path. The main paranormal occurrences at this cemetery are attributed to what
has been dubbed the Mackenzie Poltergeist. After Sir George Mackenzie’s
mausoleum was broken into by a homeless man, extreme supernatural occurrences
began to take place. Visitors would leave with scratches and bruises,
sometimes even broken fingers, while it has been documented that, to date,
nearly 200 people have blacked out at the cemetery since the mausoleum was
broken into. 8.Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan, India Also known
as ‘Bhoot Bangla’ or the Fort of Ghosts Bhangarh Fort was a small city made up of
temples, gates and palaces at the foot of a mountain before being abandoned
around 1783. There are two
stories that explain the fate of Bhangarh: a curse from a holy
man who forbade the height of the buildings to be taller than his own. When
one building cast a shadow over his own house, he is said to have cursed the
entire town. Another story is of a wizard who was in love
with the Princess of Bhangarh. When the princess foiled his spell to make
her fall in love with him, the bitter wizard put a curse on the city. 7. Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
Once known as the Weston State Hospital, this asylum was home to thousands
of people with mental illness, starting in 1864. Hundreds of people died here
before the facility closed in 1994. The spirits that are said to haunt the site
today date back to the Civil War era, when the asylum’s grounds served as a
military post. Paranormal tours of the facility feature 2-hour
visits to the asylum’s 4 main hot spots. The more intense Ghost Hunt is an 8-hour,
overnight paranormal adventure with experienced ghost-hunting
guides. Now next in our list is from France 6. Chateau de Brissac, Maine-et-Loire, France
The Château de Brissac in the commune of Brissac-Quincé, located in the
département of Maine-et-Loire, France. Dating back to the 11th century,
this beautiful castle was the site of a horrific double murder,
resulting in the haunting of the castle by the Lady in Green. Wearing a green dress, and her face that of
a rotting corpse, wanders through the castle moaning. The property is owned by the Cossé-Brissac
family, whose head bears the French noble title of Duke of Brissac. 5. Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada
This major historic hotel is home to several different spirits,
some kindly, and others rather more unnerving. A regularly sighted spirit is
that of a former bellman who helps with guests’ luggage. Other such
visitors include a bride seen dancing in the ballroom and the ghosts of a
murdered family. 4. The Ancient Ram Inn, England
This 12th century inn exhibits all of this and more. This restaurant and hotel was built in the
1100s and has regular guests lining up to be terrorised by screams and
moving furniture. The current
owners of the property believe that it is built on a former Pagan burial
ground where children were sacrificed. Caroline Humphries, who has lived in
the house for over 30 years, is used to the sight of guests fleeing from
visions of a little girl, the cries of children and sensations of being pushed
down onto the bed by a male demon. What could be more terrifying
than the prospect of satanic sacrifices and malevolent entities? 3. The Tower of London, England
The Tower of London’s official name is Her Majesty’s Royal Palace
and Fortress. The castle is located in Central London on
the north bank of the River Thames. Dating back to 1078, this fortress/royal
palace has had plenty of time to garner some paranormal activity. Famous ghosts seen here include the headless
ghost of Anne Boleyn, along with Lady Jane Grey and two princes
believed to have been murdered by their uncle, Richard
III, in 1483. 2. Moundsville Penitentiary
The West Virginia State Penitentiary is a gothic-style prison
located in Moundsville, West Virginia. During its more than 100 years in operation,
the Moundsville Penitentiary in West Virginia was one of America’s
most violent correctional facilities and the final stop for almost 1,000
criminals. The prisoners lived in cramped quarters, which
led to riots. Many men were hanged or killed in the electric
chair, while others were murdered by other prisoners. The prison closed in 1995, but according to
some, the tortured spirits are still behind bars and in the bowels of
the prison and may be seen or heard on a tour. Now withdrawn and retired from prison use,
it operated from 1876 to 1995. Currently, the site is maintained as a tourist
attraction and training facility. Hear comes our first 1. Monte Cristo Homestead, New South Wales, Australia
Considering the amount of tragic and violent deaths that have occurred
here, it’s little wonder that this is viewed as Australia’s most haunted
locale. Several people have died sudden, accidental
deaths, while others have been murdered, leading to high paranormal
activity throughout the estate.The Crawley family remained in residence
until 1948. The house then
stood empty under the care of several caretakers until 1963 when it was
purchased by Reg and Olive Ryan, who restored it to its current condition. It operates as a museum, antique store and
tourist attraction, advertising itself as “Australia’s most haunted
house”

2 Replies to “🚩 Top Haunted Places on Earth – You Should Visit 👽”

  1. I can't believe 10 it's the last because how many things I've heard about this forest and Natalie that one of my favorite movies come from a story about this Forest I think they should be number one

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