FACTS ABOUT HAUNTED PLACES IN WORLD

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>We have heard a lot many scary ghost stories as children and we are still scared by these haunted stories in our dreams. Let us brief you about some of the most haunted places on Earth that would really give you goose bumps. Immerse yourself in an utter hair rising experience on most haunted places in the world.

1. Bhangarh Fort – Rajasthan, India

haunted places in world

haunted places in world

Bhangarh kila located on the way to Jaipur and Alwar in Rajasthan, India. As per a legend, a black magic sorcerer cursed the residents of the palace that they would all die an unnatural death and their souls will stay there for centuries and haunt the fort / kila forever. One can rarely find a temporary household in the close proximity of this fort. The households built here don’t have roofs as a popular belief is prevalent that the moment a rooftop built on a house it collapses. This place in India is amongst the world’s most haunted places. People not allowed to spend the night in the Bhangarh fort, for obvious reasons. It even said that anybody who goes to this place after dusk never comes back!

2.  High gate Cemetery  North London, England

haunted places in world

haunted places in world

It is just like watching a horror film by Alfred Hitchcock in reality. By night time the ultimate horror ambiance starts to surround the panorama. The High gate cemetery is the most ideal place for ghost busters. Headless statues, the typical hooting of owls, unmanaged grass pavements and lest we forget creaky pathways is a common feature to found in this place. High gate cemetery is at the top position in being the most haunted places in United Kingdom.

MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN WORLD FACTS

3. Screaming Tunnel  Niagara Falls, Ontario

haunted places in world

haunted places in world

This one is for those steel hearted who boast of their fearless spirits. It positioned below the railway track that connects Niagara Falls to the States of Toronto and New York. According to a legend, there was a farm house located just near the south entrance of this tunnel about a century ago. One night the farm house caught fire and a little girl sloshed into flame screaming for help and running wild. Nobody knows how the farm house caught fire. She ran through the tunnel to get some help, but alas, she burnt completely and collapsed. So from that day onwards whoever tries lighting a match in the tunnel the spirit comes out screaming and haunts the individual till he is dead?

4. Changi Beach  Singapore

haunted places in world

haunted places in world

The Changi beach in Singapore is a killing ground of the Chinese soldiers by the Japanese during World War II. Thousands of Chinese soldiers tormented to death during this operation as they suspected by the Japanese of involving in anti-Japanese activities. This beach is a witness to the massacre of innumerable innocent Chinese soldiers. Till date people who trespass this place can hear the screams and weeping of people. Often at night, people find dig pits which are as deep as that needed for burials of dead bodies. The most horrifying fact is that some beach combers have came acroo headless bodies of Chinese soldiers here at night.

5. Monte Cristo – New South Wales, Australia

haunted places in world

haunted places in world

The Monte Christo mansion is recollected by tourists as a place which could even haunt the memories. As per folktale, Mrs Crawley, who owned this mansion, locked herself up after the death of her husband and never came out in the remaining 23 years of her life. She died there and her spirit lingers in the mansion. Passersby can hear shrills and weeping of a woman. Visitors get suffocated as if someone is trying to strangle them. They get relief from the shackles once they come out. Instances have also been cited of people turning blue.

All sounds to be so horrifying and weird that those dare devils should pack your bags and get to these places to test the genuineness of the evident truth or maybe myth.

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