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The Most Haunted Places to Visit

Updated on December 29, 2017

The List of the Most Haunted Places

Status
Name
Location
1
Bhangarh Fort
Rajasthan
2
Monte Cristo Homestead
Australia
3
The Castle of Good Hope
South America
4
Ancient Ram Inn
Gloucestershire
5
Old Changi Hospital
Singapore
6
Queen Mary Hotel
California
 
 
 
This list has been compiled through cross-referencing many different lists of what people consider to be the most haunted places in the world.

The Bhangarh Fort

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The Story of the Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh fort, located in Alwar district in Rajasthan is considered to be the most haunted place in India. Bhangarh fort is a 17th century fort that has been very well preserved over the years. There are two legends associated with Bhangarh fort, the most popular being that of the princess and the Wizard. The legend states that a local black wizard fell in love with princess Ratnavati. He tried to bewitch something of hers to make her fall in love with him, but she saw this and threw it at a boulder. This caused the boulder to roll forwards and crush the magician, who cursed the area right before he died. Now the place is haunted. Visitors are not allowed to go into the fort after dark. Some reports show that people who venture inside after dark never return. Other people report seeing strange things and hearing bizarre noises.

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The Story of the Monte Cristo Homestead

Monte Cristo is claimed to be the most haunted house in Australia. The house is believed to be haunted by Christopher and Elizabeth Crawley since their deaths in the 1900’s. The stories that haunt the place are of a caretaker pushed over a balcony, a child thrown down the stairs and a stable boy burned to death in his bed. The Ryan’s, who now occupy the house have reported things such as hands on their shoulders, someone calling their name when home alone and many other things.

The Castle of Good Hope

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Story of the Castle of Good Hope

The Castle of Good Hope is currently the oldest surviving colonial building in South America. An unidentified two meter tall figure has been spotted over the years and is known to haunt the premises. A large black hound has been known to leap at residents but disappear at the last second. The ghosts of many other people such as Lady Ann Barnard have also been spotted.

The Ancient Ram Inn

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Story of the Ancient Ram Inn

The Ancient Ram Inn is located in Gloucestershire. The Inn is built on the intersection of two ley lines, or places people believe to have spiritual energy. It is believed one of the rooms is haunted by a witch who was burned at the stake in the 1500s. The owner has reported being grabbed by a demonic force and dragged across the room. The owner has also found evidence of Devil Worship and ritual sacrifice within the Inn.

The Old Changi Hospital

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Story of the Old Changi Hospital

The Old Changi Hospital is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Singapore. It has been a place for many different things. Prisoners of war were kept here by the Japanese. People have reported hearing disembodied screams, seeing shadow figures at all hours of the day, seeing the figures of bloody soldiers walk around and others have reported a boy who just sits and stares.

Queen Mary Hotel

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The Story of the Queen Mary Hotel

The Queen Mary Hotel is located in California and is considered to be one of the more haunted places America has to offer. Originally being a cruise ship, but transforming into a war ship during World War II, the Queen Mary has been known for strange occurrences. Over the past 70 years, 49 deaths have been reported there. One of the more haunted areas of the ship is the engine room, located 50 feet beneath the water. The room’s infamous door 13 has crushed two people to death. Two other paranormal hotspots are the first and second class swimming pools. Women have been seen wearing 30’s style clothes and wandering the deck in addition to the sighting of a little girl crying and clutching her teddy bear. This is rumored to be the spirit of a girl named Jackie who drowned in the pool.

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      Alexander James Guckenberger 4 months ago from Maryland, United States of America

      I'll have to remember this once I get the chance to visit Cali. :)

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