Over the years we all have been hearing those spooky grandma stories which used to scare us to death. The stories of old castles, cemeteries, murders and wandering souls that gives us chill even to this day. Over the years we all have known better and with the increase of knowledge and science in our life, Haunted House has become an afterthought.
But, what if there actually are such castles and cemeteries like the one in your creepy grandma stories? What if ghosts actually exist? Hard to believe, right? Well, start believing.
As children, we have heard a lot many scary ghost stories and Haunted House. That would really give you that real jolt. Browse yourself in a pure hair-raising experience on most Haunted House in the world.
Bhangarh Fort – Rajasthan (Haunted House)
Now how can u leave India from this mix? It has been considered as the place with the most ghost sightings in the world. The fort is situated in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. The fort was built in the 16th century and the spooky part of the story is related to the beautiful princess of the kingdom from the 17th century.
Apparently, a wizard was smitten by the princess and instead of winning her by his personality he decided to use a magic potion. The princes realized this and threw the potion which hit a boulder, the boulder rolled down and the wizard happened to be in its way.
Realizing that his death is imminent, he did what every lover does, he cursed the kingdom to destruction and the people were cursed to death, what followed was a series of war and famines and the fort was ultimately abandoned in the 18th century. The place is said to be Haunted House by the evil soul of the wizard and the people killed by his curse.
The government of India and the archaeological department of India have put up a notice that staying in the fort after sunset is prohibited.
Highgate Cemetery, North London – England (Haunted House)
Screaming Tunnel, Niagara Falls – Ontario (Haunted House)
Changi Beach – Singapore (Haunted House)
Aokigahara, Japan (Haunted House)
One of Japan’s most popular destination for EMO souls is the Akogihara jungle in Japan. This jungle is located just at the foot of the Mt. Fuji Mountain and is the favorite destination for committing suicides, so much so, that the local authorities have to do a yearly clean up to get rid of the bodies lying in the so-called graveyard.
Since 2004 they have stopped releasing the official amount of dead bodies found from the jungle, fearing that it would affect the tourist attraction that is Mt. Fuji. Not to forget, the souls of the dead call out to people passing along the jungle and invite them to join the fun!
It’s the house upon which the movie, Amityville horror was based. So the story related to the house is that Ronald Defoe Jr. (claiming to have been possessed) is said to have shot and killed his mother, father, two brothers, and two sisters. The actual reasons for the massacre are still unknown.
112 ocean avenue, Amityville, USA (Haunted House)
On December 23rd, 1975 George and Kathy Lutz move into 112 Ocean Avenue with their 3 children. Father Ray who came to bless the Haunted House told them about the uneasy feeling he got there. The next 28 days were nothing less than hell for the family. On the last night, they heard loud sounds coming from the basement and the main floor.
Doors would open and slam close all over the Haunted House. The kids’ beds were dragged across their rooms, levitated in the air and then dropped and the parents couldn’t move from their beds at all. As soon as they were released, they fled the house never to return. The house is still available for sale or rent; if anyone is interested please feel free to have a go.
Waverly hill sanatorium, Kentucky USA (Haunted House)
With over 63,000 deaths in the sanatorium, there is hardly any doubt that this place is Haunted House. A tunnel was built for the transport of supplies for the Waverly hill sanatorium but was also used for the transport of the dead. With the ghost stories becoming prominent, it was given the name “the death tunnel”.
People have reported seeing the spirit of a little girl playing hide and seek with trespassers on the third floor. A little boy named Bobby playing with his leather ball, of rooms lighting up though. There was no power in the building, of doors, slamming, disembodied voices, a hearse driving up and dropping off coffins, and an old woman running from the front door with her wrists bleeding screaming: “Help me”. Somebody please go and save the poor soul.
Chillingham Castle, Northumberland, England (Haunted House)
This aptly-named Haunted House is a medieval castle and former monastery, dating from the twelfth century.
Potential ghostbusters can tour the castle – hailed as the Most Haunted House in the UK – in the hope of meeting resident spooks the Blue Boy (who witnesses claim appears as a halo of blue light), Lady Mary Berkeley who lived here in the seventeenth century, the White Pantry ghost and the Torturer.
The Sultan’s Palace (Haunted House)
Today, his angry spirit is thought to be responsible for the unusual noises. Loud music and strong incense smell that waft from the home, as well as unwelcome advances on past female residents who swear the Sultan is still up to his old tricks of groping female visitors.