Top 10 haunted places

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10:23 am 25 Jul, 2010

If you believe in the “don’t mention ghost” policy, then think again. Summed up by experiences and unceasing researches across the world, we are now presenting a list that forcefully compels you to imagine the unexplored facts of the ghostly world.

10. Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Kentucky:

Well known hot spot among haunted places with cold spots, disembodied voices and ghosts roaming the halls. An old women has bees often seen running from the the first door with her wrists bleeding and screaming: “Help me, somebody save me!” According to staffs, they have heard voice of television and seen lights in the night despite there was no electricity. The most infamous areas of the hospital is room no. 502, the fourth floor, tunnel and the cafeteria.

9. Aokigahara Forest, Japan:

Considered as one of the most haunted forest in the world, it is located in the bottom of Mount Fuji. After the Golden gate bridge, this forest is the second most popular place for suicide. Far away from the busy streets of modern world valued by paranormal investigators.

8. The tower of London, England:

Also known as the bloody tower, this haunted place has no shortage of ghosts as you can see. The tower has been home to beheading and murders, torture and hangings , as well as being a  prison to queens and nobles alike. There are suspicious corners where you can see the spooky figures in the shadows of the hallway, which usually vanish into thin air when they realize that they have been spotted.

7. Changi beach, Singapore:

This haunted place is known for many unfortunate and brutal executions during WWII. Fables of headless bodies walking, frequent static of screaming, slapping by unseen hands, stains of blood  and an endless list of ghostly activities are enough to wet your pants.

6. Dominican Hill, Philippines:

A place with panoramic view. Not so many tourists venture into Dominican Hill but yeah it attracts only a selected group of people – Ghost hunters. Some people who live nearby claim that at times they could hear the banging of doors, windows, clattering of dishes, and voices of people screaming in the middle of the night.

5. Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery, Illinois:

According to local folks, they have seen a white house in the cemetery located at far distance but it disappears whenever they tried to approach it. This small desecrated graveyard has more unexplained paranormal activities than any other cemetery worldwide. Faces in the mist, two-headed man, farmer with a horse, a woman sitting on tomb and nearby trees shaking violently…an equally odd location.

4. The screaming bridge, Ohio:

This bridge is located at Maud Hughes Road in Liberty township, Ohio. It is said that once a woman fell into the river from this bridge and in an attempt to save her a man also died. Since then, a woman’s scream followed by a man’s scream is often noticed on the bridge.

3. The Whaley House, California:

Perhaps, it is the most haunted house in America. The land on which this house is built, was once a cemetery. This two-story brick building is cheerful from outside but from inside it has haunted historical roots. For believers and skeptics alike, the house draws them back time and again, in search of those elusive ghosts.

2. Highgate Cemetery, North London:

London is the proud holder of one of the most haunted cities in world. Out of all of them, Highgate cemetery is full of unexplained as well as haunted phenomenons. A must visit place for ghost lovers. If anything supernatural does exist, Highgate cemetery will be its natural home.

1. Edinburgh Castle, Scotland:

Okay now, it this the time to describe about a place which has gruesome tales. This haunted castle,  standing magnificently between sea and hills is more than 900 years old. It is reputed to be haunted by many ghosts, including that of a headless drummer boy and a piper.

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