Every one of us must have heard about fairy tale stories and scary ghost stories from our grandmothers and other people. There are chances that we might forget fairy tale stories but I am sure no one would forget those ghost stories. These ghost stories not only scare us but also fear us when we are alone at our places. Those who have victimized these stories in real are either dead or are living with the bad memories of the incident. We have collected a list of most haunted places in the earth that gives you Goosebumps. We don’t have any written evidence for these stories however all these spots are claimed as haunted places in the history now. So, take a look at 15 most haunted places listed below.
1. The Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, Australia
Located in the beautiful town of Beechworth, just few hours from the Melbourne is the Beechworth Lunatic Asylum. It is a most haunted place in Australia and in the world. Earlier know as a Mayday Hills Hospital, Asylum is a oldest asylum in Victoria. In 128 years more that 3000 patients died in this hospital and it almost held 1200 patients (600 men +600 women). Asylum was closed in 1995 because of unusual things happening here and was named as a most haunted place ever in history.
2. Monte Cristo Homestead, Australia
Located in the town of Junee, New South Wales, Monte Cristo Homestead is a historic Australian property. This house is claimed as a most haunted house in Australia. Ghostly figures, strange lights, invisible force fields, phantom sounds, and animal mutilations are commonly reported in this house it also includes the murder of a caretaker of this house.
3. The Princess Theatre, Australia
Princess Theatre is a theatre in the Victoria capital of Melbourne, in Australia. This is one of the haunted places in Australia. A ghost named Frederici haunts Princess Theatre. According to lore, Frederick Baker, or “Frederici,” was an Italian singer who died on a stage while giving his performance and from that time haunts this place.
4. The Bhangarh Fort, India
The Bhangarh Fort is 300 Km away from Delhi, the capital of India. There are many myths about the place. Locals say that who so ever tried to stay inside after sunset was never found. This fort became cursed when a wizard who lived in the town fell in love with the princess of Banghar. This is a most haunted place in India.
5. Port Arthur, Tasmania
Port Arthur, in Tasmania is one of the most haunted places in Australia, where spirits interact with the living the most. Fainting and getting sick is very common in this place. It is located approximately 60 kilometres (37 mi) southeast of the state capital, Hobart.
6. Aokigahara, Japan
Aokigahara forest is also known as a Japan’s Suicide Forest. This forest is one of the most haunted places of the World. History victims hundreds and thousands of suicides committed by people in this forest. This forest is also called as the perfect place to die. Japan’s suicide rate is already bad enough as it is, and having this forest and suicide manual on top of it all is terrible.
7. Hell Fire Club on Montpelier Hill, Ireland
Built in 1725, Hell Fire Club on Montpelier Hill is claimed as a most haunted site in the World. The ghost of a woman screaming in anguish has also been reported many a times. Several people on dublin walking tours have reported their necklaces being pulled by invisible hands, and in one case the chain was actually broken.
8. The Schooner Hotel, UK
Built in the 1600’s as a coaching inn, this grade II listed building is believed to be haunted by many ghosts. The Schooner Hotel is still open for guest, however if you decide to stay there you might want to avoid rooms 17 and 28. They are known for more prominent spirit presence. It is said that a family was murdered in Room no 28 and its corridor.
9. Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
Edinburgh Castle is reported one of the most haunted spot in Scotland. Many visitors and staff has claimed of being touched and pulled, the feeling of being watched, shadowy figures, mists, green lights, sudden temperature drops, and people suddenly becoming over-run by emotions.
10. Gettysburg Battlefield, U.S
Gettysburg Battlefield is a site of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War In this war nearly 8,000 soldiers were killed and tens of thousands more were injured there on July 3, 1863. Ghost encounters are very common in Gettysburg Battlefield. People can hear ghost screaming and much more in this site.
11. Iulia Hasdeu Castle, Romania
Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu in Campina, Romania built Iulia Hasdeu Castle. He built it after the death of his 19-year-old daughter, Iulia. The walls of Iulia Hasdeu Castle are all black. Iulia reportedly haunts the castle still, walking through the courtyard in a white dress and holding daisies.
12. Manila Film Center, Philippines
Haunted by the ghosts of angry construction workers, Manila Film Center is a Cultural Center complex in Philippines. People can see blood coming out of walls and arms sticking out from under doors. Manila Film Center is claimed as one of the most haunted places in Philippines.
13. Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Kentucky
Waverly Hills Sanatorium is one of the scariest places in the Earth. It is a closed sanatorium located in southwestern Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky. Cold spots, disembodied voices, and ghosts roaming the halls have been reported here many times.
14. Dragsholm Slot, Denmark
Dragsholm Slot is one of the most famous castles in Europe and was investigated by Ghost Hunters in 2009. The Dragsholm Castle is said to have 3 ghosts a Grey Lady, a White Lady, and the Earl of Bothwell. The original castle was built in 1215.
15. The Tower of London, London
The Tower of London is a well-preserved historical building in the world and is famous all around. Dozens upon dozens of ghost sightings have been reported in and around the Tower. Henry VI, Thomas a Becket and Sir Walter Raleigh, haunts this tower. Tower also includes the stories of death of the Countess of Salisbury.