I thought I would do something different, instead of doing a post on beauty and lifestyle. This time I'm going to be telling you guys 5 most haunted place all around the world! Lets Begin!
1) Bhangarh Fort - Rajasthan
The fort was built in 1573 and remains today as a ruin of several temples, palaces and smaller living unit
According to the legend, there was a black magic wizard, who cursed the residents of the palace that they all would die an unnatural death and their spirits will stay there for centuries to haunt the fort. It began, when a wizard fell in love with the princess of Banghar. He tried to attract the princess with a bowl of magic potion. However, it didn't work and she figured out and threw the bowl against a large boulder. The boulder was disturbed enough to start rolling, and it rolled right in the path of the wizard. As the wizard faced down the boulder, he cursed the town, saying that it would be destroyed and become unliveable He was crushed to death. Soon after, the town was invaded and a waste. Most of its inhabitants, including the princess, were killed. Those who lived abandoned the fort.
Apparently, the wizard's curse remains and those who were killed, continues to haunt the fort.
2) Monte Cristo - New South Wales, Australia
Australia’s most haunted locale. Several people have died sudden, accidental deaths, whilst others have been murdered. The estate was constructed by local pioneer Christopher William Crawley in 1885. As per people's version Mrs Crawley the owner of this mansion locked herself up after the death of her husband and never came out in the rest 23 years of her life except for once. She died in there and her spirit lingers in the mansion. There have been many deaths there, including the death of a young child who was dropped down the stairs. A maid who had fallen from the balcony, and a stable boy apparently burned to death on the property.
3) Castle of Good Hope – Cape Town, South Africa
It was built in the 17th century by the Dutch East India Company. It’s the country’s oldest colonial building. There are many haunting stories that have been reported in this place. One of the most famous story is 'Lady in Grey'. Sounds scary already! Apparently, she has been witnessed running through the castle, holding her face and crying. However, a woman's body has been found, during recent excavation. Her ghost hasn't been seen after that. There are other stories which include a man, who walks the ramparts and a dog that jumps on passers-by
4) The Tower of London – London, England
It was originally built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. This royal palace has had some paranormal activities. Famous ghosts seen here include the headless ghost of Anne Boleyn, the wife of King Henry VIII. She was beheaded in 1536, and her headless body has been seen walking the Tower’s corridors and often near the spot of her demise. Other stories include, Lady Jane Grey and two princes believed to have been murdered by their uncle, Richard III, in 1483.
5) Island of the Dolls – Xochimilco, Mexico
In the 1950’s, a man named Julian Santan Barrera moved to the island, in order to be alone. He didn't know about the dark history of the Island. Apparently in 1920 's, there were 3 girls, playing near the water, one of the girls fell in and drowned. Locals believes that ever since her death, her spirit has been unable to leave the island. Julian claimed that the little girl began speaking to him. The girl told Julian how she had died, and that she was trapped on the island. He began to get the dolls for this little girl and hung them on trees. She wasn't satisfied and wanted him to be a ghost with her as he confessed to his nephew. The same day, he was found dead, having drowned in the same spot she did years before. Their ghosts can now be seen on the island, and the dolls are said to whisper as you walk past.
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