12 Most Haunted Places In The World

#8 will surely freak you out!

12 Most Haunted Places In The World
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Ghosts, whether they are for real or not is still a question but they surely are interesting to talk about. If ghost stories are something that always interests you, then read on to experience the paranormal with the 12 most haunted places in the world!

1. Dominican Hill, Baguio City, Philippines.

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This place is haunted by the ghost of people who died during a war. Banging of doors, windows, screams and clattering of dishes are reported here.

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2. Ancient Ram Inn, Gloucestershire, England

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This one will definitely freak you out! Built on a pagan burial ground, a trip to the Ancient Ram Inn will surely give you the goosebumps. Its creaky floors and dimly lit crannies are everything a haunted house should be. 

3. Bhangarh Fort, India

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Bhangarh Fort, India is on the way from Jaipur to Alwar in Rajasthan. The story about this place is that a black magic tantrik cursed the palace. You will find a board installed by the Archaeological Survey of India displaying "Staying after sunset is strictly prohibited in this area".

4. Ohio University,  Athens, America

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Ohio University has the most haunted college campus. There are a large number of places on campus that are haunted, and the British Society for Psychical Research claims that Athens, Ohio, is one of the most haunted places in the world.

5. Japan- Aokigahara: The Suicide Forest.

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Aokigahara, also known as the 'Suicide Forest' or 'Sea of Trees' is located at the Northwest base of Mount Fuji in Japan. The forest has a historic association with the ghost of the dead. People who think of killing themselves are known to go to this forest. For this reason, there is a sign at the main trail that urges suicidal visitors to think of their families before attempting suicide.

6. Mexico- Isla de las Muñecas:

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Don Julian Santana Barrera was the caretaker of the island. Julian found a little girl drowned in mysterious circumstances. Shortly thereafter, Julian saw a floating doll near the canal, which most probably belonged to the girl. As a way of showing respect, he picked up the doll and hung it to a tree. Apparently, Julian was haunted by the spirit of the girl and started hanging more dolls in order to please her. After 50 years of collecting dolls and hanging them, Julian was found dead, drowned in the same spot as the girl.

7. Berry Pomeroy Castle, Totness

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This 14th-century castle, has a reputation of being haunted. It is known to have two female ghosts; the White Lady and the Blue Lady. The White Lady seems to be a spirit of Margaret Pomeroy, who starved while imprisoned in the dungeons by her jealous sister.  She is known to haunt the dark dungeons. The Blue Lady is supposed to lure people.

8. Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland

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This magnificent medieval castle that's perched atop a rocky crag, is reported to be a place of the dead. Reports include ghost dogs, a headless drummer, and the bodies of prisoners.

9. Monte Cristo, New South Wales, Australia

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Monte Cristo, a mansion that is located in Junee, New South Wales, Australia is known to be Australia's most haunted mansion. Mrs Crawley, who was the owner of the house never came out of her home after the death of her husband in 23 years. After her death, her ghost haunts the place. Strange ghostly voices, body-less ghost, and automatic turning on and off lights have been reported by people.

10. Screaming Tunnel, Niagara Falls, Ontario

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The Screaming Tunnel is located off Warner Road, the tunnel runs under the railway tracks and is Niagara Falls' most enduring legends. It is said that if you stand in the middle of the dark tunnel at midnight and light a match, the flame will go out and a girl's screams will be heard.

11. Highgate Cemetery, North London, England

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This is Britain's number-one ghost spot. Highgate Cemetery has eerie crooked gravestones, headless angles and overgrown passages between the tombs.

12. Changi Beach, Singapore

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During the Sook Ching battle of the Second World War, Changi Beach served as a ground for the Japanese. Thousands of Chinese had died during this operation as they were suspected of being anti-Japanese. Strange cries and screams have been reported here.

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