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This list contains the most visited and glorified places with ghosts around the world. If you have never encountered the other world, then visit at least one of these buildings.
Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh Castle is one of the most visited places in Scotland. And Edinburgh is the most haunted city in Europe. Visitors to the museum quite often reported a meeting with Piper's ghost, a decapitated drummer, as well as with the spirits of the French prisoners of the Seven Years' War and the colonial prisoners of the American War. Some even saw a ghost dog here.
White House, Washington, DC
The White House is the main building where all the presidents of the United States worked. Some chapters claimed that they saw ghosts here. For example, President Harrison claimed that he heard someone rummaging in the attic.President Andrew Jackson thought that someone was constantly following him when he walked around the house alone.
The most frequently seen phantom of Abraham Lincoln. Eleanor Roosevelt once said that she felt the presence of Lincoln when she worked in his office. Also during Roosevelt’s reign, the young clerk claimed that he actually saw the ghost of Lincoln, who sat on the bed and took off his boots.
"Queen Mary", California
"Queen Mary" is one of the largest ocean liners, which went through the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967. The liner was built in Long Beach, California, and in 1967 was converted into a hotel. People often saw ghosts in the engine room, where a 17-year-old sailor was crushed by equipment when he tried to eliminate a fire. Also sometimes there is a knock on steel pipes and doors. Currently, hotel visitors have seen the ghost of "ladies in white" and children playing around the pool.
Waverley Hills Sanatorium, Kentucky
Waverly Hills is a resort located in Louisville, Kentucky. It was founded in 1910, and was originally a hospital for people suffering from tuberculosis, where 40–50 patients could be accommodated. A little later, this place became famous on television as one of the most terrible.It even got on the transfer to the Sci Fi Channel Ghostbusters. Many say that the mass of paranormal phenomena was noticed in the sanatorium: sounds of unknown origin, isolated cold spots, shadows, and once and screams.
Tower of London, London
The Royal Palace of Her Majesty and the Fortress, better known as the Tower of London (or simply towers), is a historic monument in central London, on the north bank of the River Thames. Perhaps the most famous ghostly inhabitant of the Tower of London is the spirit of Anne Boleyn, one of Henry VIII's wives. She was beheaded in the tower in 1536.
Eastern State Prison, PA
The project of this prison was designed by John Havland, the building was built and opened in 1829. This is the largest prison of that time in the whole East. Her revolutionary imprisonment system, called the Pennsylvanian, consisted of the solitary confinement of prisoners.
On June 1, 2007, the crew of the Most Haunted show stayed in the building for a day. The group "settled" in solitary confinement at the time of the investigation. One of the members of the film crew said that this is the most terrifying place of those in which he was able to visit.But they could not provide convincing evidence of the existence of ghosts.
Myrtle Plantation, LA
The Myrtles plantations were built in 1796 by General David Bradford (the second name is "Laurel Grove"). This house is very famous in America and was one of the most visited by tourists, as it was thought that it was inhabited by at least 12 ghosts. It is rumored that 10 murders occurred in the house, but the police chronicles report only one thing - the murder of William Winter. He is probably one of the most famous ghosts at home.
Raynham Hall, Norfolk, England
Raynham Hall is a country house in Norfolk, England. For the first 300 years it was the residence of the Townshend family. Known for the ghost of Lady Brown walking down the stairs. However, the most famous inhabitant of the castle, whose ghost was also often seen, but could not provide evidence of its existence - Charles Townsend, leader of the House of Lords (1674–1738).
House Waley, California
One of the worst and most visited homes in America is located in the California city of San Diego. It was built in 1857. Ghosts are often seen here. This is due to the fact that the building was built on the site of a cemetery. The most famous ghost in the house is “Yankee Jim” (real name is Jace Robinson).He was a thief who was sentenced to death by hanging in 1852.
To date, the house Wailey can be visited only until 4 pm. Here are guided tours, but often during their time people heard footsteps, voices and saw how objects moved.
Priest's House in Borley, Essex, England
The ghost in the priest’s house at Borley in the 1920s and 1930s was undoubtedly one of the most famous in Great Britain. A large number of observations were conducted in the house, in which many independent witnesses took part. Most of the phenomena were explained, but a lot of mysteries remained unsolved.