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You have seen many horror movies which were haunted by a ghost. Those movies gives you goose bumps and shocks for a time being but later on all goes normal. However if you have been told that the place you are newly shifted is haunted by a ghost. Obviously you will leave the place very next day. So here are some haunted places in Europe.
5. Raynham Hall, Norfolk, United Kingdom
The haunted place Raynham Hall is known for the famous “Brown Lady,”. The named is used for the spirit as she has been seen many times in brown brocade dress. The Brown Lady is supposed to be the spirit of Lady Dorothy Walpole, who lived from 1686 to 1726. Dorothy Walpole was recognized by lots of people as the sister of Robert Walpole. He was the first prime minister of Great Britain. In history, explained by many, she had an affair with Lord Wharton, when her husband Charles Townshend gets known about it he locked her in a room in their home “Raynham Hall”. She died in the house, and her soul is believed to haunt the castle to this day. The Dorothy Walpole or Brown Lady has been seen many times. In year 1936, a photographer clicked a famous photo of her going down the staircase. The picture appeared in Country Life magazine and then again in the same Life magazine. Some people think that her image is a smudge on the lens or it is due to overexposure while other people regarded it as a actual photo of the Brown Lady herself.
4. Ancient Ram Inn, Gloucestershire, England
To many people it is considered as the most Haunted place in England, the Ram Inn has a dark history which will make even the courageous tremor in their boots. It was built in 1145, the Inn has been the thought the sight of devil worship and child sacrifices. It weren’t enough and it is said that 5000 years ago the site was the place of a Pagan burial ground. Some people have reported a general feeling of wickedness at the Ram, while other people have claimed to be pulled or touched by invisible forces. Throw in a few apparitions and ghostly voices, there is no surprise that guests leaves in terror while it was a bed time and Breakfast. The current owner of the building reported being dragged out many times out of his bed during his first night in inn. He later discovered different evidence of ritual sacrifice, including two children’s skeletons beneath the staircase. He continues to experience haunting till this day.
3. The Haunted Vicarage, Borgvattnet, Sweden The
The Old Vicarage was built in 1876, and after some year residents have reported many strange occurrences. The very first finding came in 1927 when resident chaplain Nils Hedlund was on stay at there. He reported that his laundry was being torn down from the clothesline by an invisible force. The next resident, Rudolf Tangden, also saw and witnessed an old woman dressed in grey dress appear in front of him. He tried follows her, but as she walked away she completely disappear. The most terrifying scene of all accounts, however, was from a former guest being at the house. When he woke in the middle of the night he saw 3 old women staring at her. Later on, previous resident Erick Lindgren kept a journal noting many of his experiences in the house, which includes being thrown out of his chair regularly by an unseen power. The house is now a café/restaurant and you can receive a special certificate for staying full night!
2. The Tower of London, England
The castle was built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. The Tower of London is considered one of the most Haunted place in the area of British Isles. The huge history of execution and torture which dates back to some 900 years ago, so it’s no doubt that visitors and staff who attracted here have experienced paranormal phenomena. Anne Boleyn (she was the wife of King Henry VIII) was beheaded in 1536. After that her headless body has been seen many times walking the Tower grounds. The spirit of two mysterious children are also known to regular the premises. Also they are thought to be princes who were sent to the Tower subsequent to parliament had supposed them illegitimate. When two small skeletons were discovered in the Tower, it became hard for sceptics to disprove these claims.
1. Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland With
The Europe has seen the thousands of years of history but it’s a revelation that it contains some of the world’s most haunted areas. We have read all the centuries of war and medieval process of torture spawned some pretty horrific ghosts! So, pack your bags and spent a night in castles even with your friends. The unseen events will really scared you off !!
There are some people consider Edinburgh to be the most disturbed city in Europe. There has been years of torture and slaughter and majority were occurred within the boundary of Edinburgh Castle. People who stay the castle often feel like they are being touched or pushed. While others people have witnessed sudden drops in temperature, dark mists, strange lights, and feelings of horror or misery. Spirit figures have also been seen notably the oldly man wearing an apron and the headless drummer boy.