Many of us want to see haunted sites. Many people aren’t convinced that ghosts exist and are willing to visit the most frightening places in the world. We have compiled a list of useful-links for those interested in discovering the truth behind all this commotion.
This is especially true for those who live in Europe, where travel is much easier. These may be located in your country. You can find everything, from haunted mansions to cemeteries filled with bones to the castle that inspired Dracula.
#1 The Bonehouse in Hallstatt, Austria.
This bonehouse was constructed because the village did not have enough space to bury its dead. They created an underground burial ground for the deceased. People visit to pray for their loved ones and to decorate their bones.
#2 The Catacombs of the Capuchins in Palermo, Italy.
It is expensive, and only the most wealthy can have their ancestors buried there. These photographs show the unique embalming process.
#3 Romania’s Hoia-Baciu Forest
This is the most haunted forest in the world. The area has been the scene of many strange sightings and is also very bleak with nature all around.
#4 Edinburgh Castle, Scotland.
It’s a castle that I am sure most of us have heard about. Many people who have visited this spot claim they hear ghost cries or other paranormal activity.
#5 Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic.
The Bone Church also knows this church. It is covered in the remains of the deceased. It is mainly made up of the remains of people who died from the Black Plague.
#6 Bran Castle in Romania’s Transylvania.
Some believe that this is Dracula’s Castle. Others think it was the inspiration for Dracula’s Castle. Regardless of the truth, we can all agree it is a bit unsettling in grandiose terms.
#7 Cortijo Jurado, Spain.
Many believe that the mansion’s former owners kidnapped and tortured the girls in the cellar. Generations have since abandoned the house.
#8 Hill of Crosses, Lithuania.
This is a popular place for worship. This hill is home to almost 100,000 crosses, and more are added daily.
#9 The Church of the Ghosts in Prague, Czech Republic.
Jakub Hadvara, an artist from Latvia, wanted to pay tribute to all who were killed in the collapse of the church. Jakub Hadvara created these ghostly plaster figures.