5 most haunted places on Earth

1.  The Myrtles Plantation

- Located in St. Francisville, Lousisina, this inn is said to be one of the most haunted places in America. This was built in 1796 by General David Bradford and is currently an inn. It has been said that at least 10 murders took place here. Considering that number, it’s no surprise that guests of this place can often see two ghost children playing in the veranda and ghost slaves walking around. They can also hear footsteps on the staircase and the grand piano playing by itself.

2. The Tower of London

 - Now this is a haunted place with ghosts that you can find in your history books. Also considered one of the most haunted places on Earth, the bricks of this castle were witnesses to countless of executions, tortures, and murders for the last thousand years. Two prominent ghosts include Lady Jane Grey and Ann Boleyn. Both were beheaded. The latter’s ghost has been seen carrying her head. Ghosts have also been spotted depicting the horrible death of the Countess of Salisbury. She was said to have been hacked to death by the axe man when she ran away from the spot where she was to be executed.

3. Rose Hall Great House

- This haunted place is located in Jamaica. The sightings are generally due to its former mistress, Annie Palmer. Dubbed the “Black Witch,” she was said to have murdered three husbands and many slave lovers. She was also said to have sacrificed babies, tortured slaves, and many other gruesome things. She did these because she was bored, according to stories. Ghosts of her victims are said to haunt the grounds and rooms of the Rose Hall Great House.

4. The Whaley House

- This haunted house can be found in San Diego, California. Ghostly apparitions include that of a young girl who met her death when she was accidentally hanged on the property. There have also been reports of a ghost of a red-haired girl around the house. She is said to be the daughter of the original owners of the house. Another constant paranormal visitor is the thief Yankee Jim Robinson. He was clubbed to the death in the house; his ghost makes itself known during house tours and often on the stairway where he died.

5. The White House

- The only place on Earth where you can encounter the ghosts of many dead presidents. You may be able to spot President Andrew Jackson in his bedroom. You may also be lucky enough to spot Honest Abe. The ghost of Abraham Lincoln has been seen sitting on a bed, taking off his boots. A visiting dignitary has also confessed that she answered a knock on her door at the White House and found Abe staring at her. His ghost has also been seen by Eleanor Roosevelt and Calvin Coolidge’s wife.

(Source: 10awesome.com)


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