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San Francisco’s Most Haunted Hotel: Ghosts of the Queen Anne Hotel

San Francisco, California, United States

San Francisco is saturated with Victorian buildings, yet few are quite as glorious as the Queen Anne Hotel. This historic building has graced the Pacific Heights area since 1890 and was, fortunately, able to survive the destruction caused by the 1906 Earthquake, which devasted San Francisco. The original purpose of this building was actually not to house hotel guests. This spectacular place was originally an elite boarding school for girls within the city of San […]

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Haunted, Abandoned Military Hospital on Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island, Philippines

Corregidor Island exists just off the coast of Manila in the Philippines. It is a place of great historical significance, mostly related to WWII. The island was a strategic port that allowed those who held it to rule over Manila and thus the entire country. For that reason, it was a highly sought after base during the war and was seized by both the US and Japanese militaries at varying times. Many battles were fought […]

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The Haunting of Anstey Hill, South Australia

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Anstey Hill Recreation Park is a populated hiking trail by day, but by night the area takes on a whole new feeling. A dark atmosphere hangs over the old Newman’s Nursery, a now ruined set of buildings previously housing exotic plants dating back to 1854. Though the Nursery is nothing more today than a series of crumbling stone ruins, it was once an elaborate business comprised of the largest nursery in the Southern Hemisphere. A […]

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Ghosts of the Colosseum: Most Haunted Place in Rome

Rome, Italy

The Roman Colosseum is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Its imposing facade has stood proudly for thousands of years. Despite the Colosseum’s weathered and worn appearance the stones the building is fashioned from hold the true heart and many truths of Rome’s ancient past. The origins of the Colosseum date back to 72AD when construction on the grand stadium begun. Over the next 8 years, construction would continue on the Colosseum […]

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The Manila Film Center Tragedy: Haunted Places of the Philippines

Manila, Philippines

The Manila Film Center was supposed to be a place of wealth, glory and fame. Today, its abandoned structure is left to crumble and its foreboding presence casts an eerie atmosphere over Manila. Though the exterior of this building is intimidating, it is the stories of death and ghosts inhabiting the film center that have formed the truly chilling reputation this building possesses. The Manila Film Center was built by a rich woman, Imelda Marcos. […]

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The Ghosts of Salem’s Haunted Hawthorne Hotel

Salem, Massachusetts, USA

The Hawthorne Hotel was erected in Salem’s historic town center in 1925. The grandiose building has offered upper-class lodging to many patrons over the years, all whilst accumulating a healthy amount of ghost stories. Some of these stories even tied to the infamous Salem Witch Trials of the late 1600s. This has certainly assisted the notorious hotel to fit into the spooky atmosphere Salem is well known for portraying. The first and best-known haunting of […]

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Most Haunted Hotel in Sydney: Ghosts of the Russell Hotel

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

The Russell Hotel was built in Sydney in 1887, but the history of the site it was built upon dates back even further. The hotel’s foundations were laid upon the ground that once harbored the Convict’s Hospital, built-in 1788 as the first general hospital in Australia. This hospital was as much a place of healing as it was of death. Many were treated here, particularly during the outbreak of the bubonic plague in Sydney. In […]

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The Ethel Shipwreck of South Australia

South Australia, Australia

One of South Australia’s most stunning beaches is lined by a rugged coastline and conceals a dark secret on its shores. The shipwreck of the Ethel gives Ethel Beach its name and makes the location one of the most interesting within the Innes National Park. Though rarely uncovered, recent swells and storms had revealed the rotting hull of a once-formidable iron ship. The jagged metal skeleton pierced through the soft sand of the beach to […]

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