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Bhangarh Fort: Most Haunted Place in India

Bhangarh Fort The former town of Bhangarh has earned its ghost town status in more ways than one. The crumbling stone buildings lining past streets have now become one with the land, slowly returning to dust. Yet, it is the fearsome fort that proudly watches over these ruins that makes ...
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Haunted Cemetery in Paris: Pere Lachaise

The Pere Lachaise Cemetery The Pere Lachaise Cemetery is an expansive burial ground sprawled over central Paris. It is arguably the most visited and famous cemetery in the city. Visitors flock here to see the graves of many important historical figures scattered amongst the estimated 300,000 to 1 million others ...
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Most Haunted Places in Vienna, Austria

Haunted Vienna, Austria Vienna is a truly picturesque city and one that is easy to fall in love with. The culture, architecture and people make it a lively destination, with plenty of history to discover at every turn. Though the city is a beautiful one, it does have a dark ...
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Tuileries Garden: Haunted Park in Paris

Tuileries Garden The Tuileries Garden is a central and frequently visited park within the heart of Paris, France. It sat in the midst of a turbulent string of historical events that shaped modern-day Paris. Today, it is all that remains of the Tuileries Palace, which once sat proudly on the grounds ...
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Haunted Places in Wroclaw, Poland

Wroclaw, Poland Wroclaw is a lively city laced with historical buildings making it one of the most beautiful places in Poland. Housing a great number of students, Wroclaw also has a happening nightlife. Though there are plenty of drunken party-goers making their way about Wroclaw's cobblestone streets in the darkness ...
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Dumas Beach: Haunted Places in India

Dumas Beach Dumas Beach resides in the Indian state of Gujarat. A short distance from the bustling city of Surat, it remains a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. A market-like assortment of shops lines the busy beach front during the day, while various forms of entertainment such as ...
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Wolfsegg Castle and the Hole: Ghosts of Germany

Wolfsegg Castle Wolfsegg is a small, remote village in Germany, positioned a peaceful distance from any major city. The main attraction and the crowning jewel of this small community towers proudly over the village, from a hill located in its direct center. Here, stands Wolfsegg Castle, a great stone edifice ...
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Most Haunted Places in Paris, France

Haunted Paris Paris is a city of love and light. Though peeling backs its layers of history reveal dark undertones that make it an incredibly haunted city too. Below is a list as to where you can find the most haunted places in Paris, France. 8. Pere Lachaise No 'most ...
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St. Sebastian’s Cemetery Salzburg, Austria

St. Sebastian’s Cemetery Hidden in the plain sight of Salzburg’s city center is a beautifully creepy, little cemetery. The St. Sebastian’s Cemetery feels more like a macabre art gallery than a typical burial place. The square cemetery is framed by artistic portrayals of death and symbolism that reminds visitors they ...
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Portal to Hell: Haunted Houska Castle

Houska Castle In a remote part of the Czech Republic's vast countryside lies a terrifying secret, Houska Castle. This building holds a mysterious past and is rumored to conceal one of the most frightening things imaginable. Many believe that Houska Castle's only purpose was to serve as a seal to ...
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Abandoned Children’s Hospital: Berlin, Germany

The Abandoned Children's Hospital of Berlin  Unlike most truly abandoned buildings, Berlin’s Kinderkrankenhaus Weißensee hides in plain sight. This dilapidated collection of ruined buildings spans over a vast amount of land, barely concealed by a penetrable metal fence. These now abandoned buildings once formed a state of the art medical ...
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Krampus Legends: Krampuslauf Salzburg, Austria

Krampus December sees much of the Western world turn to merry traditions depicting typical Christmas cheer, whilst other parts of Central and Eastern Europe prepare for far darker traditions featuring a demonic counterpart to the jolly Saint Nick. Krampus is fast becoming a frightening new tradition for people all around ...
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