When it comes to the supernatural there is no grey area; you either believe in it or you don’t.
People who believe in the supernatural are either the ones who scare easily or those who have gone through a paranormal experience. Non-believers, on the other hand, are just the opposite.
There are many places in the world which are infamous for being haunted. However, in order to make sure if these places are really haunted, one needs to personally visit these places.
So if you do not believe in the existence of the supernatural and are looking for a first-hand horror experience, book your next vacations in one of these ten places.
1. ANCIENT RAM INN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND
The Ancient Ram Inn is claimed to be the most haunted house in the whole of the United Kingdom.
According to legend, this Inn, which was built in 1145, saw a lot of terrifying things including child sacrifices and devil worship. Furthermore, this Inn is believed to have been constructed on a 5,000-year-old Pagan burial ground.
There have numerous instances of the Inn’s guests fleeing in the middle of the night after hearing disembodied voices, seeing full bodied apparitions and getting the feeling of being touched or pulled in their rooms.
2. OLD CHANGI HOSPITAL – CHANGI, SINGAPORE
Built in 1935 by the British as a part of the old Changi military base, this compound was used by the infamous Kempeitai (the Japenese Secret Police) as a prison and torture camp during the Second World War.
The structure was restored as a hospital after the Second World War and continue to function until 1997, till it was replaced by the Changi General Hospital.
Now that the structure is deserted, there have reports of numerous supernatural sightings including apparitions of an old man, children and bloodied Japanese soldiers. Regular noises and screams can also be reportedly heard at the old Changi hospital.
3. THE QUEEN MARY HOTEL – CALIFORNIA, USA
This Hotel was formerly an actual working ocean liner that operated mostly in the North Atlantic between the 1930’s and 1960’s.
This ship was converted into a hotel in the 1970’s in Long Beach, California. This hotel is considered to be one of the most haunted hotels in the US, with the ship having so many areas with strange sightings. Cabin B340
Cabin B340 was believed to be the most haunted part of the ship, with there being numerous reports of paranormal activities from the guests and staff. Probably due to this reason, this room isn’t available anymore.
4. THE WHITE HOUSE – WASHINGTON D.C, USA
The White House has been the official residence of the President of the United States since 1800.
With the residence housing so many American Presidents for the past two centuries (some of whom were assassinated), it is bound to have some tales of paranormal activity.
Many past Presidents and their families, foreign dignitaries and other guests have all reported sightings of numerous paranormal incidents.
Former Presidents Teddy Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, and Dwight Eisenhower and United Kingdom Prime Minister Winston Churchill have all reported seeing the ghost of Abraham Lincoln standing by the fireplace in the Lincoln Bedroom.
Many residents, visitors and staff of the White House have complained of sudden cold spots, disembodied footsteps, voices, knocks.
5. THE TOWER OF LONDON – ENGLAND
Infamous for its history of torture and execution, it is no surprise that the Tower of London is regarded as one of the most haunted places in the UK.
Built in 1078 by William the Conqueror, the Tower of London was used as a prison from 1100 to 1952.
There have been countless reports of paranormal sightings at the Tower of London over the years, with the most famous being the headless ghost of King Henry VIII’s wife Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded in 1536. There have also been numerous sightings of the ghost of Lady Jane Grey, who was beheaded in 1554.
So if you still think that ghosts, spirits, demons, ghouls and other supernatural entities just exist in the fictional world, you should definitely visit some of these places.