Haunted places are chilling and unnerving to watch and if you are a fearless traveler then these places can be your ultimate source of experience! Ghost stories and haunted places have fascinated people from the ancient era and still in this modern world of science and technology people are still attracted to these places. Like the most other places in the world, Europe is a continent that has its share of haunted sights and sightings and this post is about the 3 most haunted places in Europe – enjoy!
Venice of Italy
Maybe this was the last thing that would come to your mind as far as the most haunted places of Europe – but Venice has its share of haunted experiences. The city of Venice is not always sunny and lovely – it can also be pretty scary during the nighttime. Yes, if you walk through those alleyways after the sun has gone down then you will get a feeling of roaming around the haunted places. The old building and nearby you will see the ghostly shadows and if you go nearer then the shadows are vanished into air just like that – everything will scare you if you are a horror fan. The locals are not comfortable at night and you will see that their sense of hospitality will greatly decrease after the sun is set. There is also an island named Poyeglia – which is full of dead bodies that died of Black Plague. Totally a nightmarish experience!
The Leap Castle of Ireland
This is also a haunted site that has a great ghostly past. This is a 14th century castle – full of hidden dungeons are pretty scary. The story goes that at least 20 spirits roam around this castle in the night and people who have actually gone there have experienced some bizarre and disturbing moments. The dungeons are full of skeletons and the place is very disturbing. Some reality haunted shows have been shot there and they have experienced uneasy moments in the castle. Will you go?
The Chillingham Castle of England
This Northumberland castle is known as the home of some really terrible ghosts. It doesn’t really matter if it is true or not, but the place is perfect to give you a shiver. The castle has dungeons and there is also a torture chamber full of paranormal promises. The castle’s history is found form the 13th century and the same family (the Chillinghams) has possessed it for over the years. There are two very notorious ghosts are seen at the castle – the ‘blue boy’ and Lady Mary Berkeley. The legend is that the boy cries and moans in the night and is seen around a bed in the castle wearing blue. The bones of the boy in blue were found in the walls of the castle in the 1920s. Some people reported that the boy still lives there. A chilling place – don’t you think?
It really isn’t so much of a matter whether you are a believer in ghosts and spirits or not – but it for sure that these sites can give you a memorable experience if you choose to visit them.