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    Paranormal – Ghosts & Hauntings

    1. The Borley Rectory, UK: Known as “The Most Haunted House in England,” it reported unending paranormal activity like ghostly footsteps, cold spots, and phantom bell-ringing. Sightings of a nun, a coachman, and a headless man are also popular.
    2. The Tower of London, UK: With a rich history of imprisonment, execution, and torture, it’s no surprise to learn about its hauntings. Documented apparitions include Henry VI, Anne Boleyn, and the Princes in the Tower.
    3. The Winchester Mystery House, USA: Sarah Winchester, the widow of gun manufacturer, William Wirt Winchester, constructed this mansion reportedly guided by spirits. It has stairways to nowhere, doors opening to walls, and secret passages—an architectural labyrinth that supposedly confuses roaming spirits.
    4. The Myrtles Plantation, USA: This 18th-century plantation in Louisiana is said to be haunted by 12 different apparitions, including Chloe, a mistreated slave who supposedly poisoned the family after having her ear cut off for eavesdropping.
    5. The Eastern State Penitentiary, USA: Active from 1829 until 1971, this prison housed some of America’s most notorious criminals. Paranormal investigators report shadowy figures, echoing voices, and tormented screams from its deserted corridors.
    6. The Stanley Hotel, USA: This hotel inspired Stephen King’s “The Shining.” Ghostly children can allegedly be heard laughing and running in the hallways, piano keys play themselves, and room 217 (where King stayed) is particularly active.
    7. Aokigahara Forest, Japan: Known as the “Sea of Trees” or “Suicide Forest,” it’s believed to house yūrei, ghostly figures stuck in a form of purgatory. Visitors report an unnerving silence, a feeling of watchfulness, and the macabre discovery of the remnants of those lost to suicide.
    8. Poveglia Island, Italy: This small island near Venice served as a quarantine zone for plague victims and later a mental asylum. It’s allegedly haunted by plague victims, mental patients, and a surgeon who reportedly jumped from the bell tower.
    9. Highgate Cemetery, UK: Hauntings reported here involve a tall specter with hypnotic red eyes, dubbed the “Highgate Vampire.”
    10. Bhangarh Fort, India: According to local legends, a wicked sorcerer cursed this 16th-century fort. Based on chronic sightings of spectral shadows, chilling whispers, and apparitions, it’s informally known as “The Most Haunted Place in India.”