In one of the old communist high rises in Beijing, it is said that the ghost on the eighth floor is still haunting the Fusuijing Building after being wrongly accused.
Some of the most haunted places in the world are easily old schools. This is the case with Ping Shan Tat Tak School in Hong Kong that had more than one haunted legend behind it before it closed down.
In his old workplace at Plaza Nueva, there is the ghost of an old executioner that is said to still walk over the plaza in Granada, Spain. It is said he is still dressed in his garb, as he is on his way to one of the executions for a day’s work.
The B215 otherwise known as Bundesstraße 215 is a stretch of roads that are haunted in Germany. It has more deadly accidents than other roads in the country according to the stories, and is also haunted by a Woman in White.
Wandering under the decorative lamp post at the Plaça del Comerç in Barcelona, people have seen what seems to be a ghost walking over the plaza, seemingly at the same time each time. Who is this ghost still wandering, and what happened at this plaza?
One of the four most well known haunted houses in Beijing is No. 33 Xiaoshihu Hutong. People have talked about the sound of a woman reciting poetry in the night for centuries, and used to be the home of one of the most important authors in Chinese Literature.
A vacation inn in Hong Kong has been called haunted after people staying there have claimed to have seen ghostly apparition of people that have ended their life in the Bela Vista Villa.
On a narrow street in the heart of Barcelona you will find the remains of the Alchemist House on Carrer D’Estruc. It used to belong to a renowned alchemist named Astruc Sacanera. Centuries after the alchemist left, people claim strange stuff happens around the house. Could it be haunted?
At St. Mark’s Square in Venice there are two columns placed. And if you believe old folklore you can’t pass between them, or you’ll be cursed.
In an old inn in the Carrer de Flor de Lliri in Barcelona, people talk about visitors disappearing in the dead of the night without any leads. What happened to them? Did they just leave the city? Or are they still wandering the streets as ghosts as they never even survived their first night?
In the midst of the old one of the old hutong neighborhoods in BEijing it is a house that is said to be more haunted than others. In the Ming Dynasty a famous female military general used the courtyard of the Dongmianhua Hutong to behead soldiers not following her commands.
Passed around on the school campuses, the story about the Ghost of the Braided Girl from the train tracks have been told for decades now and close to all students attending the Chinese University of Hong Kong have heard about the haunting urban legend.
In the supposed haunted street in Barcelona, Calle de Montcada, people still talk about the ghost of the Archbishop who was killed there centuries ago and his murderer who is haunting the street to this day.
In the old gothic castle of Burg Wolfsegg in Germany, there is a local castle legend about a White Lady haunting the place. The ghost is supposedly of one of the Countess living there who was murdered by her husband.
Nestled in the heart of the city, Plaza Real in Barcelona has long been shrouded in mystery, captivating locals and tourists alike with its dark allure in the Gothic Quarter close to La Rambla in Barcelona. From ghostly apparitions from a sad ghost wandering, this is a place where the past seamlessly merges with the present, leaving a lingering sense of unease in its wake.
Discover the spine-tingling secrets of Beijing’s haunted subway. It is said that the Metro Line No. 1 was haunted by ghosts and had to have an exorcism when they started building it. But did it work?