TOP 10 MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN THE WORLD Sept 10, 2011 19:02:16 GMT -6
Post by auntym on Sept 10, 2011 19:02:16 GMT -6
Top 10 Most Haunted Places In The World [/color]
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their haunted stories:
10:According to some people the ghosts of people who were killed during the war haunt this place. Some say the patients who died here despite having the hope to be alive turned into ghosts. Hearing the banging of doors, windows, clattering of dishes and screaming voices during night are reported by people.
9:The screaming woman has sometimes been described as being both young, old & in between. She has been especially associated with the Officer's Quarters. Heard countless times and with such volume, that the Philadelphia police have been called out on numerous occasions, but upon arrival, no evidence of a damsel in distress could be found. She has often been identified as Elizabeth Pratt.
8:It was on a very sunny day and this man took pictures of the Stanley hotel's teepee in the back for some tourists and he took a picture and saw this man taller than normal and was transparent
7: this one guy walked into the Whaley house one day and tried to take pictures with a Kodak 400 camera and it tells you if your too close to an object and everywhere he tried to take a picture in the house it said he was too close
6:Residents of Jefferson Hall, in 1996, found more than they bargained for one day when they decided to go looking around their dorm. While walking around upstairs they came across a room that as far as they knew was unused, but the door was wide open. Looking into the room, they noticed a woman, dressed rather conservatively, sitting at an old desk in a dark corner of the room. The residents later said that she looked like an elementary school teacher. The students greeted her and then realized what they were really seeing. The residents noticed that the woman was not only transparent, but was also floating a couple of inches above her chair. Upon seeing this, they freaked out, and ran to their RA (residential assistant).
5: In her time, the Queen Mary carried seasick sailors, destitute stowaways and wealthy vacationers. With this kind of history it's not surprising she saw her own share of deaths, now a hair shy of 50. In fact, there are so many haunting that some parts of the ship are now barred from the public. But for the paranormally curious there are still haunted tours of the cabins and halls that housed death. You can also lodge at the Queen Mary but after reading this, you may have second thoughts.
4:There are a number of legends associated with this 14th-century castle, and it has a reputation of being haunted. It has 2 famous female ghosts; the White Lady and the Blue Lady. According to legend the White Lady is the spirit of Margaret Pomeroy, who starved to death while imprisoned in the dungeons by her jealous sister. Apparently she haunts the dark dungeons, and rises from St Margaret's Tower to the castle walls. The Blue Lady is not confined to specific areas and is supposed to lure people into parts of the ruin. Apparently it's a very bad idea to follow her!
3: Al Capone, who spent his last years at Alcatraz with his health in decline from untreated syphilis, took up playing the banjo with a prison band. Fearing he would be killed if he spent his recreational time in the "yard," Capone received permission to spend recreation time practicing his banjo in the shower room.
2:The haunting of the Screaming Tunnel is one of Niagara Falls' most enduring legends. Located off Warner Road, the tunnel runs under the railway tracks that link Niagara Falls to Toronto and New York City. According to local legend, over a century ago,this story has the girl set ablaze in the tunnel by her enraged father when he learned his wife had won custody of their children during an nasty divorce battle.
1:Changi Beach served as a popular killing ground for the Japanese during the Sook Ching massacre of The Second World War. Thousands of Chinese were tortured and killed during this Operation as they were suspected of being anti-Japanese. Strange crying and screaming are reported by people. The heads of the Chinese dead bodies are sometimes seen flying everywhere and headless bodies walk around the beach. The scariest thing is that the ghosts leave blood stains. During nights people observe dug holes that appear as if they were used for burying bodies.