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This is a list of reportedly haunted locations throughout the world, that are said to be haunted by ghosts or other supernatural beings, including demons. Reports of haunted locations are part of ghostlore, which is a form of folklore.
- 1 Argentina
- 2 Australia
- 3 Bangladesh
- 4 Barbados
- 5 Brazil
- 6 Cambodia
- 7 Canada
- 8 China
- 9 Colombia
- 10 Czech Republic
- 11 Denmark
- 12 Egypt
- 13 Finland
- 14 France
- 15 Germany
- 16 India
- 17 Indonesia
- 18 Ireland
- 19 Italy
- 20 Japan
- 21 Jordan
- 22 Malaysia
- 23 Mexico
- 24 Monaco
- 25 Myanmar (formerly Burma)
- 26 Netherlands
- 27 New Zealand
- 28 Norway
- 29 Oman
- 30 Pakistan
- 31 Panama
- 32 Philippines
- 33 Poland
- 34 Portugal
- 35 Romania
- 36 Russia
- 37 Singapore
- 38 South Africa
- 39 South Korea
- 40 Spain
- 41 Sweden
- 42 Switzerland
- 43 Taiwan
- 44 Thailand
- 45 United Arab Emirates
- 46 United Kingdom
- 47 United States
- 48 Vietnam
- 49 See also
- 50 References
- Cinco Saltos in Río Negro has been reported to have a number of ghosts, most of them reportedly the result of witchcraft. In 2009, an intact corpse of an 8- to 12-year-old girl who had died in the 1930s was found in a cemetery ossuary.
- The Buratimos is the wreck of a former U.S. Navy ship from World War II, that occurred off the coast of Western Australia in 1964.
- Ararat Lunatic Asylum, or Aradale, is the largest abandoned lunatic asylum in Australia. Opened in 1867, Aradale was reserved for many of the incurable mental patients in Victoria during the 1800s. An estimated 13,000 people died here during 140 years of operation.
- Thirteen people were executed at the Ballarat Gaol in Ballarat. The remains of seven criminals are still on the grounds. The Ballarat Ghost Tours operate nightly.
- Beechworth Lunatic Asylum in Beechworth, Victoria is reportedly haunted by several ghosts of departed patients. Open from 1867 to 1995, it has appeared in several books, television shows, and documentaries, including A.C.T. Paranormal. Ghost tours run nightly.
- Brisbane City Hall in Brisbane, Australia has several stories of deaths spanning the eras before and after its construction. During construction, workmen were said to have died while laying the foundations, which were on top of a former swamp. It is also said that the area was once a significant Aboriginal site – either a meeting place or campground. One story relates the death of a maintenance man, or lift attendant, who either fell to his death down the lift well or was crushed by the lift – this story likely results from a suicide from the clock tower that occurred in 1935. Another story claims an American soldier was stabbed to death during World War II during a fight. Staff have reported the sounds of an argument from the Red Cross Tea Room, and there are many reports of sounds and unusual activity in the areas surrounding these deaths. A third story claims the apparition of a woman is regularly seen traversing the main stairs in the lobby, and to look out over the foyer – a story which likely results from another suicide from City Hall's Clock Tower in 1937, although recent photos of the stairwell exhibit a possible apparition.
- Dreamworld is a theme park in Coomera, Queensland. One building inside the grounds of the theme park, where the reality television series Big Brother Australia is produced, has been reported to be haunted since the show's first season in 2001. Numerous production staff claim to have witnessed the presence of a young girl, as well as a child's voice and fog appearing late at night and early in the morning. Additionally, theme park employees have spoken about sightings of a ghost nicknamed Jack Darke, named after a gold prospector who was claimed to have been killed by a buzzsaw in 1897.
- Monte Cristo Homestead in Junee, New South Wales was the site of seven deaths during the 1800s, and is reported[by whom?] to be the most haunted house in Australia. Various ghost groups have reported sightings there.
- North Head Quarantine Station in Manly, New South Wales housed victims of a number of diseases including smallpox and the Spanish flu between 1833 and 1984. It was the site of over 500 deaths. A number of ghost tours are run on the grounds, which includes a large cemetery.
- Port Arthur in Tasmania operates nightly ghost tours.
- The Princess Theatre Melbourne has reported several ghosts since the building opened in 1886. The theatre's best known "inhabitant" is Frederick Baker, whose stage name was Frederick Federici, a talented bass-baritone singer who died during March 1888 whilst singing the role of Mephistopheles in Faust – and who was seen by the rest of the cast taking his bows with them soon thereafter. For years the theater kept a seat vacant in the dress circle for Federici (only ceasing the practice on economic grounds), and his appearance in the dress circle during rehearsals for a new show is considered a good omen.
- Dhaka Airport Road: The segment of the road between Nikunjo and Biman office is reported by believers to be haunted by a lady at night, supposedly causing accidents.
- Dhaka Golf Heights, Banani, Dhaka: Claimed by believers to be haunted by a crying baby, and feelings of being watched are reported.
- Under-construction apartment in Old DOHS, Banani, Dhaka: Said to have ties to Satanism. Lanes 4 and 5 are reputed to have been built on top of graves.
- Purbo Nayatola Rail Crossing, Dhaka: Reported by believers to be haunted by a woman frantically looking for her missing infant.
- Shahidullah Hall Pond, Dhaka: The old pond adjoining Shahidullah Hall at Dhaka University campus is believed to be haunted by people who drowned in the pond.
- Farmhouse in Narsingdi: This farmhouse, over a couple of hundred years old, contains twin ponds called Bhobani and Rukshar, and rumours claim of a Hindu cremation ground on site of one of the ponds.
- Highway Near Mirsharai, Chittagong: The highway connecting Dhaka and Chittagong near Mirsharai, Chittagong is claimed by believers to be haunted by a vanishing hitchhiker at night.
- Pakri Beach, Chittagong: This silver sand beach has a reputation of being haunted. Reported hauntings range from mysterious footsteps and disembodied screams to an apparition of an old sailor.
- Kuakata Beach, Barisal: Rakhaine settlers claim this beach to be haunted. Believers also claim of a large, wooden, gold-laden boat in the surrounding forest area that is supposedly cursed.
- Farmhouse in Comilla: A huge farmhouse in Comilla is reported to be haunted by black shadows assaulting people at night.
- Chase Vault is a burial vault in the cemetery of the Christ Church Parish Church in Oistins, Christ Church, Barbados best known for a widespread but unverified legend of "mysterious moving coffins". According to the story, each time the heavily sealed vault was opened during the early 19th century for burial of a family member, all of the lead coffins had changed position. The facts of the story are unverified, and skeptics call the tale "historically dubious." The tale appears to have originated from anecdotes told by Thomas H. Orderson, Rector of Christ Church during the 1800s, and subsequently repeated in James Edward Alexander's 1833 Transatlantic Sketches.
- The Joelma Building (now the Praça da Bandeira Building) in São Paulo is allegedly haunted by victims of the fire that started on 1 February 1974, after an air conditioning unit on the twelfth floor overheated; centered on the "Mystery of the Thirteen Souls", individuals who died within an elevator as they were trying to escape the fire, and are haunting the building.
Several sites in Canada are reputedly haunted, including Citadel Hill (Fort George) in Halifax, The Algonquin Resort St. Andrews By-The-Sea in New Brunswick, Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta, Darke Hall at University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Fairmont Royal York in Toronto, Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg, Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton, Craigdarroch Castle in Victoria, Plains of Abraham in Quebec City and Bytown Museum in Ottawa.
Several sites in China are reputedly haunted, including Chaonei No. 81, an abandoned mansion in Beijing's Chaoyangmen neighborhood, and the Wukang Mansion, formerly known as the Normandie Apartment, in Shanghai (named after the World War I battleship Normandie).
- Zvíkov Castle: Until 1597 there are stories about a Zvíkovský Rarášek (Rarach is a supernatural being common in Slavic folklore, similar to an imp or trickster) which haunts people in the ancient tower, Markomanka. This tower has stones engraved with unknown symbols, and was built during the Marcomanni rule over Bohemia, in the 1st century BC and 2nd century AD. It was integrated into Zvíkov castle hundreds of years later. Weird events occur here frequently, including weird photos, technical problems, unpredictable behaviour of animals, spontaneous extinguishing of fires, electromagnetic anomalies, and the presence of ghosts. In Czech media it's a popular subject of investigation. Other areas of the castle are also haunted; it is said to be dangerous to sleep in the main tower, with anyone who does dying within a year. Another monster common in Czech culture, fire hounds are also part of the myths surrounding the castle. It is said that these spectral dogs (in some accounts they are depicted with burning eyes) are guarding a hidden tunnel underneath Zvíkov.
- Dragsholm Castle in Zealand is said to be haunted by the ghost of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell, imprisoned there for about five years until his death during 1578.
- Baron Empain Palace: Tourists have reportedly heard voices throughout the palace late at night. Guards and police have reported seeing ghostly apparitions of people who were once residents of the palace, wandering the outside lawn at midnight.
- Farafra Desert: The ghost of Akhenaten is said to wander the Farafra Desert (also known as the White Desert) of Egypt, reported by dozens of tourists and nomads. Legend says this is because Akhenaten abolished the Egyptian gods when he became Pharaoh, angering the religious followers and priests of Egypt. Upon his death, the priests are believed to have cursed him to wander the deserts forever as punishment.
- Pyramids of Giza: A man in early 20th-century clothing has been seen by visitors, rumored to be the ghost of Howard Carter. Various employees and tourists have reported seeing an orb apparition of an Egyptian Pharaoh, floating away from the pyramids towards the Valley of the Kings.
- Valley of the Kings: Eyewitnesses have reported seeing the vision of an Egyptian Pharaoh in the Valley of the Kings, wearing his golden collar, headdress, and riding a fiery chariot with black phantom horses.
- Alexander Theatre in Helsinki is reportedly haunted by the ghost of an officer. The ghost moved to Helsinki as the tiles to build Alexander Theatre were relocated from Åland. Some have suggested that the officer died in the Crimea War and has been there ever since.
- Finnish National Theatre in Helsinki is reportedly haunted by at least three ghosts - an unknown Grey Lady and the ghosts of actors Aarne Leppänen and Urho Somersalmi.
- Haihara Manor in Tampere is haunted by The Blue Maid, former maid of the manor.
- Mustio Manor in the village of Mustio reportedly is a location with several ghosts.
- Nummela Sanatorium, an abandoned hospital in the village of Röykkä is told about rumors of paranormal phenomena, like the windows of the building show mysterious lights, and on the edge of the roof there is a woman who suicides by jumping down. There is also a rumor that the hospital might be haunted by the spirit of a girl who died there at a young age.
- Svenska Klubben (The Swedish Club) house in Kruununhaka, Helsinki, is haunted by the Grey Madame. She is rumoured to be the former lady of the house who had an affair with her chauffeur. She is known to swing the chandeliers, play piano and walk around the house.
- Turku City Library employees have reportedly had paranormal experiences in the basement of the library. The ghost is assumed to be a former librarian.
- Villa Kleineh, a historical villa in Helsinki currently used by the Dutch embassy, reportedly hosts a ghost called The White Lady.
Several sites in France are reputedly haunted, including the Château de Brissac, the Château de Trécesson in Brittany, the Catacombs and Cemetery of Père Lachaise in Paris, Mont Saint-Michel, and the Château de Châteaubriant in western France.
- Berlin: The Reichstag building has been reported to be haunted by numerous ghosts of famous German politicians.
- Heidelberg: The Hexenturm (Witches Tower) and the Nazi Amphitheatre are both said to be haunted by various ghosts.
- Frankenstein Castle: Frankenstein Castle (German: Burg Frankenstein) is a real hilltop castle in the Odenwald, overlooking the city of Darmstadt, and allegedly an inspiration for Mary Shelley when she wrote her monster novel Frankenstein. The SyFy TV show Ghost Hunters International aired an entire episode about the castle and testified it had "... significant paranormal activity".
- Lichtenegg Castle: The ghost of a lady in a white dress is said to be seen standing in front of the entrance to the ruins at midnight. She will, usually, sit down on a flat rock covered with moss.
- Schloss Nordkirchen: The castle was built between 1703 and 1734. According to the legend, at full moon and on certain foggy nights, a few people have reported seeing a luxurious carriage with stallions running through the grounds.
- Wolfsegg, Bavaria, Wolfsegg Castle: This 14th-century castle was supposed to be a sanctuary for travellers. The folklore of this haunting originated from the 1500s, when Ulrich von Laaber hired two young farmers to kill his wife, Klara von Helfenstein, after discovering she was having an affair. Soon thereafter, Ulrich and his sons also died suddenly. There have been reports of strange noises coming out of a cave area near the castle. Several expeditions into the cave, uncovering numerous animal skeletons, leading locals to decide the noises had come from hunters who were hiding their prey. While the cave noises might have been solved, this has not been the case of the haunting of the "White Woman" who is still restlessly making her rounds of the castle.
- Würzburg: There is supposedly the ghost of a dead nun walking through the halls of Praemonstratenser Abbey. The ghost is said to be that of Maria Renata Von Mossau, accused of mixing herbs into everyone's food in order to bewitch them. The nun was taken to be executed only three days after her sentencing in court. She was first decapitated, and then burned and her ashes scattered. To this day, there are reports of her walking down the hallways and holding a bouquet of roses while picking off the petals, leaving a trail across the grounds.
Several sites in India are reported to be haunted, including South Park Street Cemetery in West Bengal on Park Street, Kolkata, and Morgan House, Bhangar Fort, Rajasthan, a colonial-era mansion in Kalimpong that is considered to be one of the most haunted locations in India.
- Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital: The government run hospital located at Salemba, Jakarta. It is rumored to be haunted vengeful spirit nurse named Suster Ngesot.
- Jakarta History Museum: This historical building once served as the administrative headquarters of the Dutch East Indies. The front square of the building was often used as a place of executions for criminals. During nighttime there are reports of sighting of a headless ghost, Dutch colonial lady, and mysterious sounds coming from the underground prison.
- Jeruk Purut Cemetery: A cemetery in Jakarta said to be haunted by the ghost of a decapitated pastor, which carries its head around with it, and is followed by a large black dog. The story was used as the inspiration for the 2006 movie, Hantu Jeruk Purut.
- Kampung Gajah: Opened in 2010, Kampung Gajah was once an amusement park in Lembang, West Bandung Regency until the company that once ran the amusement park filed bankruptcy. The park was permanently closed in 2018. After the closure of the park, many ghost hunters started to use the former site of the amusement park for ghost hunting. One of local YouTuber from West Bandung once visited the former site and reported some abnormal incidents like the camera suddenly goes off twice and drone problems.
- Lawang Sewu: Literally meaning a "thousand doors" in Javanese, it is a former Dutch colonial building located in Semarang, in central Java. Many ghost sightings have been reported here, including a ghost of a Dutch lady as well as headless ghouls. During one of the ghost hunting television programs, a ghost was purportedly caught on camera.
- Parangtritis: This popular tourist beach located in southern coast of Yogyakarta contains legend regarding the foundation of the Mataram Sultanate. It was said that here Panembahan Senopati, the founder of Mataram Sultanate made a spiritual pact with Nyai Roro Kidul, the ruler of Java's southern sea for the well-being of Mataram. Every year, the Labuhan ceremony is held there and in neighboring Parangkusumo beach to commemorate the event.
- Pelabuhan Ratu: Legend says that Nyai Roro Kidul (Nyai is a Javanese and Sundanese honorific for Madame), the Queen of the South Sea and daughter of King Prabu Siliwangi, is supposed to have committed suicide by jumping off the cliff into the sea. Rumors say that if someone wears green when swimming (the Queen's favourite color), he or she will be pulled by her ghost into the sea. Room 308 at the Samudra Beach Hotel is set aside for the Queen's ghost.
- Saidah Tower: An abandoned 30-storey building located in East Jakarta was once owned by Arab Indonesian wealthy family of same name. The building was abandoned in 2007 because of the building structure problems. Many locals believed the former building was haunted since 2009.
- Charles Fort: Haunted by a 17th-century bride known as "The White Lady of Kinsale".
- Charleville Castle: This castle is haunted by the third Earl of Charleville's younger daughter, Harriet. She lost her life after falling from the main staircase of this building at the age of eight, in April 1861. It was featured on Scariest Places on Earth, Most Haunted, and Ghost Hunters International.
- Drumbeg Manor in Inver, Donegal: Considered to be one of the most haunted places in all Europe. Apparitions and strange events are reported to have taken place within the manor, and on its grounds. Stories say that a screaming woman can be heard, as well as the appearance of a man in a white suit walking the halls.
- Ducketts Grove: The mansion was owned by the Duckett family for 300 years, and is said to be haunted by a Banshee Ghost. On 17 March 2011, the SyFy show Destination Truth featured a four-hour live investigation for the season finale to find out the mystery of the ruins.
- Kilmainham Gaol: This former prison has paranormal activities of lights which often turn themselves on and off in the prison's chapel, unseen forces pushing people over, apparitional footsteps, the feeling of being watched by spirits, as well as unexplained bangs and disembodied voices.
- Kinnitty Castle: This Gothic castle sits on a plot that once housed Druids and Bards. It has witnessed a long and turbulent history, and is reportedly the home of many ghosts, the most popular of which is the Phantom Monk of Kinnitty. It was featured on Most Haunted.
- Malahide Castle: This castle is haunted by Lord Galtrim, Sir Walter Hussey, the son of the Baron of Galtrim. Killed in battle on his wedding day during the 15th century, his apparition roams the castle at night, groaning in pain, while pointing at the spear wound in his side. There is also Lady Matilda "Maud" Plunkett. Her spirit appears to workers and guests as she did on the day of her marriage to the Lord Chief Justice. Maud would chase his spirit through the corridors. The third spirit is Puck, a jester who fell in love with Gerard FitzGerald's daughter, Lady Eleanor, who was detained at the castle by Henry VIII for inciting rebellions. One snowy night in December, Puck was found stabbed through the heart, still wearing his jester suit and cap. Before his death, he swore that he would haunt here until a master with a bride from the people ruled this castle. However, he promised not to harm any male Talbot who slept here. Numerous visitors have reported seeing the jester's face on some photos taken here. The White Lady is the fourth apparition here. The White Lady is a painting of a very beautiful, but unknown, lady which hangs on the castle's Great Wall. It is said that she would leave her painting at times and wander through the grounds at night. The fifth and final spirit is Miles Corbet. He was given this castle and the surrounding property by Oliver Cromwell. During the Restoration, Miles was made to pay for his crimes, and was hanged. It is reported that his apparition appears as a whole soldier in armour which then suddenly fall into pieces.
- Montpelier Hill: The Stewards House, or Killakee House, was built around 1765 by the Conolly family as a hunting lodge. The house has a reputation for being haunted. Stories tell of a particularly large ghostly black cat. The best documented account occurred between 1968 and 1970 when the Evening Herald and Evening Press newspapers carried a number of reports regarding a Mrs. Margaret O'Brien and her husband Nicholas, a retired Garda superintendent, who were converting the house into an arts centre. During the conversion, tradesmen employed on the work site began complaining of ghosts. One night, a friend of the O'Briens, artist Tom McAssey, and two workmen were confronted by a spectral figure and a black cat with glowing red eyes. McAssey painted a portrait of the cat which hung in the house for several years afterwards. Although locals were skeptical of the reports, further apparitions were reported, most notably that of an Indian gentleman, and of two nuns called Blessed Margaret and Holy Mary who had taken part in black masses on Montpelier Hill. There were also reports of incorporeal ringing bells and poltergeist activity. In 1970, an RTÉ television crew recorded a documentary about the house. In the documentary, a clairvoyant called Sheila St. Clair communicated with the spirits of the house through automatic writing. In 1971, a plumber working in the house discovered a grave with a skeleton of a small figure, most likely that of a child or, perhaps, the body of the dwarf alleged to have been sacrificed by the members of the Hell Fire Club. The house operated as a restaurant in the 1990s before closing in 2001; it is now a private residence.
- Leap Castle: Many people were imprisoned and executed in this castle, and it is supposedly haunted by several spirits. It was featured on Scariest Places on Earth and Most Haunted.
- Renyle House Hotel in Galway: Haunted by former anonymous remaining guests.
- Ross Castle: Guests often wake at night hearing disembodied voices and doors banging and shutting on their own. An apparitional spirit who roams here is Richard Nugent's daughter, Sabina. Her lover, Orwin drowned himself. A second apparitional spirit who roams here is Orwin's father, Myles "The Slasher" O'Reilly. This Irish soldier spent his last night here before dying in a battle in 1644.
- St. Michan's Church: This church is haunted by disembodied whispering voices from mummies entombed in the vaults.
- Shelbourne Hotel: This hotel is believed to be haunted by a seven-year-old girl from the 18th century, named Mary Masters, who had lived in the row of houses which once stood where the hotel is now. She died due to cholera during 1791. Her apparition roams the halls.
- Wicklow Gaol: a prison for over 200 years, it is claimed to be haunted by many former prisoners.
- Colosseum: Known also as the Flavian Amphitheatre, was reported to be haunted according to some witnesses and researchers' testimonies. Visitors have described observing ghostly figures wandering the staircases. There have been reports of hearing the cheers and screams from a crowd while no sign of people in the particular section. The vaults were, reportedly, active by the spirits of gladiators waiting to fight, actors waiting to perform, and prisoners becoming prepared for execution. Several accounts of cold touches or pushes have been felt by both tourists and employees. Sounds of animals have also been heard within the vaults.
- The castle of Montebello, in Montebello di Torriana (in the province of Rimini), is famous for the medieval legend that tells that an albino (in the Middle Ages, albino people were thought to be incarnations of Satan) girl nicknamed "Azzurrina" (Italian feminine diminutive for "azzurro", "light blue", the colour of her eyes), born about in 1370 and mysteriously vanished on 21 June 1375 (solstice day), while her father, Signore ("Lord") of Montebello, was fighting in a battle. According to the legend, Azzurrina's ghost appears in the castle every five years from that day, on solstice day. The legend provided fame for the town of Montebello di Torriana and much tourism to the castle, especially on 21 June.
- Poveglia: This island, near Venice, was once a sanctuary to refugees during the Ottoman conflicts, and a hospice for sick patients throughout the centuries. It was detailed, from witnesses, haunted by many victims of the plague. In 1922, the island became home to a mental hospital, where a doctor, reportedly, experimented on patients with crude lobotomies. He later threw himself from the hospital tower after claiming he had been driven mad by the spirits of the island. The island has been featured on the paranormal shows Ghost Adventures and Scariest Places on Earth.
- Teatro Massimo in Palermo.
- Amiidaji (Temple of Amida): In the Shimonoseki Strait, it is the location of a legendary haunting. It is said that the blind Biwa hōshi Hoichi, a resident of the temple, was visited every night by the ghost of a dead samurai, and made to play the biwa in the cemetery. When the priest of the temple learned this, he had the heart sutra painted on every part of Hoichi's body apart from his ears. When the samurai returned to take Hoichi to the cemetery, he could only see Hoichi's ears, so he took them instead, leaving Hoichi earless, resulting his nickname, "Mimi-Nashi Hoichi" (Hōichi the Earless). This legend was famously retold by Lafcadio Hearn in his book Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things, which was adapted as part of Masaki Kobayashi's movie Kwaidan.
- Aokigahara: The forest at the bottom of Mt. Fuji is a popular location for suicide. This results in a widespread belief that it is haunted. It was featured by an episode of Destination Truth on the SyFy Channel.
- Okiku's Well: The well at Himeji Castle is often said to be haunted by the ghost of Okiku. She is supposed to rise from the well at night and count to nine before shrieking and returning to the well.
- Agnes Keith House: A house built in the site of a former house for British colonial officials. Reportedly haunted with a female apparition based on the experience by the house former owners including a known American author named Agnes Newton Keith. The house has now turned into a museum in 2004.
- Bukit Tunku: Previously known as Kenny Hills, Bukit Tunku is a leafy area with British colonial houses. There's a report of a phantom motorcycle and a ghost of woman standing in the middle of the road. Local taxi drivers usually refuse to pick up women and children at night.
- Genting Highlands: Some apartments like Amber Court and Ria Apartment are reportedly haunted as well as First World Hotel, which 6,118 of its rooms are reportedly haunted due to gambling related suicides.
- Highland Towers: After a tragedy that killed 48 residents, the remaining towers was reportedly haunted as claimed by the nearest residents who live not far from there.
- Kinarut Mansion: A former German manor house in the Graeco-Roman style. Local population living near the area of the mansion ruins claimed the place is haunted with "Hantu Tinggi", a type of Malay ghost in the form of tall tree who usually disguised as a normal tree in the heavily forest area. Other passerby claimed to have seen a fast moving apparition and hearing the eerie voice of pontianak, a Malay female ghost at night which were also supported by media crews who covering information about the mansion when they felt "something" was following them through their walk in the area.
- Kuala Lumpur International Airport: The main international airport of Malaysia stands on former oil palm fields. Nighttime employees often see sightings and hear mysterious sounds. There are also reports of possession of airline staffs and airport securities.
- Masjid Kampung Tedong: A new masjid in Kampung Tedong, Melaka, in May 2016, CCTV cameras can capture two wooden boards that can move itself similar to poltergeist.
- Mimaland: Located in Gombak, Selangor, Mimaland used to be a largest theme park in Malaysia until its closing in 1994 due to giant water slide incident that killed a Singaporean tourist. Locals often reported paranormal activities around the former site of the theme park.
- Tambun Inn: Located in Ipoh, it is one of the top tourist destinations in Malaysia, and is reported to be haunted by many ghostly apparitions. Some of these accounts mention lights turning on and off, sounds of whispers and eerie cries, as well as a report of the ghost of an old woman spotted within the vicinity of the inn.
- Tawau Hills Park: Located in the town of Tawau in Sabah, this forest park is a popular tourist destination in Tawau. Home of the tallest tropical tree in the world, the yellow meranti (shorea faguetiana). People are not advised to go to the park at night, as the location is said (by the town residents) to be haunted.
Several sites in Mexico are reputedly haunted, including the Palace of the Inquisition and the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in the City of Mexico, Hospicio Cabañas in Guadalajara, Mapimí Silent Zone in the state of Durango, Chautla Hacienda in Puebla, and the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza on the Yucatán Peninsula.
- A yacht once belonging to Errol Flynn, the USS Zaca, is berthed here and is supposed to be haunted. Witnesses have reported seeing Errol Flynn's ghost pacing aboard. Others have described the sounds of voices and laughter as if a wild party were happening on board.
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- Anne Frank House, in Amsterdam is the former home of Anne Frank, the Dutch/Jewish girl who wrote the world-famous The Diary of a Young Girl the Second World War. In this war, Anne and her family had to hide from the Germans, they did that in the now called Anne Frank House. Which, back in World War 2, was her father's office. Anne, her sister, and her mother later died in concentration camps. People nowadays say that they feel cold spots in the house, have the feeling of being watched and the staff sometimes hear sounds coming from the secret annex. They[who?] say that if you stand outside of the house at midnight you can see a little girl hanging out of the window. Many[who?] say the girl is Anne.
- Singraven, or Singraven Manor is an estate in Overijssel, a province in The Netherlands. In the sixteenth century, Singraven Manor became the residence of some Franciscan nuns for a short time. One of the nuns got bricked up alive, and after that, many strange things started to happen. After the new owner arrived he was unexplainably set on fire by an oil lamp. People[who?] say that the bricked up nun is still haunting the estate today.
- Hoensbroek Castle, is a castle in the province of Limburg. In this castle there is said to be a ghost called the blue lady. Her official name was Anna Catherina and she died on 5 November 1760. People say that she is looking for her 2 children who died at an early age. The children where supposedly buried inside the castle walls while she was not informed.
- Kasteel Waardenburg, or the Waardenburg castle is a castle in the province of Gelderland. This castle is said to be one of the most haunted places in The Netherlands. People feel like they are being watched, hear footsteps and whispers, see things move and feel cold spots. people say that in medieval times the wizard who lived in the castle made a pact with the devil, that he could do and get whatever he wanted for a period of seven years and after that he would be taken by the devil. Till this day there are 2 bloodstains that cannot be washed off on one of the castle walls.
- Blokhuispoort, is an old building complex in the city of Leeuwarden. Blokhuispoort was originally built in 1499 as a citadel. Then it became a fortress, a court and execution place and from 1580 till 2007 it served as a prison. Nowadays it holds little businesses can hire workspace, a museum, a restaurant and the city's library. People have seen objects move on their own, shadow people, doors closing on their own and locked doors opening, voices, people being touched and footsteps.
- Larnach Castle, on Otago Peninsula, is said to be haunted by at least one, and possibly two ghosts: that of Kate, daughter of the mansion's original owner, William Larnach; and that of Larnach's first wife, Eliza.
- The Vulcan Hotel, in Saint Bathans, Otago is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a nineteenth century prostitute, "The Rose".
- Lier Sykehus: An old insane asylum situated in Drammen, Norway, where people claim to have seen ghosts, shadows and apparitions.
- Bahla: A town located in Oman. In neighboring Gulf countries and Oman itself, there are rumors of Bahla being home to jinns, which are same as genies in English.
- The Koh-i-Chiltan peak: This mountain in Balochistan is described, according to a local myth and the legend associated with it, as being haunted by the "... spirits of forty babies."
- The Mohatta Palace in Karachi: Said to be haunted by ghosts of the British Raj era. Museum guides have reportedly seen various objects which have moved from their original place, or shifted about while guards have claimed to have "felt" the presence of certain spirits during the night.
- Coiba: The largest island in the Central American region. It used to be a prison for prisoners in the era of the dictator Manuel Noriega was a very scary place at night. Until a former stronger boxer, Roberto Durán said that he is not alone in the night.
Several sites in the Philippine Islands are reportedly haunted, including the historic Fort Santiago in Manila, the abandoned Diplomat Hotel in the northern city of Baguio, and Silliman University in Dumaguete of the Visayan Islands.
- An unfinished house at Kosocicka St. in Kraków. According to the story known by locals, the house was located on former cemetery ground. Construction started in the 1970s as an investment made by two brothers, but stopped after one of them killed the other in the house. After that the property was bought by another owner, who, for unknown reason, committed suicide in the house at night, at the 3rd floor. Locals claims that ghosts appear in the house.
- Abandoned hospital in Olesno
- Haunted house in Jeleń (part of Jaworzno city). Several families left this place, complaining of noises in the night and items thrown about by a poltergeist. The current owner offers adventure seekers an opportunity to stay in the house overnight (however, only groups of at least two people are accepted).
- The Beau-Séjour Palace, in Lisbon, is said to be haunted by the Baron of Glória, who lived in the palace during the 19th century. Employees working at the palace report moving and disappearing objects and windows opening and closing abruptly. Visitors to the gardens also report hearing the ringing of non-existent bells.
- Visitors at the Bela Vista Hotel, in Portimão, report hearing unexplainable wailings and bangs on the walls at night. The ghost of the previous owner of the hotel is said to haunt room 108, where she reportedly died.
- The Castelinho de São João do Estoril, in Estoril, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little blind girl who accidentally fell to her death in a nearby cliff.
- The Quinta das Conchas, in Lisbon, is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a woman from São Tomé and Príncipe who's reported to have been kept in a cage for several years by Francisco Mantero Belard, the owner of the house in the early 20th century.
- The Quinta da Juncosa, in Penafiel, is said to be haunted by the Baron of Lages and his family. Suspecting that his wife was unfaithful to him, the baron reportedly tied her to one of his horse's legs and dragged her across the floor, killing her. After finding that she was innocent, he proceeded to kill his children and commit suicide. Locals have reported seeing the ghost of the baron several times over the years.
- Moscow Kremlin: Said to be haunted by the Soviet leaders Lenin and Stalin along with other historical figures.
- Old Changi Hospital: The vacated hospital compound was popular with movie-makers after the Singapore Land Authority commenced short term rental of the buildings and is often listed as one of Singapore's most haunted locations due to its history. A former British military hospital, its reputation as a haunted location likely stems from the Japanese occupation, when the Kempeitai used its premises as a prison camp and reportedly turned some of the rooms into a torture chamber.
- East Coast Park: One night a couple was strolling around the area at night. It was at this tower where a group of thugs attacked them, knocking the boyfriend unconscious and killing the girlfriend after violating her. After this particular incident, there have been people claiming to have seen a female figure near the tower; while there have even been alleged screams of help resonating from the area.
- Pasir Ris Park: One of the white sand beaches of Singapore. It is a place where it has been reported that a haunted place is a hotspot where women commit suicide. Nowadays, it is very popular among the ghost hunters.
- Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital: Famous for its very dark past among ghost hunters in Seoul. This abandoned hospital in Gwangju, Gyeonggi is claimed to be the most haunted place in Korea. The once psychiatric hospital is home to many rumors of ghosts.
- Yeongdeok House: An abandoned house on the hill of Yeongdeok the seaside county, in the past used to be a seafood restaurant. It is now a deserted house reputed as a haunted place. Believed to be the ghosts of teenage soldiers who died a number of Jangsa landing operation, a part of battle of Inchon.
- Korean Folk Village: The most popular tourist attraction is located Yongin, Gyeonggi province has been reported to have witnessed Gwisin a vengeful ghost in the Korean folklore.
- Palace of Linares in Madrid: Built between 1872 and 1890 for the Marquis of Linares José de Murga. According to legend this place is the most haunted in Spain. Supposedly, a little girl appears in the mansion, the Marquis fathered her with his sister and they murdered her in order to hide their incestuous relationship.
- Borgvattnets Prästgård: The rectory of the small village of Borgvattnet in Jämtland, northern Sweden, where there have been reports of hauntings since the early 1920s. On December 2, 1947, Bishop Torsten Bohlin revealed plans to "order a scientific investigation of the vicarage after several years of ghosts". The Church of Sweden confirmed ghosts and the village of Borgvattnet immediately became world famous. Today, the rectory is open to the public, and people can spend nights in the house for a small fee (which benefits the village). 
- The house located in Junkerngasse no 54 in Bern is said to be haunted. The origin of this belief is unknown. According to a story, around 12 and 1 am, the windows open and a headless woman appears, laughing in a creepy way. One Story tells that a woman dressed in black appears walking along the rooms.
- Chiayi Min-Hsiung Haunted House: Located in Chiayi City, it was once the residence of the Liu family. It is probably one of the most recognized haunted house in Taiwan.
Many sites in Thailand are reputedly haunted, including Government House of Thailand, Phitsanulok Mansion, Lumphini Park, Sathorn Unique Tower (Bangkok), Ayutthaya Historical Park, and Mahidol University in central, or Lipe in southern etc.
United Arab Emirates
- Al Jazirah Al Hamra: An abandoned fishing village near Ras al-Khaimah which is believed to be haunted by the presence of supernatural jinns.
Many sites in the UK are reputedly haunted, including the Tower of London, 50 Berkeley Square (London), Belgrave Hall, Arundel Castle, and Bruce Castle in England, and Ardrossan Castle, Fyvie Castle, Glamis Castle, and Stirling Castle in Scotland.
Many sites in the United States are reputedly haunted, including Dudleytown in Connecticut, the Cherry Hill Estate and 112 Ocean Avenue House, (a.k.a. the Amityville Horror House) in New York, Williamsburg, Virginia also has many reportedly haunted areas, including old Colonial Williamsburg, as well as several domestic sightings in neighborhoods such as First Colony and Monticello Woods Cliveden Manor, the First Bank of the United States, Fort Mifflin, Library Hall, Pennsylvania Hospital, and Powel House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Octagon House (1801) and the White House in Washington, D.C., and El Adobe de Capistrano in California.
- 300 Kim Mã in Hanoi is a building which was proposed to be the Bulgarian Embassy in Vietnam, but was abandoned for an unknown reason. After a murder near this building, the story of mysterious phenomenas including the ghost of a Western man is popularised across the nation. Now it is the property of Vietnamese government.
- Côn Đảo: The unfinished stone bridge in the deep jungle named "Ma Thiên Lãnh Bridge" is called by the locals "Ghost Bridge", which is a bridge built by over 300 prisoners who suffered a lot and died under French control. One villager saw a long haired male ghost in a white shirt and black pants watch him while he was drinking with a friend, and then disappear. And a female villager said she saw a woman wearing a white dress standing on a bridge alone at the dawn. She knew instantly that it was a hungry ghost. One woman says she had come across a ghost of two boys without a shirt. They forced her to give them dessert.
- The Hui Mansion (now Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts): One of the most mysterious places in Ho Chi Minh City, located at 97 Phó Đức Chính Street, District 1. People believe that the mansion is haunted by the ghost of Mr. Hui Bon Hoa's leprosy daughter.
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