Forget the haunted houses in horror movies, you need the real, the historic. So travel to one of the following sites, renowned for their paranormal phenomena and appearances of all kinds.
Edinburgh Castle (Scotland)
900 years of history in the bag, punctuated by clashes, disappearances and other unexplained "phenomena" have given the fortress a solid reputation as a ghost nest.
The house of Amityville, New York (United States)
The Lutz family moves into the house of Amityville which witnessed, a few months earlier, the assassination by Ronald DeFeo Junior of his parents and his 4 brothers and sisters. The Lutz held only 28 days in the house which they deemed to be haunted. The family that succeeded them had no complaints whatsoever, however.
The Queen Mary, California (United States)
Spirits are not afraid of water and the majestic liner is said to harbor some ghosts such as those of a sailor who died in the engine room, a "lady in white" and 'a handful of drowned kids in the boat's pool
The Whaley House, California (United States)
Classified "haunted" by the very serious US Department of Commerce, the Whaley House, was nicknamed because its architect and future tenant was called James Whaley. There would have been collected several tangible proofs of the presence of the spirit of Jim Robinson, hanged a century earlier on the site.
The mysterious Winchester house, California (United States)
The presence of this house in this classification is only due to the fabrications of Sarah Winchester who, after losing her husband and children, went to consult a clairvoyant. The latter told him that ghosts had cooled his offspring and his half. It seems enough that the US Department of Commerce considers the place to be not very neat.
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