10 of the Most Hunted Places in the World

Posted on 07/27/2012
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There are just some places in the world which give you shivers down your spine. It is not something you can explain, but it makes you uncomfortable staying there. Sometimes it is good to go down with your guts and run as hell from a place like that. If you feel some strange vibe while checking out a house you are planing to buy, trust your instincts and don't do it. Places which are likely to be haunted are not giving a warm embrace to people. Something very bad must had happened here. Ghost are restless if some injustice has been done to them, or if they died in a violent kind of way. It is not likely they will be friendly, so those stories about friendly ghosts as Casper is, forget about it.

There are a lot of stories about haunted places, not all are real ones. But, there are pretty big number of them making money on alleged ghost visiting. But, still there are places in the world which are "more haunted" than others. What does this mean? It simply means that many people have reported some paranormal activities on these places, more than on the others. These are the top 10 places reported as the most haunted. If you would visit them, surely you will get the idea why this is the case.

10. Borley Rectory

Borley Rectory is located in the small village of Borley, near Sudbury, UK. This small village doesn't look haunted at all, but this village has a reputation as the "most haunted place in England". Borley Rectory was built in 1863 for the Reverend Henry Bull, it sits on the site of an ancient monastery. The ghost of a mournful nun who patrolled the so-called 'Nun's Walk' had often been seen there. An old story claimed that she had fallen in love with a monk from the Borley Monastery – to much outrage – and the two had tried to elope together but had been quickly tracked down. The monk was executed and the nun bricked up in the cellars of the monastic buildings!

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