When ghosts reside in a place, we say that this place is “haunted”. Nevertheless, it’s not clear and there’s no concrete proof that ghosts do indeed exist or even haunt certain places (even though some claim to have seen of ghosts around us). What is clear however, is that a large number of people believe in ghosts and it’s hard not to after seeing these 25 little-known haunted places outside America.
For that matter, the belief in ghosts has become part of pop culture with many movies and books depicting haunted houses, weary spirits, and all sorts or paranormal activity. During the last decade in America, with the popularization of ghost-hunting TV shows we’ve seen the emergence of “super haunts”: destinations with so much spirit energy that people with average sensitivity have been able to “feel” the spirits. Furthermore, these hyper spiritual energy locations easily register on ghost-hunting equipment lending some form of credibility to the existence of ghosts and other paranormal events. However, some might think this is just a local phenomenon or just another crazy thing people believe. Whether you are a believer or not, the truth is that millions of people around the world believe in ghosts to the point of visit supposedly haunted places to find out for themselves if the whole thing is just silly rumors or the real thing. Are you brave enough to visit these 25 Little-Known Haunted Places Outside America?
The Mohatta Palace (Pakistan)
The Mohatta Palace in Karachi, Pakistan, is said to be haunted by ghosts of the British Raj. Museum guides claim to have seen various objects that have moved from their original place, or shifted about, while guards claim to have “felt” the presence of certain spirits at night.
The Vulcan Hotel (New Zealand)
The Vulcan Hotel, in Saint Bathans, Otago, is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a nineteenth-century prostitute who may have been murdered there and was known as “The Rose.”
Casa de la Zacatecana (Mexico)
This beautiful colonial mansion in Santiago de Querétaro, in Querétaro, Mexico, is said to be haunted by two spirits. The legend takes us back to the seventeenth century when a woman known as “La Zacatecana” ordered her husband’s murder and then executed the killer.
Tambun Inn (Malaysia)
Tambun Inn Hotel is located in Ipoh, Malaysia, and is one of the top tourist destinations in the country. It is also reported to be haunted by many apparitions. Some of these accounts mention lights turning on and off, whispers and eerie cries, as well as a report of an old woman spotted in the vicinity of the inn.
Leap Castle (Ireland)
Leap Castle was built around 1250 CE in Coolderry, County Offaly, Ireland. Throughout its history many people were imprisoned and executed there, and it is supposedly haunted by several spirits. It has been featured on the TV shows Scariest Places on Earth and Most Haunted.