real haunted houses
Borley Rectory | From 1863 until it burned down in 1939, Borley Rectory was considered to be the most haunted house in England. Inhabitants reported seeing the figure of a ghostly nun wandering the grounds, writing would appear on the wall, and servant bells would ring for no reason. When a new family moved into the rectory in 1928, they found a package containing a young woman’s skull. Yikes.16 Terrifying Wikipedia Pages About Ghosts That Will Make You Lose Your Shit
Considered by many to be one of Scotland’s greatest historical sites, Stirling castle is also said to be the most haunted. In 1956, an architectural photographer visiting the castle early in one morning began to snap a few shots of the empty castle. The photographer saw no one inside, but when he developed the photos he was shocked to see this shadowy figure captured in one of the photographs.
Myrtles Plantation — St. Francisville, Louisiana | Originally built in 1796 (allegedly on an Indian burial site). A later owner was murdered on the porch. There's also the Legend of Chloe, the story of a slave who was forced to become her owner's mistress, had her ear cut off for spying on him, and baked a poisoned cake for said asshole—only to have it eaten by the master's wife and two children, who died. Whereupon Chloe was either hanged or tossed in the Mississippi River.
Claire Cowell took the chilling picture inside 30 East Drive in Pontefract, West Yorkshire – one of the UK’s most haunted homes. The paranormal investigator says the picture shows the arm of a ghostly figure in a monk’s robe clutching rosary beads, which she believes belongs to the violent poltergeist who terrorises the property’s inhabitants.