Brimming with history and full of cobblestone streets, mediaeval buildings and Gothic architecture, Prague is a city dipped in magical mystery tales, legends, and eerie myths. Stare Mesto, the old town in Prague, is the place famous for ghosts.
Savannah is a renowned haunted city in the world with a rich history of pirates, sailors, and the haunting legacy of the 1820 yellow fever epidemic. It's known for its ancient parks and ornate antebellum architecture.
The notorious Changi Beach is among the scariest places on earth. It served as one of the killing grounds of the Sook Ching massacre for the Japanese Imperial Army during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore.
With a history dating far back to the 10th-11th century, Delhi is often referred to as the "City of Djinns," owing to the many spirits felt across several of its Mughal ruins, including Agrasen Ki Baoli, Malcha Mahal, etc.
The birthplace of Vlad the Impaler, who inspired Dracula, offers fans a haunting experience. Explore his childhood home with a mini torture museum, or venture into the eerie Holy Trinity Church after dark.
Baguio has an abandoned Diplomat Hotel linked to World War II war crimes and is said to be haunted by the spirits of its victims. The Laperal White House, infamous for torture and murder, will send shivers down your spine.
Norfolk has suffered decades of natural disasters ranging from hurricanes, fires, and conflicts. At Blickling Estate, the legend of Anne Boleyn haunts the people while visitors have reported eerie moans and cries of long-dead mariners.
Once a bustling city, Kolmanskop now stands as a deserted town. It emits the quality of a haunted city ever since it was deserted after its diamond mine went replete.
New Orleans, the most haunted city in the US, boasts Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar, LaLaurie Mansion, Hotel Monteleone, Tableau Theater, and the infamous St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, home to a diverse cast of spirits.
Dublin's supernatural tales, born from centuries of fireside storytelling, weave a rich tapestry of ghostly characters. Each cultural era, from the Celts to the Protestant ascendancy, has left its mark on the city's folklore.