In this post, you are going to see a spooky reallife ghost, a haunted hospital where patients were tortured, a seriously spooky Cemetery, and so much more. Starting off with a place that was swallowed by flames and working, making our way to the scariest place in the world. Number 15. Swallowed by the flames. The terrifying reality most often takes precedence over the Legends of ghosts and spirits haunting a place.
On February 1974, at 08:50, a.m. An air conditioning unit in the high rise overheated, causing a fire. From the desks to the benches, the curtains and even the walls, the house was a giant fire hazard. All of the products are made of flammable materials. There was just one stairwell and there were no fire alarms, emergency lights or exits, or a sprinkler system in the house.
Within, there were 756 people. The fire rendered the stairwell impassable above the 11th floor, so firefighters began evacuating the occupants through elevators. Despite standard fire procedure, around 170 people climbed to the roof in hopes of being rescued by helicopter. But there was no place to land, and the smoke made aerial rescues impossible. 80 of the 170 people on the roof hid under the floor tiles.
After the fire was put out, only these people were discovered alive on the roof. Another 40 people died as a result of jumping or falling. By 10:30, a.m. The fire had burned itself out, allowing police and firefighters to count the death toll. 179 people had died in the blaze.
The structure was rebuilt over a four year period and renamed Prakada Bandera after the squared faces. The new structure is said to be haunted by those who perished in flames. Number 14, spooky Cemetery. When you bit the dust in Victorian days, this was the place to be. This necropolis was trendy at the time, but it has since crumbled and deteriorated due to World War II neglect, and the Cemetery has become an eerie, barren place with the dead trees and twisted Ivy.
During this eerie and dark period in the cemetery’s history, several rumors surfaced. Perhaps this is because of unsavory and unnatural characters like being in environments like this. This burial ground is home to many ghosts and apparitions, including a vampire, a man in a top hat, a masked figure and a Gray, Haggard old woman. Perhaps you’ll be fortunate enough to hear the bells in the abandoned Chapel ringing. Thankfully, the Friends of Highgate Cemetery were working on repairs and renovation of the historic site.
Number 13. Frederici Opera. George Copen, who built the historic Princess Theater in 1854, was an actor and manager who is busy operating and renovating several nearby theaters in Melbourne. However, on March 3, 188, this particular theater was setting for a tragedy. Frederick Baker, also known by his stage named Frederici, was portraying Methastophilis in the Opera of Faust.
Methysopheli’s dramatic descent into hell through the Princess Trapdoor was a powerful scene in the opera. Federici’s success that night must have been particularly exhausting because he collapsed and died before reaching the theater’s basement. Following that, the entire cast was assembled to deliver the bad news. When they asked when it happened, they were perplexed. The other performers clarified that this was unlikely because he had just taken his last boughs on stage.
A mystery figure can still be seen on stage, and it also made an appearance for a set photographer when a documentary was being filmed there. Number Twelve Spirits of the Past Since the 12th century, this fortification in Scotland has existed in various forms. The Castle saw several wars before being demolished by the Scots in 1337 to prevent the English from using it. Bishop Walter Trail, however, ordered the Castle restored by the end of the 14th century. The Castle has a long history, and many historical figures have passed through its gates for a variety of reasons.
This, however, is not a list for them. The White Lady who walks around the Castle surrounding the shoreline is one of the apparitions who frequents this Castle. Patrick Hamilton’s spirit resides in one of the buildings where he has a clear view of the spot where he was burned alive. You will also see Cardinal Beaton’s ghost who was assassinated and hanging nude from the Castle battlements visit during the night time hours of October and November for the best chance of seeing these supernatural inhabitants. Number Eleven Spooky Lighthouse Spanish settlers founded this Lighthouse in Saint Augustine, Florida, in the 1600s.
It became an official U. S. Lighthouse in 1824, but was eventually replaced by the present Lighthouse, which is around a quarter mile away. Mr. Andrew, the Lighthouse keeper, died in a tragic accident while painting the tower.
In the original, there was a land dispute when the Lighthouse was being constructed, and one of the parties involved, Dr. Balladr, is still set to haunt the site, along with the ghost of poor Mr. Andrew. Three young girls are said to have drowned when their hand cart dropped off the Tramway, and their ghosts now wander the grounds. However, the procession of lost souls does not stop there.
Many residents heard odd noises and saw a young girl wandering around while the keeper’s house was being rented out for apartments. When visiting this Lighthouse, be cautious. Maybe you’ll be the next catastrophe. Number Ten Legend of Yuri Some will happily tell you New Zealand’s capital is home to one of the world’s most haunted theaters. The current structure was built in 1912, and if you get a chance to show there, you could run into Yuri.
According to legend, Yuri was a Russian performer who died after falling from height above the stage. Or was he assassinated? Some speculate that he was pushed by a fellow Russian actor. Regardless of the Ghost’s identity or justification for remaining, a large number of people would testify to its presence. Yuri enjoys tinkering with the lights, and his favorite pastime is turning all the lights back on after the theater is closed for the night.
Wailing woman who cries, moans and you guessed it whales in the theater also calm St. James home. She was booed during a show in real life, which she took to heart and proceeded to commit suicide in the dressing room. With all of the unfortunate incidents that have supposedly occurred at the theater, it’s easy to see why ghost stories continue to this day. Nine Crawl the hell Away Mr.
Crispr William Crawley began his work on the house in 1885. The house was occupied by the family until 1948, after which it sat empty until 1963. Mrs. Crawley said to wander the Chapel after Mr. Crawley died, where she spent several hours of her life.
The virtue is home to a woman dressed in period garb. Perhaps she is the maid who died after falling from the balcony on the stairs below. The discoloration from where her bloodstains were bleached off can be seen. At least three people have died as a result of the second story alone. Mr.
Crawley died of blood poisoning and a woman died during childbirth are two of the deaths. Objects move on their own and faces can be seen peering out of the second story windows with no balcony or supports. Terrifying beyond words, isn’t it? Number eight. Mary who Mary left the ballroom after an altercation with her partner on the dance floor.
She was walking home along Archer Avenue when a car swerved out of control and hit and killed her just as she passed Resurrection Cemetery. Her family was devastated, and she was buried in the graveyard where she died, still dressed in her dancing gown and shoes. And with that, the tale comes to a close at least until five years later. Jerry Pollis in 1939 asked a lovely blonde girl across the room to dance. They danced all night long with a young lady not saying anything.
After the night was over, he gave her a ride home, which she accepted. Instead of driving to the address she had given him, she quickly told him to pull over and let her out at Resurrection Cemetery. She vanished as soon as she reached the Cemetery. Jerry went to the address where she was scheduled to arrive the next night. He was wrong, according to the woman, because there was no girl who lived there.
On the mantelpiece, he saw a picture of the young lady with whom he had spent the whole evening dancing. The woman introduced herself as her daughter and said that she had been dead for five years. People still see the girl walking down the street. They offer her rides, but she vanishes from the car. Some claim to have kissed her, and others claim to have danced with her.
Scary Yet Heartbreaking Seven UFO According to one legend, a baby drowned in the Pellegrini Lake near Bajo Negro, where witchcraft is allegedly practiced. It is said that the poor infant’s ghost still haunts the pool. Visitors to the area have confirmed hearing a child’s cries, but no one has been able to pinpoint where the sound came from. Others have reported seeing UFOs in the region, while others have reported seeing groups of people dressed in black robes performing strange rituals. A girl’s body was discovered unharmed inside a Cemetery in 2009.
Her body had never been buried in the 1930s. It was merely packed into a box and placed inside an ossuary. Several people claimed to have seen a spectacular floating around the Cemetery after the finding was made public. Number Six An Affair Quinta Dane Hukoso is an old farmhouse in Pennafield, Portugal, that is said to be haunted by the Baron of Locks. The Baron became suspicious of his wife’s behavior and persuaded that she was having an affair with him.
He wanted to punish her by tying her to a horse. He then startled the horse, causing it to drag his wife across the ground in a desperate attempt to flee. She died as a result of her injuries. Unfortunately, the Baron later discovered that his wife had not, in fact, cheated on him. He was so distraught that he killed his children and then committed suicide.