Go On A Spooky Adventure!
Who wants to know some scary places to visit on Halloween?
The festival is a wonderful time to celebrate all things ghoulish and ghostly, but if you want a place where things are as black as hell and things really do go bump in the night, you might want something a little more scary than your neighbor’s annual backyard decorations and trick or treating after sundown. Here are some scary places to visit on Halloween.
The Chapel of Bones in Évora, Portugal
One of the best known monuments in Évora,Portugal. It is a small interior chapel located next to the entrance of the Church of St. Francis. The Chapel gets its name because the interior walls are covered and decorated with human skulls andbones.
A Labyrinth in Dracula’s Castle
Buda Castle in Budapest is home to an extensive underground labyrinth where Vlad Dracula was once held and tortured. The castle itself is a World Heritage sight and its stunning architecture is well worth a visit. Visitors looking to experience the spookier side of the castle can book an atmospheric night tour.
A Castle Haunted by Witches
Moosham Castle is located outside of Salzburg, Austria, and is now the home of a fascinating museum that showcases the castle’s storied past, including its role in the gruesome witch trials. Visitors can see the original torture chamber and legendary executioner’s sword.
A Haunted B&B in England
The spookiest B&B in Britain, where alarmed guests had been so horrified that they ended up jumping off the windows. Located in the Wotton-under-Edge village, the Ancient Ram Inn is supposed to be haunted by over 20 specters who tortured the paying guests of this home built in the 12th century. The Cotswolds cottage was built on the Medieval pagan burial ground, and it was believed to be the home of a child who performed a ritual to sacrifice himself to a devil. It is also haunted by a young girl Rosie. She was a priestess who was killed. The strange things happen here include the ‘electrified’ wooden beams, the scream of a blood-curdling child, and even the feel of a negative force.
Tower Of London, London, England
The Tower of London is one of those architectural landmarks which host a long-back history of execution and torture which dates back 900 years ago. Anne Boleyn is one of the most famous ghosts here. She was the wife of King Henry VIII. In 1536, she was beheaded. Today, her headless body has been spotted haunting the corridors of the Tower.
The White Lady is also seen standing in White Tower’s window where she used to stay for her children. Visitors have also spotted the ghosts of two princes who were young and deemed illegitimate and sent to the Tower by Parliament. The Duke of Gloucester, who was their uncle, ordered to kill them. They are also spotted afraid and holding hands.
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