Famous haunted places in World
The Tower of London
Recently, Historic Royal Palace has become less strict about letting the public in after hours; it now has limited Sunday twilight tours at 7.oopm-8.30pm in November (nothing in December, sadly). Expect the subjects of spooked sentries and Anne Boleyns headless ghost to be raised.
Winchester House, US
Speak to any American ghost-hunting enthusiast and, sooner or later, the subject of Winchester House comes up and the good news is that you can tour 110 of the 160 rooms. The tour lasts two-and-a-half hours; look out for repetitions of the number 13 and spider-web motifs. Not National Rifle Association approved.
Aokigahara Forest, Japan
For corner-of-the-eye encounters, this dark and most unsavoury of locations has become the object of great interest for Japanese demonologists and ghost-hunters. A 3,500-hectare forest of dense woodland at the base of mount Fuji is one of the most popular places in Japan to commit suicide.
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