Ghost hunters usually try to catch glimpses of spirits. However, the sources of these glimpses are few and far between. In fact, some ghost hunters live and die without seeing a ghost. And not all places associated with ghosts have ghosts indeed. Don’t forget that a ghost is a spirit that can manifest when it wishes and to those it wants. Luckily, there are places renowned for harbouring these spirits, and here are four of them.
Located in Venice, Italy, the beautiful Poveglia island was once a quarantine location for plague victims. The island also acted as a hospital for people with mental problems in the early 20th century. Many ghost hunters claim this place is now a paranormal activity hub.
Raynham Hall, England
While Raynham may be beautiful now, its dark past is still vivid in the minds of many, and no one can change that. The spot is associated with Lady Dorothy Walpole, believed to be a hall apparition. Lady’s spirit is believed to have appeared, captured, and been featured in the Country Life film of 1936. You may visit Raynham hall any time of the year and feel the experience. Just ensure you’re passionate about ghosts.
Port Arthur, Australia
For ghost hunters, Port Arthur boasts many spooky tours to satisfy them. This Tasmanian town is known for paranormal activities. Does this make sense? Yes, given the town’s creepy past. The place is a former penal colony, where prisoners had to endure solitary confinement and other punitive actions meted out on them to correct their bad behaviour. While some came through, some died, with their souls finding it impossible to rest peacefully after all the atrocities.
Bhangarh Fort, India
Located about 200 miles from India’s capital territory, Delhi, Bhangarh is an isolated fortress in the midst of the wilderness. Legend has it that a sorcerer cursed the place following a rejection by a local princess. You can pay the fort a visit to see its impressive ruins and experience the presence of a ghost.