Haunted Spaces

visitheworld:

Casa de las Brujas (The House of the Witches) in Guanajuato, Mexico. It is said to be haunted by the ghost of a girl who was supposedly found beaten and starved to death in the cellar. Appearances, sounds, and cold spots have all been discovered here. (by lmocte).

visitheworld:

Casa de las Brujas (The House of the Witches) in Guanajuato, Mexico. It is said to be haunted by the ghost of a girl who was supposedly found beaten and starved to death in the cellar. Appearances, sounds, and cold spots have all been discovered here. (by lmocte).

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Nashotah House Theological Seminary


The ghost of an acolyte is said to haunt the Nashotah House Theological Seminary grounds. According to one source, the acolyte’s wife cheated on him with the Dean of the Nashotah House Theological Seminary. She then killed her husband via hanging. Everyone thought he had committed suicide, according to this source. and he was purportedly buried in a nearby corn field for having committed a mortal sin.

Nashotah House Theological Seminary

The ghost of an acolyte is said to haunt the Nashotah House Theological Seminary grounds. According to one source, the acolyte’s wife cheated on him with the Dean of the Nashotah House Theological Seminary. She then killed her husband via hanging. Everyone thought he had committed suicide, according to this source. and he was purportedly buried in a nearby corn field for having committed a mortal sin.


(via Pinterest)

his is a photo of the Santa Fe Railroad Hospital which opened in Boyle Heights in 1904. In 1924 the building was razed and rebuilt. In 1937 the hospital was renamed Linda Vista. Now abandoned, it’s said to be one of the most haunted places in LA.

(via Pinterest)

his is a photo of the Santa Fe Railroad Hospital which opened in Boyle Heights in 1904. In 1924 the building was razed and rebuilt. In 1937 the hospital was renamed Linda Vista. Now abandoned, it’s said to be one of the most haunted places in LA.


(via Sauer’s Castle, Kansas City - KS | Roadtrippers)
The Sauer Castle in Kansas City, Kansas - Several family members died here, and paranormal sightings such as apparitions, orbs and floating lights have been reported.The Sauer Castle was the residence of Anton Sauer. Sauer had married his wife Francesca in Vienna, Austria at age 18 and they raised five children: Gustave O.L., Anthony Philip Jr., Julius J., Emil, and Johanna.

(via Sauer’s Castle, Kansas City - KS | Roadtrippers)

The Sauer Castle in Kansas City, Kansas - Several family members died here, and paranormal sightings such as apparitions, orbs and floating lights have been reported.The Sauer Castle was the residence of Anton Sauer. Sauer had married his wife Francesca in Vienna, Austria at age 18 and they raised five children: Gustave O.L., Anthony Philip Jr., Julius J., Emil, and Johanna.


(via Goshen (Nathaniel White House) | Haunted North America)
The Nathaniel White House, Goshen, NY - An overwhelming sense of evil is felt here. Reactions from witnesses have included uncontrollable fear to a powerful need to leave that cannot be ignored to actual physical illness including migraines and vomiting. There has also been reports of powerful empathic feelings of incredible pain and sorrow. Disembodied voices have been heard as well as inhuman growling and scratching noises. Electronic devices have failed here and batteries have been suddenly

(via Goshen (Nathaniel White House) | Haunted North America)

The Nathaniel White House, Goshen, NY - An overwhelming sense of evil is felt here. Reactions from witnesses have included uncontrollable fear to a powerful need to leave that cannot be ignored to actual physical illness including migraines and vomiting. There has also been reports of powerful empathic feelings of incredible pain and sorrow. Disembodied voices have been heard as well as inhuman growling and scratching noises. Electronic devices have failed here and batteries have been suddenly


theparanormalblog:

Woman Photographs a Ghost Child at a Wisconsin Lake?
A woman by the name of Elizabeth Tolomeo claims that in the early 1990’s, she took this photo of her husband fishing at Dorothy Dunn Lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin. It wasn’t until sometime after she had the picture developed that she noticed what appears to be a young girl standing behind her husband. The girl appears to be wearing a white dress (she believes it could be a pinafore) and a bonnet. Elizabeth says that there wasn’t anybody there when she took the picture. She says the area was once a popular logging area. It was eventually hit with the plague and many young children died. There’s a cemetery in the area, Star Lake Cemetery, and Elizabeth thinks the figure might be the spirit of a child.
If a plague really did hit the area at one time and cause a lot of casualties, then it’s definitely possible that the figure the spirit of one of the victims. A tragic event, especially a large scaled one like a plague, could very well cause some peoples’ spirits to become attached to the area. The picture doesn’t look like it was Photoshopped. If it’s not a real ghost, then maybe there’s a slight chance that this is a case of pareidolia. However, I’m not exactly sure how likely that is. Personally, I think the picture could indeed show a real spirit, but only if Elizabeth is telling the truth and if she’s absolutely sure that there wasn’t anybody else there. I’d like to hear what you think about this picture. Did this woman inadvertently photograph a real ghost? Could it be pareidolia? Or is this a hoax?
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Woman Photographs a Ghost Child at a Wisconsin Lake?

A woman by the name of Elizabeth Tolomeo claims that in the early 1990’s, she took this photo of her husband fishing at Dorothy Dunn Lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin. It wasn’t until sometime after she had the picture developed that she noticed what appears to be a young girl standing behind her husband. The girl appears to be wearing a white dress (she believes it could be a pinafore) and a bonnet. Elizabeth says that there wasn’t anybody there when she took the picture. She says the area was once a popular logging area. It was eventually hit with the plague and many young children died. There’s a cemetery in the area, Star Lake Cemetery, and Elizabeth thinks the figure might be the spirit of a child.

If a plague really did hit the area at one time and cause a lot of casualties, then it’s definitely possible that the figure the spirit of one of the victims. A tragic event, especially a large scaled one like a plague, could very well cause some peoples’ spirits to become attached to the area. The picture doesn’t look like it was Photoshopped. If it’s not a real ghost, then maybe there’s a slight chance that this is a case of pareidolia. However, I’m not exactly sure how likely that is. Personally, I think the picture could indeed show a real spirit, but only if Elizabeth is telling the truth and if she’s absolutely sure that there wasn’t anybody else there. I’d like to hear what you think about this picture. Did this woman inadvertently photograph a real ghost? Could it be pareidolia? Or is this a hoax?

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(via The Mysterious Moving Mannequins of John Lawson House | Road Trip - Discover Your America with Roadtrippers)

Many believe the secret to the dolls lies in the history of the house and property. During a two-week cold wave in the winter of 1871, a train crashed two-hundred feet from the house, killing 22 people on impact. Often times the dolls are found pointing towards the area of the crash site. Other times, they’re discovered with their heads looking towards the only other historical house left of the street, which has sat abandoned for many years. The house was built in 1845

(via The Mysterious Moving Mannequins of John Lawson House | Road Trip - Discover Your America with Roadtrippers)

Many believe the secret to the dolls lies in the history of the house and property. During a two-week cold wave in the winter of 1871, a train crashed two-hundred feet from the house, killing 22 people on impact. Often times the dolls are found pointing towards the area of the crash site. Other times, they’re discovered with their heads looking towards the only other historical house left of the street, which has sat abandoned for many years. The house was built in 1845


(via Real Haunted Houses of Coles County – Mysterious Heartland)

The “Anderson” Farmhouse In 1982 the Daily Eastern News ran a story about an abandoned farmhouse in rural Coles County that neighbors—and visitors—claimed was haunted by the angry spirit of a family patriarch. In the winter of 1955, the legend goes, the Anderson family sat down to dinner as they had every night before, with their grandfather seated at the head of the table. Without warning, the grandfather died, and in his last moments his face splashed down into his soup. The Anderson family—now only a man, his wife, and their two children—hardly waited for their grandfather’s body to be in the ground before they abruptly left their home and all their belongings. They moved to parts unknown, and their farmhouse has sat abandoned ever since… with its table still set for dinner….

(via Real Haunted Houses of Coles County – Mysterious Heartland)

The “Anderson” Farmhouse In 1982 the Daily Eastern News ran a story about an abandoned farmhouse in rural Coles County that neighbors—and visitors—claimed was haunted by the angry spirit of a family patriarch. In the winter of 1955, the legend goes, the Anderson family sat down to dinner as they had every night before, with their grandfather seated at the head of the table. Without warning, the grandfather died, and in his last moments his face splashed down into his soup. The Anderson family—now only a man, his wife, and their two children—hardly waited for their grandfather’s body to be in the ground before they abruptly left their home and all their belongings. They moved to parts unknown, and their farmhouse has sat abandoned ever since… with its table still set for dinner….


(via Pin by Raygun Prater on Haunted | Pinterest)
Ledda. Australia’s creepiest haunted object is a supposedly possessed marionette. Around 20 years ago, Mr W and Ledda made an appearance on national television. The doll was seated in Mr W’s lap. At one point the doll inexplicably turned it’s head toward the camera. You could hear the wood creaking as it turned around prompting one frightened cameraman to flee his post and dash out the back of the studio. It is estimated that the doll is 250 yrs. old.

http://beforeitsnews.com/paranormal/2013/12/australias-creepiest-object-is-a-possessed-marionette-doll-2461246.html

(via Pin by Raygun Prater on Haunted | Pinterest)

Ledda. Australia’s creepiest haunted object is a supposedly possessed marionette. Around 20 years ago, Mr W and Ledda made an appearance on national television. The doll was seated in Mr W’s lap. At one point the doll inexplicably turned it’s head toward the camera. You could hear the wood creaking as it turned around prompting one frightened cameraman to flee his post and dash out the back of the studio. It is estimated that the doll is 250 yrs. old.

http://beforeitsnews.com/paranormal/2013/12/australias-creepiest-object-is-a-possessed-marionette-doll-2461246.html