The people tend to be nice places and with a certain charm where you can breathe an atmosphere of peace and tranquility prized by any person who lives between the intense hustle and bustle of any city.
However, in some instances, these small pools of peace can become a real nightmare that you never want to go to spend the summer, or at least only mandarías of vacation to your mother-in-law.
Below we will show you the 10 villages haunted the world’s most famous:
1 – Borgvattnet, Sweden
Located in the north of Sweden, the village of Borgvattnet is known for having one of the most haunted homes in the country. Though the old vicarage was built in 1876, it was not until 1927 when they began to appear the first reports of ghosts in the hands of the chaplain Nils Hedlund, who claimed that an invisible hand I threw the clothes on the clothesline.
During the 1930s, a priest witnessed the apparition of an old woman in a room who disappeared in front of him when he tried to follow it. In 1945, the chaplain Erick Lindgren reported a phenomenon really disturbing: apparently was thrown from his chair on multiple occasions by an invisible entity.
2 – Nayavutoka – Fiji
In February 2016, the tropical cyclone that Winston hit the village in Nayavutoka, in the province of Ra, Fiji. The wave conditions caused by the cyclone caused the destruction of many houses and the death of two people. One of the victims was a disabled man of 32 years called Pauliasi Naiova.
So Balesavu, who was in charge of taking care of Pauliasi, that he woke up several days after the funeral due to the barking incessant of the dogs in town. As he recounted Balesavu, that night he saw Pauliasi waiting of standing in front of him and murmuring, “kakana“, which means “food“.
Balesavu claimed that the dogs were barking at night next to the mattress where he used to sleep Pauliasi. A week later, a group of young people came out terrified of the house in which you camped by ensuring that they had seen Pauliasi limping around the house asking for “kakana”.
3 – Kuldhara – India
In Rajasthan, near the border with Pakistan, there is a mysterious village that was abandoned by all its inhabitants 200 years ago. No one saw them leave, and no one knows where they could have gone.
Some inhabitants of the nearby villages believe that left behind a curse that brings death to anyone that tries to inhabit the village.
Except for a few tourists, and paranormal investigators, no one dares to visit the village of Kuldhara. Researchers have reported to have seen apparitions unexplained and have been touched on the shoulder by an invisible presence during your visits.
What is perhaps most chilling are the fingerprints of the hands that some claim to have found in his vehicle after he finish his research.
4 – Beenleigh – Australia
The old town of Beenleigh is composed of 20 buildings of heritage interest that contain historical articles original used by those who lived there from the 1860s onwards. Interestingly, in addition to historical items, this town also seems to have ghosts lurking their streets.
In some of the photographs taken by the paranormal investigators that have decided to investigate the place you can see a shade blurred and dark in the gardens, the face of what seems to be an old man in one of the windows and a woman with a long dress in one of the buildings.
The photography experts are not convinced of the authenticity of the photos. However, the CEO of the historic old town confirms that I have been going this type of activity for a long time, including the appearance of shadows, unexplained, and even a piano that is touch only.
5 – Bramshott – England
The village of Bramshott has enjoyed since the 1700’s an inn called the “Seven Thorns” that has experienced all kinds of crimes and outrages, including assassinations.
From the moment that the violent crimes began to take place, the inhabitants of the place began to report some paranormal sightings that still continue to this day. It is believed that Bramshott has up to 17 ghosts that haunt him, including Mistress Butler, who dwells along the river where he drowned in 1745, and Flute Boy, through the streets of the village for the night.
Other of the ghosts most famous of the people are mrs. white, the lady grey, and a young boy killed in 1772.
6 – Prince Albert – South Africa
Built in 1762, the small town of Prince Albert, south Africa, has among its inhabitants and with the numerous ghosts, and the strange thing is that they all seem to be friendly.
The village offers a stroll ghostly guided that it presents to the tourists the ghost of a young bride who lost his life the night before her wedding. Now round the local museum, but it is said that you are in a good mood, despite his tragic fate.
Then there’s a young girl dressed in a night that jumps on one of the beds in the house of Mearns, where I used to live a doctor of war. And how not to, there is also an old man who frequents the porch of a house and piropea to women passing in the street.
7 – Lawers – Scotland
“The town has been cursed by the Lady Lawers”, so reads the warning they will see the people interested in buying what remains of the old village of Lawers, situated in Scotland.
The woman, a guess of the SEVENTEENTH century, apparently would have cursed the ash next to that would be buried after his death. A farmer named John Campbell cut the tree cursed in 1895 and was gored by his own bull shortly after death.
Campbell died of their wounds, and a neighbor who tried to help him he went mad and had to be hospitalized in a psychiatric hospital. The horse was used to drag the tree also died for no apparent reason.
To this day, still continue to see apparitions of the ghost of a woman in the place.
8 – Voltri – Italy
In the small town of Voltri there is a house of sinister aspect along a winding road. The house, Ca ‘ delle Anime, was an inn that belonged to a family that suffered from mental problems. Once in a while, the family was pulling large pieces of furniture on their clients while they slept, what I wore to death by suffocation. Then desvalijaban to the deceased before throwing it away to a mass grave that had been built.
It is said that the spirits of the victims are restless because they can’t get out of the house where they were killed and who roam the corridors, move the furniture and throw the cutlery to publicize their presence.
9 – Belchite – Spain
During more or less two weeks in 1937, thousands of people, including women and children, perished in the town of Belchite during the Spanish Civil War. Thousands of people died of hunger or by the impact of shells fired from the surrounding hills. Some corpses were burned in the town square while others were sealed in a press-underground olive oil.
Sometimes, you can hear the cry of a child that walks the deserted streets of Belchite. The child cries and calls his mother, both were lost during the war. The farmers of the area claim to hear other sounds, unexplained voices at night.
10 – Oradour-Sur-Glane – France
The June 10, 1944, the germans invaded the town of Oradour-sur-Glane and separated men from women and children. Then they fired most of the men in the legs and then set them on fire. Only five men managed to escape the massacre.
The soldiers fired at the women and children with machine guns and grenades. Some of them were also burned alive. Afterwards, they burnt all the houses in the village.
In 1958 they built a new village with the same name near the place where took place the slaughter. However, the residents refuse to step on the ruins of the old village.
Apparently they claim to have seen the spirits of the dead wandering the ruins at night and also notice the smell of the stench of burning flesh and the wood from the old village.