Ghost Haunts

Lincoln Gaol, has been unused for over 130 years and this Georgian penitentiary once followed a severe system of isolation and separation which drove many unfortunate criminals to insanity. Come join Simply Ghost Nights as we explore the only existing prison chapel of its kind which forced the hooded convicts into separate wooden pews where the convict could see nothing apart from the coffin (placed to remind them how close to death they are) on the way in and the preacher throughout his long session in a pew repenting his sins.

In 1878 the system was discredited and the inmates were transferred to the new jail in the eastern outskirts of Lincoln, however what was left behind is now said to house ghostly apparitions, eerie voices and dramatic cold spots.

From the sounds of footsteps, slamming doors and disembodied voices to a figure shaped mist and woman in Victorian dress- do the souls of the once incarcerated and condemned remain captive and will they choose to make contact?

The Gaol was built in 1787 and extended in 1847. It has been used as a film location for many TV programmes including Ghost hunting with the Happy Mondays. At the age of 54 William Marwood persuaded the governor of Lincoln Castle Gaol to allow him to conduct an execution. William Frederick Horry was the first person to hang using the “long drop” technique of hanging on 1 April 1872

The sounds of footsteps, slamming doors and disembodied voices have been heard; a woman in Victorian dress and a figure shaped mist have been seen. Slamming doors have been heard as well as bright lights from darkened cells.

Feelings of being touched and actual apparitions are all previous reports from this eerie old prison.

Strange unexplained lights have also been reported on a previous visit to Lincoln Gaol, a group of ghost hunters stood in disbelief as an empty cell lit up as though a torch was on in the room, on further inspection of the cell it was found that there was anyway possible for light to come from the cell, what caused this strange eerie light?

Why not join the Simply Ghost Nights team as we attempt to contact the former inmates to try and learn their fate.

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York is an absolute treasure trove for anyone interested in all things spectral. York was named the most haunted city in Europe by the Ghost Research Foundation International (GRFI) and it seems that every room, building or street seems to be haunted in this beautiful city. York is haunted by no less than 140 different ghosts haunting York, with an amazing 500+ recorded hauntings (this figure is still growing you ghost lovers will be pleased to know). Taking advantage of York’s large number of spooks, there is a significant ghost walk/haunt industry here. If you are looking for accommodation in York and intend to take on one of the ghost hunts then try the York Pavilion hotel. They have scheduled events that include 3 course dinner followed by a ghost hunt. Expert guides, psychics, and ghost hunting equipment provide an authentic setting for a spooky touch to your visit.

At the start of any ghost seeking visit you may want to visit the York Dungeon to get you in the mood, where live actors reenact scenes of torture, plague and execution in the most grisly detail – it may be best to do this after lunch, but maybe not straight after! Follow on with a visit to the Micklegate Bar Museum, which stands at the main gateway of the city, and is where the heads of executed traitors were once displayed.

There is an abundance of ghost walks to choose from, some being serious and historically informative, and some being down right silly but lots of fun with actors in grisly costume ambushing the group at particular points on the tour.

The Original Ghost Walk of York started in 1973 and takes place very night at 8pm starting at The Kings Arms, by Ouse Bridge.

This is good ghost story telling at its best, and their guides are BTA Blue Badge or Equity award holders.

The Ghost Hunt of York – every night at 7.30pm from the Shambles.  This is one of the theatrical walks, and is great for children as the guides are dressed up in period costume.  This one is popular so expect large groups.

The Ghost Detective – every night from July to Halloween at 7.30pm from the Jorvik Viking Centre, Coppergate.  Another good tour if you have kids with you but best to warn the kids that the guide may involve them  when he’s telling some of their stories. The guide is an Equity member with an award for stand-up comedy.

The Ghost Trail of York – begins every night at 7.30pm from the West Doors of York Minster, is led by Equity Qualified guides and is great for families. Expect large groups on this tour as it seems very popular.

One of the more famous ghosts to haunt York is the ‘lost’ Roman Legion that is said to haunt the old Treasurer’s House. The first sighting was made in 1953 by an apprentice plumber name Harry Martindale. He was installing a heating system in the cellars of the old Treasurer’s House and reported seeing the 2000-year old ghosts all carrying swords and spears walking through a corridor seemingly on the knees. This is interesting since the old Roman road is located roughly fifteen inches below the cellar and it is believed that Martindale wasn’t aware of this fact when questioned. So the ghosts would have been walking on their own familiar road, on their way to the Minster. There have been several other sightings since Martindales’ but sadly, the old cellars are now  closed to visitors.

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Ghosts Haunted

York is an absolute treasure trove for anyone interested in all things spectral. York was named the most haunted city in Europe by the Ghost Research Foundation International (GRFI) and it seems that every room, building or street seems to be haunted in this beautiful city. York is haunted by no less than 140 different ghosts haunting York, with an amazing 500+ recorded hauntings (this figure is still growing you ghost lovers will be pleased to know). Taking advantage of York’s large number of spooks, there is a significant ghost walk/haunt industry here. If you are looking for accommodation in York and intend to take on one of the ghost hunts then try the York Pavilion hotel. They have scheduled events that include 3 course dinner followed by a ghost hunt. Expert guides, psychics, and ghost hunting equipment provide an authentic setting for a spooky touch to your visit.

At the start of any ghost seeking visit you may want to visit the York Dungeon to get you in the mood, where live actors reenact scenes of torture, plague and execution in the most grisly detail – it may be best to do this after lunch, but maybe not straight after! Follow on with a visit to the Micklegate Bar Museum, which stands at the main gateway of the city, and is where the heads of executed traitors were once displayed.

There is an abundance of ghost walks to choose from, some being serious and historically informative, and some being down right silly but lots of fun with actors in grisly costume ambushing the group at particular points on the tour.

The Original Ghost Walk of York started in 1973 and takes place very night at 8pm starting at The Kings Arms, by Ouse Bridge.

This is good ghost story telling at its best, and their guides are BTA Blue Badge or Equity award holders.

The Ghost Hunt of York – every night at 7.30pm from the Shambles.  This is one of the theatrical walks, and is great for children as the guides are dressed up in period costume.  This one is popular so expect large groups.

The Ghost Detective – every night from July to Halloween at 7.30pm from the Jorvik Viking Centre, Coppergate.  Another good tour if you have kids with you but best to warn the kids that the guide may involve them  when he’s telling some of their stories. The guide is an Equity member with an award for stand-up comedy.

The Ghost Trail of York – begins every night at 7.30pm from the West Doors of York Minster, is led by Equity Qualified guides and is great for families. Expect large groups on this tour as it seems very popular.

One of the more famous ghosts to haunt York is the ‘lost’ Roman Legion that is said to haunt the old Treasurer’s House. The first sighting was made in 1953 by an apprentice plumber name Harry Martindale. He was installing a heating system in the cellars of the old Treasurer’s House and reported seeing the 2000-year old ghosts all carrying swords and spears walking through a corridor seemingly on the knees. This is interesting since the old Roman road is located roughly fifteen inches below the cellar and it is believed that Martindale wasn’t aware of this fact when questioned. So the ghosts would have been walking on their own familiar road, on their way to the Minster. There have been several other sightings since Martindales’ but sadly, the old cellars are now  closed to visitors.

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Haunted Videos

There are many haunted places in St. Augustine, Florida. This city is often referred to as the “Ancient City” or as “The Nation’s Oldest City”. There is good reason too! This is, in all actuality, is the oldest city in the United States of America. In the year of 1565, a man by the name of “Pedro Menendez de Aviles” actually took the part of founding this city, even though he was not the first individual to step foot upon the land. The first documented case of a visitor was the ever-popular “Ponce de Leon”. In this informative guide, I will share with you the stories of the haunted places in St. Augustine, Florida.

Castillo de San Marcos

The Castillo de San Marcos is often termed by locals as “The Old Fort”. This immense, star shaped structure sits on the Bay of the Matanzas. It is considered the “National Monument” of the city of St. Augustine. This fort has stood in the same place for over three hundred years, and is known for hauntings, and unexplained phenomenon. It is very common for visitors here to catch ghost pictures, and ghost videos. One of the most common sightings are the “orbs” that seem to surround the fort. As the city darkens, and individuals return to their homes and hotels, this particular structure seems to wake up – wake up the spirits that is.

In the year of 1784, an unfriendly, harsh colonel by the name of “Marti” came to perform work at the fort. He was not at all happy about his new assignment. He and his wife, Dolores, had come all the way from Spain to live and work at the fort. There was quite an age difference between him and his wife, and while he did love her, he rarely showed her. Dolores was quite unhappy about this and eventually ran into a man stationed at the Castillo de San Marcos by the name of “Manuel Abela”, a Captain. Eventually, Manuel and Dolores fell in love.

The couple was able to enjoy their love for some time, until the dire meeting in which Colonel Marti got the first indication that his wife was having an affair with the young Captain. The two officers had a standard meeting, and when the meeting ended, the young Captain strolled past the Colonel and the Colonel was able to catch a small sniff of Orange Blossoms. This scent was one that he often associated with his wife. He decided to wait and see what happened, but then he began to hear about rumors of the two seeing each other.

The Colonel was ready for revenge. One day, he had the Captain ordered to perform an inspection of an area that he had manipulated for his revenge. The Captain did as he was ordered, but he brought Dolores along so that they could spend time together. When they arrived, they were surprised by the Colonel, who held them at gun point. The Colonel had shackles put into the wall and he made his wife put the Captain in them. Then, he put the other set of shackles on Dolores and as they laid attached to the wall, crying, and screaming for help, he built a wall up around the area and closed them in the darkness….

For approximately two hundred years, many individuals reported hearing what appeared to be crying and mournful moans from deep in the fort. The scent of Orange Blossoms also often seemed to float in the air, and this could not be explained either. However, no one could ever find anything. That is, until the 21st day of July in the year of 1833, a cannon actually cracked a floor. When this happened, the depths of the fort were exposed. Upon investigation, the room in which the lovers had been placed was exposed and the skeletons were found, holding each other. A huge breeze came from the room, as well as the scent of Orange Blossoms. It is believed that Dolores and her lover still roam the fort, and the land, enjoying their love in the spiritual world….

You can also experience the ghosts of a woman in white who wanders around in various places both inside and outside the fort, and then vanishes. Spanish soldiers that appear to be so real that the living has talked to them also appear at the fort. You can often hear sounds of commands and war occurring – especially if you push your ear up against the coquina that the Castillo de San Marcos is composed of. There are many ghosts and unexplained phenomenon at this haunted place in St. Augustine.

The Huguenot Cemetery

The Huguenot Cemetery is another haunted place in St. Augustine. This was built in the year of 1821 to provide additional space for individuals that passed away due to yellow fever, and also to have an area to bury the dead that were not considered to be Catholic in life. Today, there are many stories surrounding ghosts that seem to reside in the haunted cemetery. These spirits include that of Judge John B. Stickney, children moving about and even sitting on the tombstones, a story of a young girl who loves to dance named Elisabeth, and even the spirits of a few pranksters who all died at nearly the same time and are buried next to each other….

The St. Augustine Lighthouse

The St. Augustine Lighthouse is another haunted place in this ancient city. Throughout the history of this location, individuals have passed on from the physical life to the spiritual world in many different ways. It is believed that the spirits of individuals who have died at sea follow the path of the light and end up on the grounds of the lighthouse. There is also a man that appears to be in a mist that is gray that has been caught by television stations walking around. There are also several little kids that seem to linger here as spirits – all of them females. Many have experienced seeing an apparition of a man hanging himself on stormy nights….

Conclusion

This guide lists the most popular haunted locations in St. Augustine, but there are several more, which include:

• The Old Spanish Hospital

• Harry’ Seafood Bar and Grille

• St. Francis Inn

• Flagler College

• Casa de la Paz

• Casa Monica Hotel

• The Old Jail

• The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

If you are interested in haunted places, the haunted places in St. Augustine, Florida are sure to draw your interest!

To see more of America’s haunted cities and towns check out Haunted Places To Go-Ghost Towns

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Haunted Trails

Haunted Pennsylvania: Does it send a Shiver Down your Spine? Well, here is a list of some of the best haunted attractions in the state of Pennsylvania.

Haunted Pennsylvania:

The place that has long been associated with the dread of ghouls, ghosts, goblins, rattling chains, dark lights and skeletons. Well, these are here to stay as the crispy ambiance of the autumn hums a tune of longings lurking behind the shadowed spaces. Here are the haunted places in Pennsylvania.

Gettysburg Ghost Train:
This one helps you explore the dark and blood curdling haunts of Adams County. As one of the best known haunted places in Pennsylvania, this is where you are taken on a round trip, all of 16 miles, across the Ghost Train which itself is an exploration into the realms of the unknown.

The legends and tales of Gettysburg were chronicled by the well known historian and author Mark Nesbitt. Tourist guides are provided by the Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours.

Terre Hill:
This place is a haunted trail where travelers are taken through ghouls and eerie spirits with special effects and live actors. These haunted places in Pennsylvania are where guests are taken through meandering scary trails with refreshments served from the Terre Haunted Park Cafe.

Terror behind the Walls:

The Eastern State Penitentiary is a massive gothic structure that is counted as one of the foremost haunted places in Pennsylvania. Once the world’s famous prisons, this was the home of Al Capone and Slick Willie Sutton, the infamous bank robber.

In fact, the room known as Terror behind the Walls was voted as no.

6 among America’s best haunted place. It consists of special effects of Hollywood style, digital sound and light effects, custom props as well as animatronics creatures.

Pittsburg Scare house:

It houses the Screamatoruim and the Hall of Nightmares, the ultimate haunt.

So there you have just a few haunted places in Pennsylvania to wet your appetite. To find out the number one haunted attraction in the state of Pennsylvania see my link below.

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Haunted Places List

Haunted houses and paranormal phenomena may be the things that come to mind when people think of ghosts though there is no solid and clear evidence to prove these supernatural myths. Now, let’s take a look at the list of six scariest haunted places worldwide including Monte Cristo Homestead, 50 Berkeley Square, the George Stickney House, the Screaming Bridge of Maud Hughes Road, Screaming Tunnel and Union Cemetery.

 

Monte Cristo Homestead, which is located in Junee, New South Wales, is the most Australian haunted house because many visitors and local residents reportedly saw the Crawleys, deceased original owners of this home. The mansion now becomes an antique store and is featured in numerous TV shows.

 

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Monte Cristo Homestead

 

The 50 Berkeley Square built in 1740 witnessed a number of deaths and supernatural occurrences on the top floor. This four-storey townhouse is the most haunted one in London.

 

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50 Berkeley Square

 

Although the George Stickney House is currently home to Police Department of Bull Valley village in McHenry County, Illinois, it is rumored to be plagued by paranormal entities.

 

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The George Stickney House

 

The Union Cemetery of Easton, Connecticut is among the most haunted cemeteries in the United States with rumored ghosts including the famous White Lady and a pair of ominous red eyes peering from out of a bush.

 

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Union Cemetery

 

The screaming tunnel in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada gets its name from several variants of a legend that a young girl was burned alive inside the tunnel. If a matchstick is lit within the tunnel, the ghost of this girl will shout at.

 

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Screaming Tunnel

 

Maud Hughes Road Bridge of Liberty Township, Ohio is also a haunted place, where those losing their lives or committing suicide on the bridge are rumored to inhabit. Another legend told that a lady threw her baby off the bridge onto the train tracks below and then hung herself.

 

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The Screaming Bridge of Maud Hughes Road

 

 

Related links:

Ghosts and Ghost Hunting – What is a Ghost ?

Ghost Hunting – Televised Events

Haunted House Tours

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Haunted Mansion

The well-known American Idol masion on Beverly Hills belongs to Steven B. Dunn, Chairman and CEO of a baby product company named Munchkin. It was officially on the market for $12 million. However, due to rumors that the house was haunted, Steven succeeded in negotiating the price down to $11.2 million.

There are 9 bedrooms and 9 spacious bathrooms, a large swimming pool and a massive parking with capacity of containing 100 cars. Moreover, American idol vila also has a very large living room with a plenty of seating and room for entertaining. This is the residence of the contestants participating in the recent past few seasons. This ideal house is for sale after this season’s finalists complained about the strange phenomena like being haunted that they encountered when living here. Some insisted that they witnessed spider infestations to flickering lights. One of the contestants even announced that they saw a white sheet float down the stairs of the house. This is the reason why the last contestants had to move out of the property and lived in an hotel for the remainder of the competition. Let’s enjoy these sparkling images of $11.2 million haunted  mansion of American Idol.

American Idol masion is located on on Beverly Hills

American Idol masion is located on on Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills mansion provides 9 bedrooms and 9 spacious bathrooms…

Beverly Hills mansion provides 9 bedrooms and 9 spacious bathrooms…

… a large swimming pool and a massive parking with capacity of containing 100 cars

… a large swimming pool and a massive parking with capacity of containing 100 cars

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The last contestants witnessed the strange phenomena such as spider infestations to flickering lights and a white sheet float down the stairs of the house

They immediately abandoned the house and lived in an hotel for the remainder of the competition

They immediately abandoned the house and lived in an hotel for the remainder of the competition

….and the rumor that the property haunted comes afterwards

….and the rumor that the property haunted comes afterwards

That is the reason why Chairman and CEO of Munchkin, Steven B. Dunn managed to buy this American Idol for $ 11.2 million

That is the reason why Chairman and CEO of Munchkin, Steven B. Dunn managed to buy this American Idol for $11.2 million

At first, it came on the market with the price of $12 million

At first, it came on the market with the price of $12 million

Steven B. Dunn, the new owner of $ 11.2 million haunted American Idol mansion

Steven B. Dunn, the new owner of $11.2 million haunted American Idol mansion

The contestants of American Idol 10 were forced to move to the hotel after discovering the property remained many strange phenomena

The 10th American Idol contestants were forced to move to the hotel after discovering the property remained many strange phenomena

 

$ 11.2 Million Haunted American Idol Mansion

 

Related links:

Scariest Haunted Houses in America

Scariest Haunted Places Worldwide

Most Famous Haunted Houses

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Haunted Houses Stories

America is the country which relates to all kinds of scary ghosts and associates with real haunted houses as well as haunted mansions. Quite often, some American haunted houses are claimed the scariest ones in the world. Normally, haunt-goers travel around cities across America in search for the best, scariest and outstanding haunted houses. Data released that over 500 million dollars has been spent for tickets to haunted houses, ghost tours and visit amusement parks with haunted venues.

Below is the list of the most thrilling haunted houses across the United States which surely offer pinnacle of fright.

 

13th Gate Haunted House

The 13th Gate is absolutely the ultimate haunted house with different level of detail, set design, incredible Hollywood makeup artists and special effects. The house guarantees 13 levels of fear and fright through 13 very frightening themed indoor and outdoor areas.

The 13th Gate is located at 832 Saint Philip Street, downtown Baton Rouge in the old Steinberg's Sporting Goods building

The 13th Gate is located at 832 Saint Philip Street, downtown Baton Rouge in the old Steinberg’s Sporting Goods building

 

Headless Horseman

Headless Horseman is located in Ulster Park, New York as a part of the Historic Haunted Hudson Valley. Headless Horseman offers visitors an authentic theatrical experience when traveling through forty-five acres of naturally landscape featuring foreboding woods, surreal ponds, and fruit orchards. The main attractions include one-mile hayride, a cornfield maze, five professional haunted houses and gift stores.

Headless Horseman is located in Ulster Park, New Y

Headless Horseman is located in Ulster Park, New York

 

The Darkness

The Darkness is constructed with Hollywood quality special effects. The secondary attraction, Terror Visions, also features the best 3D haunt and a Hollywood Horror Museum. The Darkness house is powered with live actors and hundred of animations through two floors of fright.

The Darkness haunted house located in downtown St. Louis

The Darkness haunted house is located in downtown St. Louis

 

The Beast & Edge of Hell

The Beast & Edge of Hell is one of the biggest indoor ghost attractions in America. The house has five floors with professional set designs. The Beast is as terrific and enormous as ten gathering of 10 typical haunted houses.

The Beast & Edge of Hell is located in Kansas City, Missouri

The Beast & Edge of Hell is located in Kansas City, Missouri

 

Erebus Haunted House

Erebus was opened to public in 2000 by Ed and Jim Terebus, Veterans of the Haunt Industry. The house leads the visitors through four stories of terrifying and unique long paths with intense fears. Talking about Erebus, one visitors said, “The sophistication of the scares at Erebus rivals the wizardry you’d see in a Hollywood film or experience in a Universal Studios Attraction”

“Erebus is an unequaled, masterpiece of horror.”

“Erebus is an unequaled, masterpiece of horror.”

 

The Bates Motel & Pennhurst Asylum.

The Bates Motel & Pennhurst Asylum is more than just a haunted house. The massive haunted hayride and set design surely make visitors screaming in fear all the time. The most famous feature of Bates Motel is amazing pyrotechnics included in a haunt.

Bates Motel is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bates Motel is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

 

Related links:

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World’s Scariest Museums

World’s Scariest Museums (Part 2)

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Haunted Hotels

Most people may be rationalists, but in reality we all feel uneasy when we see a property that has a reputation of being haunted, or even left for a long time period to either sell or rent out. Indeed, in many Countries the fact a property is reputed to be “haunted” could leave that property hard to rent, and impossible to sell.

Business Owners and Investors should be extremely wary of the reputation of the building they move into, and research the buildings reputation, and history. This is very true in many Asian Countries-were the fact a property is reputed to be “haunted” could ruin a business.

Often rational people forget that a degree of people do believe in the supernatural, and would not dream of purchasing or renting a haunted property, unless the place was offered at a bargain price.

In Indonesia, and China were the belief in spirits is still very strong, even amongst the Western-educated elite, who run the Country. Hotel owners and home owners have seen their businesses face ruination, as rumors of “Ghosts,” often scare people away from the property.

This is also true in Germany and Eastern Europe, that in essence are scientific states, but in reality are littered with cheap unwanted properties, that no-one wants to live in because of rumors of being haunted.

Some savvy business and home owners create business by advertising the fact that a building is haunted, attracting curious guests, and customers. But outwardly in today’s scientific World, most people are reluctant to admit to believing in “spirits,” even if they would never rent or purchase a property that’s reputed to be haunted.

Often we leave rationality behind, but if you are looking for a property or a business, research its history before you decide to move in.

Otherwise like the Owner before you, you could easily fall into a trap of owning or renting a “bad” property that can ruin your financial future.

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