Scariest Places World.pptx - Final exam Monte Cristo Homestead New South Wales Australia Considering the amount of tragic and violent deaths that have

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Monte Cristo Homestead, New South Wales, Australia Considering the amount of tragic and violent deaths that have occurred here, it’s little wonder that this is viewed as Australia’s most haunted locale. Several people have died sudden, accidental deaths, while others have been murdered, leading to high paranormal activity throughout the estate, making it one of Australia’s truly scary places.
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Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town, South Africa Active since the early 20 th century, various apparitions reported include a man who walks the ramparts and a dog that jumps on passersby. The most interesting story involves the ghost of a woman seen running through the complex crying, and finally disappeared when excavations uncovered a woman’s body. What is the most haunted place in the world? Any list must start with this particular edifice.
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The Tower of London, London, England Once of the most terrifying places on Earth dating back to 1078, this fortress/royal palace has had plenty of time to garner some paranormal activity. Famous ghosts seen here include the headless ghost of Anne Boleyn, along with Lady Jane Grey and two princes believed to have been murdered by their uncle, Richard III, in 1483.
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The Ancient Ram Inn, Gloucestershire, England What could be more terrifying than the prospect of satanic sacrifices and malevolent entities? This 12 th century inn exhibits all of this and more. Its owner even testifies that the first evening he spent in the house, he was snatched out of bed and dragged across the room by some invisible entity. It sure looks quaint, but don’t be fooled by one of the scariest places in the world.
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Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada
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