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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Screaming Bridge of Maud Hughes Road
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