5 Horrifying Haunted Places – Horror Month 2016 – Day 24
by Andrea “The Grill” of Geeky Gaming
Let’s take a look at some more haunted houses before Horror Month comes to an end!
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Hey Geeks, it’s Andrea. Today we are going to discuss 5 more haunted places. Although this is the last haunted places video of this year, I have a gigantic list of haunted places to write about, so I promise we will never be in a shortage for future Horror Months. Don’t forget. You only have 1 more week to get your hands on the T-Shirt. That way you can let everyone know, you survived this Horror Month with us. Alright Geeks, let’s go.
- Franklin Castle, Ohio City, Ohio, United States
Built in 1881, this house has seen its fair share of death and sadness. The family that built the house saw 5 family deaths early on. 4 of children and a grandmother. People suspected that there were more deaths than they knew about during that time, including rumors of murder, but there was no evidence to support this. There have been a few deaths in the household since, but no known murders or severe tragedies. Since that family has been gone a long time, the home has switched hands many times and had multiple exorcisms and investigations. It has also sat abandoned a lot. Although it has an owner, it is currently in a severely damaged state after 2 fires.
- Mary King’s Close, Edinburgh, Scotland
Before the Plague, Mary King’s Close was a busy trade area. If you traded goods for a living and lived in Edinburge, you could have lived and worked there. After the plague was when the nightmares started. Literally. In 1685, the Coltheart family was living there and began to report seeing phantom limbs, ghosts, and having horrible nightmares. Some people believe that these hauntings are the victims of the plague after being quarantined there.
- Lizzie Borden House, Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
If you haven’t heard of the terrible Lizzie Borden story, it is an interesting read. Although she was acquitted, it is widely believed that she murdered her step mother and father. The house that this happened in is currently being used as a bed and breakfast. If the trip is too far for you, you can watch live ghost cams on their website lizzie-borden.com. The owner of the home says that she was only driven out of the home for one night from the spirits. So I’m sure you’re brave enough to spend one night in Lizzy’s old room.
- Lemp Mansion, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
In 1868 when Jacob Feickert built this home, he certainly wasn’t expecting it to be the site of 4 suicides within the Lemp family alone. All of the 4 suicides were by a bullet to the head. The Lemp Mansion is believed to be haunted by these 4 and other members of the Lemp Family. One of the most notorious spirits of the house is known as “the monkey faced boy.” William Lemp, the first suicide in the house, is believed to have had an illegitimate son named Zeke. He was born with Down’s Syndrome and kept hidden in the attic. The Lemp Mansion is currently a Restaurant with an Inn so you can spend some time with the Lemp family if you’re brave enough.
- Aokigahara Forest, Mount Fuji, Japan
Chances are you’ve probably heard of the Suicide Forest. It is said that as many as 100 people a year commit suicide here. Not everyone who does so initially has the intent. The forest itself has a way of making people feel uneasy. Everything is uneven, thick, and rocky, so it has a way of distorting the mind and making people scared or think negatively. It is so easy to get lost there that if you go off the path it is possible you will never find your way out. There are bodies throughout the forest of people that wanted out but couldn’t find their way out. As well as plenty of hanging bodies.
Alright Geeks, that’s going to do it for this video. Thank you so much for hanging out with me today. =Be sure to check out the 2 previous haunted places videos that we posted earlier this month. As our first Horror Month begins to come to an end we are still putting out these daily videos for the rest of the month, so be sure to subscribe for more. Leave us a comment below and don’t forget to like and share. Alright Geeks, I’ll see you tomorrow.
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