The list of reportedly haunted locations throughout the world, that are locations said to be haunted by ghosts or other supernatural beings, including demons. Reports of haunted locations are part of ghostlore, which is a form of folklore.

Argentina

Australia

BuzzSaw roller coaster in Dreamworld.
BuzzSaw roller coaster in Dreamworld.

Bangladesh

Main article: Ghosts in Bengali culture § Alleged haunted places

Kuakata Beach, Barisal
Kuakata Beach, Barisal

Barbados

Brazil

Cambodia

Canada

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in Canada

China

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in China

Colombia

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in Colombia

Czech Republic

Egypt

Farafra Desert
Farafra Desert

Finland

Alexander Theatre

France

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in France

Germany

Northern front of Schloss Nordkirchen.
Northern front of Schloss Nordkirchen.

India

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in India

Indonesia

Lawang Sewu: Dutch-built building which served as Administrative Headquarters for the Dutch Indies Railway Company. During World War II, when the Japanese troops took it over. Stories about torture and execution are the source of the haunted lore around it. The name Lawang Sewu translates to "Building of a Thousand Doors."[44][45]

Jakarta History Museum: This building is located on the Old Town of Jakarta. It was built in 1710 and served as the city hall for Batavia, the capital of the Dutch East Indies. It opened as a museum in 1974. Folklore of its haunting are connected to violence committed under the colonial government.[46]

Jeruk Purut Cemetery: According to local legend, the cemetery is haunted by a decapitated pastor.[47]

Saidah Tower: A 28-storey building located in East Jakarta was once an office tower owned by local Arab-Indonesian businessman of the same name. The building was abandoned in 2007. Since the abandonment, there are numerous stories about paranormal activities within the building such as lady in red, a ghost sightings in the basement, mysterious ride hailing order and postal delivery coming from the tower, and mysterious job interview invite from the tower. The building remain a popular spot among local ghost hunters[48][49][50]

Ireland

Kinnitty Castle
Kinnitty Castle
Malahide Castle
Malahide Castle
Stewards House, Montpelier Hill
Stewards House, Montpelier Hill

Italy

Japan

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in Japan

Jordan

Malaysia

Agnes Keith House in Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Pictured in 2007.
Agnes Keith House in Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Pictured in 2007.
Kinarut Mansion ruins as pictured in 2012.
Kinarut Mansion ruins as pictured in 2012.
Remains of the Highland Towers during 2008.
Remains of the Highland Towers during 2008.

Mexico

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in Mexico

Monaco

Myanmar (formerly Burma)

Netherlands

Kasteel Waardenburg
Kasteel Waardenburg

New Zealand

Norway

Oman

Pakistan

Mohatta Palace

Panama

Philippines

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in the Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in Romania

Russia

Moscow Kremlin
Moscow Kremlin

Singapore

South Africa

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Palace of Linares

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Thailand

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in Thailand

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

Main article: Reportedly haunted locations in the United Kingdom

United States

Main article: List of reportedly haunted locations in the United States

Vietnam

See also

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