This is the Ballymacdermot Cairn located in Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. This monument, lying on the slopes of Ballymacdermot Mountain close to Newry, is an extremely well preserved Neolithic burial site with three chambers. It can be dated between 4000 and 2500 BC. Locally known as 'The Fairy Ring', and is reputed to be haunted. Capture here under full moon with a ring of Fire by means of oil lantern.
Lafayette Cemetery, Lafayette, OR. The cemetery has a few ghosts, but the most prevalent is that of a woman who was hung for being a witch. The night before her hanging she cursed the town and said that it would burn to the ground three times. So far the town has burned to the ground twice! Those who have come across the witch's ghost in the cemetery have reported being chased away while she screams and lashes out at them, and victims have scars on their backs as proof of the attacks.
The Haunted Playground. Scientists have reportedly been left baffled by a “haunted” playground swing that rocks backwards and forwards on its own. Locals in Firmat, Argentina claim one seat swings nonstop for ten days before stopping dead, while other swings remain still. Parents and children are convinced a ghost is to blame for the phenomenon, reports The Sun. They reported the swing to police after it began moving four months ago, Police officers had to admit they were stump...
One of the most haunted places in the world is Waverly Hills Sanatorium. It is said that people that visited the old uninhabited hospital have heard doors slamming, a child crying and seen a woman with bleeding wrists. They have also seen a hearse appear in the back of the hospital dropping off coffins. Many have seen lights in the windows even when the power was turned off.
13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey by Kathryn Tucker Windham. "William Faulkner, who was known to spin particularly scary fireside stories, described the Deep South in Absalom, Absalom! as “dead since 1865 and peopled with garrulous outraged baffled ghosts.” No one knew that better than Kathryn Tucker Windham, an Alabama folklorist who spent much of her life collecting and patiently preserving Southern superstitions, recipes, and, most of all, ghost stories."