Top 10 Most Haunted Cities in the U.S. - #2 Savannah, Georgia: Savannah holds several gothic mansions, cemeteries, and trees that were used in hanging Spanish moss. The most haunted place is The Hampton Lillibridge House, built in 1796, was originally used as a boarding house. The house underwent restoration in the 1960s, and that's when strange phenomenon began to occur. One is a man in a black suit who stares out of the windows.
Dunlewy Old Church: Eerily Intact and Reputedly Haunted
Consecrated on September 1, 1853, the ruined “Old Church Dunlewy” is a striking landmark in rural Donegal, Ireland. Overlooking the Poisoned Glen at the foot of Errigal, the enigmatic abandonment, built from locally-quarried white marble, was once part of the Dunlewy Estate and stands above a solitary gravestone in the adjacent churchyard.
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England’s Wychwood Forest abounds in haunted tales of visitors who feel hands reaching out to touch their shoulders or hear the thunder of invisible horses. It’s enough to make your spine tingle at the slightest rustle in the leaves. But for every traveler who shies away, there’s another intrigued by that kind of mystery—and the thrill that comes with going deep into the haunted woods. It’s a chance to be an explorer, and any brush with the supernatural makes you feel all the more alive.