Maison de Sorciere, France                https://www.facebook.com/Casa.desideri/photos/a.506806386009749.119545.227228930634164/508102822546772/?type=3

Maison de Sorcière, France, looks a little creepy.It also looks like just the house for a witch. It has her hat on!

The Epping Forest Is Where King Henry VIII Was Waiting for Word of Anne Boelyn's Execution

The Epping Forest Is Where King Henry VIII Was Waiting for Word of Anne Boelyn's Execution

The Epping Forest -where coward King Henry VIII waited for Word of Anne Boelyn's Execution before marrying Jane Seymour

Haunt Your House: Party Decorations Phase 1

Haunt Your House: Party Decorations Phase 1

I finally got around to spookifying our dining room chandelier. I thought it would be fun for others to share their spooky chandeliers too!

Bow Cemetery- London, opened in 1841. Within 50 years a quarter million people were buried here / photo by Duncan George.

Many setting for Gothic literature took place in a cemetery. This picture also shows emotion and could set the mood for the story. Bow Cemetery- London, opened in Within 50 years a quarter million people were buried here / photo by Duncan George.

15 of the World's Most Strange Abandoned Places - El Hotel del Salto in Colombia

I don't have an interest in going to Columbia but, this is beautiful. Deserted Places: The Haunted Hotel del Salto at Tequendama Falls near Bogota, Columbia.

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.

World's Most Haunted Forests

Aokigahara forest, Japan - Aokigahara is known as the Sea of Trees, a 35 km forest that lies at the north west base of Mount Fuji in Japan. The forest, which has a historic association with demons in Japanese mythology, is a popular place for suicides.


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