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Charleville Mansion, Shimla, India
The mansion is supposed to be haunted and many owners who have stayed here have soon left after experiencing something spooky. From Indian couples to Britishers, those who have stayed here had a story to tell about this mansion. It is said that one of the upper rooms is where the spooky activities took place and therefore it was kept locked most of the times.
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Manly Quarantine Station in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
North Head Quarantine Station was used for over 150 years to isolate people who had or had been exposed to deadly infectious diseases such as bubonic plague, Spanish influenza, smallpox, typhus, scarlet fever & yellow fever. Over 500 people died during the Station’s 150-year history and it is said that their spirits have never left. People report cold spots, strange lights, unexplained smells of potato and lemon, and ghost sightings of workers and patients alike. Many people claim to have seen a blonde girl with plaited hair, who will talk to them and sometimes take them by hand. Others report being pushed by people who are not there. 
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Battery Carriage House Inn, Charleston, South Carolina
This beautiful mid-19th Century home commands an impressive site overlooking the waterfront battery and White Point Gardens in Charleston’s historic district. The main house itself remains a private home, but its rear carriage house has been turned into a quaint bed and breakfast, and this is where all of the supernatural events occur. The area surrounding the property has witnessed quite an interesting history, from events of the Civil War back to when pirates were hanged from nearby trees. This may be why the inn is such an active paranormal site.
In room 8, male guests are typically targeted by a rough looking sort of ghost who likes to startle and harass them, without being hostile. Chairs have been known to slam against walls in this room and his apparition is usually only seen from the torso up. Room 10 has an apparition of a slender man who has mostly appeared to women, with a mother and daughter capturing the sound of breathing and tapping on a camera left running overnight, along with a shadow that continuously passed in front of it. The last bit of activity occurs in room 3 where strange lights are observed and electrical devices seem to have a mind of their own – like blaring to life when turned off or unplugged.

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Borgvattnet, Sweden
The village of Borgvattnet in Northern Sweden is known for having one of the most haunted houses in the country. The Old Vicarage was constructed in 1876, and reports of ghosts first came in 1927, when Chaplain Nils Hedlund reported his clothes being pulled down from the washing line by an unseen hand.
In the 1930s, a priest witnessed an old woman appear in a room, and she disappeared in front of him when he tried to follow her. In 1945, Chaplain Erick Lindgren reported a disturbing phenomenon: He was thrown out of his chair on multiple occasions by an unseen entity.
Today, the Old Vicarage is a restaurant and guesthouse, and the reports of paranormal activity continue.
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Bramshott, England
Ask about haunted villages in the UK, and most people will immediately say “Pluckley!” But about 90 minutes from Pluckley lies the village of Bramshott, in Hampshire. Bramshott has been around since before 1086. By the 1700s, the village had an inn called Seven Thorns, where many crimes—including murder—took place.
Around the time that all these violent crimes were happening, paranormal sightings began and still continue to this day. Bramshott is believed to have up to 17 ghosts haunting it, including Mistress Butler, who dwells alongside the river where she drowned herself in 1745, and the Flute Boy, who roams the lanes of the village and sometimes even climbs the trees. He plays beautiful music and often appears close to the apparition of a white calf. Other ghosts include the White Lady, the Grey Lady, and a young boy murdered by highwaymen in 1772.
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Mehandipur Balaji Temple, Rajasthan
If you thought temples were the safest places to stay away from spirits wait till you hear the spooky story of Mehandipur Balaji Temple. Dedicated to Hanuman, it is a place where live exorcisms take place. People who are believed to be possessed are brought here and you will find them doing weird things like pouring boiling water on themselves or being beaten up by pundits. There are also some rules that every visitor who comes here must follow in order to keep the spirits happy. Taking anything back with you from here is prohibited including Prasad.
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Fremantle Arts Centre, Australia
Before this 150-year-old building was Fremantle's home of live music and weekend afternoons, it was the local insane asylum. It's believed to be one of the southern hemisphere's most active haunted places. Visitors have reported all the spooky hallmarks of a haunted house: cold spots, ghostly touches, apparitions, moving lights and generally strange feelings. Ghost hunters investigated it recently and heard creepy voices saying creepy things like "Those are chains" and "It's not cold"
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Kempton’s Haunted Hospital, Johannesburg, Africa
The story of the abandoned Kempton Park Hospital is quite the mystery. The hospital closed down suddenly in the late 1990’s and has never been reopened. Visitors say that it appears is as if everyone literally stood up from what they were doing and walked out, never to return. There are jars of kidneys on the floor, blood spattered sheets on hospital beds, open files and x-rays strewn across tables. Of course, it is alleged that the hospital is haunted and visitors are purported to have heard babies crying, doors opening and shutting and to have seen the figure of a man roaming the halls. Some visitors who tried to take photos inside found afterwards that the photos were obscured by a strange white ‘sheen’.
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