12 Of The Most Haunted Places To Visit During Summer Vacation

If you are looking for a place to take the family for a haunted summer vacation, we have found the spots that are guaranteed to give you chills! Whether a ghost is seen or only heard, your family members can go back to school or work with an incredible story to tell, and students will have fodder for the classic essay, “What I Did This Summer”. You won’t want to miss an opportunity to travel to the world’s most haunted places.

Borgvattnet (The Haunted Vicarage), Sweden

Back in 1927, Borgvattnet was reported as haunted in Sweden. A chaplain’s laundry was being ripped by something that he could not see. Over the years more visits from ghosts have been reported. You might see an old woman dressed all in gray who disappears without a trace. You might wake up to find three old ladies sitting around your bed watching you while you were sleeping.

Castle Of Good Hope, Cape Town, South Africa

If you are looking for a ghost that has been around for centuries, you should travel to the Castle of Good Hope. This ghost has been lurking since the 17th century. The ‘Lady in Grey’ has been on the scene running and crying for hundreds of years. You can also hear the bell ringing in the bell tower without anyone around to ring it. Be sure to be on the lookout for the ghost of a little black dog. He has been known to attack visitors.

White House, Washington, D.C

One of America’s most recognizable landmarks is the White House. The White House is one of the fabulously haunted locations in the United States. It is haunted by famous ghosts such as Abigail Adams, Dolley Madison, and President Abraham Lincoln. If you are at the Rose Garden, you are likely to run into Dolley Madison’s ghost. Abigail Adams haunts the East Room, and Abe Lincoln is often seen on his way into the Lincoln bedroom.