Haunted Places to Visit for the Fearless

If you’re not faint of heart and take an interest in the ooky, spooky, creepy, and macabre, you may be interested in visiting some haunted locations as you travel around the world. Here are just some of the scary places that you can add to your list.

Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Cemeteries are already spooky, but this one takes it to the next level because of the tragic story that haunts its past. In 1902, 19-year-old Rufina Cambaceras was accidentally buried alive in this cemetery after doctors incorrectly “confirmed” her death. Though she is now laid to rest in a tomb with a statute that sports her likeness, legend says that Rufina still haunts Recoleta Cemetery to this day.

Rose Hall Plantation in Montego Bay, Jamaica

A former plantation turned historic museum, Rose Hall is rumored to be haunted by the spirit of “Annie Palmer,” also known as the White Witch, who murdered her husband, the plantation’s owner, before eventually being murdered herself by a slave named Takoo.

Voergaard Castle in Denmark

Holding the title of Denmark’s most haunted castle, Voergaard is home to many ghosts including Ingeborg Skeel, who was rumored to be a witch who killed the castle’s architect by throwing him into a moat.