Hot Destinations You Didn’t Know Were Haunted
From the Eiffel Tower to the Great Wall of China, some of the most well-known destinations around the world are also said to be haunted.
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Eiffel Tower, Paris
The White House, Washington D.C.
The Great Wall of China
Queen Mary Hotel, Long Beach, California
Wrigley Field, Chicago
The Curse of the Billy Goat is well-known by Chicago Cubs fans, dashing the team’s playoff hopes year after year from 1945 until 2016, but far fewer know that the Cubs’ own Wrigley Field is said to be haunted. The authors of Field of Screams say it’s the most haunted ballpark in the country, frequented by the ghosts of announcer Harry Caray, songwriter Steve Goodman and Charlie Grimm, team manager in the 1930s and 1940s.
The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
The Kremlin is not only one of the most recognizable buildings in Moscow, it’s also said to be one of the most haunted. The ghosts of infamous leaders, like Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin, have appeared to security guards walking the grounds late at night. Witnesses have noted an intense chill in the air preceding the appearance of Stalin. As for Ivan the Terrible, his ghost has been seen near the bell tower some evenings.