We are all going to die, it is a fact that we have to assume. It is estimated that some 150,000 people die around the world every day. When the time comes, death appears in the least unthinkable ways. And while none is better than another, we tend to take more into account the deaths of those who were victims of some type of violence.
What happens if death happens to you without you being ready to go to the other world? Are you able to leave part of yourself on earth to wander for eternity?
Here are 6 places haunted by ghosts that were victims of violence:
1- Funeral playground
In addition to the oldest in Huntsville, Maple Hill Cemetery in Alabama is the favorite resting place of the wealthiest of the Yellowhammer state. During the day, the cemetery is a sunny and sunny place, but when the twilight comes, the souls of the deceased children go out to play .
Located on the edge of the extensive cemetery is a small ] playground and when the clock shows 10 o'clock at night, the rusty swings come alive, the slides groan under an inadvertent weight and strange laughs sound over the cemetery still in calm.
The legend says that Madison County suffered a wave of child abductions in the early 1960s. Eventually, the children were found dead in the playground, but the killer was never caught.
2- The Black Witch's cell
Over in the south of Ireland it is said that Old Abbey, now only a ruin that crumbles with the passage of time in an isolated place in the county of Limerick, is the abode of the ghost of a Satanic nun who was buried alive .
The locals nicknamed the church's old sacristy the "cell of the Black Witch" because it is said to be performing their satanic rituals there.
At the death of the nun, there are different theories. One states that was found in a dead chair and her face was dislocated with a grimace of horror. It is said that the Devil finally came for his soul but left his tormented spirit to stalk future visitors.
The other story is much darker: during a local skirmish between rival houses, the nun was wounded by an arrow . Believing she was dead, the Earl of Desmond buried her. After the terrified farmers reported having heard the nun's drowned cries the tomb was exhumed, but it was too late.
3- Hampton Lillibridge House
If you walk along East Saint Julian Street in Savannah, Georgia, it is likely that you pass the most haunted house in the city without you noticing. Outside, the Hampton Lillibridge house is almost charming, a well-preserved 18th-century relic of the United States. However, his story conceals a very dark past .
A sailor swinging from a makeshift rope in a room on the third floor. The moans of a whole family poisoned by their slaves. An old crypt under the foundations, discovered accidentally and then sealed by terrified workers …
There are many rumors about the past of the house, but perhaps one of the most shocking stories is the one that has to do with its last owner a man named Jim Williams.
Williams was with several friends when they heard noises coming from upstairs. The house was still being renovated at that time, and the noises were coming from a room with a hole for the open fireplace on the third floor.
When a friend of Williams entered the room, felt that invisible force what grabbed it and pushed it towards the open hole for the fireplace . Only the fact that he fell to the ground prevented him from being pushed towards his death.
4- The house of death