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World's Scariest Hauntings

Delve into the paranormal universe and discover ghosts and horror stories from 10 terrifying locations around the globe.

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    Season 1, Episode 1

    PG A series looking inside terrifying locations around the globe, starting with The Ancient Ram, an English 10th-century property that has housed devil worship and murder.

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      PG A series looking inside terrifying locations around the globe, starting with The Ancient Ram, an English 10th-century property that has housed devil worship and murder.

      PG A trip to Scotland to visit the Edinburgh Vaults, where the ghost of a child has been known to hold hands with visitors.

      PG Built in 1779, Bodmin Jail in Cornwall has housed many notorious criminals, some of whom were put to death on the grounds. It is believed that many of the spirits have never left the building.

      PG Built in 1832 in New York City, the Merchant's House Museum is a time capsule of 19th century Manhattan. Some say the Tredwell family, who lived in the house for nearly 100 years, are still in residence.

      PG Standing since the 12th century in Rye, on the south coast of England, The Mermaid Inn once played host to the notorious band of smugglers known as the Hawkhurst Gang. Some 500 years later, paranormal enthusiasts believe the bootleggers still haunt the medieval building.

      PG Built in 1952, Kelvedon Hatch bunker was designed as a safehouse for the British government in the event of a Nuclear attack. Nestled deep in the Essex woodland, it is said to be haunted by apparitions including a tall elderly lady and an RAF Officer.

      PG Located in rural North Wales, Plas Teg is a 17th century Jacobean mansion that literally translates into English as Fair Mansion, but many of the spirits that reside here are more foul than fair.

      PG With tales of bloodshed and slaughter, Leap Castle wouldnt look out of place in a Hollywood fantasy world. But the stories of death and torture at the medieval Irish stronghold are very much real.

      PG Griffintown in Montreal, Canada has a dark history. Many Irish immigrants who arrived in the 18th century died from diseases and murders were rife. As gentrification of the area continues, the constant construction work has awoken the dead.

      PG North of Prague in the countryside of the Czech Republic, sits Houska Castle, one of the most mysterious fortresses in the world. The 13th century castle wasnt built to keep people from getting in, it was built to keep something from getting out.