Forget the cheesy tours in the London Dungeon; further north, Whitby has Bram Stoker to thank for its ghostly reputation. Much of Dracula is set there – and fans come to see the beach the vampire’s ship washed up on, as well as the sinister-looking ruins of the gothic Whitby Abbey.
Attractions include the hokey Dracula Experience, while the Whitby Gothic Weekend at the end of October sees goths, emos and other devotees of black clothing take the town over.
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I went to the skirrid inn monmouthshire (featured on most haunted many years later) It was a grey rainy evening as my mate pulled into the car park the pub looked grey and uninviting I had a cold shiver run down my spine. When I tried to open the passenger door it would not open my mate told me to stop messing as he was getting wet, He tried to open the door from the outside but he could not open it either There is nothing for it i said i will get out the drivers side
I tried that door and you guessed it i could not get out of that side either
The car had no central locking my mate tried his key in the drivers door but it would not open I climbed out of the window and of course the door opened without a key so we could close the window and lock the car my mate never had a problem with the car locking or unlocking prior or since that incident (it seemed to me someone in the spirit world did not want me to go in that pub)
what about York capital of yorkshire where they have ghost walks most evenings
..so in the UK it`s Whitby and Edinburgh ! (.... a trip to Tallinn would be interesting). ~
I have done black magic before, if does work to an extent. There are plenty of more haunted locations than the ones stated, but, I would say it is a good start :)
Turin, Italy sounds interesting, would def like to go there.