Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Five of the Most Famous Ghosts

There are multiple famous ghosts around the world. This article will focus on five of the more well-known ghosts: Anne Boleyn, Lady Howard, the Amityville Horror, the Borley Rectory Ghosts, and the Tennessee Bell Witch.

1. Anne Boleyn was the second wife of King Henry VIII of England in the 16th century.

2. Lady Howard of England allegedly murdered her four husbands.

3. The Amityville Horror haunting took place on 112 Ocean Avenue, Amityville, New York.

4. The Borley Rectory burnt down in 1939. Prior to the suspected arson, the paranormal investigator Henry Price described this rectory as being "the most haunted house in England."

5. The story of the Tennessee Bell Witch is the most widely-documented ghost story in the state of Tennessee and perhaps in the whole country.

Click on GHOSTS & POLTERGEISTS to read the entire article.

Picture credits:

An illustration of the ninteenth century home of the Bell family of Red River (now Adams), TN. From the novel by M. V. Ingram, "The Authenticated History of the Bell Witch" published in 1894. Picture from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bellhome.jpg – Public Domain.

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