The Bélmez Faces House There are many faces at the Pereira family home in Bélmez de la Moraleda, Spain — but none of them are human. Since the 1970s, residents have reported the mysterious appearance (and sudden disappearance) of faces on the concrete floor of the home.
Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh Castle, a fortress in Scotland that was a residence until the 17th century, was the site of many battles. Where there is war and bloodshed, there are angry and restless spirits — and the castle is considered one of Scotland’s most haunted locations. Visitors have reported phantom people and animals, as well as the spirits of prisoners (many reportedly roam the dungeon).
This is the old "Barker Slave Quarters," the slave housing for the long-gone Kirkpatrick mansion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kirkpatrick_House_Cahaba.jpg) in Old Cahawba. The mansion burned in the 1930s. This two-story brick slave houses still stands, and is WAY more elaborate and elegant than your typical slave quarters, rumor being that Mr. Kirkpatrick wanted everything on his estate to be grander than others.
Borley Rectory Unexplained footsteps, apparitions, the appearance of phantom coaches and human skulls, poltergeist, and other terrifying occurrences have been reported at the site of the Borley Rectory over the years. The spooky Victorian mansion, considered the most haunted house in England by many, was home to several rectors (and their families) from 1862, until a fire in the late 1930s.
Myrtles Plantation Reports of multiple murders on the property have been investigated, concluding that only one (the murder of William Winter) is actually on record. Rumor has it that the plantation is built on top of an ancient Tunica Indian burial ground. The home’s most famous ghost, a former slave named Chloe, still wanders the property.