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Malta's Most Haunted Spots (or the Ghosts of Malta)
Halloween is right around the corner and we know some of you are die heart fans of the feast. While Malta’s Catholic spirit tends to keep the trick and treaters at bay, Malta has plenty of concealed secrets with regards to ghouls and spirits. Feed your thirst for sinistry with these 6 creepy local legends.
1. Villa Sans Souci – Marsaxlokk
Constructed by Prof. Pisani in the 1870s, Villa Sans Souci is said to be haunted by a sense of dread. Pisani lived his days in Villa Sans Souci up until his passing, from a prolonged disease, in 1908. The villa was eventually sold by its heirs in 1940 to the Royal Air Force to serve as a base. Once the villa was abandoned, it became a target for vandals and thieves due to its prim architecture. Passers-by report hearing eerie noises being emitted from the villa during the day.
2. Splendid Hotel – Valletta
Splendid Hotel has a quaint story attached to its walls. The hotel is located in Strait Street, a street which was the pinnacle of prostitution and crime back in the 19th century. The hotel closed its doors in the late 60s due to a grisly murder. A prostitute was found stabbed to death in one of the rooms’ bathrooms. The victim’s spirit is said to walk the empty hallways of the hotel, haunting curious explorers. Nowadays the space is used for art exhibitions by renowned names like Comic Con.
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3. Telgha t’Alla w’Ommu – Naxxar
If you’ve ever driven across the Maltese islands, you’ve probably passed through Telgha t’Alla w’Ommu on the way to your destination. Accidents are continuously reported in the ascent. The accidents are associated, by the superstitious, to the wandering spirits that haunt the hill - asking drivers for a lift. The spirits are credited to an undated hit and run that supposedly occurred on the very same hilltop.
4. Verdala Palace - Siġġiewi
The Verdala Palace is mostly renowned for being the President’s Summer residence, but the uncanny know the location for other purposes. The Palace is said to be haunted by the Blue Lady, a woman who supposedly plummeted to her death from a window in the Verdala Palace due to her imminent arranged wedding. The spirit of the woman is seen roaming the palace in the blue dress it perished in from time to time. Visitors of the palace have also reported experiencing supernatural trouble with the doors of the palace.
5. Manoel Theatre - Valletta
Manoel Theatre is the pride and joy of the Maltese and happens to be Europe’s third oldest functioning theatre. Actors, as well as audience members, have reportedly seen fog emerge from one of the seating boxes. Others have experienced slamming doors and drifting shadowed figures. The spirit is said to be called Rita - a beggar who inhabited the Manoel Theatre in the earlier days. It is said that Rita fell to her death from one of the theatre’s balconies as she fought to save her infant daughter from a stranger’s hands.
6. Dar ix-Xjaten, Mellieħa
Dar ix-Xjaten was claimed to have been built by the devil in a day (or three - depending on who’s narrating the legend). The farmhouse initially served as a horse stable during the Knights’ ruling. The farmhouse is said to be the devil’s making due to its staircases creating the illusion of protruding horns. What’s creepier about the location is that classical music echoes from the house in the evening. The farmhouse is recognised to be a national monument by the Malta Environment and Planning Authority.
Don’t let these legends scare you off, after all, they’re only superstitions...right? 😉
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Six spine-chilling Maltese ghost stories
Written by Matthew Camilleri, Tours manager at Colour my travel
With Halloween around the corner, here are some terrifying stories of hauntings that will get you in the spirit to join one of our spooky ghost tours.
The Ghostly Procession - Birgu
Prior to the construction of the Vittoriosa primary school, on the road which leads towards Kalkara, the site was occupied by an old plague cemetery, dedicated to St. Rocco. Late one night in the 1950s, a couple of women were walking back home from a late function, their route taking them past the old cemetery, long-abandoned and almost forgotten.
One of the women occasionally used to visit the place, to pray in the chapel there, which might have been what now made her look in the cemetery’s direction. But if she had intended to say a prayer, it was never uttered, for instead she was choked into silence at the sight of a ghostly procession. A number of ghostly figures, all wearing the familiar long white habit of an arch confraternity, with their heads covered by hoods, were floating out of the cemetery, passing right through the locked gate, before disappearing into a tree trunk just outside the main entrance. The woman was gripped by terror but did not say anything, for fear of being ridiculed by her companion. But when they got back home, her friend gasped with obvious relief and asked her if she had noticed anything strange on the way there. It turned out that she too had seen the apparitions.
Any doubts that they had both imagined it were dispelled in the morning, when they found crowds of people in the streets, all discussing the news of a woman who was taken to hospital during the night, suffering from shock after having seen a procession of hooded ghosts going up the street where she lived!
The Restless Spirit - Santa Venera
One of the stranger ghost stories is told by Joseph Attard in his book The Ghosts of Malta. In 1955, Mrs. Julia Tanti, who lived in the town of Santa Venera with her family, started being woken up between 4.30 am and 5 am every morning, to the sounds of a human voice crying and groaning from one particular room.
At first, the woman mistook this for a recurring dream, but when the voice starting uttering intelligible words expressing suffering, she changed her mind. When her children began to hear the voice too, Mrs. Tanti plucked up the courage to ask the spirit what he wanted, but alas she never received a reply.
In the end, the woman approached the parish priest, who considered an exorcism, but before this could happen, one of the children woke up screaming in the night, claiming that the ghost had spoken to her: “My name is Joseph Mangion and I am 66 years old. I am suffering so much.” He told her to visit his relatives and ask them to pray for his soul. He gave no address, but told her they lived opposite the Radio City Theatre in Ħamrun. There, the family found a widow by the surname Mangion, who claimed that Joseph had been her late husband’s brother, who had died young, several years before she had even met her late husband! Upon checking, they confirmed that had he still been alive, he would indeed have been 66 years old. Interestingly, even the Radio City Theatre had not yet been built when he died, and yet he had given detailed directions to the Tanti family, who were now finally rid of paranormal activity.
A Troubled Soul - Żurrieq
This story takes us to Żurrieq, and the cemetery dedicated to Pope St. Leo I. Every morning at around 3 am, a local farmer known as ‘Ta’ Ċoqq’ would load his mule-driven cart with produce to sell at the centre of the town. On his route, he always had to pass from in front of the cemetery, and almost every time he was being bothered by a very strange experience. As he approached the gates of the cemetery, a young lady dressed in white would emerge from within and approach the cart. She would grab hold of the mule’s head and stop him from proceeding any further.
The farmer used to get irritated, for this made him lose a lot of time, but despite urging the mule forward, the beast would not budge until the girl let go and returned to the cemetery. Eventually, ‘Ta’ Ċoqq’ got fed up with this business, so he went to a priest and told him what was happening. The priest asked to accompany him on his next trip, in order to see for himself what was going on. Sure enough, as they approached the cemetery the following morning, the girl appeared as usual. Upon seeing this, the priest climbed down from the cart, took the girl’s hand, and let her back inside, while the farmer looked on.
A few days later, the local undertaker removed a girl’s corpse from her grave and reinterred her elsewhere. It seemed that the young lady had lived a very good life, and been buried with an immoral man. After the change, ‘Ta’ Ċoqq’ never saw her again.
An Unexplained Mystery - Senglea
Many years ago, a Mrs. Mangion from Senglea used to make it a point to attend daily the first mass of the day at St. Philip’s Church. Although the service started at 5 am, she was usually quite early, something she did not mind as she would chat with other churchgoers while they waited for the sacristan to open up.
One morning she arrived earlier than usual however; it was still dark when she got there. Despite this, the church was surprisingly already open, so she decided to wait inside for her friends. Upon entering, she realised that there was nobody else there, not even the sacristan. The only light came from two lit candles on the altar, which was prepared for mass. She was even more surprised when a priest appeared and approached the altar to start the service, despite the fact that it was at least half an hour too early. The lady could not see the priest properly because of the lack of lighting, but she thought there was no harm in listening to another mass, so she stayed until the end of the service. It was only then, when the priest turned to face her, that she was shocked to realise that where his face should be, there was only a skull!
Trying hard not to scream, she felt herself going faint, just as keys could be heard unlocking the church door. The sexton and the rest of her friends were shocked to find her already inside the church. Upon looking back towards the altar, the lady realised that not only was there no sign of the priest, but everything had also gone from the altar, and even the two candles were still waiting to be lit!
The Phantom Hitchhiker - Burmarrad
Late one night, two friends - John and Paul - were in a car, driving from St. Paul’s Bay to Mosta. On reaching Burmarrad, near the parish church, they saw an old man standing in the middle of the road. He seemed to be in no hurry to cross, and just stood looking at the car as if unaware of the danger of being hit.
Paul, who was driving, stopped near the man, to ask him if he needed a lift. But there was no reply, and the man just stared at them as if he had not heard, so the two men drove on. But they had hardly gone a few metres, when they saw the old man again right in front of them, in the middle of the road as before. Both men thought it strange, as Paul this time swerved round him and drove on. John tried to bring up the subject, but at this point realised that Paul had started accelarating rapidly, and soon the car was flying along. “Why are you driving so fast? Do you want to get us both killed?” John exclaimed. But Paul took no notice of his friend and simply kept speeding on, only stopping the car when they finally reached Mosta.
“What’s going on with you? Why were you going so fast?” John exclaimed. “It was the old man. Did you not see him?” Paul said. “Yes, I saw him both times.” “No, not that” Paul replied. “After we saw him the second time, an instant later I saw him again in the driving mirror. He was sitting on the backseat right behind us, and only disappeared when we reached Mosta!”
The Haunted House - Gozo
In a quiet Gozitan village, there was an old, long-abandoned house that everybody stayed away from, especially after dark, as the building was reputedly haunted. The story was that it had once been lived in by two brothers; the younger one was quiet and gentle, but his older sibling had a very jealous nature, and always got what he wanted, one way or the other. The younger brother eventually fell in love and started spending a lot of time with his new girl, while his older brother looked on, his jealousy growing at the fact that she could never be his. With time, his jealousy turned to hate and he decided to get rid of his sibling. The story goes that he threw his brother into a well, having first chopped off his hands to make sure that he could not climb back out. His girlfriend, oblivious to the truth, waited for him for a long time, but eventually gave up, and in the meantime ended up becoming close with the older brother, whom she eventually married. One day soon after, however, she woke up to find her husband dead, strangled while he slept. That was when the house was abandoned.
Many years later, some locals drinking at a nearby bar were overheard talking about the house by a foreigner, who claimed that their stories were mere superstition. In fact, he bet them that he would spend a whole night in the building on his own, and nothing would happen to him.
Well, the night got off to a good start, so much so that the man soon fell asleep, only to be woken up some hours later by a strange sound. Getting up off the floor where he was lying, he looked out onto the stairs where the sound seemed to be coming from, only to see a pair of severed hands coming up. They went into the room where he had been sleeping a few moments before, no longer looking empty. The room now appeared to be fully furnished, including a bed on which a sleeping man was lying. The hands wrapped around the man’s throat, and he could see him struggling, until he was choked to death. The terrifying apparition then disappeared in front of his eyes, and he was again in an empty room. Needless to say, he made a hasty exit from the building.
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The Blue Dolphin House on St Ursula Street, Valletta
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When Malta was under British rule, two sailors met a beautiful woman at a late hour, who asked them to walk her back home. When they arrived at her house on St Ursula Street, she told them that she had forgotten her key inside and asked if they could help her to regain entry. Although reluctantly wary, they aided her, and quickly relaxed to find that when she opened the door, a beautifully kept house illuminated with candles was revealed. Eventually, they grew tired and bid their farewell.
The following day, when they returned to pick up a silver cigarette case one of the sailors had forgotten, they found that the entire house was completely derelict. Neighbours informed them that the house had been abandoned for decades, but that they occasionally saw a mysterious light flickering inside.
Dread at Villa Sans Souci, Marsaxlokk
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Originally constructed as a private residence in the 1870s, this now long-abandoned mansion was used as a hotel in the 1910s, and by the Royal Air Force in the 1940s. It's been said that eerie noises are often heard from inside the villa, and many who have entered the abandoned site have said that a constant feeling of dread and paranoia follows them everywhere they step.
The girl in the blue dress at Verdala Palace
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During the time of the Order of St John, Grand Master De Rohan’s niece was to be married to a suitor she did not love and refused to marry him. Upon discovering this, the enraged suitor locked the girl in her room at Verdala Palace in Buskett. When she attempted to escape out of her window, she fell to her death. Since then, her ghost has roamed around the palace in the blue dress she died in. Many palace visitors have reported seeing her in the mirrors throughout the palace, or standing on the edge of the palace balconies.
Mdina's headless bride
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One evening, a beautiful girl named Katerina who lived in Mdina was attacked by a knight on a dark street. When she fought for her life, she accidentally killed the knight. The courts sentenced her to death by beheading, but not before allowing her to marry her one true love minutes before her punishment was exacted. It is said that the headless bride still roams the streets of Mdina, standing silently at the end of the streets, encouraging people to follow her and appearing in their holiday snapshots. It's also said that she appears to widowers and heartbroken men, telling them to give up on love and join her in death.
The knight on Manoel Island
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Folklore and rumours have it that Fort Manoel is haunted by an apparition called the Black Knight , who wears the full armour and regalia of the Order of St John. British and Maltese soldiers who stayed there, as well as workmen and tourists have sighted his presence over the years, and some say that it's the ghostly figure of the Grand Master Vilhena, who commissioned the building of the fort.
In the 1940s, the knight began to appear near the ruins of the Chapel of St Anthony of Padua, which had just been bombed. When the rubble from the ruined chapel began to be cleared, the workmen reported that the knight was supervising their work.
The hitchhiking girl in Naxxar
Probably one of Malta's most often told and scariest ghost stories is of the teenage girl who stumbles across the isolated road which leads from Salina to Naxxar. The teenager appears to frantically beg drivers who pass by to stop to help her. When the driver pulls over to aid her, she vanishes into thin air. The scariest part is that if the driver tries to drive past her, she sits defiantly in the back seat of their car.
The grey lady at Fort Saint Angelo
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During Siculo-Norman times (a period spanning circa 400 years from the early 12th century onwards), one of the two women of the governor grew tired of being shared. When she tried to protest, she was taken away by guards, killed, and her body was thrown in a cell in the fort’s dungeon. Since referred to as the Grey Lady, she has been heard and sighted, and said to have been aggressive and vulgar as she banged and threw furniture around. The Grey Lady was said to have never be seen again when her ghost was exorcised by a Maltese lady.
Lullabies in the Manoel Theatre
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A voice, which is said to come from that of the mistress of Grand Master de Vilhena (who built the theatre in 1732) is sometimes heard singing lullabies in the background during rehearsals at one of the oldest functioning theatres in the world in Valletta.
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Malta’s Creepiest Places
- May 22, 2017
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Love a good scare? Malta is home to some pretty creepy places – from haunted houses to palaces with terrifying stories to tell. We’ve hunted down the creepiest of all and found quite a few – our country isn’t called the Mediterranean’s Most Haunted Island for nothing you know!
Now the question is: will you want to visit them?
As you drive towards Malta’s most famous fishing village, keep your eyes peeled to the left – you’ll soon come across an abandoned stone house that stands slightly away from the road. This is rumoured to be the most haunted house in Malta and hundreds of people have told of hearing strange noises and having trouble taking photographs when exploring it. Whatever the case, it’s quite sad to see it in such a state and it must have been truly beautiful in its day!
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This walled, hilltop town was once the island’s capital and even just a quick walk round it conjures up images of what it must have been like in centuries gone by. Hundreds of ghost stories have been told about this spot, but one of the most famous is of Katerina – a girl who killed a knight in self-defence. She was sentenced to death for her crime and beheaded, but allowed to marry the love of her life before she died. Now, tourists sometimes report seeing a headless girl in a bridal gown wandering the alleys…
The Grandmaster’s Palace
As the seat of the Knights of St John while they were in Malta, the Grandmaster’s Palace must certainly have a story or two to tell. Don’t let the bubbling fountains and bustling streets outside fool you – indoors is a warren of halls and rooms where anything could have happened. However, to be honest, the ghost in question isn’t quite as frightening as a beheaded knight or escaped slave… it’s a cat, who has been seen jumping into the yard before disappearing. Spooky.
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5 Haunted Places In Russia Will Definitely Scare the hell out of you
June 3, 2019
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Being the biggest nation by territory over the globe, Russia fuses a tremendous range of landforms and spans a sum of 11 time zones. It share land borders with nations like Estonia, Finland, Norway, and Poland and so forth and is known for covering more than 1/8th of Earth’s occupied land. Aside from the antiquated museums and lovely Russians, what makes this astonishing nation a mysterious riddle are some abandoned and creepy spots that will scare you deeply. At long last, it is the ideal opportunity for you to remember each one of those great scary minutes from your favorite movie. From Stalin’s nation house to the Diamond mine in Yakutia, there are such a significant number of haunted places in Russia that you will remember forever. Below is the list of 5 most haunted places in Russia .
5 Haunted Places In Russia
There is no denying the fact that Russia is an incredibly wonderful country with beautiful churches and delicious cuisine but when it comes to horror, it takes you to a next level. that you will definitely end up having goosebumps on your next visit.
1. The Maternity Hospital
The Maternity Hospital
It was built on a region of the hospital constructed for the members of the devoted war that occurred in 1812. After turning into the maternity hospital in the second half of twentieth century, it was shut because of reconstruction in the year 2009. In spite of the way that this structure has been deserted for many years, it is very shocking to observe that the hospital still has the central heating which is spotless. There is a reason behind why it goes under the classification of the most haunted places in Russia as the spot resembles as a torture chamber from a horror movie.
The Maternity clinic has been the real vacation spot for quite a while and a ton of excited bloggers frequently come here all the time to explore this place. What adds to the irregularity of this spot is the way that a great deal of pregnant Russian ladies want to deliver their child in this specific medical clinic. This is the ideal spot for the individuals who love chills and spookiness of scary places and its creepy corridors.
2. The Kusovnikov House in Moscow
The Kusovnikov House in Moscow
Located on the Myasnitskaya Street in the Central Moscow, this nineteenth century House No.17 was used to be the home of of Pyotr and Sofya who were very greedy. They were likewise suspicious about whether their cash is sheltered or not and that is the reason they used to conceal it in various and irregular spots. They embraced this trap with the goal that none can take their cash yet what they didn’t know was that one day, it would be the purpose behind their very own annihilation.
It is said that one awful night, the caretaker unintentionally burned their hidden cash in the chimney and they passed on the spot because of the shock. Since that day, many individuals have seen the ghost of an old bumped man, considered by them as Pyotr Kusovnikov on the adjacent road who grieves the loss of his cash. Thus, on the off chance that you are wanting to go for a night stroll on this road, make a point to reconsider before you end up finding him.
3. Mirny Diamond Mine
Mirny Diamond Mine
If you are fascinated by places like Bermuda traingle then visit the Mirny Diamond Mine in at least once in your lifetime to observe something remarkable. Once a source of employments and income for the Russians, this spot was prior known for delivering the most valuable Russian diamonds. The city that encompassed this immense mine was full used to be a bustling one with a great deal of upbeat and bright residents. Although this deserted mine is closed till now, there has been not been any reasonable logical clarification of why each helicopter that hovered over this opening got sucked into it. Abnormal for a precious stone mine, isn’t it? All things considered, if you wish to visit the popular haunted places in Russia , remember to visit here and investigate the puzzle of this spot.
4. Northern Crown – The Stranded 5-Star Hotel
Northern Crown – The Stranded 5-Star Hotel
In the year 1988, this brilliant 247 room’s hotel was commissioned by the Soviet Union to overlook the Karpovki River in the city of St. Petersburg. But destiny had some different plans since its construction was nearly finished when the undertaking was suddenly halted because of the absence of cash. At that point what happened was the devastation of this magnificent hotel as it in the long run turned into a deserted spot and never had the chance to have any guest. A lot of local people additionally trust that this disastrous occasion is related with the demise of Metropolitan Ioann of St. Pete. He passed in Northern Crown amid a reception in the respect of the 5oth birthday celebration of Bank St. Petersburg. Indeed, even today, the rooms look as rich as ever however the structure can’t get fixed at this point.
5. Mikhailovsky Castle
This splendid yet creepy castle must be in the list of top haunted places in Russia as the minute you step into it, there is a different and creepy aura that you can feel at each corner. This is the main castle of St. Petersburg however this isn’t the main reason behind why it is the source of fascination among the nearby just as global travelers. The reason is that it is a permanent resident of the most famous ghost of the city which is tsar Pavel I.
He started the construction of this place which turned into its shelter after the procedure was finished. He suffered a a trageic death while being murdered by the drunken soldier’s crowd that simply expected to arrest him so as to make his child the new ruler. You can at present watch him playing his favorite instrument, violin through a particular window in the fort. This should be more frightening than fascinating.
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