While one of the most beautiful Renaissance-era buildings in Denmark, a legacy of violence still echoes through Voergaard Manor’s halls. Blood stains appear on floors even after relentless scrubbing, and the ghost of its former lady has been seen wandering the bowels of the building.
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Captain Tony's Saloon
Constructed in the 19th Century, Captain Tony's Saloon is a popular haunt for many residents of the Florida Keys. Built on top of old grave sites and around an old hanging tree, this bar is known to contain several ghosts—the most famous residing in the women's bathroom.
Congress Plaza Hotel
Opened in 1893, the Congress Plaza Hotel in Chicago is still home to guests who never checked out. If you visit, be on the lookout for Peg Leg Johnny, a good-natured transient believed to have been murdered there. Or a woman lurking on the edge of the bed in Room 441.
The Forbidden City
Opened in 1420, the Forbidden City served as the imperial Chinese palace for nearly 500 years. Its halls had seen all manner of horrific things, and many ghosts of the ancients still haunt it to this day.