HAUNTINGS OF SOUTH AFRICA
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
The story of Hauntings of South Africa.
South Africa is a beautiful place
in which to visit and if you enjoy ghosts, legends and tales of mysterious
happenings then you must visit. There are many wonderful legends and ghost
stories from various locations throughout South Africa the most popular are:
Cape Town Castle in Cape Town, Mine Quarry in Cape
Town, The Old Presidency, TibbieVisserlaan 13, Estoire in Bloemfontein, Avion
Park Recreation Centre in Kempton Park, Celia str 1 in Witbank and The Simon's
Town Museum, Housed in the old Residency in Simonstown.
Cape Town Caste throughout history is known for its
inhuman treatment, torture and death of slaves and so-called traitors. The hole
is where many captives were put; there was no form of light filtering into this
dark and damp area. After a very long time in total darkness, the captive would
be blindfolded and lead out into the sunlight and then made to look directly
into the sun, which made them go blind, as the legend goes. From the hole,
reports of screams have been heard by visitors.
Mine Quarry is another eerie place in South Africa.
Nothing has been seen, but many have heard the abusive voices, the overpowering
smell, and intense feeling of fear.
At the Old Presidency, many have had the feeling of
being of being watched, but other than that a wonderful place to see.
A visit to TivvieVisserlaan will give you a scare
when you see the ghostly image of a woman or even hear or call to you, and if
that is not enough you may catch a glimpse of a black man that is not really
there, or see windows slam closed by themselves.
A cricket player that died when he was struck by lightening on the playing field
can still be seen walking around the area with his CD player or just strolling
along through the corridors.
Celia str 1 was the address of a brutal murder. A
woman killed her husband and their three children. It is believed she hangs
around to make sure no one allows her family’s souls to be set free.
In the Simon’s Town Museum, there is a haunted
painting along with ghosts in the punishment cell below ground. The painting
will not allow photographs to be taken, if you do in fact get a picture it will
not develop. Sounds from below can be heard of moaning and groaning.
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