30 Ghosts of Historical Figures That May Still Walk Among the Living
30 Ghosts of Historical Figures That May Still Walk Among the Living

30 Ghosts of Historical Figures That May Still Walk Among the Living

Sarah January - October 21, 2019

30 Ghosts of Historical Figures That May Still Walk Among the Living
Anne Boleyn-Wikipedia

1. Anne Boleyn-The Discarded Queen

Beheaded in 1536 by her angry husband, Henry VIII, Queen Anne Boleyn clearly met a violent end. Scholars say that she may have actually been innocent of the charges Henry brought against her. If this is the case, it would make sense that her soul could not rest peacefully. As such, she has been seen in various places across England. She wanders past the Queen’s House near where she was executed and has appeared to be leading a procession of nobles across the Tower of London. She also appears at her childhood home of Hever Castle around Christmas time and visits Rochford Castle where she and Henry first met. Some who have seen her claim that she also likes to ride around in a carriage, holding her severed head in her lap, just like her niece, the Lady Jane Grey.

 

Where Did We Find This Stuff? Here Are Our Sources

Ghosts in the White House. History Channel Editors. History Channel. August, 19, 2019.

The Legend of Queen Ester. William C. Kashatus. Citizen’s Voice. July 1, 2012.

9 Royal Ghosts That Still Haunt Britain Today. Elisa Roland. Reader’s Digest.

The Ghosts of Versailles. AESU Travel. October 3, 2013

10 Scary, Legendary Ghost Tales of Disneyland Haunts. Keith Sharon. Orange County Register. October 26, 2015.

Ghosts of Gettysburg. Barbara Noe. National Geographic. October 2011.

Celebrity Ghosts and Where to Find Them. Chelsea Peng. Marie Claire. October 2015.

Top 9 Most Haunted Hotels in California. Haunted Rooms. 2019.

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