The most haunted house in Ireland
Nestled away in the country of Ireland is one of the most haunted places on Earth. A mansion known as Loftus Hall has been around since 1350. Many people come through here each year visiting hoping to experience some sort of paranormal activity. This mansion rests on sixty acres and has twenty two bedrooms. Aidan Quigley is the owner and insists this place is quite unusual. This is the place to come for Samhain, which marks the end of harvest season and the beginning of winter.
Aidan proclaims that the mansion has a tortured history, there are no special effects used here. Reports of specters have left guests scared and confused. Loftus Hall receives many types of people including paranormal enthusiasts, researchers, families, world travelers and more. Visitors have mentioned rooms suddenly changing temperature specifically the chapel and tapestry rooms. Paranormal investigators have also mentioned that electromagnetic fields will vary while wandering the mansion.
Some things simply can’t be explained. A man named Thomas Beavis took a photograph of a ghostly apparition which was seen in the porch area outside the mansion. Another traveler named Tara McMeel took a selfie of her posing with a ghostly spirit, unbeknownst to her at the time.
Tours are quite often based upon the story of Anne Tottenham with a visitor whose body seemingly went through the roof and left behind a hole located in the ceiling. This can still be seen still today. Anne Tottenham was left in the tapestry room to rest. Only there did she remain entirely until her death in 1775. The servants documented that they have seen dark mysterious figures wandering the halls, especially at night causing mischief.
The house was entirely abandoned during the early part of the 20th century. With constant feedback of strange things happening here—it has led to it becoming a tourist type attraction. Only those brave enough dare stay here for the night.