We can say that France is no different than any other country when looking at history in the sense that the paranormal and spirituality were always huge in the past, much more than now. This easily led towards the appearance of various haunting remnants of a truly dramatic past. So many reports now suggest that there is supernatural activity in various places of France, with more appearing every single year, especially at the locations that are going to be mentioned next. In the event that you are hunting for haunting, go to the following spots.
Mont Saint-Michel Monastery
This is a monastery that stands out as an easily recognizable landmark in France. It is because of many different reasons, especially because of the stories stating that Archangel Michael burned a hole in the skull of Saint Aubert before being persuaded to build it. Various reports highlight the fact that Captain Louis d’Estouteville’s ghost now guards the area, ever since the victory against England in the year 1434.
Whenever thinking about France, Versailles is one of the most important and popular tourist attractions. The paranormal side of the Versailles starts with sightings that are reported of Marie Antoinette. Sightings have been going on for a really long time now. Marie Antoinette was executed and it is said that it haunts this castle ever since. Most of the sightings appear in the royal bedchamber, the one where she stayed in the past.
Chateau Du Chateaubriant
Go to the Chateau Du Chateaubriant before the Halloween in order to have a lot of fun and maybe some scares. According to the legend, every single October the 16th, when midnight comes, monks and knights ghosts are seen following Francoise De Foix’s ghost, together with other personalities from the time. It will not be seen for a long time but according to various records, the sightings still happen.
This is, most likely, the most well-known haunting site in France. It is quite difficult to find a location that is creepier than the underground labyrinth right in the capital. There are so many skeletons present here. The walls are lined with bleached, old bones and the brave tourists can explore this eighteenth century burial ground. It was created for the corpses that overcrowd the graveyards of Paris at the time. Now, it is a sight that is perfect for the paranormal seeker.