Often cited as the most haunted castle in France, the phantoms of the Château de Blandy-les-Tours in Seine et Marne are firm believers in going big or going home. On All Saints’ Day (November 1st), the ramparts are said to be stalked by dozens of trapped spirits, while the sound of chains and muffled cries fills the air. A particularly nasty character amongst this gang of ghouls is a 10th century lord; a notorious murderer who wanders through the halls in his bloody clothes, brandishing a dagger at anyone he meets.
Château de Blandy-les-Tours, Place des Tours, 77115 Blandy, France, +33 4 9278 0108
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