The Notre Dame of Paris is one of the most notable tourist attractions in France, but little do most people know that it is also an alleged home of countless ghosts.
Why it’s so scary:
Aside from the grotesque-looking gargoyles that look a thousand times more sinister in the dark, stone faces are also carved in the walls, further heightening its haunting ambiance. Stories have also been told of ghosts of women who can be seen flitting between gargoyles as well as spirits of powerful French figures who wander inside its walls.
What to look out for:
Assorted spirits of kings and monks, and various other roaming ghosts.
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