The Haunting of Borley Rectory, England. Concept & Design by Woody Dexter. (Images unless otherwise noted: Pinterest)
It’s always fun to put ghost stories into Best Of categories. Well, here is a list of the “Top 5” of all time, one per century. What do you think?
Going back to the 1500s, which stories or legends of ghosts/hauntings stand out? Well, according to this list (historyextra.com), these were some pretty nasty hauntings—one in a church?!
I DO hope they were caught, trapped, exorcized…
The Top 5 Hauntings 1500-1999
Title Page to Scogan’s Scoggin’s Jests, 1666, 1866
Ghost Tale from the 16th Century
Anne Boleyn, whose headless ghost is rumoured to haunt the vicinity of the Tower of London and other locations, may be the most famous ghost of the 16th century. But instead I nominate a literary hoax ghost.
Following the Reformation, Protestant theologians dismissed ghosts as Catholic inventions, delusions and frauds…
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