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Haunted Places in Montebello, California
Doubletree Hotel - Rosemead
Reportedly haunted by a ghost who likes to play with the lights. Bad wiring or a haunting? You decide.
East los angeles, california.
Frank's Liquor in East Los Angeles is haunted by the ghost of a gang member that was killed during a robbery attempt at the store in the 70's. It is said the ghost walks up and down the beer aisle late at night. (Submitted by TB)
Veterans Memorial Park
The ghost who resides here is called Martin, and in life, he was a janitor at this park. Reports say folks who have called the park before opening hours spoke to a man who answered the phone, and his name was Martin. Lights turn on and off and doors open ...
Founder's Memorial Park - Dead Man's Park
A ghostly fog is said to cover Dead Man's Park, which reportedly was once an Old Quaker cemetery. The headstones were removed when the park was built and a marker now lists the names of those who were buried here. The fog is believed to be a spiritual representation of ...
King Richard's Antique Center
King Richards Antique Center is housed in a structure that was built in 1903 and was once an old citrus packing house. Two workers reportedly have died here: One who was closed into a freezer in the basement and another who was crushed by falling machinery. Witnesses have reported black ...
At this Chinese restaurant, you may find more than fried wontons. There is said to be a very observant ghost here. She walks in and out of the kitchen and around the tables, observes as diners place their orders, and then sits and watches them eat.
John F Kennedy Memorial Library
Los angeles, california.
A story is told about some people experimenting with drugs in the third-floor bathroom, then going crazy and bludgeoning people to death there. Now, witnesses say faucets turn on and off, locked doors pop open, cold spots are felt and eerie laughter is sometimes heard.
Savannah Memorial Park Pioneer Cemetery
During the daylight hours, apparitions have been caught on photo. During the night, the sounds of people conversing can be heard. Children can be heard playing at night. This place is filled with the bodies of orphaned children. Their graves state "baby" or the child's first name only. A woman told ...
East Whittier Women's Club
A benign spirit is supposed to haunt this historic women's club, where members have reported report feeling an unseen entity brush past them and try to hold their hand. The identity of the spirit is unknown. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Casa de Mexicano
According to a report from a caretaker, nine ghosts reside here. The witness has heard knocking and footsteps and seen lights turn on by themselves. Some witnesses have seen the apparition of a Mexican man in jeans, boots and a checkered shirt and felt cold spots.
At the laser tag facility Ultrazone, employees say they have heard whistling and seen unexplained fog after closing time, when the fog machines have been shut off. And, mysteriously, the light near the back exit has been known to change colors.
Turner and Stevens Mortuary
Employees at the Turner & Stevens Mortuary say it is haunted by the spirits of an elderly woman who is chasing a little boy, and a man who is trying to protect him. Doors slam, books fly across the room, and footsteps are heard all over. The woman's and man's ...
San Gabriel Mission Playhouse
San gabriel, california.
San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, aka San Gabriel Civic Auditorium has tunnels underground that are believed to be haunted. The tunnels were built so that the owner, Uncle John, could quickly go from backstage to the foyer. Reports say that during the Depression, the tunnels were used to house dead bodies, ...
Rancho Los Amigos Hospital
The Southern Campus here is abandoned, but was once a recovery center for people with the Spanish Flu. Victims were buried in a nearby field and said to still be as well as victims of polio, the 1933 Long Beach earthquake, a flood in the 1930's, and a secretary who ...
Linda Vista Community Hospital
Seen on the TV show Ghost Adventures, the historic hospital is said to be haunted by many patients who died traumatically here. The site has been used as a setting for a great number of films including Outbreak, To Live and Die in L.A., and Day of the Dead 2: ...
Hollydale Insane Asylum
Abandoned decades ago, the Hollydale Mental Hospital was originally a facility for TB and polio patients. Many rumors surround the place, such as one that tells of a mental patient who slashed the throat of a priest in the building. According to witnesses, there are many unhappy spirits here, and ...
Lambert Park Gymnasium
El monte, california.
The ghost of a little girl has been reported in the gymnasium's attic, and a man's apparition has been seen inside the locker room.
Templo De La Santa Muerte
Huntington park, california.
This place is a church for La Santa Muerte. My mother worked here for a year and we lived in the apartment upstairs of it. We moved out a year ago because my mother got a new job, i was 12 years old and i had cats and we had ...
The apparition of a woman is said to appear in the Kmart stockroom, working. Her identity is unknown.
Garibaldi and Baldwin Intersection
Temple city, california.
On the Southwest corner a couple years ago, a memorial stood for a Motorcycle crash. A young man died in this crash. We went to this corner with all of our gear and caught a few images of what appeared to be apparitions walking and standing on the corner by ...
South pasadena, california.
Urban legends are told about a girl who committed suicide by slitting her wrists in the bathroom and then going up to the balcony to bleed to death. Another legend tells of a man who went mad in the projector booth. Witnesses say bathroom stall doors shake and apparitions have ...
Before it closed, guests would be touched or even fondled by an unseen man. One rumor is that this place was built on the site of a brothel that burned down; the lady who ran it is believed to be here. The male ghost is thought to be that of ...
El Campo Santo Cemetery
City of industry, california.
El Campo Santo Cemetery, aka Old Town Cemetery, is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a gravedigger who was himself buried at the cemetery's southeast corner. Also, apparitions have been seen crossing the section of road that was paved over a portion of the cemetery.
Francisco Avila, former owner of the house has been seen and heard here. His second wife, Encarnacion, has also been seen in the master bedroom. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
La Golondrina Cafe
A ghost nicknamed "La Consuela" walks the stairs and is sometimes seen on the balcony. Items also move by themselves or are hidden elsewhere in the building. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
Lincoln Heights Jail - Bilingual Foundation of the Arts
The Bilingual Foundation of the Arts occupies a building that was once the Lincoln Heights Jail. In 1951, the unprovoked beating of seven prisoners (known as "Bloody Christmas") occurred here, and the spooky setting has led to its use in many films and music videos. Among them, "L.A. Confidential" (whose ...
This historic residence is said to be the home of lingering spirits of those who were killed in the Chinese massacre. Pio Pico's apparition also has been seen here. The house was featured on the TV show Ghost Adventures.
Los Angeles City Hall
According to reports, the second, third, fourth, 27th and 28th floors of City Hall are haunted by ghosts who make themselves known during the overnight hours. On the second floor folks report noises and the feeling of being watched; on the third and fourth, an unseen presence follows you as ...
Plum Tree Inn
One former owner was murdered here Halloween night of 1974 and another victim was forced to dig his own grave. Some believe that the property itself is cursed and others have reported seeing one of the former employees here long after his death. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
King Eddy Saloon
A form of the vanishing hitchhiker story exists here involving an inebriated woman who demands people pull over at Evergreen Cemetery only for people to discover her grave. Another possible ghost here is Benjamin E. Smith who went on a suicidal drinking binge before shooting himself nearby. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
Stay on Main Hotel
Formerly the Cecil Hotel, this location has been a site of murder, suicide, and once even housed serial killers Richard Ramirez and Jack Unterweger; the last infamous case involved that of Elisa Lam who was last seen on security cameras hiding from an unseen force in the elevator before her ...
The 9th, 11th, and 12th floors are said to have the most activity. Two Mafiosos are also said to be here in the basement of this location. The elevators here also have a knack to go to floors that aren't selected (usually it's the 3rd floor). (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
A screaming woman dressed in white has been seen by employees. According to legend, it's a mother who killed her children. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
The hotel gives off an eerie feeling all around. Guests experience weird noises, being pushed or shaken, and seeing light anomalies. Ghosts of a little girl, nurse, and a woman in a black dress have been reported. (Submitted by Chris)
Hilton Checkers Los Angeles
A woman identified as Teresa Brauden jumped to her death here and two other suicides have taken place here. One of those three may very well be responsible for the sudden chills guests feel or a CCTV recording of a door opening and closing by itself. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
The White Lady of Elysian Park is said to be the ghost of a woman who drowned her children in the river and now wanders the park crying. In some versions of her tale, headless dogs appear along with her apparition. Some say apparitions also have been seen entering the ...
Haunted, or merely bad wiring? Elevators that stop on random floors, lights that flicker and TVs that come on of their own accord, most of the reports of hauntings seem to involve the electric grid. No way of knowing unless you go and check it out for yourself. ...
At Taco Lita, witnesses have seen the apparition of an elderly man in a yellow sweater walk in the men's restroom door. No one inside the restroom has seen him, as he seems to vanish after walking in.
Green Street Hotel
This building is apartments now, but it used to be a hotel with a live-in ghost. It is unclear whether she now still lives in the apartments, but reports say she would roam the top floor of the hotel wearing her white nightgown.
Suicide Bridge - Colorado Street Bridge
Colorado Street Bridge, constructed over the Arroyo Seco River in 1912, is also known as Suicide Bridge. The nickname was acquired because of the around 100 folks said to have committed suicide by jumping from it, starting in 1919. Reports say that almost 50 of the jumpers died during the ...
Famous jockey George Woolf, aka "The Iceman," bought the Derby Restaurant in 1938 but died 8 years later when he was thrown off a horse. Employees say they feel Woolf's presence and hear his footsteps heading up the stairs to his living quarters above the restaurant.
Two spots at Occidental College are rumored to be haunted. Erdman Hall is said to be haunted by two spirits: a young person who plays tricks like turning water faucets or lights on and off or writes messages on the walls, and a dark entity that inhabits a closet. Newcomb ...
AMC Puente Hills 20
Rowland heights, california.
AMC Puente Hills 20 movie theater is rumored to be haunted, and apparitions of children have been seen running around the theater. The cinema is on the site of the former Broadway Department Store, which also was said to be haunted, as witnesses reported music coming from locked storerooms, clothes ...
Cerritos Crash Site
In 1986, two airplanes collided, one of which crashed into a neighborhood killing 82 altogether. At night and early in the morning, apparitions can be seen walking around and there's an overall eerie feeling as if you aren't alone. (Submitted by Chris)
Corralitas Red Car Trail
It is said that the remains of former railway workers and people who died during the creation of this pathway are buried here. Hikers sometimes catch a glimpse of these spirits while taking this road. Submitted by Chris Berglund
Many employee rumors surround this Kmart. Among them are a double murder/suicide that took place within a love triangle in a stockroom. All three spirits are said to haunt the store. A fourth apparition of an unknown man is said to walk in a stockroom.
Long beach, california.
People have seen shadows floating and running about. It's common to feel like someone is following you, hear disembodied voices, or feel sudden cold gusts. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
Bullocks Wilshire Building
Bullocks Wilshire Building is an Art Deco building that was built in 1929 as a department store. Many famous folks shopped here in its day, including Walt Disney, Mae West, John Wayne, Marlene Dietrich, Alfred Hitchcock, Greta Garbo and Clark Gable. The ending of 1984's hit film "Ghostbusters" was shot ...
The Old Spaghetti Factory
Reports (and an emblem on the building's front) say that this strucure housed a high school in the early 1900s, and employees say they have heard the ghostly sounds of children playing in the basement and in the restrooms. Dishes also have been known to fall on the floor for ...
Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum
At the historic Rancho Dominguez Adobe Ranch House museum, witnesses have seen orbs and flashes of light move around late at night. The hauntings are believed to stem from a man who was staying at the place when it was a hotel. He was beaten, robbed and left to die ...
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Here are haunted houses around the Milwaukee area and beyond for 2023
Tis the season for jump scares, creepy characters and sets that look straight out of horror films.
From Wisconsin Feargrounds to the Abandoned Haunted House Complex in Mount Pleasant, here are some haunted houses around the Milwaukee area and beyond.
Many of the adventures listed below feature multiple haunted houses on their premises.
For dates, pricing, age requirements — and warnings/waivers, in some cases — be sure to visit each attraction's website.
Wisconsin Feargrounds, Waukesha
Waukesha County Expo Center Grounds, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha
Wisconsin Feargrounds is celebrating its 20th anniversary . This year's attraction has two haunted houses: "The Compound" and "Sketchy's Chambers."
"The Compound" is a sprawling "sinister and foreboding" complex where malevolent creatures and nightmarish beings live, the attraction's website said. The tormented souls who dwell there unleash their twisted desires upon visitors.
Sketchy's Chambers is a "nightmarish" abode where Sketchy, a former circus clown from the 1970s, resides. He found solace at the grounds after becoming disfigured in a tragic Big Top fire, according to the website.
Since Wisconsin Feargrounds owners Chad and Brenda Franks start from scratch when converting two long expo center buildings into the attraction, what's presented each year is fresh, even if the theme remains similar, according to a Journal Sentinel report .
MORE INFO: wisconsinfeargrounds.com
The Hill Has Eyes, Franklin
The Rock Sports Complex at Ballpark Commons, 7005 S. Ballpark Drive, Franklin
The Hill Has Eyes includes four haunts that span 45 acres.
According to the attraction's website, during "Failed Escape," extended exposure to toxic waste turned people into mutant freaks. They formed a new society centered around Junkyard Ray, AKA "The One with Many Faces." "The mutants fear and hate him as much as they fear and hate themselves, but they know he watches over them," the website said.
The mutants share a ravenous hunger for flesh. In "Hunger Hollow," visitors see captured victims skinned alive, butchered and eaten, the website said. The butcher is always experimenting with new ways to serve up dessert. "All souls are offered to The Demon, and all exits lead to his realm."
"Carnivore" is "the devil's carnival," per the website. Hell’s carnival barker leads visitors through a freak show with fire breathers and the spawn of Satan himself.
As visitors approach what seems to be refuge, they enter a space "dictated by judgment and torture," called "Dead End," the website said. They encounter a "twisted haven" of medical tests and experiments.
On Sundays, the venue is also offering a "Not So Scary Halloween Party" in which actors take visitors on a guided tour through the attractions, and kids get to trick-or-treat along the way, the website said. Kids are encouraged to dress up for that.
MORE INFO: hillhaseyes.com/home
Abandoned Haunted House Complex, Mount Pleasant
2825 SE Frontage Road, Mount Pleasant
Abandoned Haunted House Complex features three haunted houses.
According to the complex's website , "Ambush" is an intense startle-scare haunted house with loud noises, actors popping out of unexpected places and bright lighting effects.
"Hysteria" features visual and audible scares, confusion, misdirection, illusion and actor interactions.
"Stalker" is an interactive startle-scare haunted walking experience with characters lurking throughout, the website said.
Abandoned's sister haunted house complex is Burial Chamber Haunted House Complex in Neenah. The complex, 500 N. Lake St., has four haunted attractions, including one that gives guests the experience of feeling like they're being buried alive.
MORE INFO: abandonedhauntedhouse.com
The Dark Side Haunted Adventure, Ixonia
N1255 Hoard Road, Ixonia
The Dark Side Haunted Adventure features several haunts, including "The Descent," "Twilight Nightmare," "Backwoods Revenge," "Mephistopheles Lair," "Schizophrenia" and "Foxglove Nursery," as well as Zombie Expedition paintball, according to the attraction's website .
MORE INFO: thedarksidehaunt.com
The Haunt, Cedarburg
Ozaukee County Fairgrounds, W67 N866 Washington Ave., Cedarburg
The Haunt strives to be terrifying, but "on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being a pumpkin patch and 10 being pee-your-pants-scary), we are about a 6," the attraction's website said.
The Haunt, a volunteer-run operation, lasts between 20 and 25 minutes and is mainly indoors. It's been put on for 16 years, the website said, and is a fundraiser for Ozaukee County 4-H .
MORE INFO: cedarburghaunt.com
Screamin' Acres, Stoughton
3865 State Road 138, Stoughton
Screamin' Acres features several attractions, including "Slaughterhaus," "Lockup: Under No Management," "The Last Resort" and "Side Effects."
In "Slaughterhaus," a plastic chemical tote filled with an odorous liquid was discovered when a meat processing facility was undergoing an expansion, according to the attraction's website . While hoisting the tote out of the ground, it fell and its contents spilled everywhere — including onto the butchers. They were transformed into vicious, bloodthirsty killers.
"Lockup: Under No Management" features a forgotten prison where inmates began escaping. Inside the winding prison, local adventurers discovered a laboratory, the website said. "Large barrels of toxic goo were found stacked to the ceiling with an ‘experiment’ still locked up in a cage begging to be released,' " the website said. Inmates inside the building chased the group to a sewer pipe "that proved to be the final journey out of the horrendous facility."
"The Last Resort" is about Herman Von Richtmyer, a chemist who was involved in chemical warfare and orchestrated some of the most gruesome experiments in human history at the discretion of the governments who hired him, per the website. In his old age, he lived alone in a house in the countryside. He began to hallucinate the victims he tortured: people he cut open, poisoned and distorted. He was found dead, but his voice is still heard chaotically yelling throughout the house.
"Side Effects: Recharged!" is a mind-numbing maze in which attendees will lose touch with reality. This attraction has all-new twists and turns, according to the website.
"Deathtrap," an evolving sideshow, is designed to target natural human reactions, the website said. It's again featuring "Shock Therapy" in 2023, with more and new ways to be shocked. It's primarily fueled by static shocks, and nearly everything in the attraction is designed to target that fear.
MORE INFO: screaminacres.com
Terror on Rural Street, Hartford
147 N. Rural St., Hartford
The Terror on Rural Street Haunted House features 17 rooms with "high tech effects" and more than 30 costumed actors, according to the attraction's website .
The haunted house was started in the late '90s by the Hartford Community Service Inc. nonprofit to raise money for the community.
"What the organizers didn’t plan on was that their efforts would draw the attention of actual spirits that haunt the old Libby’s Canning Factory that Terror on Rural Street calls home," the website said. "It wasn’t long after construction started on the new haunted attraction that strange and unusual events started to befall the workers."
MORE INFO: terroronruralstreet.com
Six Flags Great America Fright Fest, Gurnee, Illinois
1 Great America Parkway, Gurnee, Illinois
Fright Fest at Six Flags Great America features numerous haunted houses, scare zones, shows and more, according to its website .
There are two new haunted houses this year: "Saw X" and "The Estate of Wretched Meadows," the website said.
During "Saw X," which is inspired the new film, attendees attempt to survive Jigsaw's "ingenious and terrifying" traps.
The story behind "The Estate of Wretched Meadows" is that, while the estate was being built in the '60s, a ceiling collapse killed a workman and his apprentice — and several others since then. During the experience, guests discover those spirits.
The park's other haunted houses are: "13th Order," "Big Top Terror," "Bloodshed" and "Gates of Hell."
In "Scare Zones" — where a zombie, witch or other terrifying ghoul could be lurking — include "Wretched Meadows," "Demon Lair," "Henchmen Alley," "Nightmares," "Underworld," "Forbidden Forest," "Lost Souls," "Lost Circus" and "Ride Cemetery."
During "The Uprising Parade: Nightly Call of the Dead," an evil army comes out and begins their nightlong torture of guests. "The Witching Hour" is when the monsters convene at the front of the park to terrorize guests one last time.
There are multiple shows, including: "The Ringmaster's Cabaret," featuring illusions, music and "freakish" acts, and "Love at First Fright," classic music, singing and dancing to Halloween favorites, the website said.
By day, there's Kids Boo Fest, which is for all ages and includes a "BOO-Yeah! Parade," "Not-So-Scary Story Time," a "Monster Bash Dance Party," "Patch's Hay Maze," and trick-or-treating on Candy Corn Lane, according to the website.
MORE INFO: sixflags.com/greatamerica/events/fright-fest-2023
BONUS: Nine Below's Haunted Mini Golf, Milwaukee
1905 E. North Ave., Milwaukee
Nine Below is putting on a "thrilling and eerie" haunted mini golf experience, according to a news release. The course features haunted graveyards, foggy mazes and treacherous dungeons. Visitors will come across ghoulish traps and "hair-raising" creatures along the way. On-theme cocktails and snacks are available. The experience is suitable for attendees at least 16 years old, the release noted.
"We've created a one-of-a-kind, heart-pounding adventure that combines the fun of mini golf with the excitement of a haunted house in the heart of Milwaukee’s East Side," Izzy Santiago, experience and operations manager at Bars and Recreation, said in a news release. Bars and Rec is the parent company of Nine Below, as well as five other Milwaukee entertainment brands.
The Haunted Mini Golf experience runs from 5 to 11 p.m. Oct. 19-22 and Oct. 26-31.
"Family Trick-or-Treat Haunted Mini Golf," suitable for ages 10 and up, will take place from 2 to 9 p.m. Oct. 22 and 29.
MORE INFO: ninebelowmke.com/haunted-mini-golf.html
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Fright nights offer thrills and chills at Peoria-area haunted attractions
Thrill seekers in the Peoria area can choose from a fearsome foursome of haunted attractions this Halloween season:
Aura Haunted House
- About: The indoor attraction is located in a building at the former Peoria State Hospital.
- Address: 4500 Enterprise Drive, Bartonville
- Hours: The event is open Friday and Saturday evenings in October, Oct. 31, and Nov. 3-4.
- Admission: $30 and up
- Tickets: Available at the box office or online at hauntedpeoria.com.
- Facebook: facebook.com/aurahauntedhouse
Old State Mine Haunted Trail
- About: The fictionalized event explores the "legend of an old mining village that was overtaken by an evil entity." The trail begins in a former Peoria State Hospital building and continues along a wooded hillside on the former asylum grounds.
- Address: 4400 Industry Drive, Bartonville
- Hours: Open Friday and Saturday evenings in October, as well as Nov. 4.
- Admission: $15 and up
- Tickets: Available at the gate or online at oldstatemine.com.
- Facebook: facebook.com/OldStateMine
Spider Hill Haunted Attractions
- About: Spider Hill offers several tours. Massacre Mansion includes 8,000 square feet of "frightful occurrences." The Trail of Terror is set in a "haunted forest" at Three Sisters Park. A Paranormal Investigations event is set in a historical building at the park.
- Address: Three Sisters Park, 17189 N. Illinois Route 29, Chillicothe
- Hours: Open Friday and Saturday evenings in October.
- Admission: $23 and up
- Tickets: Available at the gate and at spider-hill.com.
- Facebook: facebook.com/spiderhillhauntedattractions
Spook Hollow Haunted House
- About: Dating to 1979, Spook Hollow bills itself as the longest running outdoor haunted attraction in Illinois. The community fundraiser is presented by the Marquette Heights Men’s Club of Central Illinois. Admission includes three attractions: Spook Hollow Trail, M.C. Manor, and M.C. Nightmare. The Spook Hollow website cautions that the "high level intensity scares" are not recommended for children under 13.
- Address: 613 Lasalle Blvd., Marquette Heights
- Hours: Open the last three Friday and Saturday evenings in October.
- Tickets: Available at the gate or at spook-hollow.com.
- Facebook: facebook.com/worldfamousspookhollow
- Also: A free "not-so-scary" version of Spook Hollow suitable for children 10 and under is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. For information, visit facebook.com/events/993155155288217?ref=newsfeed .
Bizarre and Grotesque
The albino ghost of montebello castle.
Azzurrina is the nickname of an albino ghost girl who’s said to haunt Italy’s Montebello Castle.
“Azzurrina”, an Italian word meaning “little blue”, is the nickname of a young girl who’s said to haunt the Castle of Montebello in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. According to legend, Azzurrina was born Guendalina Malatesta, the daughter of a 14th century nobleman. Unlike the rest of her dark-haired family, Guendalina was an albino who had white hair and pale skin. Since albinos were widely feared and hated during the time, Guendalina’s mother tried dyeing her daughter’s hair black. The herbs she used didn’t work very well, however, and instead gave Guendalina’s hair a bluish tint, hence her nickname Azzurrina.
Because of her condition, Azzurrina’s parents were very protective of her. They kept her in the castle at all times, where she was guarded by two men, Domenico and Ruggero. As the story goes, there was a big storm on June 21, 1375. That night, Azzurrina was playing with a rag ball in a room in the castle. While Domenico and Ruggero were standing off somewhere else, they suddenly heard Azzurrina let out a terrible scream. The two guards then rushed to her room, but found no trace of the girl or the ball. Although they searched all over the castle and its grounds, nobody ever found Azzurrina’s body. It was as though she had vanished into thin air.
The area in Montebello Castle where Azzurrina disappeared.
One variant of the story says that Azzurrina had accidentally thrown her ball down into a open cellar where ice was stored. Another version claims that some invisible force grabbed the ball out of her hands and rolled it down into the cellar by itself. Regardless of what exactly happened, Azzurrina’s body and ball were never found. Her father, who was away in a battle during the time, had Domenico and Ruggero executed after he found out what happened. On the fifth anniversary of her disappearance, Azzurrina returned to the castle as a ghost. She has since re-appeared every five years.
Azzurrina’s bizarre story was passed down as an oral legend for more than 250 years before somebody decided to write it down. In 1620, it was recorded by a parish priest in a book about local legends and folklore. No copy of this book has survived to modern times, and some believe that the book might not exist at all. There is, in fact, no evidence that the story ever happened. Unless that priest’s book ever turns up, it wouldn’t be too far of a stretch to doubt that Azzurrina’s story originated as an authentic medieval legend either. Some have traced the appearance of the story only as far back as the 20th century.
A picture of Montebello Castle.
Still, whatever its lack of authenticity, psychics and TV producers know a good ghost story when they hear one. On the anniversary of Azzurrina’s disappearance in 1990 and 1995, television crews allegedly captured the voice of a crying little girl on their recording equipment. In 2000, the child’s voice was heard again, this time crying and possibly calling for her mamma . A 2005 recording captured a single voice saying the name “Alosio”, and a group of voices chanting an old Hebrew word for the devil, “belial”. Another investigation in 2010 apparently captured nothing.
I’m not sure whether anybody tried recording Azzurrina on June 21, 2015, but Rimini Today posted a pretty interesting article about the case the day before the anniversary that year. According to Leo Farinelli, a man who spent 20 years researching the story and contacting Azzurrina through psychics, Guendalina was actually born in 1375 to Uguccione Della Faggiola and Costanza Malatesta. She was not actually albino, but blonde-haired and Nordic-looking. This made Uguccione suspect that the girl wasn’t his. Although Costanza insisted that she never cheated on her husband, there was a blonde-haired French guard in the castle who resembled Azzurrina. At the age of 8, Azzurrina disappeared from the castle in December 1383.
If Farinelli’s research is correct, perhaps the story got twisted and spiced up a bit over the hundreds of years it was passed down. The albino element, which Farinelli claimed was added by the priest who allegedly wrote the story down in 1620, might have covered up the real cause of Azzurrina’s disappearance: murder. Some have suggested that the palace guard was Azzurrina’s real father, and Uguccione arranged for her to “disappear” to save himself embarrassment. For those curious enough to investigate the story themselves, Montebello Castle is open to visitors for a slight fee nearly all-year round.
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I visited the castle myself on a night tour in 2005. Another story was that the maid pushed Azzurrina (as far as I know, Azzurrina came from the colour of her eye, azzurro=light blue, as she was born albino: pale skin, white hair and blue eyes) down the ice cellar because she was believed to be the daughter of the devil, a sort of punishment for her family’s sins. That place still gives me shivers. Loads of negative vibes in there. When the Italian national broadcaster (RAI) went over there with mediums and psychics they recorded the sound of a young little girl cry coming from the cellar. They play it when you go for a visit. Whether it’s true or not, I felt sick as I know how closeminded and bigot people of the time were and they didn’t care to kill a child just because she looked different. On another point, still on the topic of the time of the castle, there are lots of paintings representing immeasurable tortures on human beings, mostly women. Won’t visit it again, but definitely can’t forget that place.
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Opinion The haunting of Capitol Hill House
No political organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of having to deal with the Freedom Caucus; even John Boehner was supposed, by some, to dream. Capitol Hill House, not sane, stood by itself between Independence and Constitution, holding speaker votes within; it had stood so for three failed Jim Jordan votes this month and might stand for 80 more. Within, walls continued upright, conferences met messily, floors were empty and cloakroom doors were sensibly shut; reason lay stealthily against the grain of Capitol Hill House and whatever ran there, ran alone.
What I am trying to say, with apologies to Shirley Jackson, is that something was very wrong in Capitol Hill House.
The October chill had descended, and atop Capitol Hill the figures mingled and loomed. They hovered in cloakrooms and they howled in conference. They were incensed against one another. Madness reigned. I am speaking, of course, of the GOP caucus; the ominous moans and groans seemed to emanate entirely from that region of the House. On the Democratic side, you could still hear birdsong.
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Amid it all, Capitol Hill House stood speakerless! There was no one in charge. The votes were cast, yet it did not change. Something sinister wrote “The best lack a quorum and the worst are full of passionate intensity” over the entrance to the Republican cloakroom, yet it did not change.
And the question echoed through its marble halls: Where was the adult who was supposed to come into the room? Where was the promised leadership? But the leadership was a ghost ship, and the figure of the adult remained absent from the chair. There was a bow tie there, but that was all.
We did not know how bad it was, at first. We had been pleased and proud to send representatives there, to pass laws and generally help keep the country running . But after 17 days passed with no sign of leadership, we started to worry. What was going on? Where was the legislation that was ordinarily emitted from this building? What were they doing in there?
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When it appeared on C-SPAN, it seemed too terrible to be believed. A ghoulish parody of their appointed work!
They were voting, it appeared. At least, it looked like voting. But they were trying to elect Jim Jordan speaker. Jim Jordan! A man who had never drafted legislation that became law in 16 years in the House; a man who had striven mightily to deny the results of the 2020 election; a man who never wore a jacket! What had happened? And then they voted again, and again. Each time, he won fewer votes.
For days they stood on the House floor, trying again and again to choose a speaker. For a while it seemed likely to continue forever, repeating and repeating and wearing down the caucus with threats and badgering until Jordan might receive no votes at all.
What had brought this nightmare to Capitol Hill House? What had brought this lumbering thing that lurked and cast its shadow over the marble floors? What was this thing that telephoned the members at night? Who had unearthed it and brought it to malignant life? And, oh, who would bottle it again?
Was it Kevin McCarthy who had unleashed the curse? Could it be that McCarthy, signing his devil’s bargain with Matt Gaetz in the woods in the dead of night, had invoked more than a motion to vacate ? That in seeking to herd cats he had gambled perhaps too much of his soul?
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Or had it long lurked within the Republican caucus, small but intransigent, like a tumor?
It had long been maintained that there was a curse there, on the Hill; some said it was bodied forth in the spectral figure of Matt Gaetz, but too many people could see him. Something was rotten on the Hill. They were all trapped there and the numbers were dwindling.
We had not known the place was cursed, when we sent representatives there! It had seemed goodly enough, a place fit to serve as a cradle for new laws, one where a committee might sit and go about business in good order. We did not suspect it, then! Some said it was haunted, that it was tainted by fumes of the swamp on which it sat — but we did not listen. The House had functioned for 200-odd years — very odd, indeed! — and it would function for as many more. And yet — there is a subtle influence that passes from mind to mind. Enough people were sent to Congress who believed it was not possible to govern … and by their very belief, they made it impossible !
Some said it was the swamp on which the House was built, but most knew better. They said that those who blamed the swamp had brought something with them, something that made it impossible to govern, because they simply did not care to.
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Yet they did not care. And all the while the chair sat empty and the clock ticked down, and the horror was not what was in the House. It was what would happen outside it.
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This modern hotel is conveniently located in Moscow City Business Center, a 5-minute walk from ExpoCenter. A spa center, a gym, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at Novotel Moscow City. The spacious, air-conditioned rooms offer pastel-colored interiors and elegant décor. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV, a mini-bar and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. MC Traders Restaurant serves international and Russian cuisine, and MC Traders Lounge Bar offers a variety of drinks and light snacks. Guests are welcome to relax in the Turkish steam bath or sauna, and visit the on-site massage room. Afimall Shopping Center is located in the same building, and Moscow sky deck is located nearby. The Kremlin and the Red Square are 3.1 mi away. Delovoy Tsentr Metro Station is just a minute’s walk from Novotel Moscow City. Belorussky Train Station is 2.8 mi away, and Sheremetyevo International Airport is a 35-minute express train ride from this station.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.1 for a two-person trip.
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Located in the best-rated area in Moscow, this hotel has an excellent location score of 9.2
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Amenities of Novotel Moscow City Great facilities! Review score, 8.4
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Comprising of palaces, monasteries, cathedrals, museum’s, parks, hills, towers, and galleries, travelers must include these places to visit in Moscow and St. Petersburg in their itinerary for a complete travel experience. Taking you through its modern culture, ancient traditions, and rich historical past, these places to see in Moscow are not just interesting, but are beyond magical.
20 Places To Visit In Moscow And St. Petersburg
Here is a list of places to explore in the beautiful city of Moscow and St. Petersburg on your trip that you might not want to miss. Keep scrolling down and read along:
- Hermitage Museum
- Krestovsky Stadium
- Peterhof Palace
- Pushkin Museum
- Novospassky Monastery
- Kremlin Armoury
- Sparrow Hills
- Cathedral Of The Archangel
- Diamond Fund
- Losiny Ostrov National Park
- Ostankino Tower
- Grand Kremlin Palace
- Bolshoi Theatre
- Memorial Museum Of Cosmonautics
- Saint Basil’s Cathedral
- Moscow Kremlin
20. Hermitage Museum
Hermitage Museum at St Petersburg is the second-largest art museum in the world, after The Louvre in Paris, France. The establishment was founded in 1764 by Empress Catherine the Great. From Egyptian antiquities, Renaissance art, Dutch and Flemish Baroque art to Neoclassical, Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and modern European fine art – Hermitage Museum artworks are any art-enthusiast’s paradise.
Location: Palace Square, 2, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 190000 Timings: 10:30 am – 6:00 pm (Monday closed)
19. Krestovsky Stadium
Named after Sergey Kirov, the stadium was also home to the Zenit Football Club for certain periods in the 1900’s. The Fifa Confederations Cup took place in the Krestovsky Stadium, with several group matches and the final between Germany and Chile taking place at the stadium. The 2018 Fifa World Cup also took place there, when Russia hosted the competition.
Location: Futbol’naya Alleya, 1, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 197110 Timings: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
18. Peterhof Palace
One of the most important sites of cultural importance in Russia is the Peterhof Palace. It is a series of palaces and gardens which are located in Peterhof, St Petersburg. One of the best features of the area that catches the eyes of the many tourists who come to visit the area is a 16-metre high cliff. One of the best features of the Palace is the Chesma Hall. The Hall is decorated with painting from the Battle of Chesma, where Russia won a naval victory during the Russo-Turkish war.
Location: Razvodnaya Ulitsa, 2, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia Timings: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
17. Pushkin Museum
If you want to visit one of the best tourist places in Moscow to explore a wide selection of European masterpieces, then you must visit the Pushkin Museum. Here, you can explore The museum is divided into three sections which cover the themes: Byzantine art, the Renaissance, and the Dutch Golden Age. For a collection donated by individuals, you can also visit the Museum of Private Collections.
Location: Ulitsa Volkhonka, 12, Moskva, Russia, 119019 Timings: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Nestled just a few kilometers outside of the city center, Kolomenskoye was once a royal estate which is now converted into a museum-reserve. Overlooking the Moskva River, you will get to gain a plethora of history from this museum. You can take a stroll in the garden at this museum which is one of the top places to visit in Moscow, Russia.
Location: Andropova Ave, 39, Moskva, Russia, 115487 Timings: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
15. Novospassky Monastery
With attractions like Novospassky Monastery, there is no need to worry as to what to see in Moscow . Dating back to the times of the 14th century, Novospassky Monastery happens to be the first monastery established in the heart of Moscow. Located in the southeastern region, it is one of the must-visit places in Moscow.
Location: Krest’yanskaya Ploshchad’, 10, Moskva, Russia, 115172
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14. Kremlin Armoury
Kremlin Armoury is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Moscow which is located within the premises of Moscow Kremlin. A treasure house in the heart of Moscow, Kremlin Armoury is a unique museum that has put up about 4000 unique and precious belongings from 1851 on display.
Location: The Moscow Kremlin, Moskva, Russia, 125009 Timings: Monday to Sunday – 10 AM to 6 PM (Closed on all public holidays)
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13. Sparrow Hills
Much famed as the Lenin Hills until 1999, it is a must for every traveler to include a visit to the Sparrow Hills on their Moscow city tour . Standing tall at an elevation of 220 meters, it is the highest viewpoints in the city that rises above the Moskva River. Get atop the hills to enjoy breathtaking views of the Moscow skyline.
Location: Moscow, Russia, 119270
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12. Cathedral Of The Archangel
Perched in between the attractions of Ivan the Great Bell Tower and the great Great Kremlin Palace, this orthodox cathedral in the heart of Moscow and the mighty Archangel Michael is the patron saint of the cathedral. Reflecting the charm of the Italian Renaissance architectural style, this cathedral is built on the site of the original structure which dates back to 1333.
Location: Cathedral Square, Moscow Kremlin, Moscow, Russia, 103073 Timings: Monday to Sunday – 10 AM to 5 PM (Closed on all public holidays)
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10. Diamond Fund
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A mine of precious stones, jewelry, Diamond Fund is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Moscow for those whose love for diamonds is limitless. Established by Emperor Peter I of Russia in the year of 1719, this gem of a place resides within the premises of the famous Moscow Kremlin.
Location: Proyezd Proyektiruyemyy 813, Moskva, Russia, 125009 Timings: Friday to Wednesday – 10 AM to 1 PM, and 2 PM to 5:20 PM (Closed on Thursdays)
9. Losiny Ostrov National Park
Of all the Moscow points of interest , Losiny Ostrov National Park offers a perfect amalgamation of nature and wildlife. Often compared to the Pedra Branca State Park in Rio de Janeiro, and the Table Mountain National Park of Cape Town, in terms of its size and grandeur, it is the first-ever national park of the Russian capital wherein one can witness many species of birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles.
Location: Poperechny Prosek, 1G, Moscow 107014, Russia
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8. Ostankino Tower
Standing tall at a height of 1,772 feet, Ostankino Tower is famous for being the only free-standing structure in the whole of Europe. Apart from being the eleventh high-rising structures of the world, the observation deck at Ostankino Tower is the place to be for those who wish to relish the best views of Moscow’s skyline.
Location: Akademika Koroleva St, 15, Moskva, Russia, 127427 Timings: Monday to Sunday – 10 AM to 9 PM
7. Grand Kremlin Palace
Established in the year of 1849, Great or Grand Kremlin Palace is one of those places to visit in Moscow that will leave you beyond astonished. Constructed beautifully and with a great eye for detail, the intricate decor inside the Grand Kremlin Palace reflects the pure charm of the Revival architecture in Russian that blends perfectly with the architectural style of Byzantine Revival.
Location: Moscow Kremlin, Moscow 103073, Russia
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What Pragati Maidan is to Delhi, VDNKh is for Moscow. Being one of the popular Moscow sightseeing places , VDNKh or Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnogo Khozyaystva is a grand trade and exhibition center in Moscow that assures the travelers an experience like none other. Home to numerous palaces, fountains, architectural marvels, arches, and pavilions, there will never be a dull moment on your visit to VDNKh during your trip to Moscow .
Location: Prospekt Mira, 119, Moskva, Russia, 129223 Timings: Monday to Sunday – 24 Hours
5. Bolshoi Theatre
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For the lovers of art, and culture, Bolshoi Theatre is the place to be for them to witness one of the finest live performances of opera and ballet performances. Famous for featuring a neoclassical facade, Bolshoi Theatre is one of the renowned landmarks of the city.
Location: Theatre Square, 1, Moskva, Russia, 125009
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4. Memorial Museum Of Cosmonautics
Striking, unique, and aiming to touch the sky, the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics is one of the best Moscow tourist sites which the travelers cannot afford to miss. Educating the visitors about the significant part of Russia’s history in the domain of space, it is a strict no-no to miss out on visiting the Museum of Cosmonautics when in the city.
Location: Prospekt Mira, 111, Moskva, Russia, 129223 Timings: Thursdays & Saturdays – 10 AM to 9 PM; Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, & Sundays – 10 AM to 7 PM; Closed on Mondays
3. Saint Basil’s Cathedral
Considered to be one of the top places to visit in Moscow , Saint Basil’s Cathedral is also famed as the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed amongst the locals. Being one of the crucial landmarks of Moscow located in the heart of Red Square, the cathedral dates back to the times of 16th century. Serving as a visual treat to the travelers, it happens to be one of the most-captured attractions in Moscow.
Location: Krasnaya Square, 2, Moscow 109012, Russia
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2. Red Square
Separating the royal citadel of Kremlin from the ancient merchant quarter of Kitai-gorod, Red Square is one of the most interesting places in Moscow . Bearing the weight of Russia’s history to a great extent, Red Square serves not just as an attraction but as the heart, soul, and symbol of the whole country.
Location: Krasnaya Ploshchad, Moscow, Russia
1. Moscow Kremlin
If all the attractions serve as members of the city, then Moscow Kremlin serves as the home in which all these tourist sites reside. Encompassing of almost all the famous sightseeing attractions, the royal residence of the President of Russia, the Moscow Kremlin is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Moscow . Offering breathtaking views of River Moskva and located at the heart of the city, it is a must for everyone to explore this fortified complex once in their lifetime.
Location: Moscow, Russia, 103073 Timings: Friday to Wednesday – 10 AM to 5 PM; Closed on Thursday
How To Get There
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While these are some of the famous places to visit in Moscow and St.Petersburg, this is just the beginning of what this incredible city has to offer. Hence, make sure you include these Moscow attractions and St. Petersburg sights to your bucket list while you gear up to fulfill your dream on your sojourn to Russia !
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Frequently Asked Questions About Places To Visit In Moscow
What is the best time to visit Moscow?
April to August happens to be the best time to visit Moscow when the summer season lets the tourists make the most of their journey.
What is that one experience that one must not miss out when planning a trip to Russia?
A ride on the Trans-Siberian Railway that crosses eight time zones across 9300 kms is one of the most unique experiences that one should not miss out on their trip to Moscow!
What are some of the must-visit attractions in Moscow?
Moscow Kremlin, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, and Bolshoi Theatre are some of the famous must visit attractions in Moscow.
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