Haunted Dragsholm Castle in Denmark
Dragsholm Slot, which is Danish for Dragsholm Castle, is located on Denmark’s eastern island of Zealand and is considered one of the most haunted places in Denmark.
Though other such castles like Akershus Fortress in Norway are considered far more haunted, Dragsholm should not be overlooked in terms of unexplained phenomena, simply due to the sheer volume of ghosts that have been reported here.
The haunted Dragsholm Castle was built by the bishop of Roskilde in approximately 1215 and is still standing today despite attacks on it over the centuries by the Swedish during a time of war.
With a rich history of war during its 800 years of existence, there’s not much surprised that it has been a place of unexplained phenomena and paranormal activity.
There are many ghosts that are said to haunt the grounds, some explained and some unexplained. One of the ghosts of Dragsholm Castle is that of the White Lady, a common ghost around the world, usually linked to murder or suicide. The ghost of the White Lady at Dragsholm Castle is said to belong to Celina Bovles.
There are literally hundreds of ghosts of Dragsholm Castle that have been reported and collectively they make it one of the most haunted places in Denmark. Even so, it’s far from the most haunted place in Europe when it’s up against the likes of Poveglia Island.
The haunted Dragsholm Slot is open for business and you can book a room at this mysterious location and see if you can spot any of the ghosts yourself.
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