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World's Scariest Hauntings   

Series 1: 10x60 | HD | 2018
Production Company
Woodcut Media
Primary Broadcaster
Pick TV

The World’s Scariest Hauntings delves into the paranormal universe to reveal ghosts and horror stories from 10 terrifying locations around the globe.

Places like The Ancient Ram in England – a property built in the 1100s that has housed devil worship and murder; the Edinburgh Vaults in Scotland where the ghost of a child has been known to hold hands with visitors; and The Merchant’s House in New York City where The Tredwell Family still reside and speak to guests even though the last family member died over 80 years ago.

We’ve interviewed the people who know the locations inside out and they share their spine-chilling experiences with us. We’ve also tracked down photos and video that cannot be explained, captured by eye-witnesses who bravely return to the locations and tell us the story behind their frightening footage.

Episode 5 - Merchant House

Built in 1832 in New York City, the Merchant’s House Museum is a time capsule of 19th century Manhattan. Some say the Tredwell family, who lived in the house for nearly 100 years, are still in residence. Many believe it is Gertrude Tredwell, in particular, who is watching over her family home. Gertrude never married and lived her entire life here until she died, at the age of 93, in 1933.

Episode 2 - Ancient Ram

Being situated on an ancient pagan burial site and a Ley Line intersection in Gloucestershire, England, it’s no wonder the Ancient Ram is one of the most haunted houses in the world. The Bishop of Gloucester, upon a failed exorcism of the building said it was “the most evil place I have ever had the misfortune to visit”.

Episode 1 - Edinburgh

Under the cobbled streets of one of Europe’s most haunted cities you’ll find the Edinburgh Vaults. Dating back to the 1700s, murder, misery and unnatural death was rife in the slums of Scotland’s historic capital city. Since the vaults were rediscovered in 1985 they have become a hotbed of paranormal activity.