Hauntings 1: Monte Cristo Homestead

Posted: November 23, 2016 in Hauntings
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Time for a more supernatural bent to the things that don’t make sense to you in this crazy world as I dive Into some of the most haunted, creepy and cursed places and objects from around the world. we kick off with what is meant to be Australia’s most haunted home the historic Monte Cristo Homestead in Junee, New South Wales.

Built in 1885 it has been the setting for many accidental deaths, the forced imprisonment of a mentally ill man as we’ll as at least two murders.

It is claimed by current owners in this daily mail article that the original owners haunt the house after a string of horrifying experiences that included the tragic death of a young child who was dropped or thrown down stairs, A maid that fell from a balcony, and a stable boy who burned to death on the property.

There was also a mentally ill man (the son of a caretaker) who was chained up in the caretaker’s cottage for 40 years by his parents. He killed his mother and died shortly after leaving the property to live in a mental asylum.

The first caretaker to run the property after the death of the original owners was also murdered and his body found on the property.

As the owners again claim in this SMH story while the disasters and murders may have stopped the Hauntings haven’t. There have been unexplainable shadows, phantom touching, lights turning on with no power and mysterious sounds.

So a fairly light and standard haunting to start our series but next time beware the unsettling feelings will rise in your very souls from a much creepier haunting.



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