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Places you didn’t know were haunted

The Active Times Logo By Taylor Rock of The Active Times | Slide 2 of 25: France’s opulent royal residence from 1682 to 1789, the sprawling Palace of Versailles was the supposed setting for a ghost sighting in 1901. During a visit to the Petit Trianon, a garden hideaway on the palace grounds, two academics, Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain, claimed to have seen several people dressed in 18th century clothing, including gardeners and Marie Antoinette herself. While it remains unclear if their tale is true, the sighting was chronicled in the bestseller “An Adventure” in 1911.

Palace of Versailles (Versailles, France)

France’s opulent royal residence from 1682 to 1789, the sprawling Palace of Versailles was the supposed setting for a ghost sighting in 1901. During a visit to the Petit Trianon, a garden hideaway on the palace grounds, two academics, Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain, claimed to have seen several people dressed in 18th century clothing, including gardeners and Marie Antoinette herself. While it remains unclear if their tale is true, the sighting was chronicled in the bestseller “An Adventure” in 1911.

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