Haunts of Wroclaw Poland


Wroclaw in Poland is said to be one of the most haunted Cities in Poland.

Wroclaw is the largest city in Western Poland and a thriving student community.Legend is that, It is also the site where a grandson murdered his grandmother after supposedly being possessed by a demonic dwarf. It is said that her anguished screams can still be heard in the Hansel and Gretel building near St. Elizabeth’s church.

The House Under the Golden Dog, now a restaurant, used to house Frederick the Great. It is claimed that a mysterious force once pulled a quill from his hand while he was writing a letter. Nowadays, weird sounds can be heard from the cellar below the building. Shadows at the church of St. Mary Magdalene are said to be those of maids unable to escape their eternal prison. The chambers under Partisan Hill are known for screams echoing through the empty corridors. Also, back in the day, when Abram’s Tower (now a bar) was filled with sewing machines, a ghostly visitor would set the pedals and wheels and the machines off so that they would continue running on their own.