3 More Haunted Castles Famous from Movies
If you like horror movies as much as most of us do, you have surely been asking yourself about the locations that scare heck out of you at the cinema. These movies have made history and, implicitly, the featured houses have haunted thousands of people worldwide. For those wondering where these castles or houses are located, here is a roundup of the most famous ones, a follow-up to the 5 haunted castles worth exploring.
The Haunting â€“ Located in Warwickshire, England, Ettington Park is now a hotel reminiscent of the 12th century church built on the same site. It is located in the picturesque Warwickshire countryside, the Neo-Gothic mansion is now a hotel welcoming each of visitors with a genuine hospitality. You can choose to stay in any of the 42 bedrooms, 20 garden rooms or 6 feature suites. You can enjoy the tennis courts or croquet lawns available for each visitor, enjoy a read in the beautiful terrace or an excellent meal in the Oak Room restaurant.
The Legend of Hell House â€“ Famous for being the birthplace of Winston Churchill, Bleinheim Palace in Oxfordshire is known by horror movie fanatics as the dreaded Hell House. Set in 2100 acres of parkland, the castle boost with exquisite gardens and a magnificent lake. Bleinheim is currently home to the Dukes of Marlborough, but is open to the public 10 months a year. Several other movies were shot here, including Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade or Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix.
Nosferatu â€“ Built in the 13th century on a rock 520 meters high, the Orava castle in Slovakia is the star castle for the haunting 1922 German movie. The castle cliff closely resembles the Bran castle, former residence of Dracula and one of the most famous castles in the world, many having believed until recently that Nosferatu was shot there. Today, the castle features exhibitions from the Orava Museum – one of the most ancient museums in the country.