In the Netherlands, one finds Achterhuis (a Dutch word denoting the rear part of a house, translated as the
"Secret Annexe") in Amsterdam where Anne Frank and her Jewish family went into hiding in 1942.
When entering Anne’s room one experiences a cold atmosphere. At midnight, it is said,
you may be able to see the figure of a young female which many believe is the spirit of Anne Frank.
In Breda, Netherland, an old monastery called Klooster situated in Nieuwstraat served as a home for nuns.
It is said that when you enter the smallest chapel at the midnight strike of the clock, you will be able to hear
the sound of a nun walking with her keys.
The Kasteel van ( castle of) Hoensbroek can be found in Hoensbroek, Netherlands. The castle is said to be
haunted by a ghost believed to be that of “The Blue Lady.” Her children, according to stories, died at an early
age and were buried within the castle walls and she knew nothing about it.
Some other haunted places in the Netherlands
The haunted house of Monster. Voices are being heard, things move around and screams come from the
basement, say those who lived in the house.
St. Oedenrode - Highway between Schijndel & St. Oedenrode - It is known for the appearance and sudden
dissapearance of the ghost of a 15 year old boy.
The Castel Duivenstein in Voorschoten.
Waardenburg Castle is one of the most haunted places in the Netherlands. At night a ghost walks up and
down the stairs, footsteps are being heard, one can hear whisperings in some of the rooms, things move around,......
Denekamp, Singraven Manor - In the sixteenth century Singraven Manor accommodated some
Franciscan nuns. A ghost of one of these nuns haunt the house.