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Sure, some people believe that Halloween is about dressing up and partying with friends — and of course it is — but for a special group of Oct. But every good ghost story needs a haunted house to go with it. From spirits of massacred witches to the specters of tortured poets, Latin America has no shortage of eerie houses to visit that will keep you questioning your beliefs.

Still, there are a few places with stories so creepy that they stand out from the rest. So get out your rosario or book your next limpieza, because you just might need it after reading this list of haunted houses in Latin America. La Casa Matusita is often cited as one of the most haunted homes in Latin America — and for good reason.

This dwelling in Lima, Peru has a violent and terrifying history that keeps the bravest explorers away from it. Local rumors say that the house is built on cursed land that dates back to Spanish colonialism in the South American country.

Legend has it that a woman named Dervaspa Parvaneh was burnt at the stake on this land after she was accused by Lima townspeople of practicing witchcraft. Storytellers say that the inhabitants of the house that was built on this land all suffered gruesome and horrible deaths. On April 24, , Claudia Mijangos murdered her three children in cold blood. She made international headlines with her defense: that she was possessed by a demon who compelled her to commit violent acts.

The house, which still stands in the Mexican state, is famous among townspeople for the alleged paranormal activity that occurs on the premises. Neighbors say that a phantom of a bleeding child is sometimes seen at the second-floor window. And according to locals, if you listen closely, you can still hear the sound of children screaming. La casa embrujada de Puerto Montt. In , the Carabineros, or police force, of Puerto Montt, Chile received a terrifying phone call from a local family.

According to the family members, they were experiencing a series of violent paranormal attacks in their own home. They, too, saw inanimate objects moving and even witnessed smoke coming from the house when no one was inside.

Legend in the Central American country attributes the haunting to a local priest who allegedly died in the building alongside several children. The house has such a demonic aura about it that even reporters looking to investigate the paranormal claims flee from fear. In despair, Frutos refused all food and drink and slowly wasted away. Neighbors still say that they see the ghost of the anguished woman on the balcony of the house, mourning in the afterlife for the love she was denied.

Looking to regain their prosperity, one of the relatives made a pact with an evil supernatural entity in exchange for wealth. But soon the deal backfired, and strange things started happening on the premises. The family fled, leaving behind a brand-new Mustang car in the driveway.

Since then, many have tried to remove the vehicle through different means. But the car, it is said, is immovable. El castillo del gringo loco. After his death, the spot became popular for paranormal seances and ouija board readings. Days later, four of them died in a car accident.

According to the folk tale, the house was constructed by a loving father in honor of his wheelchair-bound daughter. Equipped with plenty of ramps to make it easier for her to navigate the home, the construction of the building was plagued by alleged paranormal activity. After the house was completed, the young girl, inexplicably, fell from the roof.

After the death of his only daughter, the bereaved man became depressed and eventually took his own life. He died by suicide in after allegedly shooting himself in the heart. Now converted into a national public museum dedicated to poetry, it is said that the spirit of Silva lingers in the building. Follow on Twitter Follow on Facebook. Culture Music Film Sports Food. View this post on Instagram.

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