Last weekend I visited one of the creepiest urbex destinations in Europe: the abandoned haunted convent Het Hoompje in St. Anna ter Muiden in Sluis (Netherlands). Many have seen ghostly nuns walking through the walls or observing travelers near the highway. EVP recordings have detected clear voices and warnings. Things have gotten worse since witches and satanists have performed rituals in the cellar. No wonder that the entrance of the cellar is marked with the words: "Welcome to hell!"
I went into the abandoned haunted convent by myself (my fellow travelers didn't dare go in), but no ghosts have tried to seek my company. I personally don't see any ghosts on the photos either, but friends who are into the subject claim that there are several ones on the pictures I published. Can you see them too?
If you're interested in visiting Het Hoompje, you have to go to St. Anna ter Muiden, which is part of the municipality Sluis in the Netherlands. The convent is on your right, just before you enter Sluis. Pay close attention because the building is hidden by lush vegetation and only the top of the tower is visible.
My previous urbex posts are: abandoned horror-themed restaurant, creepy WWI fortification and haunted house in Bredene.
Can you see ghosts on these photos? Have you ever experienced something ghostly or creepy?
Also, I'm currently looking for urbex-themed guest posts, so if you have photographed some creepy buildings and places and want to get the word out about your blog or book, you may contact me at eeriestories75 (at) gmail (dot) com.
Discover some other cool author blogs today: