Whether you’re a ghost cá độ bóng đá hunting enthusiast or you just like the supernatural, you’ll love the latest haunting news in Vietnam. There are many scary stories to be found, from the Hua family to the President Hotel and even a former prison.
Ghost of the Hua family
Whether or not the Hua family ghost is real is unclear. The urban legend has been around for a while. It is one of the most popular ghost stories in Vietnam. Many people have reported hearing a woman crying in the night and seeing a shadowy figure roaming the building. However, no one has been captured by the ghost.
The legend is based on the story of a wealthy Vietnamese family known as the Hoa. In the late 19th century, the family owned the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Museum. The daughter of the Hua family was believed to haunt the museum.
It is not clear where the young girl died. Some believe that she died at the Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Art. Others believe that she died in her own home.
Ghost of the President Hotel
Located on the edge of the Old Quarter in Hanoi, Vietnam’s President Hotel has been around for over sixty years. The building was once a grand hotel, later converted into apartments. It is also the site of a murder, and many people have reported strange noises and apparitions. However, the building is no longer open to the public.
The building has been abandoned for quite some time. Laurent Weyl and his partner, Sabrina Rouille, documented the building’s last few years, and the results are fascinating. They have created a photo book containing 80 color photographs, as well as a documentary text about the building’s history.
Weyl also investigated the building’s history using a plethora of archival documents, and produced a video documentary that documents his experiences.
Ghost of the con dao prison
During the cá độ bóng đá Vietnam War, Con Dao prison was a notorious place for holding political prisoners. It was also called a ‘devil island’ by Indochina. Thousands of innocent people were killed there. The prisoners were kept behind locked bars and buried alive. They looked like green corpse-like mannequins.
The Con Dao prison is included on the list of haunted places listed by CNN. This mysterious island is located off the coast of South Vietnam.
It was once the largest prison for Indochina. The French and South Vietnamese ruled the island and the people were tortured. Thousands of political prisoners were kept here. There are still remnants of French colonial buildings on the mainland. The French built the prison on Con Son Island in 1861. The prison was administered by the South Vietnamese Army under American supervision.