Lawang Sewu, Semarang
The name Lawang sewu means Thousand Doors, but among the local
Javanese the name conotates an eerie haunted house with a tragic
history. This Dutch colonial building was built in 1863 by C.
Citroen. It was the branch office for the Dutch Indonesian train
company but when the Japanese invaded in 1942, they used it as a
gruesome interrogation headquarter where they jailed and killed a lot
of Indonesians. Long standing reports of multiple ghost sightings in
this building has turned it into a local destination for young
students & tourists who would make their visit on weekend nights
to experience this legendary haunted house.
Of course ghosts only appear to those who believe they exist because it's in the head.
Do you believe ghosts exist? I don't coz I've never seen one.