October 13, 2018

Château de Vyle, Vyle-et-Tharoul 🇧🇪

Château de Vyle is an abandoned castle in the village Vyle-et-Tharoul, part of the Marchin municipality.

September 15, 2018

Château de Reinhardstein, Ovifat 🇧🇪 & Lac de Robertville, Robertville 🇧🇪

Château de Reinhardstein is a 14th century fortified castle located in the Belgian Hautes-Fagnes, west of Robertville, a village in the municipality of Waimes, in the province of Liège.

Lac de Robertville is an artificial lake near the city of Malmedy in Belgium in Europe. The water volume is 8,000,000 m³ and the area is 0,62 km². The lake is located in the High Fens park. The dam on the river Warche was built in 1928. Lake Robertville is situated in the municipality of Waimes. It is named after the village of Robertville.

September 8, 2018

Eifel 🇩🇪

The Eifel is a low mountain range in western Germany and eastern Belgium. It occupies parts of southwestern North Rhine-Westphalia, northwestern Rhineland-Palatinate and the southern area of the German-speaking Community of Belgium. The Eifel is part of the Rhenish Massif; within its northern portions lies the Eifel National Park.

August 4, 2018

Haus Fühlingen (Villa Oppenheim), Fühlingen 🇩🇪

The spook in Haus Fühlingen begins on 15 January 1943. The house was then used as a place to sleep for forced laborers of the Nazi regime. One of them, Edward Margol from Poland, is hanged by the Gestapo not far from the house on that day because he is unjustly suspected of having an affair with the estate owner's underage daughter. Since then, it is said, Edward's ghost wanders over the estate in search of his love.

In the following years, several unexplained deaths in the house and on the property are associated with Edward's ghost and those of other prisoners of war: A dead man is found in the henhouse after the liberation of the workers. New Year's Eve 1962 the owner of the house, a judge, hangs himself on the second floor of the house. On April 8, 2007, a similarly hanged resident is found in exactly the same location as the judge.

In 1967 parts of the estate were demolished by the city of Cologne. Since then, the house is considered uninhabited, although apparently until the year 2000, the widow of the judge lived here. Since her natural death, the increasingly decaying house has become a popular destination for amateur ghost hunters: On various Internet portals for ghosts and paranormal activities they document their visits to the estate. They report on oppressive feelings, presences and inexplicable details on taken photos.

Since 1980, the manor is a listed building. Since 2008, reports have been appearing repeatedly that the house should be renovated, rebuilt and sold. However, apart from the sign of a broker on the road, there is no change noticable to this day.

April 22, 2018

American Sunday, Zandvoort 🇳🇱

American rides, car shows, 1/4 mile drag races, music and entertainment.