Chaonei No. 81 also known as Chaonei Church was erected at the turn of the century in Peking, China. Located at Chaoyangmennei Street it’s been designated a historic building and despite the surrounding area being renovated, this brick, three-story French Baroque-style structure remains tenantless. Many believe this is due to its notorious reputation as one of China’s most haunted houses.
The vampire feeds on blood, the Raven Mocker (Kâ'lanû Ahkyeli'sk) feeds on life. The Cherokee feared these witches greatly.
Is there any truth to the unwritten law that any business built on consecrated grounds is bound to fail? There was one establishment that violated this belief more than any other which were theaters. These are stories where misfortune haunted these establishments.
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