This house might look innocent enough, but it’s actually one of the most haunted places in Sweden. This humble abode, located in Borgvattnet Jämtland, is actually a vicarage built in 1876. The first report of hauntings began in 1927 when the resident chaplain Nils Hedlund wrote a letter noting the strange happenings in his house from his laundry being torn from the line to shadows suddenly appearing out of nowhere. These “supernatural” events continued with almost every new chaplain or vicar. Either he or his family or his guests noticed things appearing to move on their own or heard deathly screams throughout the house. Also, an old rocking chair never seemed to stop rocking and an “invisible force” would throw its occupants from the chair (okay now that one is definitely creepy). Another example of creepiness occurred in 1941 when a guest woke up one night in the guestroom to see that she was not alone. Three old women were sitting in a sofa staring at her in the dark room. In the early 1980s a ghospriest named Tore Forslund promised to rid the town of the apparitions. Unfortunately his exorcism was unsuccessful. Today the vicarage is run as a small bed and breakfast, with the option to rent the whole house if one doesn’t mind a “continuously rocking” rocking chair. Anyone who makes it through the night will receive a diploma to mark their honour.