Actually, there are quite a few churches in the world that are rumored to be haunted. One of the most well known is in England, of all places. St. Nicholas church has good reason to be consider itself haunted, as you'll see in this article from Listverse.
St. Nicholas Church
Photo credit: Stephen Nunney
St. Nicholas Church is practically haunted by default. That’s because the village of Pluckley, its home, is reputedly the most haunted locale in all of England. The Kent village is home to the Watercress Woman, who occupies the Pinnock Bridge, and to the ghost of a schoolmaster who committed suicide in front of his pupils. According to a conservative estimate, Pluckley contains no fewer than 12 active spirits.
The church itself is said to be the home of both the beautiful ghost of Lady Dering and the Lady in Red, a ghost who searches the adjacent churchyard for her lost baby. The ghost of a former miller who worked in the area is also said to haunt the churchyard in search of a long-lost love. Also, the ghost of a monk at nearby Greystones House is also said to be seen during the night. Finally, visitors to St. Nicholas have reported seeing lights in the church’s windows when nobody was inside.
Wow! 12 active spirits in one town sounds like a lot to me! But then, what do I know about ghost and spirits? Not much, I'm afraid!
Coffee out on the patio this morning!