Located in Asia, Peking University is one of the most haunted places on the entire continent. They have a tragic history. In 1989, the university witnessed the mass slaughter of students. The students were protesting against the mistreatment of the late Communist Party General Secretary, Hu Yaobang. Previously, the students looked up to them to voice their grievances against subjects like corruption, limited career choices, and inflation.
The army gunned down thousands of students demonstrating peacefully at Tiananmen Square. They wounded and killed some of the soldiers and a few civilians.” It’s obvious this university is haunted. It’s also said that “ghosts of these enraged souls are said to haunt the square on the campus ground. Some nights, the streets and walkways come alive with mysterious human figures, angry shouts, and eerie smells.” Hopefully, the university students are used to the sightings by now, because seeing mysterious human figures in the streets after a long night of studying is not something we’d want to encounter (Top Five Buzz).