Jakarta History Museum


Jakarta, Indonesia

BUILT: Unknown
OPERATION TIME: Unknown to present
STATUS: Open

History

The Jakarta History Museum was once used as the city hall by the Dutch Colonials. The main court was used to hang several Chinese people who lived in Indonesia. Now, the ghosts of the hanged can be seen there at night. The former prison portion is also believed to be haunted. Those who visit the Jakarta History Museum have reported feeling a strange presence.


Sources

  1. The Shadowlands. “Indonesia,” www.TheShadowlands.net

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