The Valley of the Kings was used sometime around 1500 B.C., when the Egyptians no longer built pyramids for their pharaohs to be buried in. Most of the sixty tombs have been raided for treasure. The one that remained intact belonged to King Tutankhamun.
In the ancient city of Wheaten, lights go on and off by themselves. No one knows why this happens. It is currently the only paranormal activity that Wheaten receives.
The ghost of King Khufu has been seen coming out of one of the more well-known pyramids, the Great Pyramid of Giza. He appears dressed in ancient Egyptian armor, and he known to enter people’s houses and demand that they “get out now!”. Many ideas surround this odd phenomenon.
The Great Pyramids of Giza are known for having “the mummy’s curse” as well as being haunted by a man and his three children. Dressed in 1920s-style clothing, they appear to be looking for someone within the walls of the pyramid. There are two theories that surround the group: that the adult man is an archaeologist looking at the pyramid, or he is looking for his deceased wife.
Dahshour is where the Egyptian military trains. Soldiers there for the 45-day training say that the sounds of guns and people screaming can be heard late at night. From the balcony, a ghostly army can be seen walking and doing exercises. The cause of the haunting is unknown.
The Baron Castle has been left deserted for several years, leaving the building with an eerie appearance. Over the course of a few decades before the abandonment of the castle, there were many fatal accidents that occurred on the site; they are believed to be the source of the paranormal activity. Such activity includes windows opening and closing late on windless nights.
In Alexandria, Egypt, it is believed that this abandoned and haunted building was built above the Holy Qura’an. It is also said that there was a police officer who was burned in the building. A number of stories surround the place, but it is unknown how many of them are true.