Paranormal News: Queen Silvia Of Sweden Claims Her Palace Is Haunted

Today’s paranormal news includes proof that money and power do not shield anyone from the world of the paranormal, as Queen Silvia of Sweden has told the Swedish national public television channel, SVT, that her royal palace is haunted, according to The Local. This is not the only palace in the world with a haunted history, as several European palaces have ghost stories, and the phenomenon is noticed worldwide, as the video from India below allegedly shows. If one considers the anxiety driven energy that money and power imprint on the human psyche, it isn’t a stretch to believe that residuals of that paranormal energy, forged in the furnace of the highest of economic and political stakes, remain in places where it was concentrated in a person’s life.

The good news is that the queen reports that the paranormal entities, or energies, with which she comes in contact are benign, if not downright friendly.

“There’s a lot of history here. There are also little friends… the ghosts. They’re all very friendly, but you sometimes feel like you aren’t alone. Come and feel it for yourself, go around here when it is dark and the like. It’s very exciting.”

Drottningholm Palace in Sweden Drottningholm Palace is in the paranormal news because the queen of Sweden says that it is haunted. [Image by Joyce Nelson/Shutterstock]

While the royal family of Sweden have lived in Drottningholm Palace since 1981, the palace has a rich history dating back to the 16th Century, when the original palace was constructed by King Johan III. The original palace was destroyed by a fire, but it was rebuilt afterward using a design by the famous architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder. The government of Sweden purchased the palace in 1777. Aside from being a source for paranormal news, the palace is also a designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.