October 31st each year sees many countries including USA, UK and Canada celebrate Halloween, All Hallows Evening. Today children don decorated costumes and go door to door in their neighbourhoods chanting ‘trick or treat’ in expectation of candy. The practice originated in Ireland and stems from the ancient celebration of the saints and martyrs. Today Halloween is more a cultural events than a religious holiday.Monte Cristo Mansion, Australia In Junee, New South Wales lies Australia’s most haunted house, the Monte Cristo mansion. Here Mrs Crawley lived as a hermit for 23 years after the death of her beloved husband, never leaving the house. After her death, her ghost has been spotted wandering the house, with her face pressed against the window and lights switching on and off without reason. Screaming Tunnel, Niagara, Canada The Screaming Tunnel in Ontario’s Niagara Falls is one of Canada’s most famous legends. The tunnel lies underneath railway lines and when a nearby farm caught fire, the daughter ran from the farm with her clothes alight and tried to extinguish herself in the tunnel. She died however and legend has it that it you strike a match at midnight in the tunnel it will blow out and eerie female screams can be heard.