TEAM 3 GHOSTS IN THE 17TH CENTURY


PALACIO DE SANTA CRUZ



Many neighbours of Madrid claimed for centuries that within it’s walls, they heard emerging ghostly sounds and screams. The mystery was forged with the complains of the supposed jailers spirits, condemned to death that one day stayed in it’s cells and passages.

SAN PEDRO EL VIEJO



The legend says that there was a large bell that people could not climb with it. One morning dawned started and people say that since then it had the power to ward off storms, to the point where people started to say, “let us flee, touching San Pedro’s bell”.

ANTIGUO MERCADO DE SAN MIGUEL

The market suffered some quite strange experiences with ghosts. for example the roof fell with a gust of wind. One day part of the market burned. These made most of the shops that were in El mercado de San Miguel be in fear of the same thing happening to them.

CASA DE CISNEROS

There are two stories of ghosts here, the first one talks about a women called Elena that suddenly died one day, her corpse disappeared, and people started seeing her in the roof of this house walking and hitting herself. The other one talks about the same girl, but she died naturally, and they would see her walking in the roofs with a torch in her hands.

POSADA DEL PEINE


If you visit this building and when he is looking to the upper window, he see a human figure, he probably would have seen the ghost of the last guest of the lodge, who was afraid of going out of “La Posada del Peine”

TUERTO, MALDITO Y ENAMORADO

This book, written by Rosa Huertas, is about the amazing stories of Elisa, a student that can communicate with the ghosts of dead people. The title refers to the main ghost in the story: Lorenzo, which is “One-eyed, cursed and in love”.