The Anne Frank House
Anne Frank is one of the most famous victims of the Holocaust. When the Nazis invaded the Netherlands in 1940, anti-Jewish sentiment became rather prevalent quickly. In July of 1942, Anne, her sister Margot, and her parents went to go hide in a building in Amsterdam. The family built an annex that included the back side of the house and the top floor of the building so they could hide there in safety.
Anne and her family, along with four other Jews lived in that confinement for two years. During this time, Anne wrote her famous diary that still stands as one of the most significant pieces of literature from that era.
However, the family was given up, and the Nazis took them and deported them to different concentration camps. Anne would die not too long after this from disease. Some people that have visited the annex report experiencing paranormal activity, and with no surprise regarding the circumstances that once took place in that space. Cold spots are constantly reported being felt, and the apparition of a young girl has been looking outside one of the windows with a blank stare on her face. Perhaps this is the spirit of Anne Frank, forever trapped in her state of fear and confinement. Today, the Anne Frank House serves as a museum that gives daily tours and displays exhibits.
(Source: Belanger, Jeff. Encyclopedia of Haunted Places. 2005.)