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European Heritage Days

From September 19 to 20, almost 17, 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days.

European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows the entry of the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows the hall of the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows the room of a former owner of the castle who committed suicide in the 19th century with a light gun in the castle of 'Fougeret', in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32th edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows a portrait of a deceased young girl in her room at the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France on September 18, 2015. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32th edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows the hall of the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32th edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)
European Heritage Days
A picture taken on September 18, 2015 shows a staircase to the crypt of the castle of 'Fougeret' in Queaux, near Poitiers, western France. The owners of the castle, Véronique and her husband Francois-Joseph Geffroy, observed since the acquisition in 2009 unexplained paranormal phenomena. The house dating from the 14th century, recognized as haunted by many specialists, has become a place of research and experimentation in the world of the invisible. From September 19 to 20, almost 17 000 monuments in France are open to the public during the 32th edition of the European Heritage Days. (AFP/Getty Images)