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A Ghost Hunt Inside My Historical Dutch House!

Have you ever done a paranormal investigation inside your own house? Well we did, and we got more than we bargained for! Join us, Sybil and Rose of The Ghost Maidens as we journey through our four year long film making process, 800 years of history in the Hague, the covid-19 pandemic, and our own minds as we realize the shape of misfortune can follow us for as long as it takes…

00:00 – Intro
01:10 – The Nightmares
03:25 – 2019, The First Investigation
09:54 – Bad Luck?
14:25 – History of The Netherlands
21:40 – History Recap
25:40 – Witnesses
31:49 – Who or What is the Bad Luck Man?
35:17 – History of The Hofjes (The Hague)
39:01 – Grounds for Disease
42:30 – The Ritual
50:30 – Conclusion
52:56 – The Drawings
55:25 – End Credits

Written, filmed, directed, and produced by
The Ghost Maidens

Filmed on Location in The Hague, The Netherlands.

Special thanks to:
Mauritshuis, Den Haag
Gemeente Archief, Den Haag
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Van Ostade Hofjes
Gemeente Den Haag
Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht
Gastropub & Brouwerij Van Kinsbergen
Our Twitch Community
Max Andersson
Casper Schul
Lukas van Diermen
Jos Arkenbout
Piscine the Cat
The covid-19 TOZO regeling

Absolutely zero thanks to:
Cafe Noir

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Music and Stock Footage:
“Sage My Bed”
by Rosa Nokturna

Land of Phantoms by Kevin MacLeod

Long note One by Kevin MacLeod

Long Note Two by Kevin MacLeod

Shamanistic by Kevin MacLeod

Echoes of Time by Kevin MacLeod

Distant Tension by Kevin MacLeod

Day of Chaos by Kevin MacLeod

Teller of the Tales by Kevin MacLeod

Disconcerned by Kevin MacLeod

Very Low Note by Kevin MacLeod

The Dread by Kevin MacLeod

Ghost Processional by Kevin MacLeod

Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on
“Middle Earth” by
“Somber” by

Purple Mirror (with Kruch).mp3 by Filmy Ghost (Sábila Orbe) is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Stock footage:
Mitch Martinez and


23 thoughts on “A Ghost Hunt Inside My Historical Dutch House!

  1. I really have no idea what to expect but I enjoy the unexpected. I quickly ran to the supermarket and local church for supplies the day before this film premiered. I was rejected many times when I requested a gallon of holy water (I knew this film would make me very thirsty) and eventually after punching a priest in the face with brass knuckles I was able to fill a gallon milk jug and run. I risked my life for the ghost maidens last stream and I will do it again because my name is Keith……

  2. I’ve programmed all my devices to remind me to stop whatever I’m doing and be a part of this premier. I just know it’s going to blow my mind! The Ghost Maidens are GOLD! Thank you so much for creating and sharing!

  3. In The Hague, there's a myth that's told,
    Of a man whose luck was cold as gold,
    No matter what he did or said,
    Misfortune followed him like a thread.

    He walked beneath a ladder once,
    And then his life became a dunce,
    For all he touched turned into ash,
    And people fled at his very flash.

    They say he was a cursed soul,
    Born with a fate beyond control,
    And so he wandered, all alone,
    A victim of his luck's cruel tone.

    The Bad Luck Man, they call him now,
    A cautionary tale, somehow,
    That reminds us all to tread with care,
    And to beware of the fates we wear.

  4. They say this man is an egregore,
    A thought-form that we all deplore,
    A creation of the mind's own make,
    That follows us, like a bad mistake.

    The Bad Luck Man, they call him so,
    A harbinger of woe on woe,
    But in his curse, a lesson lies,
    To be careful of the dreams we prize.

  5. Why did the Bad Luck Man fstart to worry about the group consciousness of The Hague?

    Because he heard that an "egregore" was forming around the idea that he was the cause of all their misfortunes!

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