Haunted Magnolia Hotel.
Town posted a video on YouTube showing what looks like black mist
entering the hotel's "Campbell Room" from the left side during the early
morning hours of Aug. 5.
White mist then clouds the camera lens.
Investigators said about 10 minutes later, a white vortex appeared even more visible and quickly rotated in front of the camera.
Strange Town is a series where paranormal investigators try to capture evidence of spirits in places said to be haunted in the Austin area.
Guests have reported seeing other instances of paranormal activity at the hotel.
KENS 5 reported, Magnolia owners Jim and Erin Ghedi began restoring the
building in 2013 and opened it to the public for ghost tours.
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Friday, August 11, 2017
Daniel Parker came into work at Barnsley Antiques Centre, South Yorks, to find the 1960s toy lying on the shop floor.
The 45-year-old quickly rewound one of the store's 24-hour CCTV cameras to discover the toy begin eerily moving despite nothing being near it.
After being plagued by hundreds of unexplained events in his two years owning the shop, customers suggest it is the ghosts of little children - however, the dad of two remains sceptical.
Daniel said: "It was just completely bizarre - and I'm a sceptic.
"It just starts slowly rocking - just stopping and starting and then it flips off, as if someone is getting off the toy.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Oh, and maybe a Lizard Man sighting or two.
The agency sent a tongue and cheek post on social media Wednesday about possible paranormal activity on August 21, the day the total solar eclipse will pass through South Carolina.
Then also sent a map that has a list of possible Lizard Man sighting. (The Lizard Man, for those who don't know, is basically South Carolina's Bigfoot, although a scaly-reptile like creature rather than a hairy beast).
"SCEMD does not know if Lizardmen become more active during a solar eclipse, but we advise that residents of Lee and Sumter counties should remain vigilant."
Thursday, August 3, 2017
A large orb captured on video near the Stawamus Chief has excited a documentary and research crew from London, Ont.
Rob Freeman and Marcus McNabb have travelled to 11 countries and 30 cities in the past three years determined to record what is out there, after being inspired from a childhood experience.
Freeman, a senior field researcher for the Centre for the Scientific Study of Atmospheric Anomalies, said the sighting is the best footage they’ve recorded to date.
“This is such a fascinating path that we are on,” Freeman said. “Most people have no idea what’s happening in the world.”
The pair initially started out to make a documentary but McNabb now describes it as a movement.
To collect data, the crew used night imaging technology spanning the electromagnetic spectrum to see the visible and invisible, as well as a camera fondly called the “weapon of mass detection.”
When the crew arrived in Squamish on July 22, a stranger at the Britannia Mine gift shop told them special things shine on the Chief trail. “It was breathtakingly majestic,” Freeman said of the rock face.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
The ‘chilling’ footage was captured on Vicars Hill in Armagh around lunchtime on Monday, in the shadow of the towering Church of Ireland Cathedral.
The distinctive figure can be seen walking from one side of the road to the other before disappearing into the wall and grounds of the Cathedral opposite.
We’ve slowed down and zoomed in on the footage and the figure appears to be that of a man dressed in Georgian attire – befitting of the ancient city’s Georgian roots.
The man said “my granny is still hyperventilating from the shock of seeing the ghost”.