Thursday, December 7, 2017

Ghost photobombs a group photo at the Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana (video)

ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA (WAFB) -The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana is heralded as one of the nation’s most haunted places. People travel from all over the world to spend the night in hopes of being spooked, whether by hearing or seeing something supernatural.

One group of women got their wish and documented it on camera in the form of a selfie.

On Monday, the haunted plantation posted a picture of some guests standing in front of a row of windows, with an unexpected photobomb.

“Not your average guest selfie…” the post read.

In a window behind the group of women appears to be a face.

Is it the face of Chloe - the slave girl said to haunt the grounds, who has mysteriously appeared in several photographs over the years? Is it just a coincidental reflection off the window?

Sunday, November 26, 2017

People claim that this Inn in Pennsylvania is haunted. (video)



BRACKNEY, Pa. (CBS) — Is a Pennsylvania inn haunted?

Some folks in Brackney, Pennsylvania, are spooked after spotting what they say was a ghost inside a haunted inn.

Some say they saw a spirit in the window of the Brackney Inn.

Volunteers were helping clean up rubble after a fire destroyed the building last month.

They say things seemed a bit off, then one of them spotted the figure.

“They were taking pictures of the front of the building and when he went back to look at his house, he was kind of freaking out about the picture because it looked in one in the windows like there was someone standing there,” said inn owner Gleg MacBlane.

“The more I looked at it, the harder it was to believe it could ever be the angle of the sun or something at all like that,” said Matthew Hallick, who spotted the figure in the picture.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Texas Grocery store owner claims to have captured a ghost of camera (video)


photo - A spooky sight spotted on surveillance camera is the latest in a series of reported paranormal activity at a Sansom Park grocery store, just northwest of Fort Worth.

Mohammed Hammad is a physics kind of guy. He believes in hard numbers, facts, and a reason for everything. But a ghostly image caught on surveillance video outside his Samson Park store just after 7:30 p.m. Monday has him baffled.

"After seeing that video, I would say it's haunted,” he said. “There's no explanation for it. It's like supernatural."

The questionable image on the surveillance video appears to float from left to right and then disappears into the wall.

Mohammed's brother, Ahmad, was working the store. He also has no explanation for what he saw.

"I saw that video,” Ahmad said. “It's not a fog or smoke. I don't believe in this stuff, but…”

Ahmad says there were no cars passing by at that moment, so he doesn't think it was smoke. It was dark, making it hard to make the argument it was a shadow.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

A landlady filmed the ghost of a girl killed outside her 'haunted' pub speaking to her (video)

A landlady filmed the spooky moment she believes the ghost of a girl killed by a car outside her 'haunted' pub spoke to her.

In her spine-tingling footage inside the dark tavern, footsteps can be heard before a young girl's voice appears to call out 'are you waiting for me?' and a door creaks.

Bodalla Arms Hotel owner Michelle Coric thinks the ghoulish voice is the spirit of a young girl struck over 15 years ago as she chased her pet turtle into the road.

The 49-year-old is determined to uncover the truth amid a wave of paranormal activity surrounding the historic pub in New South Wales, Australia.

"We were waiting around when we felt this sudden drop in temperature.

"I could feel someone there. We had been waiting here at the bar every night, so we felt shocked and excited when all those long nights paid off.

"I couldn't help but wonder what she meant; 'are you waiting for me?'. Maybe it's because I wait in the bar for her every night?"

Woman claims to have photographed a ghost at the Legendary Stanley Hotel

ESTES PARK, Colo. - A family out of Aurora decided to take a trip to Estes Park and tour The Stanley Hotel. Little did they know, their group would be joined by what appeared to be a ghostly child.

Jessica Martinez-Mausling and her group of 11 were on the "Spirit Tour" in the month of September. Like a lot of other tourists stopping through, they took a few photos.

When the family got home and reviewed their pictures, they noticed something odd. It looked like a young girl was walking down the stairs near them. When asked about the photo, Jessica said there were no young girls in their party. She even double-checked with other members of her family, and they all said there was no child on the tour.

"Yes, we do think it was a ghost. There is no other explanation. She wasn't there when we took the picture," Jessica told KRDO NewsChannel 13.

Of course, there are debates on whether Jessica and her family could have doctored the photo.

Huffington Post contacted Ben Hansen, former FBI agent and host of "Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files," and he said he could not find any blatant signs that it was fake.