01/14/18

Ghost Photo: Lady of the River

What do you see when you look at this photo? Some believe the white figure is an ordinary person, but the man who took the picture isn’t so sure.

John Anderson snapped the photo along the banks of the River Trent in Burton, England. Anderson was fishing on a boat with his son when they noticed the silent figure.

“Whatever it was seemed to appear and disappear too quickly to be a person, so I don’t really know what it could have been,” Anderson told the BurtonMail. “I guess there are just some things out there that cannot be explained.”

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01/5/18

Ghost Photo: The Lady in Black

A reader writes:

“My son caught this ghost on camera when we were in Savannah this past August. I really wanted to share it with someone. We believe she is either an African-American servant girl, or maybe Civil War nurse? Please let us know what you all think. I’m not sure of the building the ghost is standing by. We were walking down the street along the river and all of the shops. It was River Street, I think. I would love to know what building it is.”

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01/3/18

NYC’s Haunted Brooklyn Bridge

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On January 3, 1870, workers began construction on New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge. Today, nearly 150 years later, the bridge is a beloved landmark. But is it also haunted?

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01/2/18

10 New Paranormal Books to Keep You Up at Night

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Looking for a chilling new read? Here are 10 paranormal-themed books that have recently hit shelves or are coming soon. Give them a try…if you dare.

Eerie Florida: Chilling Tales from the Panhandle to the Keys
September 4, 2017

Most know Florida as the land of endless sunny beaches, but the state is home to numerous eerie legends and mysterious creatures. Join Mark Muncy and Kari Schultz as they uncover the history behind the state’s creepiest stories and unusual locations.

A Haunted History of Louisiana Plantations
September 25, 2017

Louisiana plantations evoke images of grandeur and elegance. Beyond the facade of stately homes are stories of hope and subjugation, tragedy and suffering, shame and perseverance and war and conquest. Authors Cheryl H. White and W. Ryan Smith reveal the dark history, folklore, and lasting human cost of Louisiana plantation life.

Ghosts of Wales: Accounts from the Victorian Archives 
October 1, 2017

This book reveals for the first time 50 terrifying, and in some cases, comical cases dating from 1837 to 1901, unearthed from archive newspapers. They include chilling prophecies from beyond the grave, poltergeists who terrorize the God-fearing communities, spectral locomotives which hurtle around the industrial landscape, and more than a few ingenious hoaxes along the way.

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