10/25/17

Ghost Photo: The Haunted Cornfield

A reader writes:

“We’ve been cleaning an abandoned cemetery dating back to the 1800s and captured something in a picture. There’s something in the stump, peeking between the two stones. I’m not sure what to think.

When we started to clean this up, we parked by the road and the electric pole was going crazy. I took a picture of the cemetery from the road and got a fog pic. We also had a lady that is clairvoyant come out, and she got some people to come forward and talked to her. She also took a picture and got a little girl in the corn. Once, I thought I heard someone laughing in the field.”

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10/22/17

Ghost Photo: Theater Spirit

Originally posted on Reddit, this photo taken at the Twin City Opera House in McConnellsville, OH appears to show a ghost in an empty chair. The 125-year-old theater is reportedly home to several spirits, including a former usher named Everett Miller. Is that him waiting patiently for the next show?

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10/17/17

Ghost Photo: The Sorrowful Nanny

Does this photo show the ghost of a guilt-ridden nanny?

Taken at the Langsmeade House in Oxford, England, the picture above seems to show a white figure standing near an upper-level window. Legend has it a nanny’s ghost lurks in the home because a child in her care died after falling from a tree on the property. The Langsmeade House is now a bed and breakfast, and guests and staff reportedly see the nanny’s ghost, as well as a young boy’s spirit. Could it be the same child that fell from the tree?

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10/16/17

Ghost Photo: Girl in the Hall

Taken at the City Hall of Vegas del Genil in Granada, Spain, this photo reportedly shows a ghostly child in the hallway. But is it real?

A councilman working late one night encountered the spirit after hearing odd noises in the hall.

“It was an abnormally cold in the Town Hall, so I put on my coat and went to the bathroom,” the councilman told a reporter. “Then I started to hear strange noises down the hall, as if someone were dragging a box of paper. I immediately shouted ‘José Miguel!’ thinking it was the security guard. But the guard had not been in the town hall for some time.”

Fearing thieves had broken into the building, the councilman pulled out his cell phone to call the police but decided to take a photo first. He was horrified to see the image of a ghostly girl. What do you think of the picture?

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