Ghost Video: Mexico’s La Llorana

la llorona video

Does the video below show the infamous ghost known as La Llorana? Or is there a more reasonable explanation?

In Hispanic culture, La Llorana (The Weeping Woman) is a legendary ghost who roams the earth, searching for her lost children. Though descriptions vary, La Llorana is typically thought to have long, dark hair and is often spotted in a billowy white dress. In September 2016, this video from Mexico City appeared online, leading some to wonder if La Llorana is real. What do you make of it?

The chilling video quickly went viral, but it wasn’t long before beer company Cerveza Victoria México admitted it was behind the spooky footage. It seems the company wanted to promote frightening Mexican legends in the weeks leading up to Day of the Dead (November 1).

Curious about supernatural entities from other countries? See “50 Paranormal Creatures from Around the World“.


Ghost Video: Stalked by a Spirit

This spooky video is making the rounds as it reportedly shows a ghost creeping behind an unsuspecting couple.

The story goes that a family installed security cameras after being plagued by demonic forces. When they played back their footage, they were horrified to see a wispy, white figure trailing behind two members of the household. Critics are unconvinced, claiming the ‘ghost’ is nothing more than a reflection. What do you think?

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Ghost Photo: The Haunted Castle

A family outing to Crathes Castle turned unexpectedly chilling when a ghost turned up in the background of their photo (doorway). Located near Banchory, Scotland, Crathes is a 16th-century fortress reportedly haunted by a spirit known as The Green Lady. Another ghost is thought to belong to former resident Lady Agnes, a woman said to have poisoned her son’s sweetheart.

Have you caught a ghost on camera? Send your photo to ghostsghoul@gmail.com!


Ghost Photo: Penn Theater Spirits?

picture of alleged ghost faces

A reader writes:

“These photos were taken at Penn Theater located on North Main Street in Butler, PA. I took them in June 2016, in front of the old projector on the second floor. There is no glass or any obstruction in front of the projector where I took the pictures. I took them both in the same location and only a few seconds apart. I used my Galaxy S7 edge to take the photos.

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