03/9/17

Ghost Photo: Cemetery Shadow Person

Does this photo show a shadow person in Savannah’s Colonial Park Cemetery? The following comes from a reader who sent in the series of images.

“I am including some photos I took in Colonial Park Cemetery last October. Since I used to have a ghost team, I knew to take multiple pictures in different areas. I also looked to make sure there were no people in the camera’s view. You can see a dark shadow person forming and what appears to be two spirits conversing in front of the headstone.”

The 267-year-old cemetery contains over 9,000 graves and is reportedly home to several spirits. Many ghost photos have emerged from Colonial Park throughout the years.

01/12/17

Ghost Photo: The Haunted Theater

Does this infrared video still, taken at Maine’s historic Biddeford Theater, show a ghostly woman climbing the stairs?

In December 2016, EVP Paranormal of Maine investigated the century-old theater in hopes of finding a spirit. Legend has it the ghost of actress Eva Gray haunts the theater after collapsing and dying backstage in 1904. Is that Eva in the photo?

“I didn’t really believe it, to be honest,” said Caroline Mezoian, one of EVP Paranormal’s co-founders. “But once you see the photo, how can you deny that there’s not something?”

Have a ghost photo you’d like to share? Send it to ghostsghoul@gmail.com!

01/2/17

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!

01/1/17

Ghost Photo: Staircase Spirit

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This photo taken at the infamous Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado reportedly shows a ghost on the stairs. The photographer, publicist Henry Yau, is quite certain no one was on the steps at the time of the photo. He also reports feeling queasy soon after snapping the picture.

The Stanley Hotel inspired Steven King to write The Shining and is reportedly home to several ghosts, including those pictured here. Do you believe?

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