Here’s a video slideshow featuring water ghost photos – haunted beaches, haunted bridges, haunted lighthouses, etc. As with many paranormal pic collections, some photos are intriguing while others are highly suspect. What do you think of the images?
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During the Civil War, both Confederate and Union soldiers used Sachs Bridge during the Battle of Gettysburg. Not surprisingly, the bridge has a reputation for being haunted. This eerie pic, taken by a group of paranormal investigators in 2006, reportedly shows a ghostly soldier in the center of the bridge. The photo is so compelling that producers from Maury Povich and My Ghost Story both chose to feature it on their shows. What do you think?
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A reader sent this video shot at Kansas’ haunted Theorosa’s Bridge. Similar to Emily’s Bridge in Stowe, Vermont, Theorosa’s Bridge has spawned many creepy legends. However, the result is the more or less the same: a baby dies in the creek near the bridge, and the grief-stricken mother haunts the area to this day. According to one version of the legend, which the OP seems to subscribe, one can summon the ghost by chanting “Theorosa, I have your baby!” over and over. At around 3:14, the camera pans to the right, and then back again, giving viewers a glimpse of an odd figure in the brush. Is it Theorosa or simply a trick of the mind?