04/9/14

Ghost Photo: Catfish Planation Spirit

ghost womanThis photo comes from the Catfish Plantation restaurant in Waxahacie, TX. Built in 1895, the restaurant is a former Victorian reportedly haunted by several spirits. Strange activity in the business includes levitating objects, eerie blue lights, and a ghostly bride that stares forlornly out the window. Is that her in the pic?

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09/27/13

Reader Submission: A Ghostly Reflection

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A reader writes: “Hi, I’m a 20-year-old college student in Austin, TX, and over the summer I rented a house with some friends. I was always a bit weary there and never had much of a desire to be there for some odd reason. Before I took this photo, many weird things happened.

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09/11/13

Ghost Photo of the Day: Museum Thing

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This photo from Reddit.com may not be paranormal, but it’s definitely creepy. According to the OP, the thing in the background appeared in a photo taken at the Fort Worth Museum in Fort Worth, TX. He doesn’t remember anyone wearing a poncho or shawl and claims no adults were in the play area. Check out the discussion here. What do you think of the image?

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09/8/13

Ghost Photo of the Day: Pride House Phantom

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This photo comes from the Pride House in Jefferson, TX. A reader writes:

“This photo was taken when no one was inside the house. The photo was taken right before we went inside to look at it. We were on the ghost walk.  On this particular night they were telling us the story of the Pride House and letting us go inside to see if we could ‘catch’ anything.

We have many other photos that were taken there. We did not see originally see anything until we got home and were looking at the photos. We have the original photo, but I zoomed in and put the arrow on it so you could see it better. We have some people that say they can see it and some that say they can not…”

Billed as the first bed and breakfast in the Lone Star State, the Pride House was 125 years old. A fire unfortunately destroyed the historic building on August 28, 2013.

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