Stories of ghosts and ghosts captured on photos are aplenty out there. Most of them are fake while some have been debunked by people as either myths or something with an apparently rational explanation.
However, these seven photos cannot be shrugged off as just myths. They just have too much clout. You may or may not agree but they will make you think.
Check them out:
Is that a ghost seen in the top story window of a burned house?
A woman named Laura claims so. “I was there to witness it burning that night. Myself and several other witnesses heard someone calling for help from the inside. However fire investigators found no one inside,” she says.
If you visit the Toys 'R' Us store in Sunnyvale, CA, and strange things happen to you (like dolls flying off the shelf – seriously), don’t get alarmed. It’s just John having some fun.
The store is said to be haunted by a spirit named Johnson, and he can be seen in standing in the photo above taken during a TV filming of the show That's Incredible.
No one who was in the room at the time saw him but he showed up on the infrared photograph.
Renowned psychics have visited the store and held seances in which they found out about the ghost called John, a preacher who owned a ranch-back in the 1880s on the land where the store is now situated.
Employees of Toys 'R' Us claim that John often plays pranks on them as well as the customers.
This image looks pretty fake doesn’t it? Except that it was submitted to Paranormal 360 by the professional ghost hunter, Mark Vernon.
According to Vernon, the photo was taken on his latest paranormal investigation, the famous Black Monk of Pontefract Poltergeist case.
Now this one has more weight behind it than a rational mind would like to acknowledge. This photograph of the spiral staircase (known as the "Tulip Staircase") in the Queen's House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, is said to be taken in 1966.
The photographer seemed to have captured a ghost. What’s more, experts who have analyzed the original negatives of the photo verify that they have not been tampered with.
Claims of apparitions and paranormal experiences in the Queen’s House are not uncommon. Neither are the sounds of footsteps, slamming doors, and the chanting voices of children that are often heard around the staircase.
Do you think these stories are fake? Let us know why you think so.
The horrors at the mysterious Amityville house began with the murder six out of the seven family members living there. The house was purchased by another family and the grizzly past took an eerie turn when the family was haunted by unexplainable occurrences including a small boy with glowing red eyes.
The family hired investigators to look in to the matter. Imagine their horror when photographs taken during the investigation showed a mysterious boy peeking from one of the rooms. What is more horrifying is that the investigators don’t remember any children being around the house during the investigation.
Can you see the boy in the window?
These pictures were taken on Dec. 30, 2012, during a ghost tour of the Beechworth Asylum in Victoria, Australia.
“The group was outside, and the buildings were empty, and I was taking random shots of the empty buildings. These pics are time-stamped a minute apart, and I was one step further on for the second pic. To my eye, there’s the face of a small boy in the bottom right corner of the window in the second pic,” says David S. of Australia who submitted the photo to Paranormal 360.
DeAnna Simpson claimed that her family home in Hanover, Pennsylvania, was haunted.
Simpson showed television reporters several recordings of ghosts she had collected while living in the home, one of them a “7-foot-tall shadowy figure.”
“I have some here that are protecting me, some women are here protecting me,” Simpson told WPMT. “But the majority are bad, dark forces, inhuman.”
Amazingly a FOX 43 photojournalist claimed being “scratched” by a presence in the house that Simpson said was haunted because they did not like them telling the story to the world.
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