Halloween is one of my favorite, if not THE favorite, times of the year. I really enjoy the macabre, the crisp Fall air, and the high concentration of tricks and/or treats. Also, living here in Baltimore, it is one of the biggest nights of the year for bar patrons. I get such a kick out of the absurd nature that everyone walks around in costumes, as if it were normal, only but once a year. I could go on and on about the reasons that I love Halloween, but in reverance to brevity I love to be creeped out.
Halloween is one of the few times of the year that we, at least in the United States, embrace the supernatural. It couldn't make me happier. Here are some ghost or paranormal photographs for you to have a look at. Whether you are a believer or a skeptic, they are still interesting to observe. Proceed at your own risk!
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The ghost photo to the left was taken by a total stranger. The two girls in shot were on their vacation in Eastwood City, MANILLA.
They had taken hundreds of photos on their travels. But did not expect to find a third friend in this one photo.
When asked about the mystery ghost in the picture both friends were adamant that there was no other person present for this picture.
Nothing was seen or felt at the time the picture was taken.
This image was caught on infrared film during a paranormal investigation at a Toys R Us in Sunnyvale, California, for the television series "That's Incredible."
The man seen leaning on the wall was not observed by the others present. High speed film shots taken at the same time as this one showed no trace of the leaning figure! This Toys 'R' Us has a long history of being haunted by a ghost called "John" and store workers are used to see strange things happening, such as objects moving on their own.
This photograph was taken by a friend of one of the workers with a camera phone. Adam was working for Koch Construction, a roofing outfit in Tremont, Illinois.
The story was told that the men were hired to roof the house by new owners. According to said story, an elderly woman had previously resided in the house, but had passed away nearly three months prior. The men had been working on the roof for two days and had seen no one there at any point during that time. While the photo looks fairly suspicious, apparently it comes from a reliable source.
This photo was taken at the Blackpool Waxworks in the UK. The strange thing is that the photo was taken at the coronation street exhibit (long running UK soap) it shows the face of who I think may be Ena Sharples who died in the 1980's and was one of the original main characters. Since researching her I found that she died in Blackpool and was buried there.
I have since sent the photo to the waxworks they are very interested in it and say that there would be nothing that could cause this face, i.e.... Reflection etc... - via Pauline Brannigan