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Now we ask Sceptics and believer alike to analyse the pictures below and determine which if any have any validity. If you have had any thoughts or views on the photographs then please leave in the comments. Together we explore the unknown. Enjoy!
This ghost picture was taken at the Crumlin Road Prison in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The prison was host to seventeen executions and at least a few murders by inmates. There were numerous suicides inside the haunted prison as well. Today, the prison serves as nothing more than a tourist attraction. This photo was taken by a tourist who had posed in an empty coffin as a prank. Upon review of the picture, the man noticed that he may not have been alone inside the coffin. The photo was allegedly taken near cell thirteen, where prisoners would spend their last night before being executed by hanging.
The walls adorned with pictures of Pembroke throughout the ages had one peculiar image at a local cafe. The photograph appears to have the shadowy figure barely visible on the left-hand side. The picture was taken in West Wales around 1903. A copy was taken and presented to a local photography expert. He did not think it is or was intended as long-exposure photography or time-exposure photography. The most intriguing part is said to be the area around the figure which does not seem to be affected at all. Further research deems that this is just an optical illusion caused by items in the shop window, shadows and glass reflection. What do you think?
Photos of fire that devastated chapel in Llanelli, South Wales, have caused social media storm after claims of faces in raging blaze. Are these the haunting faces of lost souls screaming in the flames of a burning church? Social media users, who viewed the image on Facebook and claim to be able to see the visages in the fire licking the roof. When posted on Facebook, the picture was met with comments claiming a spooky phenomenon.
The abandoned Scalan Seminary in the Scottish Highlands was used a refuge for Catholic monks. Is this the ghost of a monk staring out of an abandoned farmhouse? The hooded figure was snapped lurking in the window of a remote former seminary where 18th-century priests tried to escape being hunted and murdered by government soldiers. Although there is no record of any dying violently at the abandoned Scalan Seminary in the Scottish Highlands, a teacher called John Paterson died there of natural causes in 1783.A website for the seminary states: “He was a tall man, and he needed a long coffin, and such a coffin would not fit through the low door, and into the narrow corridor and the steep staircase.”
One of royalty’s most alarming mysteries may have been solved be a spooky snap taken by a psychic artist. The two princes in the tower is one of London’s most enduring mysteries – but this photograph could show their ghosts. Captured by a medium and psychic artist, the picture appears to show the two famous princes in the Tower of London – thought to have been murdered by their uncle, Richard III. Edward V and his twin brother, Richard of Shrewsbury disappeared in 1483 and their story has been shrouded in mystery ever since but Christine Hamlett believes she has the answer – their uncle, Richard III, brutally murdered them.
GHOST hunters who were exploring an old community hall are claiming a paranormal coup after snapping “the eerie figure of a man” sat in the “haunted” building above a plague pit. Spook Chasers Jodie Carman and Chris Hunter claim “the figure’s head and shoulders can clearly be made out in seats a few rows in front of her” and appeared after a series of unexplainable bumps and noises, while they were still, and a woman apparently being possessed. The pair, who are refusing to identify the building in Norwich, said they were so stunned at seeing the “apparition” at the time, they shone a torch, but the chair was empty. They insist that no one else was in the old community venue at the time the photo was taken.
These spooky pictures supposedly show two ghosts who haunt a pole dancing school. The pair of paranormal guests dropped in to see instructor Wendy Reardon and liked her moves so much they will not leave, she claims. Wendy said: “I asked a reputable psychic and she said that there was definitely paranormal activity. She said that they were two men who worked in that area in the 1930s, and had such a great time that they’d come back to visit sometimes.”
Alex Walton got a fright when uploading pictures of a celebratory performance by Nigel Ogden at the Sidholme Hotel. The translucent figure of a woman appears to be watching BBC Radio 2 The Organist Entertains presenter Mr Ogden, sending a chill down the spine of those who were sat nearby. Nigel Hyman, who can be seen seated next to the supposed spirit, insists there was no-one next to him. Theories behind the apparent apparition include her being the ghost of a music-loving countess from the 18th century – or just someone standing behind a glass door who was given a paranormal projection through a trick of the light. A medium has described the shape as a ‘spiritual lady’.
Animal psychologists are baffled by the bizarre phenomenon that has seen up to 600 dogs jump off the bridge for no apparent reason. Explanations range from the curious canines being over-excited to ghosts haunting the century-old bridge next to Gothic castle Overtoun House. Some locals in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, even claim it could be the spirit of the ‘White Lady of Overtoun’ who has been sighted there for over 100 years.
Is this the spine-chilling moment an elusive ghost said to have haunted a British castle for centuries was finally caught on camera? Birmingham couple Dean and Amy Harper reckon so, after they snapped what they believe is the fabled Grey Lady of Dudley Castle – a notorious ghost said to prowl the grounds of the building dubbed England’s most haunted. The tourist attraction has long boasted spooky goings on and the Harper’s phantom photo is sure to add fuel to the fire that the castle is a paranormal hot-spot. The pair snapped a simple shot of Sharington Range – buildings erected within the castle in the mid-1500s. But they soon spotted some weird goings on as the photo showed upper rooms in the courtyard glowing red and a blurred figure in grey standing in an archway.
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