Archive for the ‘Ghosts’ Category

The Winchester Mystery House: Built For Ghosts ?

June 11th, 2012 § in Ghosts

The Winchester mystery House was built by Sarah Winchester, whose husband William Wurt Winchester invented the Winchester rifle, reports The Early Show correspondent Melinda Murphy. When both he and their infant daughter died, Sarah, grief-stricken, visited a psychic. The psychic[...]

The Ghost Horse Of Egypt

May 12th, 2012 § in Ghosts

The ghost Horse Of Egypt. One of the greatest mysteries from this past year was the “ghost horse” that appeared in Tahrir Square during the Egyptian revolution.  One night while the protests in Egypt were in full swing, news footage captured an image of what seemed t[...]

Video Shows Possible ‘Ghost’ In Opera House

May 12th, 2012 § in Ghosts

A “ghost hunt” in the Springer Opera House last night by News Leader 9 Reporter Jason Dennis turned up far more evidence than expected. Exclusive video shows what paranormal investigators call “spirit orbs” moving around inside the Springer, the historic l[...]

Tales From Toronto’s Most Haunted Sites

May 11th, 2012 § in Ghosts

If you were to take an informal survey of staff working in Toronto’s culture division, they抎 tell that Todmorden Mills is the second most haunted site in the city, right behind Fort York and just ahead of Spadina House in Forest Hill. One popular story that emanates from [...]

Indian City Spooked By Ghost Photo

May 4th, 2012 § in Ghosts

Police in an Indian city say children have stopped going to school after a local newspaper was duped into publishing a photograph of a ‘ghost‘. Officers say the picture, in the Thanthi newspaper in the southern city of Tiruchi, was a computer-generated fake.[...]

‘Ghosts’ Caught On Camera At Ellis Avenue

April 30th, 2012 § in Ghosts

‘Ghosts’ Caught On Camera At Ellis Avenue: If you’re afraid of the dark, you might want to turn on all your lights before you read this story. A Jackson woman claims her house is haunted with not one but four ghosts. She invited WLBT to her home Saturday to see [...]

Ghosts of the London Underground

April 29th, 2012 § in Ghosts

Ghosts of the London Underground: Victorian architect Sir Thomas Graham Jackson was the first ghost writer to feature the Tube with his story A Romance Of The Piccadilly Tube. It has now been re-published, the first time since 1919, with the Underground home to a series of ghostl[...]

Ghosts Raging at Poland’s Przemysl Castle

April 28th, 2012 § in Ghosts

Ghosts Raging at Poland’s Przemysl Castle: Ghosts are raging in an ancient castle in the Polish town of Przemysl (Podkarpackie province). This fact is proved even by such serious people as custodians and officials of the museum situated on the territory of the castle. View:[...]

Ghostly Goings On At Sheldon Hall

April 22nd, 2012 § in Ghosts

Ghostly Goings On At Sheldon Hall: Tales of ghosts and mysterious apparitions in pubs and are normally put down to alcohol-fuelled hallucinations from the drunken bore propping up the bar. But for one Birmingham hostelry, such sightings have become so commonplace that the landlor[...]

Haunted Alcatraz

December 28th, 2011 § in Ghosts

Nicknamed as the “Rock”, Alcatraz is the famous American prison that kept the notorious criminals like Al Capone, Machine Gun Kelly and Alvin Karpis and many others away from the civilized world. The history of the prison dates back to 1850 when military prisoners were first [...]