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Do you believe ghosts exist? If no, then we've got something that will change your cofident answer for sure! While some people believe that most of the supernatural, strange activities uploaded to the internet are fake and sharply edited, there are a few exceptions that are cent percent original and scary AF!
Disagree yet? Here are 10 such ghsotly images and incidents that will convince you for sure. And be your nightmares later.
Rev. Ralph Hardy, a retired clergyman, was taking photos of the spiral staircase famous as the 'Tulip Staircase' in the Queen's House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, back in 1966 when he took this horrifying photo. The original negative was analysed by experts, claiming that it wasn't tampered with in any way. This was one of the numerous scary incidents going on at the Queen's house, including those of footsteps, slamming doors, and the chanting voices of children. In fact, a few visitors were even pinched by invisible fingers in the museum! According to a local tale, some 300 years ago, a maid was pushed from the top of the stairs and fell 50 feet and died. This might explain the ghostly encounters every now and then.
Mabel Chinnery decided to take a picture of her waiting husband while she was visiting the grave of her mother in a British graveyard. But when she saw the developed pictures, she realized that someone was sitting behind her husband in the car, and it was none other than her mother! A photography expert claimed that it wasn't manipulated at all.
Photographers Captain Provand and Indre Shira were visiting Raynham Hall in 1936 in Norfolk, England, to take pictures for Country Life magazine. While clicking photos, they witnessed the original lady of the house, Lady Dorothy Townsend, descending the staircase. Captain Provand was stunned to watch this, but he came back to his senses quite soon and took this photo. Nobody has been able to disprove this photograph yet.
During their visit to Philadelphia's historic Eastern State Penitentiary, the TAPS crew of the TV show Ghost Hunters captured the footage of an unidentified object/scary creature running towards the camera and then turning and running back in the opposite direction.
Notice that guy leaning against the wall in the photo above? He's John, a spirit who 'lives' in Toys 'R' Us in Sunnyvale, CA. This photo was taken during the shooting of the TV show That's Incredible. People in the room refused to accept that there was a guy standing there after seeing the photograph. Many renowned psychics including Sylvia Browne have visited the store multiple times and tried to get more information about John, from the spirit himself. Conclusions to date are that John was a preacher and a ranch hand back in the 1880's on the land where the store is built. It's believed that he bled to death while chopping wood. Customers and employees of the shop have witnessed many pranks of John from time to time, like tossing dolls off the shelf, whispering employees' names in their ear, and following people into the Ladies' room and turning on the water faucets.
Denise Russell took this photo of her grandmother during a family picnic in 1997, just before her death. No one noticed the man standing behind Denise's grandmother for years until one day, they finally recognized him to be Denise's grandfather. Strange thing, he died back in 1987!
Mount Washington Resort in Carroll, New Hampshire has been a home to many paranormal activities. Reportedly, a princess was known to stay in the hotel every summer who would interact with guests quite frequently. She would also love to spend a lot of time in her bed. The bed still stays in the room 3014, famed as the Princess Suite. When Paranormal investigation crew TAPS (of Ghost Hunters) investigated the hotel, they got solid proofs of a spirit residing in the building. In an audio clip, taken by the lead investigators Jay and Grant, they ask, "Princess, are you in here?" and the immediate reply is, "Of course I'm in here. Where are you?"
A woman named Mrs. Andrews took this picture of her daughter's gravestone in Queensland, Australia in 1946. When she received the developed photograph, she was stunned to see the image of an infant girl, sitting on her deceased daughter's grave, looking directly into her camera. Mrs. Andrews daughter was 17-year-old when she'd died the previous year, but as claimed by the mother herself, the infant in the photograph looked nothing like her daughter, not even when she herself was an infant. She hadn't seen any children in the cemetery that day, nor did she take pictures of any kids there. A few years later, Australian paranormal researcher Tony Healy found the graves of two infant girls very near to Mrs. Andrews' daughter's grave, solving the trauma.
Photographer Neil Sandbach was casually taking pictures of a farm in Hertfordshire, England when he took this unbelievable photo of a child playing on the farm. He was pretty sure he hadn't encountered any child there that day. To shut down his curiosity, he enquired the farm owners if they'd ever had any supernatural experiences there, the answer to which was positive. They had witnessed the shadows and specter of a boy in white night clothes many times before.
Three fatal car crashes in Oklahoma resulted in unfortunate deaths of several people. But when the wrecked vehicles were taken to the impound lot, the employees noticed something very strange in their surveillance cameras. They noticed a white figure moving around the destroyed cars.