Want To Meet A Ghost? These Places Have Captured One In The Camera!
Do you believe in ghosts? Have you ever got that eerie feeling after entering a place? I remember how I couldn’t sleep the whole night after watching The Conjuring and The Nun! What if there’s actually a demonic nun or nerve-wracking paranormal activities happening in your house? What will you do if you come face-to-face with a ghost like in realllll life? Well, I’m not trying to terrify you. It’s all because of these places where some super-enthusiastic photographers and high-tech CCTVs captured a ghost! What can be creepier than this? Visit these haunted houses, cemeteries, prisons, and farms to meet a real ghost. (Just don’t get possessed by them, ok?)
1. Tulip Staircase, National Maritime Museum in Greenwich
There is a gorgeous staircase inside the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich called “The Tulip Staircase”. Everyone thought of it just as a medium to travel from one floor to the other until in 1966 Ralph Hardy developed the pictures that he had clicked at the Tulip Staircase. One can clearly see the apparition of a woman that people believe to be of the maid who died on the staircase 300 years ago.
2. Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Illinois
If you have never spotted a ghost in your life, come to the Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Illinois. Located in Bremen Township, this cemetery is home to the mysterious White Lady who walks on the ground on a full moon night and a two-headed ghost. Yeah, the most unique thing about the cemetery is that it has apparitions of a black dog and phantom cars too! (don’t know if I should call it scary or funny!)
3. The Cage Medieval Prison, Essex, England
Imagine how terrified you would be if you find your own friend turning into a witch? Well, that’s what happened with the paranormal investigator Brad Mac when he was filming his volunteers inside “The Cage” which earlier used to be a medieval prison. On that cold night of December, the facial features of Mac’s friend “Debbie” changed so drastically that it left everyone dumbstruck.
4. Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England
Sleep tight, dear readers, and save yourself from nightmares because the story of Raynham Hall in Norfolk will make your heart filled with spine-chilling horror! The “brown lady” of Raynham Hall is unarguably the most popular ghost photograph ever. The ghost is considered to be of Lady Dorothy Townshend who was locked inside the house by her husband who found her guilty of adultery.
5. Amityville House, NYC, USA
The paranormal activities at Amityville House are so popular that the American author Jay Anson wrote a book titled “Amityville Horror”. 3 miles to the outskirts of New York City, Amityville House is where the ghost of a young boy, John DeFeo was captured in the camera. It is said that the young boy was murdered in the house.
6. The Farm at Hertfordshire, England
The farms in Hertfordshire, England, are famous for lush greenery and pristine surroundings, but amidst this natural beauty, you may encounter a ghost! The photographer, Neil Sandbach, was enchanted by the gorgeous greens of Hertfordshire in 2008 and was capturing the same in his digital camera when he spotted a spooky young-boy-like figure in night clothes.
7. Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
While the majestic exteriors of Waverly Hills Sanatorium prove it to be the best example of 20th century early Tudor Gothic Revival architectural style, people also refer to it as the most haunted place on earth. Basically, a tuberculosis hospital, the Waverly Hills Sanatorium has witnessed the brutal death of around 63,000 people, the ghosts of which have been captured in the modern-day cameras.
Have you ever captured a ghost on your camera? What’s the story behind the spooky places you have visited? Do share with us.