Monday, November 21, 2016

Haunted Balloon caught floating around Children's Hospital (video)

This orange balloon has spooked staff members at a hospital by hovering inches from the floor and seeming to follow them around the building.

Some of the deeply unsettled witnesses even believe that the clip captures a haunting.

The balloon drifts purposefully along a corridor towards the camera, in a manner quite unlike the usual movement of helium or air-filled balloons - leading some to claim it is the ghost of a dead child.

It continues to move slowly and constantly towards the person filming, who is standing on the threshold of a room.
Two employees’ voices - one male and one female - can be heard on the recording.
The man says: "It’s coming towards us!"

His female colleague responds: "The girl on the bed said they touched her leg. Oh, no, it’s coming towards us!"

The footage then cuts to the employees standing in what seems to be a staff kitchen, filming the entrance to the room.

Suddenly, the balloon appears and as if possessed, it turns and goes inside the room, and the two people shriek and run away scared.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Ghost child appears in a road trip selfie through Florida

It was just a normal day for Melissa Kurtz, 48, who was driving on a highway in the Maitland area of Florida, near Orlando, to take her 13-year-old daughter, Harper, to a beauty pageant. Harper wasn't wearing a seat belt, which was normal for her, and taking selfies to pass the time.

It wasn't until a month later that this normal day turned into something quite abnormal. Kurtz was looking through the pictures on her camera and spotted a selfie Harper had taken in the car, which had a boy in the background – a boy who wasn't in the car the day the picture was taken
Kurtz decided to do some research on the road they were driving on that day and discovered that there had been an accident on that same road and the day her and Harper were driving on it happened to be the anniversary of the death that occurred because of it.

"Where the picture was taken there was an automobile accident one year ago exactly. When I looked into it, someone had been medevacked away in a helicopter. However they would not tell me any specific details when I enquired, which leads me to believe that it was a child, as that might be why they couldn't provide the information," Kurtz told the Daily Mail.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Impatient Ghost tosses glass at a British pub (video)

We've all been there.

It's Friday night, you've had a hellish week at work, your boss is a nightmare , your life is generally a mess and you're waiting at the bar for that well-deserved drink.

Only, you're having trouble getting the bartender's attention. Suddenly, rather than being a joyous transaction, it's become a painfully long wait.

Most of us mortals content ourselves with huffing and puffing. If you're a poltergeist though, you have ways of getting that bartender's attention.

Spooky video CCTV footage taken New York Italian Kitchen a shows the moment a glass mysteriously topples off a tray at a restaurant - which the owner blames on a GHOST.

Technically, ghosts don't have the ability to move objects. That's what poltergeists do.

But back to the incident, which happened at 6.55pm on Saturday.

Shaun Deakin, the owner of the restaurant in Wakefield, West Yorks., said it is not the first time ghostly goings on have been reported since he opened three months ago.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

5 Creepy Sounds Picked Up On Sleep Recording Apps (video)

Since every new technology seems to provide some kind of fresh form of high strangeness, it should be no surprise that 'sleep apps' have produced some truly unsettling sounds.

YouTube user Top5s has put together an astounding collection of five anomalous and apps recordings made via apps used to record sounds that people make in their sleep.

One such snippet of audio comes from a man who had been receiving complaints from his neighbors about loud voice coming from his apartment at night.

This puzzled him, since he lived by himself, so he used a recording app to see what they were hearing while he was ostensibly sound asleep.

In the chilling recording, a voice asks "what are ya?" and a bizarre, unintelligible voice rambles back in a guttural, raspy response.

Although it could just be the man talking it in his sleep, the 'conversation' is unnerving nonetheless.

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Renters in Pennsylvania flee their haunted home (video)

There is a house in Lackawanna County where no one is currently living.

The house looks like it could sit in nearly any community in northeastern or central Pennsylvania, but according to the people who've lived there, it is no ordinary home.

“You could offer me all the money in the world and we would never go back there,” said Bob Drazba.

Bob and Kelli Ann Drazba say they were thrilled when they signed a lease to rent the place north of Scranton last November, but the first night they spent in the home, they knew something wasn’t right.

Over the next several months, Bob kept a log of their experiences. He documented a series of unexplained sights, sounds, and smells, including footsteps, shadows, and the strong, unmistakable smell of cigarette smoke that would come and go in an instant.

Bob and Kelli Ann run marathons. Neither smokes.

“There was just this pattern as things got stronger and stronger and more bold, and things just escalated really bad," Bob said.

In early April, Kelli Ann stepped out of the shower and noticed odd scratches on her back that resembled a demonic script.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Haunted Historic House well send you haunted plants

This Halloween (Monday 31st October), haunted New York State historic site, the Dr. Best House & Medical Museum ( in Middleburgh, Schoharie County, is making supernatural and tech history by launching a ‘ghosts on-demand’ app-powered initiative that will give New Yorkers the opportunity to have a (potentially possessed) plant from its haunted yard (a center of paranormal activity) delivered straight to their homes or offices.

For the first time, people need not own an historical manor or mountain hotel in order to boast of a spirit-in-residence. Dr. Best House, known for the tragedies that befell its family, and still home to medical and surgical equipment and oddities (dating back to the Civil War), has partnered with home services app, Handy (, which more typically offers cleaners on-demand, in order to provide offices and homes with a ghost ‘on-demand’.

Through the Handy platform, users will be able to enter into a competition draw to receive a plant from the grounds of Dr. Best House: with the possibility that one of the ghosts who roam its haunted grounds will accompany the shrub to its new residence.

To register an interest in receiving a haunted Dr Best House shrub (plants are limited), would-be ghost-hosts should download the Handy app (available on both iOS or Android) or visit for more information.