Monday, May 29, 2017

Was the Legendary 'Lady in Red' photographed at a Haunted Hotel in Vancouver ? (video)

The Lady in Red is one of Vancouver’s most famous ghosts. According to legend, she haunts the historic Fairmont Hotel Vancouver at 900 West Georgia St., built in 1939, walking the top floors in her elegant red gown, occasionally stopping at the window to stare wistfully out at the city.

Several people claim to have seen the apparition. According to Ghosts of Vancouver, a website that catalogues Metro Vancouver’s spookiest tales, “once, a Japanese family that checked into a room on the 14th floor called the front desk to ask whether their room had been double-booked. They described seeing the Lady in Red in the room, which had caused their confusion.”

Now a local elevator mechanic claims to have taken her picture. Vancouver’s Scott Graham says he was working on a top floor at the Private Residences at Hotel Georgia, just around the corner from the Fairmont, when he decided to take a cellphone photo of the historic hotel, where he also does work

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Ex-Cast Member Tell Ghost Stories from Disneyland (video)

This video I found interesting, it is two ex-Disney employees talking about their own true paranormal experiences that happened during their employment at Disneyland,

Enjoy the video below..(if you dare),.mwah ha ha

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A small plane disappears in the Bermuda Triangle (video)

The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for two adults and two young children after their small plane mysteriously disappeared from radar while flying over the infamous Bermuda Triangle on Monday.

The Coast Guard said it recovered debris and parts of an MU-2B aircraft -- the plane type the group was traveling in -- 15 miles east of Eleuthera, Bahamas, during the search. 

On board the flight was 40-year-old Jennifer Blumin from New York and her two sons, ages 3 and 4, as well as 52-year-old Nathan Ulrich from New Hampshire. Blumin is the CEO of a prominent New York City event planning firm, Skylight Group.

The plane was scheduled to fly from Puerto Rico to central Florida, but never arrived at its destination, according to the Coast Guard. 

Miami Air Traffic Control reported that it lost radar and radio contact with the airplane just three hours into the flight, the Coast Guard added in a statement. 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Danny McBride tried to summon a ghost and it never worked, until one night.. (video)

While he was trying to establish his career in show business, Danny McBride told Stephen Colbert last night that at one point he took a job as a night manager at a Holiday Inn in Burbank, CA.

He figured that the night shift would not be particular busy, and that he could use the time to write scripts and such.

However, very quickly after starting, he apparently learned that the top floor of the hotel was reportedly haunted.

“I spent all my nights trying to summon the ghost,” laughed McBride, joking that he was trying to channel Jack Nicholson in The Shining. “It never worked, and then suddenly one night…”

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Man claims to have videotaped a "Black Eyed Kid", and it's kinda creepy (video)

The US-based man, who blurs his identity in investigative videos he uploads to the Fantastic Daily YouTube channel, claims to have caught a so-called "Black Eyed Kid" on video in his own home after setting a trap to lure them to his remote property.

Black Eyed Kids have been an urban legend, mainly in the US, since the 1990s.

They are said to resemble pale-skinned children with jet black eyes, that have been accused of carrying out abductions.

Paranormal researchers speculate they are ghosts, evil spirits, or even aliens or vampires.

The investigator says in a promotional blurb for the video: "Over an hour of BEK activity captured on video!

"You’ve heard the stories, I found proof. I’m in touch with other paranormal researchers, and together we’ve been mapping data from black eyed kid encounters.

"For a long time now I’ve believed that they must have a language all their own.
"I was finally able to isolate a low-frequency signal that appeared in the background of tonnes of my evidence.

"I played the frequency every night for a week, eventually succeeding in my efforts to lure a black eyed kid into my camera trap."

Friday, May 5, 2017

New York Gov. Cuomo, says his mansion is haunted

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo isn't afraid of ghosts, but spooky thuds still keep him awake at night when he stays at the governor's mansion in Albany.

The Democrat told a Long Island crowd Thursday that during legislative sessions he spends evenings unsettled by unexplained noises in the 161-year-old mansion near the Capitol building.

"Now, I don't believe in ghosts and I'm a big tough Italian guy," Cuomo said "But I'll tell you — it gets creepy in that house and there're a lot of noises that go on, and you are very alone."

The governor, who spends most of his time at his family home in Westchester, has mentioned apparitions in the reputedly haunted mansion before. In an April speech in Harlem, he said he spends the eerie, sleepless nights reading about past governors.

The only known death in the mansion was in 1909, when the Rev. David C. Hughes, the father of Gov. Charles Hughes, died from a "stroke of apoplexy," according to state archives.

New York State Capitol assistant curator Stuart Lehman said historians have no reason to believe Hughes had unfinished business that would cause his spirit to remain in the house, but Albany's state buildings brim with reports of paranormal activity.