Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Tour guide got burned by a ghost in a haunted prison in England

Man burned by prison ghostA prison tour guide claims he was burned by the ghost of a condemned man - and is now so scared he refuses to lock up the prison alone.

Paul Toole, 42, was left with a cigarette burn on his hand after feeling a searing pain while showing a group of visitors the execution chambers at Shepton Mallet Prison.

Paul, from Wells, Somerset, was telling the story of a Private Lee Davis, a former chain-smoking inmate who was executed for rape and murder, and refused to accept his fate before he was hanged.

"I had done a little research about the prison in the days leading up to the tour and it had been the very first time I had ever told this story to the visitors,” explained Paul.

Paul was left traumatised by the eerie incident.

"As I was talking I felt this very sharp pain but I tried to ignore it while I was stood in front of the visitors.

"When I looked down at it later, it looked like a cigarette burn."

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

You can visit the Haunted Jerome Grand Hotel in Arizona (video)

JEROME, Ariz. - There's a reason they call Jerome the largest ghost town in America. Could you handle a night in their haunted hotel?

Overlooking the Verde Valley, this hotel sits tall on top of Jerome and is known for its paranormal activity.

At one point, Jerome was the largest copper mine in Arizona. The Jerome Grand Hotel was originally a hospital for the miners in the late 1920s. Today, it's a hot spot for tourists.

Visitors report strange happenings throughout the hotel, including sounds of people pacing or walking up stairs, and a bearded miner wandering the halls.

"A floor above us, which had been kind of a pediatric area at one time. We hear giggling. We'll hear the sound of children running up and down the hallways," says Sarah Moser, the hotel's proprietor.

Monday, September 4, 2017

Tourist claims to have photgraphed ghost at an Australian prison

This photo of what could potentially be the Pentridge Prison poltergeist is giving us the creeps.

It may look like a grainy photo, but one Melbourne tourist claims she spotted the ghost while on a tour at the old Victorian jail, which between 1851 and 1997 housed some of Victoria’s most notorious criminals.

Jodie Bezzina snapped the pic on Friday, telling the Herald Sun it was taken as they visited the cell where Chopper Read was kept.

"We felt very cold,” she said.

"I decided to walk out and take a photo of my partner and his cousin. I had to look twice as I thought someone from the tour was standing by, but it wasn’t. We spotted a ghost."

She says if you look directly at the photo, it's behind the boy in the black hooded jumper on the left-hand side.