Sunday, September 30, 2018

Chicago Security Guard sees a ghost and has the proof (video)

A worker at a nursing home in Chicago got the last laugh on his friends and family who disbelieved his claims of seeing a ghost after he produced security footage which seems to show the spirit in question.
Jay Brown was working the overnight shift at a school last weekend when the bizarre event occurred.

He told friends and family how he saw a ghost walking through the halls of the deserted building.  

But no one believed him.

So Jay, from Chicago, US, went back to work the next day to watch the CCTV footage in the hope it would help prove his claims. 

And he was left shocked by what he found.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Personal trainer claims to have filmed ghost at a haunted castle (video)

A personal trainer got quite the fright when he filmed what he says was a ghost, lurking in the window of a castle in England. "I didn't see the figure until I watched the footage back, but the whole time I was in the castle I felt something watching me."

In the eerie footage from September 8, there seems to be something moving in the window before suddenly a figure appears – complete with what look like glowing eyes. Tony Ferguson tried to debunk his ‘scary’ encounter as another visitor to Hurst Castle, Hampshire, playing a prank but discovered that the window is only accessible through a tunnel ‘as narrow as a snooker cue’.

The 33 year old now believes the apparition to be the spirit of a former castle caretaker that he also encountered on a previous visit to the 16th century artillery fort in 2017.

“Last time I visited, it appeared like a white mist but this time it obviously had the energy to actually take form,” Ferguson said. “I was asking it to show itself and this white mist flew straight at my camera. You can see it almost reaching out like a hand.”

Thursday, September 13, 2018

"Ghosts Of The Underground" creepy documentary I dug up

More than one billion people use London underground annually, yet few of them know just how haunted the tube really is. We investigate the supernatural secrets of the oldest underground network in the world.

Our hair-raising journey takes us through the graves, church crypts and plague pits that tube tunnels have disrupted. We hear the startling stories of the men and women who work one hundred and fifty feet below our capital’s pavements; we also scrutinize the network’s amazing architecture and exceptional engineering. This remarkable programme enables us to survey one of the most familiar environments in London from a radical and chilling perspective.