13 Days of Halloween: Day Five

Today, some spooky purported-to-be-true ghost images caught on tape. Don’t worry– none of them are the “59 seconds of silence and then there’s a face and a scream” type. I hate those.

That first one in the car definitely seems staged to me. All the others could be, of course (except for the police dash-cam video)…

And, if you’re interested, you can also check out the live cameras set up in the Willard Library in Indiana, which is purported to be haunted as well. There are several live cameras set up in several areas of the library, and you’ll also find a few documentaries on the site as well. Enjoy!

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1 thought on “13 Days of Halloween: Day Five

  1. I saw an episode of a cable show (SyFy's Fact or Faked, I believe) that sought to explain the police camera footage by demonstrating that a car can effectively drive "through" a chain link fence if it's not sufficiently secured to its poles — the car slips under the fence, which naturally springs back into position. The only thing that bothers me about the original footage, though, is that the fence seems completely motionless when the cop pulls up to it. I'd expect to see some persistent vibration if a car had slipped under it only a few seconds before.

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