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Family Photographs a Hooded Shadow Figure Inside Their Home?

An anonymous person believes there was a shadow figure inside their home, and they claim the captured photographic proof of the dark specter. The person says that the photo above shows the hooded shadow figure they and their then 2-3 year old daughter saw one night. This person’s son was also present, but he apparently wasn’t able to see the figure. The person also says they’ve capture some EVPs that same night of the mysterious figure saying this such as “I’m not ready” and “Emily”.

This could be a real shadow figure. If this person is to be believed, then the fact that they were able to record this spirit talking, then it’s very possible that this was something supernatural. However, there’s still a chance that this is a hoax. The figure could be a cloak or a blanket that’d been propped up on something in the corner, or it could be a person wearing said cloak or blanket. The EVPs this person claims they captured might not even exist. Personally, while I don’t think the figure is a normal shadow that was misconstrued as a spirit, I’m still not fully convinced this picture shows a figure from the other side. In my opinion, it’s most likely a person in a cloak pretending to be a ghost. Those are just my thoughts, and I’d like to hear what you have to say about this picture. Do you think it shows a real shadow figure? Or is this a hoax?

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The Cursed Chair Mystery →

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Is it possible an object could become so linked with the paranormal that the very act of using it could cause premature and unexplainable death? That’s precisely what the chair of death allegedly does. Nestled away in the corner, no longer on display even with a felt rope, the chair hangs suspended from the wall in a small North Yorkshire town. And even those who clean it are warned not to physically touch it and definitely not sit in it. They say if you sit in it even for a moment death will soon follow.

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Pittock Mansion, Portland, OR
Portland pioneers Henry and Georgiana Pittock spent five years building their dream house, but wouldn’t enjoy it for long. Georgiana died at 72 in 1918, four years after moving in; Henry followed in 1919 at the age of 84. After their heirs sold the house to the City of Portland, it became a public landmark, and strange reports began trickling out. The photo of Henry continues to move location; windows open and close; the smell of roses (Georgiana’s favorite flower) permeates a room with no flowers; and the apparition of an elderly woman appears. Other guests have reported feeling a supportive presence. Perhaps the former owners just loved the place too much to leave it.

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Pittock Mansion, Portland, OR
Portland pioneers Henry and Georgiana Pittock spent five years building their dream house, but wouldn’t enjoy it for long. Georgiana died at 72 in 1918, four years after moving in; Henry followed in 1919 at the age of 84. After their heirs sold the house to the City of Portland, it became a public landmark, and strange reports began trickling out. The photo of Henry continues to move location; windows open and close; the smell of roses (Georgiana’s favorite flower) permeates a room with no flowers; and the apparition of an elderly woman appears. Other guests have reported feeling a supportive presence. Perhaps the former owners just loved the place too much to leave it.


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Woodstock Opera House is famous for its glamorous ghost. A Honda commercial during the Super Bowl in 1992 even played off the notoriety of the Woodstock’s ghost. An actor witnessed a chair that popped up and down during rehearsals. After years, the thespians refer to their ghost as Elvira. Actresses stay away from the theater’s tower for fear that Elvira will fill them with a strange compulsion to jump. Elvira is described as very attractive, with long, golden hair and a flattering gown.

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Woodstock Opera House is famous for its glamorous ghost. A Honda commercial during the Super Bowl in 1992 even played off the notoriety of the Woodstock’s ghost. An actor witnessed a chair that popped up and down during rehearsals. After years, the thespians refer to their ghost as Elvira. Actresses stay away from the theater’s tower for fear that Elvira will fill them with a strange compulsion to jump. Elvira is described as very attractive, with long, golden hair and a flattering gown.


Lizzie Borden House Bed and Breakfast

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The house where the grisly Borden murders took place is available to rent as a bed and breakfast or for tours. The furniture is all of the time and you can get a close up view of the crime scenes.

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Masonic Temple, Detroit
With more than 1,000 rooms, Detroit’s Masonic Temple—now a concert venue—contains more than meets the eye. It’s rumored to be riddled with hidden passageways, concealed staircases, and secret compartments beneath the floors. George D. Mason, who went bankrupt funding the construction, leapt to his death from the roof after his wife left him. A century later, he haunts the building, spooking security guards, who say they’ve seen his ghost climbing the steps to the top of the building.

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Masonic Temple, Detroit
With more than 1,000 rooms, Detroit’s Masonic Temple—now a concert venue—contains more than meets the eye. It’s rumored to be riddled with hidden passageways, concealed staircases, and secret compartments beneath the floors. George D. Mason, who went bankrupt funding the construction, leapt to his death from the roof after his wife left him. A century later, he haunts the building, spooking security guards, who say they’ve seen his ghost climbing the steps to the top of the building.

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Stull Cemetery, Stull, Kansas. Also called the “Gates to Hell,” this grave site is among the Seven Portals of Hell listed by numerous haunting guides and is among America’s most haunted places. Legend states that if you knock on a rock in the church’s rubble pile, the Devil will answer you.

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Stull Cemetery, Stull, Kansas. Also called the “Gates to Hell,” this grave site is among the Seven Portals of Hell listed by numerous haunting guides and is among America’s most haunted places. Legend states that if you knock on a rock in the church’s rubble pile, the Devil will answer you.


(via St. Paul’s Chapel)

St. Paul’s chapel, New York’s oldest public building still in use, is the final resting place for famed (and notoriously hard-drinking) British actor George Frederick Cooke. In addition to his alcoholism, Cooke was prone to extravagant spending, which led to a mountain of debt. To settle it, Cooke decided that his head would be donated to science after he died. When he did, in 1812, his corpse was decapitated and his tortured soul has reportedly been seen drifting among the cemetery headstones searching for his missing head. Fun fact: His skull was used as a theater prop in Hamlet productions. Even in death, he stayed ahead in his craft.

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St. Paul’s chapel, New York’s oldest public building still in use, is the final resting place for famed (and notoriously hard-drinking) British actor George Frederick Cooke. In addition to his alcoholism, Cooke was prone to extravagant spending, which led to a mountain of debt. To settle it, Cooke decided that his head would be donated to science after he died. When he did, in 1812, his corpse was decapitated and his tortured soul has reportedly been seen drifting among the cemetery headstones searching for his missing head. Fun fact: His skull was used as a theater prop in Hamlet productions. Even in death, he stayed ahead in his craft.


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Photograph taken in Thailand may show a man’s spirit leaving his body. His face has been blacked out to conceal his identity. The ghost photo was taken by Chiang Mai police while the scene was being investigated after the man was murdered in a fight. A volunteer interviewed said this was the first time he has seen a photo like this in his 30 years of working with police. Authorities and locals were both shocked and awed by the image.

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Photograph taken in Thailand may show a man’s spirit leaving his body. His face has been blacked out to conceal his identity. The ghost photo was taken by Chiang Mai police while the scene was being investigated after the man was murdered in a fight. A volunteer interviewed said this was the first time he has seen a photo like this in his 30 years of working with police. Authorities and locals were both shocked and awed by the image.


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LOFTUS HALL Loftus Hall is a large mansion house on the Hook peninsula, Co. Wexford that is said to have been haunted by the devil and by the ghost of a young woman. 

Taken on: August 15, 2014  alex pieussergues photography on Flickr

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LOFTUS HALL Loftus Hall is a large mansion house on the Hook peninsula, Co. Wexford that is said to have been haunted by the devil and by the ghost of a young woman.

Taken on: August 15, 2014 alex pieussergues photography on Flickr