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Garnett House Hotel
The 1858 Garnett House Hotel sits on top of what was once the highest point of elevation in the local area. But long before the town of Garnett was settled, this land was home to multiple native tribes; some which were known for being very aggressive.
The Haunted Y.M.C.A. - Rock Island, Illinois
The Haunted Rock Island Y.M.C.A. has become a paranormal hot spot on Paranormal Researches Bucket List. It has a mischievous past, including being a brothel, speakeasy with ties to the mob.
The Stephenson Building- Wymore, Nebraska
Featured on shows like Portals To Hell this haunted location definitely has a very checkered past. Not only is it a strange and bizarre haunt but now a museum as well. Its two owners have worked tirelessly to build a unique collection of creepy curiosities and unusual oddities now on display for guests to experience. Obviously, a sketchy history combined with its bizarre contents makes this a heavily energized location.
Haunted Hill View Manor - New Castle, Pennsylvania
Explore the hidden secrets of the notoriously Haunted Hill View Manor located in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Watch and experience the unexplained events that still haunt the halls of this historic site.
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If you’re looking to do some ghost hunting from your very own home then these live ghost webcams should help you out. These cams are currently live.
If you know of a ghost cam or have a ghost cam you would like added to this page then get it touch.
The Willard Library
The Willard’s Library ghost cams are possibly the most famous ghost cams of them all. They have been live for many years. Willard Library is in Evansville, Indiana
The Grey Lady is said to haunt the library with countless people seeing her.
The cams are situated at the Haunted Stairwell, Children’s section and the Research area.
The theater is part of the Furman University Theatre Arts in Greenville, South Carolina. The cam is pointed towards the stage of the 110-seat theater where you might catch the sight of a rehearsal, set construction or a performance.
You may also just happen to spot a ghost as the theater is known to be haunted.
Gettysburg Battlefield ‘BattleCam’
The Gettysburg battlefield in Pennsylvania is the site of one the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. A lot of ghosts sightings have been recorded there, along with numerous sounds and EVP’s
The cam is located on the Seminary Ridge where the first days of the battle begun.
Ordsall Hall is a large former manor house in Lancashire, England. They have three cameras set up. They are located in the Great Hall, the Great Chamber and the Star Chamber.
A white lady is known to haunt the building, especially around her portrait and also a spirit of a young woman as been seen on the stairs.
Llancaiach Fawer Manor
Llancaiach Fawer Manor is located in Caerphilly, Wales. It is a tourist attraction and is known to be haunted.
The manor also hosts ghost tours so the cams maybe switched off between 7 pm and 11pm on weekdays while the ghost tours are taking place.
The Paris Catacombs are located beneath the streets of Paris. They are lined with bones of dead Parisians. Its said to be one of the scariest places in the world.
The Leprechaun Watch
This webcam is in a hidden location in front of an oak tree in a field in Ireland.
The area is the border of the ‘fairy ring’ and the Coogan’s ancestral farm. There has apparently been leprechaun activity in the area.
DDavids Ghost Cams
18 webcams are set up and stream live 7 days a week, 365 days a year in this Victorian house that is over 100 years old. Evidence of ghosts, poltergeists and all things from the other side have been recorded. You can also listen to EVP’s, look at ghost photo’s and read about the history of the house on the site.
They quote ” A Real Haunted House Live on the Web. Warning: This is a real Haunted House, and there is a distinct possibility of seeing, or feeling things that may be very disturbing to you”
Are ghosts real?
One difficulty in scientifically evaluating is ghost are real is the surprisingly wide variety of phenomena attributed to ghosts.
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If you believe in ghosts, you're not alone. Cultures all around the world believe in spirits that survive death to live in another realm. In fact, ghosts are among the most widely believed of paranormal phenomenon: Millions of people are interested in ghosts. It's more than mere entertainment; A 2019 Ipsos poll found that 46% of Americans say they truly believe in ghosts. (The nation is discerning in its undead beliefs; only 7% of respondents said they believe in vampires ).
And about 18% of people say they have either seen a ghost or been in one's presence, according to a 2015 Pew Research study . Why do so many claim to have such brushes with the afterlife?
"One common cause may be pareidolia, the tendency for our brains to find patterns (especially human faces and figures) amongst ambiguous stimuli," Stephen Hupp, clinical psychologist and professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Told Live Science in an email. "One common example is when we see faces or figures in the clouds and another is when random shapes and shadows in a dark house look like a ghost," said Hupp, who is also the editor of Skeptical Inquirer magazine.
Stephen Hupp is the editor of "Skeptical Inquirer" magazine. He is also a clinical psychologist and a professor of psychology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE). He has published several books including "Pseudoscience in Therapy " (Cambridge University Press, 2023) and "Investigating Pop Psychology" (Routledge, 2022).
But the idea that the dead remain with us in spirit is an ancient one, appearing in countless stories, from the Bible to "Macbeth." It even spawned a folklore genre: ghost stories. Belief in ghosts is part of a larger web of related paranormal beliefs, including near-death experience, life after death, and spirit communication. The belief offers many people comfort — who doesn't want to believe that our beloved but deceased family members aren't looking out for us, or with us in our times of need?
People have tried to (or claimed to) communicate with spirits for ages; in Victorian England, for example, it was fashionable for upper-crust ladies to hold séances in their parlors after tea and crumpets with friends. Ghost clubs dedicated to searching for ghostly evidence formed at prestigious universities, including Cambridge and Oxford, and in 1882 the most prominent organization, the Society for Psychical Research, was established. A woman named Eleanor Sidgwick was an investigator (and later president) of that group, and could be considered the original female ghostbuster. In America during the late 1800s, many psychic mediums claimed to speak to the dead — but were later exposed as frauds by skeptical investigators such as Harry Houdini.
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It wasn't until recently that ghost hunting became a widespread interest around the world. Much of this is due to the hit Syfy cable TV series "Ghost Hunters," which aired 230 episodes and found no good evidence for ghosts.
The show spawned dozens of spinoffs and imitators, and it's not hard to see why the show is so popular: the premise is that anyone can look for ghosts. The two original stars were ordinary guys (plumbers, in fact) who decided to look for evidence of spirits. Their message: You don't need to be an egghead scientist, or even have any training in science or investigation. All you need is some free time, a dark place, and maybe a few gadgets from an electronics store. If you look long enough any unexplained light or noise might be evidence of ghosts.
That vague criteria for ghostly happenings is part of the reason why myths about the afterlife are more alive than ever.
One difficulty in scientifically evaluating ghosts is that a surprisingly wide variety of phenomena are attributed to ghosts, from a door closing on its own, to missing keys, to a cold area in a hallway, to a vision of a dead relative.
When sociologists Dennis and Michele Waskul interviewed ghost experiencers for their book " Ghostly Encounters: The Hauntings of Everyday Life " (Temple University Press, 2016 ) they found that "many participants were not sure that they had encountered a ghost and remained uncertain that such phenomena were even possible, simply because they did not see something that approximated the conventional image of a 'ghost.' Instead, many of our respondents were simply convinced that they had experienced something uncanny — something inexplicable, extraordinary, mysterious, or eerie."
Thus, many people who go on record as claiming to have had a ghostly experience didn't necessarily see anything that most people would recognize as a classic "ghost," and in fact they may have had completely different experiences whose only common factor is that it could not be readily explained.
"There are plenty of misunderstood phenomena that influence ghost sightings. For example, sleep paralysis in a recognized experience that leads to people feeling like they have seen a ghost, demon, or alien," Hupp said.
Personal experience is one thing, but scientific evidence is another matter. Part of the difficulty in investigating ghosts is that there is not one universally agreed-upon definition of what a ghost is. Some believe that they are spirits of the dead who for whatever reason get "lost" on their way to The Other Side; others claim that ghosts are instead telepathic entities projected into the world from our minds.
Still others create their own special categories for different types of ghosts, such as poltergeists, residual hauntings, intelligent spirits and shadow people. Of course, it's all made up, like speculating on the different races of fairies or dragons: there are as many types of ghosts as you want there to be.
There are many contradictions inherent in ideas about ghosts. For example, are ghosts material or not? Either they can move through solid objects without disturbing them, or they can slam doors shut and throw objects across the room. According to logic and the laws of physics, it's one or the other. If ghosts are human souls, why do they appear clothed and with (presumably soulless) inanimate objects like hats, canes, and dresses — not to mention the many reports of ghost trains, cars and carriages?
If ghosts are the spirits of those whose deaths were unavenged, why are there unsolved murders, since ghosts are said to communicate with psychic mediums, and should be able to identify their killers for the police? The questions go on and on — just about any claim about ghosts raises logical reasons to doubt it.
Ghost hunters use many creative (and dubious) methods to detect the spirits' presences, often including psychics. Virtually all ghost hunters claim to be scientific, and most give that appearance because they use high-tech scientific equipment such as Geiger counters, Electromagnetic Field (EMF) detectors, ion detectors, infrared cameras and sensitive microphones. Yet none of this equipment has ever been shown to actually detect ghosts.
"If someone hands you an electronic device to sense a ghost, then they’re probably doing it to get your money during a ghost tour," Hupp said.
For centuries, people believed that flames turned blue in the presence of ghosts. Today, few people accept that bit of lore, but it's likely that many of the signs taken as evidence by today's ghost hunters will be seen as just as wrong and antiquated centuries from now.
Other researchers claim that the reason ghosts haven't been proven to exist is that we simply don't have the right technology to find or detect the spirit world. But this, too, can't be correct: Either ghosts exist and appear in our ordinary physical world (and can therefore be detected and recorded in photographs, film, video and audio recordings), or they don't. If ghosts exist and can be scientifically detected or recorded, then we should find hard evidence of that — yet we don't. If ghosts exist but cannot be scientifically detected or recorded, then all the photos, videos, audio and other recordings claimed to be evidence of ghosts cannot be ghosts. With so many basic contradictory theories — and so little science brought to bear on the topic — it's not surprising that despite the efforts of thousands of ghost hunters on television and elsewhere for decades, not a single piece of hard evidence of ghosts has been found.
And, of course, with the recent development of "ghost apps" for smartphones, it's easier than ever to create seemingly spooky images and share them on social media, making separating fact from fiction even more difficult for ghost researchers.
Most people who believe in ghosts do so because of some personal experience; they grew up in a home where the existence of (friendly) spirits was taken for granted, for example, or they had some unnerving experience on a ghost tour or local haunt.
Belief in a spirit world may also fulfill a deeper psychological need.
"There’s still so much to this universe that we don’t understand, and it’s comforting to fill in the void with explanations. Supernatural explanations are often stated with confidence, even when there’s no actual evidence, and this confidence provides a false sense of actual truth," Hupp said.
For instance, some claim that support for the existence of ghosts can be found in no less a hard science than modern physics. It is widely claimed that Albert Einstein suggested a scientific basis for the reality of ghosts, based on the First Law of Thermodynamics : If energy cannot be created or destroyed but only change form, what happens to our body's energy when we die? Could that somehow be manifested as a ghost?
It seems like a reasonable assumption — until you dig into the basic physics. The answer is very simple, and not at all mysterious. After a person dies, the energy in his or her body goes where all organisms' energy goes after death: into the environment. The energy is released in the form of heat, and the body is transferred into the animals that eat us (i.e., wild animals if we are left unburied, or worms and bacteria if we are interred), and the plants that absorb us. There is no bodily "energy" that survives death to be detected with popular ghost-hunting devices.
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While amateur ghost hunters like to imagine themselves on the cutting edge of ghost research, they are really engaging in what folklorists call ostension or legend tripping. It's basically a form of playacting in which people "act out" a legend, often involving ghosts or supernatural elements. In his book " Aliens, Ghosts, and Cults: Legends We Live " (University Press of Mississippi, 2003) folklorist Bill Ellis points out that ghost hunters themselves often take the search seriously and "venture out to challenge supernatural beings, confront them in consciously dramatized form, then return to safety. ... The stated purpose of such activities is not entertainment but a sincere effort to test and define boundaries of the 'real' world."
If ghosts are real, and are some sort of as-yet-unknown energy or entity, then their existence will (like all other scientific discoveries) be discovered and verified by scientists through controlled experiments — not by weekend ghost hunters wandering around abandoned, supposedly haunted houses in the dark late at night with cameras and flashlights.
In the end (and despite mountains of ambiguous photos, sounds, and videos) the evidence for ghosts is no better today than it was a century ago. There are two possible reasons for the failure of ghost hunters to find good evidence. The first is that ghosts don't exist, and that reports of ghosts can be explained by psychology, misperceptions, mistakes and hoaxes . The second option is that ghosts do exist, but that ghost hunters do not possess the scientific tools or mindset to uncover any meaningful evidence.
But ultimately, ghost hunting is not about the evidence at all (if it was, the search would have been abandoned long ago). Instead, it's about having fun with friends and family members, telling stories, and the enjoyment of pretending to search the edge of the unknown. After all, everyone loves a good ghost story.
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- Experiments suggest that c hildren can distinguish fantasy from reality , but are tempted to believe in the existence of imaginary creatures, according to an article published in the British Journal of Developmental Psychology.
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Is there anything better — or scarier– than a good ghost story that might be true ?
If you’re a true fan of the paranormal, the answer is a resounding, “Yes!”.
Because, if you can handle the chills, witnessing ghostly activity firsthand is even more thrilling than passing down stories from person to person.
Sometimes, you just can’t visit the haunted places you want to go to, though. Maybe they’re too far away or maybe you can’t handle being there in person, but the fact is that some haunts are out of your reach.
But thanks to the advent of live ghost cams, you can still look in on some of the creepiest places on earth, in real time, even if you aren’t able to be there in person .
And, while there were arguably more ghost cams available to web visitors a few years ago than there are today, there are still several solid, active cams for you to while away the hours.
With that in mind, here are nine of the best ghost cams on the Internet.
dddavid’s Ghost Cams
As far as we can tell, dddavid’s is the only site of its kind on the Internet.
Here you’ll find the real story of a genuine Victorian house and the various folks who have called it home since the late 1800s.
Beyond the intriguing history of the home and its inhabitants are the strange occurrences that have unfolded over the centuries that lead many to believe it’s haunted.
And the fun doesn’t stop with mere stories, because dddavid’s has rigged up 20+ live web cams that run 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you have the patience and (bad?) luck, you just might see something disturbing happen in real time.
And even if you don’t, you can still peruse the galleries and videos of previous events.
So, hold your breath, grab your Bible or rosary or other protection, and get to watching …
Eagle Harbor Cam
Eagle Harbor is one of those quiet and picturesque locales that makes the Upper Peninsula of Michigan such a beloved vacation spot for millions of Midwesterners.
But, according to legend, the Eagle Harbor lighthouse is haunted by the ghost of a woman who lost her seafaring husband in a freighter crash along the shores of Lake Superior more than 100 years ago.
Will you catch a glimpse of this mourning widow or maybe another long lost soul as you gaze at the live LakeCam?
But at the very least, you’ll get to enjoy some stunning Great Lakes scenery!
Furman Theatre Cam
Is the Furman Theatre, on the campus of Furman University, really haunted?
Well, we haven’t been able to find any solid stories to support that idea, but when the guys at Haunted Aukland tell you to keep your eye on a place, you can’t dismiss it.
Whether or not you encounter any apparitions in your viewing of the TheatreCam, you’re bound to find some interesting tidbits as University staff, faculty, and students go through the paces of producing their next show.
And, with a history that stretches back to 1826, it’s hard to imagine that Furman doesn’t have a few secrets tucked away here and there … isn’t it?
The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the bloodiest encounters of the entire Civil War. Over the course of three days of fighting near the Pennsylvania crossroads town, more than 50,000 soldiers lost their lives.
Gettysburg was also one of the most important battles of the war because it saw the Union turn back the Confederates as General Lee sought to penetrate deep into Northern territory.
Had Lee succeeded in taking Gettysburg, the Union would have been in dire straits and may not have recovered.
Ziegler’s Grove was a position held by Union General Alexander Hays and his Union Second Corps on what became known as Cemetery Ridge. Just feet away from that Grove is the Abraham Bryan farm, parts of which still exist today.
In cooperation with the Quality Inn that now sits nearby, the folks at GettysburgAddress.com maintain the BattleCam that allows us all to see parts of Ziegler’s Grove and the Bryan Farm whenever we want.
Widely considered to be one of the most haunted battlefields in America, Gettysburg is always worth a look when you’re on the hunt for the paranormal.
Ghost WebCam Watch
This camera has been around for a long time, and if you have any doubt about that, just check out the URL — http://www.angelfire.com/weird2/gwebcam/webcam.html .
Heck, Angelfire itself is virtually a ghost at this point!
Nevertheless, Ghost WebCam Watch is worth watching for awhile precisely because of its longevity and because of the chance to catch a glimpse of Jane , the ghost who started it all.
Is there anyone that people want to see more than Elvis Presley?
From the moment he died in 1977, folks all around the world have been insisting they’ve encountered Elvis — alive and well — everywhere from Florida to Florence.
And, even among those who accept that The King is dead, there are plenty who don’t think he’s really gone.
At the same time Elvis was making appearances in Beijing and Belgium after his death, his ghost was showing up at his beloved home in Graceland.
The spirit sightings have never stopped, either, which is what makes the GracelandCam so intriguing.
Will you be next to find Elvis’ spirit roaming around the grounds he loved so much during his lifetime?
Ordsall Hall Camera
Ordsall Hall is a historic home in the Greater Manchester area of the United Kingdom.
And by “historic,” I mean a 12th Century Grade 1 Tudor manor house that has been home to several families and even saw action in a Guy Fawkes novel.
As you might expect with a structure more than 800 years old, Ordsall Hall has seen its share of spiritual activity over the centuries, and it’s renowned for being haunted.
Luckily for thrill-seekers, Ordsall Hall is not only open to the public from 8 am to 5 pm each day, but also offers up a live webcam during off hours for those of us who can’t make the journey but still want to monitor the ancient structure for paranormal activity.
Paris Catacombs Webcam
The Paris Catacombs are some of the creepiest, crawliest famous nooks on Earth.
After all, not only are these tunnels buried beneath Paris, they were also used for centuries as a dumping ground for overflowing dead bodies. When Paris cemeteries became overcrowded and began to collapse in the late 18th century, officials arranged nighttime transfers of bones to the underground tunnels.
The Catacombs became a collection of interconnected ossuaries.
If ever there were an area ripe for paranormal activity, it would be the Catacombs. And, thanks to the Catacombs Webcam, you can see for yourself whether anything odd is going down.
Willard Library GhostCams
The Willard Library is the oldest public library in Indiana.
It’s also purported to be one of the most haunted locations in the state and maybe in the entire nation.
Most prominent among the entities who may inhabit the library is the Grey Lady , a ghost who was first sighted by a custodian in the 1930s. Since then, she has reportedly brushed against patrons, moved items from place to place, turned water off and on, and perpetrated all sorts of other shenanigans.
The great thing about the Grey Lady is that the Willard Library fully embraces its long-time resident and has set up a series of webcams to document her activities. They also invite the public to tune in and help identify anything funky that might be going on in various regions of the library.
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25 Creepiest Ghost Videos On The Internet That Will Give You Nightmares
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By Elizabeth Blasi — Last updated on Mar 25, 2023
"The Ring" has made it almost horrifying to watch any short-clip horror tape or paranormal videos . We're not looking for the TV (or now computer screen) to come alive and take us. Well, for most people, anyway.
But there are still those that love the idea of the scariest ghost videos scare and want content online to creep, spook, and bewilder them. For those who think they can handle the paranormal, we've put together a list of 25 creepy, real ghost videos to give you a fright.
1. Lights Out
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Unlike many videos on this list, this short clip was created for suspense versus captured live. Regardless, it scares us all the same and is perfect for those looking for a scare without watching an entire movie-length film.
2. Possible Fallen Angel in Catalonia
While not a very long video, this one-minute clip shows just how spooky a remote forest can be. Pictured is a strange, "real life" ghost or creature sitting and roaming around in Catalonia's Campdevànol.
3. Ghost from Japanese Subway
What's scarier than riding on the subway during rush or peak hours? Sharing that ride with the undead.
A ghost sitting in the Japanese subway is brought to life with this short clip, detailing a ghost coming to life after jumping in front of a train. While not a short-clip film created for YouTube or a real sighting, this segment from Ura Horror is sure to make your hair stand up.
4. Ghost in a Shop
You'll never know what happens behind closed doors unless, of course, you have 24-hour surveillance.
This video of a shop after-hours shows movement said to be prompted by paranormal activity. Perhaps ghosts? With over 9 million views, it must have created at least some believers.
5. While You Were Sleeping
From "The Daily Mail," this is beyond the frightening video of spooky activity happening while a woman sleeps. When we shut our eyes, we're blinded to any spirits that may be hanging around us, leaving us extremely vulnerable and making this video extra scary.
6. The Spooky Halloween
Halloween is apparently not just a day to binge-watch scary movies and dress up as your favorite character or celebrity. It's a day when all ghostly spirits crawl the Earth... apparently. In this scary video, a ghost can be seen lurking the Morialta Falls in Australia.
7. Still Clocking In
We all need to work hard to bring home the bacon... apparently even ghosts. In this scary yet surprisingly comical and bizarre video, a ghost is seen acting as a warehouse janitor. Make sure to pay him overtime.
8. Narrow Halls
In almost every major horror film or scary movie, there seems to be an eerie scene taking place in a hallway. Hello, "The Shining," anyone? In this clip, the hallway makes its reappearance of housing ghostly spirits.
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9. On Route 66
While technically the scariest thing on the road is worrying about the other drivers, runners and cyclists, who thought you'd have to add ghosts to the list?
Taking place outside of the United States, apparently, a real-life ghost was seen jaywalking/riding a motorcycle into the abyss. We've had our fair share of sci-fi films to know that vanishing is surely an act for the supernatural.
10. Graveyard Wanderers
The first rule of thumb: never enter a graveyard at night. We feel like that's common sense. Why? Because what could be more haunted by ghosts than their body's burial site?
Don't believe us? Hust watch this very spooky video where ghosts are caught on camera frolicking through the tombstones.
11. The Haunting Tape
We all want to feel like we're safe in our own homes, but when you start to stir up ghostly spirits you may get more than you bargained for. In this video, the commentator is visited by an unwelcome guest, another spirit.
Is it real or fake? It's up to you to decide (and the other 5.7 million other views).
12. The Haunting Tape (Part 2)
So, ghost spirits have taken over your home. You're safe to get some air, right? Apparently not! In this sequel clip, there seem to be spirits lurking within the nature trail. Move aside, giant grizzlies, we're not concerned with you anymore.
13. Ghost Sightings Caught at Schools
What if (in school) you were just trying to pay attention, get good grades, and potentially go to an exceptional college? Those should be your main priorities, right? Not dodging the paranormal. Unfortunately for these kids, they've seen their fair share of ghostly sightings around campus.
14. The Gettysburg Ghost
Many wars and battles have been fought all over the world, some in our very own backyard. While these locations are full of history and lessons to be learned, just remember what lies beneath the surface. If there was ever a place to witness a ghost sighting, Gettysburg would be one of them.
15. Ghost in the House/Blog Gone Wrong
When you're just trying to be a beauty influencer, and a ghost just has to steal your spotlight... We get it, not everyone is meant to be on camera.
16. Levitating Girl in Russian Forest
This video starts out with an adorable dog, but things get weird real quick when a little girl is seen levitating in the middle of a forest. How is this happening? The girl ends up running away once she lands, but it's still incredibly creepy.
17. Ghost Attacks School Lockers
There's one angry ghost in Deerpark CBS, the oldest and most haunted school on the south side of Cork City, Ireland. And for some reason, this ghost really doesn't like school.
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18. Ghost Throws Plate and Mug at Man
Another video from "The Daily Mail," the ghost in this one clearly doesn't want company or to talk to anyone! Instead of egging the ghost on, this guy should have immediately left and not looked back.
19. Ghost Screaming in a Haunted Hotel
Not only are the screams in this video absolutely haunting (see what I did there?), but looking at the security footage instills more uneasiness in viewers. You might want to check for hauntings before booking a hotel.
20. Scary CCTV Footage
Enjoy this totally creepy and uncomfortable compilation of terrifying CCTV footage. Because there are certainly ghosts caught on camera, and it's not okay.
21. Ghost Moves Bed in Corridor of the Provincial Hospital
We seriously need a stretcher after this one. This creepy event caught on camera took place at the Provincial Hospital of Rosario, Argentina.
22. The Haunted Canterbury Pub
We go to the bar to drink and have a good time with our friends, not to lose our seats to ghosts! Yeah, we'll take the check, please.
23. The Pantry Ghost
Sometimes we get hungry late at night, but apparently so do ghosts. You might think twice about grabbing a late-night snack next time.
24. Ghost Girl in the Mirror
You see the reflection not turn with its person, too? Yeah, that's totally cool. Don't blame us if we never use a mirror again.
25. Playing on the Stairs
This ghost was caught on a security camera in a family home. The ghost seems to really be into playing on the stairs. Maybe that's how it passed on.
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6 Live Ghost Cams for Scary Streaming in Real Time
Do a bit of ghost hunting without leaving the comfort of your sofa thanks to live webcams set up in haunted places. Just the knowledge that you might see something is enough to get the heart racing. So snuggle up on your couch with your laptop and see if you can spot a ghost with one of these fascinating live ghost cams.
Willard Library in Evansville, Indiana is one of the oldest public libraries in the state, and it's considered haunted. Its Victorian Gothic architecture is the perfect setting for a ghost.
The library's website has multiple web cams set up in various areas of the library, including the children's reading room, a stairwell, and the basement. If you spot a ghost or unusual activity, simply click on the appropriate cam screen to capture a screenshot and then submit your photo to the website.
Everyone searches for the Grey Lady. Many visitors and cam watchers have spotted her in the Children's Room. Be sure to visit the Ghost Spotter Central page for information about where the Grey Lady ghost might be and view screenshots that website visitors have captured of possible ghosts .
Furman Theatre, Greenville, SC
The Furman Theatre at Furman University feature a 24/7 live WebTheatreCam of the "mainstage" of The Playhouse. You can also watch the live feed from the Furman Theatre Arts Department's Scene Shop . There is a lot of non-ghostly activity going on there, but you may get lucky and catch a glimpse of a campus ghost or one of the ghost children rumored to haunt an adjoining cemetery.
Museum of Shadows Ghost Cam Live, Omaha, NE
Museum of Shadows operates a 24/7 live steam. You can watch and listen to what's going on inside the museum. You're encouraged to take screenshots of any ghostly activity and send to them for evaluation. The site charges $5.99 per month to watch their livestream webcam.
Ordsall Hall, Salford UK
This estate has been around since the 1100s, and served as a home to the Radclyffe family for over 300 years. It was also home to several other owners and served as a residence for working men and, later, as a clergy training school. The home is now open to the public, and it also provides a live feed ghost cam (between 5 PM and 8 AM local time) for those hoping to get a glimpse of one of the Hall's three resident ghosts: The White Lady (the ghost of Lady Margaret Radclyffe), a little girl known as Cecily, and Sir John Radclyffe himself (who has a reputation for making himself known more around women; apparently, Sir John was and is quite the ladies' man.
Graceland Live Webcam, Memphis TN
The home of the late Elvis Presley, Graceland , features a 24/7 webcam. Reports of the singer's ghost appearing in foreign lands and at his beloved home Graceland persist decades after his death. Some visitors to stately Graceland have claimed to see his ghost walking about the estate. You can watch the estate from the Graceland webcam and just maybe see the King's ghost for yourself.
dddavid's Live Ghost Cam, Location Unknown
One of the most extensive web cam sites online is the mysterious Victorian house found on the dddavid's Ghost Cam website . The house is as mysterious as the owner, presumably David. He doesn't disclose where the house is located or who he is, but he does offer visitors a whopping 20 web cams set up inside and outside the house along with a few tidbits about his fellow resident.
David also states that prior to moving into the home, he was doing some renovations but found it difficult. Something always hampered the project. His tools would mysteriously disappear only to reappear an hour or so later. He found that several rooms had locks on both sides of the doors. He describes the home as a "very old five-bedroom castle-like Victorian." Each room features four web cams, as does the outdoor section.
As far as what type of paranormal activity David and others have witnessed here, there are almost too many to list. Children's voices, sightings of ghosts and orbs, things moving, doors or cabinets slamming closed, electronic voice phenomena (EVPs ) of the home's resident "Shadow Man," and mysterious lights are just a small sampling of what viewers might witness.
Watching for Ghosts Online
Watching live ghost cameras can be time consuming and requires a great deal of patience so you don't miss a possible apparition. While there aren't many "live feed" ghost cams, those still around are greatly appreciated by aspiring ghost hunters and those interested in the paranormal.
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