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Ghost Photographed In An Old Scottish Burial Ground
An eerie image taken at an abandoned stone hut appears to show what looks like a face peering out. Posted on Reddit by a Czech photographer that goes by the username Motorbiker1985, the photograph reportedly shows a dilapidated rock hut at a Scottish cemetery in Largs. The ghostly face had not been visible at the time yet just showed up after the image was created. The photographer continues to be adamant that the photo has not been tampered with and also keeps in mind that it can not be a double exposure due to the fact that the motion of the leaves has not been in a similar way caught. " Many people I know that have actually seen it say it is very interesting, that is why I uploaded it online," he composed. " Some see various expressions in the supposed face on the picture, some try to clarify, however any type of description I have heard until now can be conveniently countered with different arguments." When it comes to whether the picture reveals a ghost, he stays somewhat broad-minded. " I do not hold ideas, religious or otherwise," he said. "I see every little thing on the basis of possibility."

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Tuesday, 09 February 2021 10:34

The Spirit Of Lord Combermere

The Spirit Of Lord Combermere
This photo of the Combermere Abbey library was taken in 1891 by Sybell Corbet. The figure of a man can faintly be seen sitting in the seat to one side. His head, collar and right arm on the armrest are unmistakably discernable. It is accepted to be the apparition of Lord Combermere.
Master Combermere was a British rangers leader in the mid 1800s who separated himself in a few military missions. Combermere Abbey, situated in Cheshire, England, was established by Benedictine priests in 1133. In 1540, King Henry VII kicked out the Benedictines, and the Abbey later turned into the Seat of Sir George Cotton KT, Vice-Chamberlain to the family unit of Prince Edward, child of Henry VIII. In 1814, Sir Stapleton Cotton, a relative of Sir George, took the title "Ruler Combermere" and in 1817 turned into the Governor of Barbados. Today the Abbey is a vacation spot and lodging.
Master Combermere passed on in 1891, having been struck and murdered by a pony drawn carriage. At the time Sybell Corbet took the above photograph, Combermere's memorial service was occurring nearly four miles away. The photographic openness, Corbet recorded, required about 60 minutes. It is thought by some that during that time a worker may have come into the room and sat momentarily in the seat, making the straightforward picture. This thought was disproved by individuals from the family, nonetheless, affirming that all were going to Lord Combermere's burial service.

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Tuesday, 09 February 2021 10:20

Guide to Using a Ouija Board

The Guide to Using a Ouija Board
An Ouija board is not difficult to utilize, however it not's intended to be an independent movement.It takes two to Ouija: typically, one individual can't work the Ouija. Get a companion to utilize it with you. Having a male and a female in the gathering is generally suggested.Timing: most specialists recommend utilizing the load up around evening time when, they say, less impedance is in the climate, however you can utilize it whenever.
Make some climate: the Ouija is more enjoyable on the off chance that you obscure the room and light a few candles. Mood killer the TV and any music to limit interruptions.Sit down: the two clients ought to sit confronting one another, with knees contacting if conceivable, with the board on their laps. Try not to utilize a table. Settle on an examiner or medium: despite the fact that the two individuals can pose inquiries—or any other individual in the room can—just one of the clients ought to be the medium (the one to officially pose inquiries of the board). Spot your fingers on the planchette: you and your accomplice should put the fingers of two hands gently on the planchette, or pointer. Move it: deliberately move the planchette around in a circle on the board briefly to get it "heated up." Disposition: don't allow the board to control the meeting. The medium should start by reporting that the meeting will just permit an encounter that is positive or toward a higher decent and that negative energies are not gladly received. Start essentially: start with a straightforward inquiry, one that requires a yes or no answer. Show restraint: you probably won't start to find solutions immediately. Allow the board to "warm up."

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Friday, 29 January 2021 12:19

St Georges Hall Liverpool

St Georges Hall Liverpool St George's Hall is a structure on St George's Place, inverse Lime Street rail line station in the focal point of Liverpool, England. Opened in 1854, it is a Neoclassical structure that contains show lobbies and law courts, and is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as an assigned Grade I recorded structure. On the east side of the corridor, among it and the rail line station, is St George's Plateau, and on the west side are St John's Gardens. The lobby is remembered for the William Brown Street preservation territory.
In 1969 the structural antiquarian Nikolaus Pevsner communicated his assessment that it is one of the best neo-Grecian structures on the planet, albeit the structure is known for its utilization of Roman sources just as Greek. In 2004, the corridor and its encompassing region were perceived as a component of Liverpool's World Heritage Site. The Liverpool Register Office and Coroner's Court have been situated in the corridor since 2012.

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Wednesday, 29 April 2020 11:11

Caught On Camera, Or Did They?

Caught On Camera, Or Did They? One of the most intriguing photographs I have seen, it no uncertainty seems as though a heavenly attendant, complete with wings and something in its grasp… maybe a harp? Maybe, truth is that there are some other white foggy spots in the photo that don't help to remember any undeniable strict symbolism, and maybe more critically, there's a young lady in a white dress in a similar posture as the "blessed messenger". Or then again the inverse would be more appropriated. We can clarify the picture as the consequence of long presentation of the film, which caught all the splendid components in the picture – like those white and sparkly – while the photographic artist shook his camera, coincidentally. Blend some pareidolia, and we have this picture.

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Monday, 30 March 2020 12:49

Devil Possessed My Toaster

Devil Possessed My Toaster
June exhibits her wicked kitchen apparatus a spooky toaster which she accepts is controlled by the fallen angel. The Satanic toast it produces, for a TV team right now broadcast on NBC's The Today Show in 1988.
https://youtu.be/KW6cBRsyCWc

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Monday, 30 March 2020 11:12

Ghosts on a UK motorway

Ghosts on the M5 motorway
On an island of the M5 motorway close to West Bromwich, reports from drivers and travelers have depicted seeing a hooded figure, who commonly goes across the street before vanishing. It is imagined that the spirit or spooky locating is related with Sandwell Priory which was arranged close by. Another figure to be seen sticking around the island is a woman wearing white.
She's normally seen in the early hours of the morning and is frequently confused with a drifter. At the point when drivers stop to offer her a lift, in any case, they rapidly acknowledge she isn't as she appears - she vanishes very quickly. On the island itself, stands survives from an old structure which is a piece of the old hotel to Sandwell Hall, wrecked numerous years prior.

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Monday, 30 March 2020 10:57

Winchester Mystery House free virtual tour

The Winchester Mystery House Virtual Tour
One of San Jose's most well known vacation spots, the mysterious manor has 161 rooms, 40 staircases ( some of which prompting no place ), 10,000 windows and 2,000 entryways. Built in 1884 and possessed by Sarah Winchester - the widow of weapon head honcho William Wirt Winchester - the structure is said to be spooky by the apparitions of those executed by Winchester rifles.
Its inside is as luxurious as it is strange, with an impossible to miss room design, entryways prompting strong dividers, windows on the dividers of inside rooms, an enormous ringer which is rung each Friday thirteenth and various 'distraction' rooms that Winchester utilized with an end goal to trick the spirits she accepted dwelled there.
https://winchestermysteryhouse.com/video-tour/

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Wednesday, 31 July 2019 13:50

Old Post Office Liverpool

The Old Post Office in Liverpool

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Wednesday, 21 November 2018 12:31

Ghost Heads Appear In Several Photos

Seen in both of these photographs, has all the earmarks of being spooky looking heads. The correct town or city where these were taken isn't known however accepted to be some place in Mexico. These were shared on the web and stay both strange and convincing. Definitely, on the off chance that anybody was sitting or remaining almost one of these, they would be gone nuts quick!

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