What better proof of the paranormal than a ghost caught on camera? Many however, are not quite what they seem. If you think you can spot the difference between a genuine ghost photo and a clever fake, test your skills with our collection.
The rugged, ancient landscape of the Carpathian Mountains that stretches through the Transylvanian plateau is one of the most spectacular landscapes in Europe. This is the land of the vampire, an un-dead monster with a thirst for human blood.
The London Charterhouse is a historic complex of buildings in Smithfield, London dating back to the 14th century. The site is reputedly one of the most haunted locations in London; it is featured on many of the London Ghost walks.
The Goldfield Hotel has featured on Fox Channel's 'World's Scariest Places' and on Sci-Fi Channel's 'Scariest Places on Earth'. It is Nevada's most haunted building and is one of the top ten most haunted buildings in America.
Portchester Castle is reputed to be haunted by several ghosts, a black monk, and a spectral horseman seen riding through the grounds. There has been evidence of satanic witchcraft rituals found within the graveyard, inside the castle walls.
Calvados Castle was constructed in 1835, in Normandy France, built upon the ruins of an unidentified earlier building. From October 12th 1875 to January 30th 1876 the castle's occupants were terrorized by a highly active poltergeist.
From 1974 to 1987 one of America's most terrifying haunting's took place. It was at the home of Jack and Janet Smurl. Although their house was exorcised three times and investigations conducted by demonologists, the entity refused to leave.
This photograph was taken during the American Civil War in 1862. A ghost, believed to be that of a dead soldier, was captured walking up these stairs in a basement of an abandoned house, evacuated before the battle took place.