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 of famous ghost photos.
Devil's Island is located at the northeast entrance to Halifax Harbour. There was once a house on the island which was subject to a large amount of poltergeist activity, suffering fires, moving objects and disembodied voices.
Disneyland has spawned more urban legends and ghost stories than any other tourist attraction in the United States. The Haunted Mansion at the Disney theme park is believed to have several resident ghosts, often seen by visitors and staff.
In the small village of Goosnargh, lies one of Britain's oldest and most haunted buildings, Chingle Hall. Ghosts and poltergeist activity have been reported for many centuries with visions of monks being the most commonly reported phenomena.
With an atmosphere darkened by a chilling history of death and patient abuse during its latter year's as a geriatric hospital, it is no wonder that Waverly Hills Sanatorium is considered to be one of the most haunted buildings in America.
Dover Castle is situated at the shortest sea crossing of the English Channel, making it one of the most important defensive sites in Britain. Paranormal activity is abundant, especially in the war time tunnels below the castle's grounds.
Warwick Castle stands in the City of Warwick overlooking the River Avon. The spirit of a slavering black dog is said to haunt the grounds of the Castle, as well as numerous accounts of ghost sightings over the years being reported.
In the 1930's the Palazon family, residing in an apartment complex on the "Gascon Gotor" street, encountered a frightening ordeal when they started to hear maniacal laughter and voice coming from inside their home.