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.
As long as there have been stories of ghostly phenomena, there have been sightings of "Shadow People". Shadow People are defined by their featureless, shadow-like appearances and do not seem to be the spirit of something that was once human.
The Hellfire Caves at West Wycombe, are considered to be one of the most haunted locations in the UK. TV's Most Haunted and Ghost Hunter's paranormal teams visited the caves and found plenty of evidence that the caves are haunted.
Borley Rectory was reputed to be the most haunted house in the UK. The rectory was built by the Reverend Henry D. E. Bull in 1863 near the river Stour, Essex. However the rectory burnt down in a fire started in mysterious circumstances in 1939.
Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the SS Great Britain was the largest ship afloat when she was launched on 19 July 1843. Living TV's Most Haunted has described the SS Great Britain as one of the five most haunted places in Britain.
Known as the "Fortress of Fear", Rasnov Citadel is a 13th century Romanian fortress built on a rocky hilltop in the Carpathian Mountains. Rasnov has been the subject of local legends for years with a myriad of paranormal claims made over the years.
Charleville Castle is regarded as one of the most haunted buildings in Ireland, located near Tullamore. The castle is situated in Ireland's most ancient primordial oak woodland, once the haunting grounds of Irelands druids thousands of years ago.
In America, a 6-year-old boy's claims were hailed by some as evidence for reincarnation. Friends of a 21-year-old navy pilot shot down during World War II are convinced that James Leininger has knowledge that suggets he was the pilot in a previous life.
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.
This famous ghost photo was taken in 1958 when Mrs Mabel Chinnery was visiting the grave of her mother. She had brought her camera to take some photographs of the gravesite. After taking a few pictures of the grave, she took a picture of her husband who was waiting alone in the car.