Whenever ghost footage or photographs are taken, they are usually present in a house or building. This goes back to the idea of a spirit trapped in somewhere before it can move on and generally fits in with philosophy on ghosts. In saying that does that mean all ghosts that are out there are confined to four walls?
If you consider cemeteries, they have the biggest stigma about being haunted but by applying the above logic, no ‘spirit’ would ever realistically reside there, the idea being that the bodies (and souls) are laid to rest there and therefore why would a ghost ever haunt a cemetery (boredom perhaps?)
This is what intrigued me about this footage taken in an alleyway next to a cemetery near Halifax, it is significantly different to the footage taken of the rocking horse and could be explained in any number of ways but it got me thinking – are ghosts everywhere and do we only look for them in the most expected places or should we just open our mind to the possibility we are surrounded by them?