Ghost Caught On Camera

A ghost caught on camera. This tape was given to us with no explanation by a person who wished to remain anonymous so we can only present it “as is”. It is up to you to decide whether you believe it to be genuine or not. Let us know in the comments what you think, real, fake, anomaly or otherwise.

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Paranormal Activity Caught On Tape: Shed Cam

This paranormal activity footage was found when the owner of a security camera was reviewing his tape as his shed had been broken into during the evening. What he appears to have caught on tape is an anomaly or ghost crossing the screen from left to right. This film was recorded in Derby, England around March 2010.

Paranormal Activity Caught On Tape: Kitchen

A good video of paranormal activity which the owner caught on tape after several disturbing unexplained incidents left them no choice but to try and record what was going on. Believing their home to be haunted, they rigged a camera and the footage they found shows a quite clear shadow or ghost entering a room before vanishing.

Top 5 Haunted House Movies – Number 4

Part of our infrequent series detailing the top five greatest ever haunted house movies.
4.
Amityville II: The Possession (1982) Dir: Damiano Damiani
Spooky House For Sale

Still from Amityville 2

Everybody’s favourite haunted house movie franchise is back! The sequel (or rather prequel) to 1979’s The Amityville Horror recounts the story of what happened to the original family who moved into the real life New York house. Built on a site of an Indian Burial ground the family start having strange occurrences round the house, nothing to get too alarmed about – every new house has it’s faults. The real problems start happening when the oldest son, Sonny starts to hear voices through his Walkman leading to him possession by an unnamed demon. All good stuff!
The film was helmed by Italian Exploitationer Damiano Damiani, usually at home with Spaghetti Westerns or Euro-cop thrillers which seems an odd choice but what he brings is that Italian style that makes the film feel a lot more raw and certainly a lot more close to the bone that the original Hollywood film. The film centres more around Sonny and his relationship with the spirit than it does the house and it’s grip over the family but this leads to a more interesting dynamic held together by Jack Magner who plays Sonny, strangely he only had one other bit part in 1984’s Firestarter after this.
The film looks nowhere near as slick as the 79 version and jump out of your seat scares are few and far between but the impending sense of dread as the family unit begins to disintegrate is nail tearing stuff. Where the film loses pace is three quarters through where we get into the legal ramblings of why Sonny did what he did but what we have to consider is this is based on an actual case and to leave out the follow up to the incident would seem inappropriate (no matter how far stretched the truth is).
A lot of people would argue that the original film is a superior film and it is true to an extent, certainly technically and narratively but all good haunted house films should suck you in and ratchet up the tension rather than opting for cheap I Know what you did Last Summer scares, in this case Amityville II stands head and shoulders above it’s counterparts.
Ben.

Ghostly “Face”

This next video is a continuation from the video sent to us by the family living in the North East of the UK and consists of an incident where the father had been filming one of his children, placed the camera down without stopping the recording and managed to capture the following video. It’s a good job he checked the recording before deleting it from his camera memory or he may never have found the footage! You need to look carefully at the tent but around halfway through the video, a face can be seen to appear in the child’s tent! Took us a few attempts to see it but it’s definitely there. Enjoy.

Unexplained Phenomena

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?

Ghosts, Ghouls & The Unexplained

Welcome, first and foremost I feel I should explain my motivation for starting this blog. You see, growing up I was always fascinated in the unexplained, especially the paranormal. I always remember my mother keeping a large, leather bound almanac on the bookcase that detailed all sorts of macabre and scary things, from screaming skulls, white ladies, ghosts in theatre’s, goblins, fairies and some of the most haunted places in the world. It included high quality pictures (the picture below was reproduced in the book) and set my young imagination racing. From the first time I opened that book I was hooked.

Ghost on Stairs

Ghostly Apparition

I hope that this goes a little way to explaining why we (Myself and Ben) are now on a crusade to bring focus and attention to original, compelling unexplained phenomena footage. Hopefully we will be able to bring this to a wider audience who can help us to find a definitive piece of evidence that there to the natural world than is commonly thought.

So, having found our blog and hopefully our youtube channel, resplendent with original footage, I hope you will come with us on our journey of explanation, join in with the debates and, if you are fortunate enough to record your own footage, send it in for the world to see.

Remember to subscribe to our blog so that you never miss a post, subscribe to our youtube channel as I can promise that the content we show there will be original footage, never seen before.

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Adam