6 Real Ghost Pictures And It Stories – That’ll Spook You!

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The 5 best real ghost pictures and the scary stories behind them. These are famous images of ghostly apparitions and unexplained supernatural phenomena.


Yes, This blog refer to some real spooky stories and have that evidence.. Let see read  then, make a spooky day for you..

Wedding Day

This Photo was taken in 1942 in jasper,Alabama.


It was women’s wedding day ,but in the background a frightening figure was captured lurking in the trees…

Kuntilanak School photo

This photo seems to be from Indonesia.


They say the ghost is a girl from the class who died and she came back as a Kuntilanak to scare her fellow students..

Singapore MRT Ghost

This photo was taken in 1999 by passengers on the Marina Bay MRT in singapore. some station on this line are believed to be haunted because they were built on the


remains of an old cemetery . Many people report having ghostly encounters while riding on this train.

Ghost In Chair

This picture was taken in 1979. The young women’s husband took a photo of her playing around with the bass guitar. When the picture were developed, they saw the ghostly image of a man sitting in the chair.


They believe it is the ghost of man who killed himself in their house six month earlier.They eventually ad to move out because of intense paranormal activity in the house.

Vulcan Hotel Ghost Image

This ghostly image was captured in the Vulcan Hotel in st Bathans, New zealand by paranormal investigators from the TV show ghost haunt.


It is believed to be the ghost of a women named rose who was strangled to death i the hotel in the 1880s.

Pack Horse Bridge

Some websites will try and tell you this photo was taken in Oak Grove, kentucky. That’s not true. It was taken on Pack Horse Bridge in the U.K .


Paranormal investigators were taking photos on the bridge at night and captured this image on camera. It is thought that three ghosts haunt the bridge-a young girl and women.

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