I recently returned from a trip to my favourite city, San Francisco. I particularly love the hippy neighborhood the Haight. I like to spend time there with the spirits of Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia and Jimi Hendrix. I was interested to then see this video about hotels haunted by celebrity ghosts, among them the hotel in Los Angeles where Joplin lost her life to a drug overdose.
The clips from the Ghosts of Carmel Maine are intense! And the #1 video is freaky. I would have booted it out of there so fast!
A very spooky collection!
There are some pretty spooky sightings caught in this video. I can’t say that I am convinced that each one is real or that it is ethical to disturb people’s resting place at night, but it still made the hair on the back of my neck stand up!
Peggy Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada, is home to a grieving ghost:
“The site of the famous Peggy’s Point Lighthouse in Nova Scotia is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who took her own life in 1800. According to legend, the woman—whose name was Margaret—was the survivor of a shipwreck that killed her children, and, in her grief, would often wander the rocks at the edge of the sea.
“One day her husband, in an attempt to cheer her up, was dancing on the rocks, slipped, and suffered a fatal head wound. Shortly after his death, she took her own life by jumping into the sea at the spot where he died. Today, there are reports of a mysterious lady in blue who looks poised to jump into the sea. When someone tries to help, she disappears.”
For more Canadian ghost stories, visit 5 classic (and totally creepy) Canadian ghost stories.
At the top of my list of favourite things are tv shows about ghost sightings caught on camera. A new show, Paranormal Caught on Camera, is great addition to the genre. The Gettysburg episode was memorable and spooky.
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