Ghost Pictures

The Angels & Ghosts website has a great collection of ghost pictures. I really enjoyed browsing through its Famous Ghost Pictures and Photos gallery. Here were some of my favourites:

Closed circuit security cameras at Hampton Court Palace in London, England, caught this supposedly real famous picture of a ghostly figure in period dress back in 2003.

Hampton Court Palace was built in 1525. Stunned employees at Henry the VIII’s grand castle do not know where this spectre came from or who or what it was.

Security personnel checked the closed circuit TV (CCTV) footage, allegedly, to find out who kept leaving one of the palace’s fire doors open. They were said to be shocked to find a ghost or apparition on the footage.
Notice her odd lean and absence of legs.
A legless woman in black was photographed in 1989 at the Covent Garden Piazza in London by Mr. Webb. Mrs. Webb is to the right with stroller, and the two children are theirs.
During the time the picture was taken, neither Mr. or Mrs. Webb saw anyone move into their way, ruining the moment they were capturing on film.
Dying Man Ghost Picture
This famous and very old ghost picture was taken in 1907 and supposedly shows a dying woman. The gentleman who photographed the deathbed scene was the lady’s husband, Dr. Baraduc of France. During the deathbed scene, the anomalies in the photo were thought to be proof of the human spirit.

Horror Cinema Trivia: Halloween (1978)

Director John Carpenter originally intended to call his movie The Babysitter Murders, but producer Irwin Yablans suggested that the story may be more significant if it were based around a specific holiday, so the title was changed to Halloween. Carpenter and co-screenwriter Debra Hill wrote the original script in just 10 days.

Find more Halloween trivia at 15 Terrifying Facts About John Carpenter’s Halloween.

Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden

Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden is a Buddhist temple located in Bang Saen city, Chonburi province, Thailand. A popular tourist attraction, it is meant to describe and depict Naraka (Buddhist hell) [wiki]. Follow the links below to see more images of the Garden and to read about some visitors’ experiences.

Photos above from The No Chill: Wang Saen Suk Buddhist Hell Garden in Thailand

Photos above from The Bohemian Blog: Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden — A Glimpse of the Buddhist Underworld

Photos above from Pattaya Unplugged: Wang Saen Suk – Hell On Earth in Thailand

Photo above from Mark Goes There Travel Tales: Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden (Chonburi, Thailand)