Please take note that except for frames and zoom, none of these photos have been edited. Some may appear blurry due to zooming in. Photos taken at night have been altered only to reveal the apparition. You can read more about my ghost hunting expeditions on my blog.
This photo was taken at the Old Presidency in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Although it was taken through a glass barricade separating the room from visitors to the museum, it was not a reflection of any of the people there. You can read more about it on my blog.
This photo was taken by my friend Will Jacques on his ghost hunt through Montana in America. He called this one the Window Singer. Click on the photo to check out more of his photos or amazing pencil drawings.
This photo was taken on my first ghost hunt. I was going through the photos and felt someone watching me when I came to this one. I zoomed in a bit, and then I saw it.
Not sure if I'd say this is a ghost, but it sure seems weird. Looks like an old unedited version of Casper.
This is one of the open graves we were able to peer into. The smell of trapped water was atrocious.
The eerie drawings of Will Jacques at Ghastlydoor.com.
This is a picture drawn by South African artist Michael Eric Goetze for my horror short story entitled Michael. And I promise, the matching names are just coincidental. Feel free to click on the picture to see more of Michael's art.
The following YouTube video is actually an evp recording of a local ghost in Bloemfontein called Eddie Greene. As the story goes, Eddie murdered his girlfriend on top of Naval Hill when he caught her cheating. This evp, recorded by Bloemfontein's own paranormal investigators, picked up Eddie's voice as well as a replay of the murder in the background.
This is a photo of the 1903 fire that swept through the now haunted building of the Ramblers Sports Club here in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Read more and see more in my blog.
These are photos of the haunted prison I spent the night in. Click on any of the three photos to read the blog I wrote on it.
Found this Haunted Mansion not too far from where I live in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Although my first visit was during the day, I later had the opportunity to go inside the house at night. Check out my blog about the York Road Mansion to find out more.
This next photo was taken by fellow South African, Adri Du Toit. The shape of the foggy figure is a bit unclear, but seeing as that part of the house is in the shade and it's in clear daylight, it's definitely not a reflection of some kind.
The following group of photos just creeps me out. Looks like a father and son.
The infamous building on top of Bloemfontein's Naval Hill, a place of human sacrifice. Click on the photo to read more about it.
Whenever people ask me why I write horror, I show them this photo my wife took. It's the view from our back door.
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