This astonishing photo was taken by photographer Neil Sandbach in 2006. He was taking some pictures at Tewin Bury farm in Hertfordshire, England, for friends of his who were planning to get married there. When looking at the photograph on his computer later, he found an ethereal and ghostly childish figure standing in the corner of the barn. Neil does not recall anyone, child or adult, being in the vicinity at the time. The friends he took the pictures for later ask
Lafayette Cemetery, Lafayette, OR. The cemetery has a few ghosts, but the most prevalent is that of a woman who was hung for being a witch. The night before her hanging she cursed the town and said that it would burn to the ground three times. So far the town has burned to the ground twice! Those who have come across the witch's ghost in the cemetery have reported being chased away while she screams and lashes out at them, and victims have scars on their backs as proof of the attacks.
At the very northern tip of Oregon, Astoria is full of major ghost stories of one sort or another. That's no surprise, considering it's the oldest settlement west of the Mississippi, and its history is rich with cutthroat maritime intrigue, a smattering of battles between the U.S., the English and the natives, and dozens of barely literate tribes of Europeans settled here early on.
Haunted Helena: St. Charles Hall at Carroll College This college is not only haunted by the history of the deaths here, but also of the haunts that still haunt here. The infamous 4th story boys bathroom in St Charles’ Hall is one of such fame. It started when a young male student tripped and hit is head on a sink. He died of a cerebral hemorrhage. The hauntings in this bathroom were considered so intense that the bathroom has been sealed up. It wasn’t just the haunting. It was the appearance o…