England’s Wychwood Forest abounds in haunted tales of visitors who feel hands reaching out to touch their shoulders or hear the thunder of invisible horses. It’s enough to make your spine tingle at the slightest rustle in the leaves. But for every traveler who shies away, there’s another intrigued by that kind of mystery—and the thrill that comes with going deep into the haunted woods. It’s a chance to be an explorer, and any brush with the supernatural makes you feel all the more alive.
Brom: Now if you doubt this tale is so- I met that spook just a year ago. Now I didn't stop for a second look- But made for the bridge that spans the brook. For once you've crossed that bridge, my friend - The ghost is through His power ends
Firewatch - Mats Petersson Misty Forest The 30 Most Beautiful Nature Photography - organic adventure in the wild through a forest of evergreen trees in the fall autumn through fog like a hippie boho bohemian black and white silhouette photo through fog
The world’s most-photographed phantom castle is Dounarwyse-a 13th century ruin on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. It’s said to appear like clockwork-so regularly it’s a simple matter to calculate a sighting. In daylight its nothing but a few crumbling bricks. Above:the most evocative shot of it ever taken, by Leszek Bujnowski."Hoax or Smoking Gun? 1880-2008"