Ghosts and the paranormal have always fascinated enthusiasts and experts alike, and the latest bone-chilling video, shared by a family after taking a trip to Gettysburg, will leave you questioning everything...
What a way to top off 2020...Ghosts.
And we're not talking about a Scooby-Doo, 'man behind the mask' kind of ghost...We're here for the real thing.
New Jersey resident, Greg Yuelling, and his family captured something spooky...
me pulling up to the Gettysburg ghost tour tomorrow night https://t.co/nXIO2f3fra— Caitlin ✵ (@Caitlin ✵)1573268885.0
Whether you're a sceptic or a believer, there's no doubt you've questioned the possibility of paranormal beings at least once or twice.And if you said no, you're lying.
There have been countless cases of paranormal activity here in America, and a lot of people seek the help of online forums, like Reddit, to ask for advice.Are these proof that there's life beyond the grave?
I don't know what people expect from abandoned asylums...
"Ghost captured at the Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas."
via: Reddit"Very old hotel. These pics were sent to me by a bartender that works there. Pretty awesome if you ask me."
Some pictures just shouldn't be uploaded to the internet...
"I'm the girl in the foreground, I was there at 6 pm, so the sun had gone down, I took a picture with my friends and went home."
via: Reddit"Later I realized that a too pale figure was looming that was not there when I looked. By the way, the photo was taken in a medical school, inside a hospital, near the morgue." I'd demand to be homeschooled from now on.
"I am a photographer and I took this photo with my phone late at night from the window of my new apartment."
via: Reddit"I didn't think much of it until the day after when I edited it for my Instagram account.. Something was "wrong".. I took this photo around 1am and the streets were completely empty.."
This is a little more comforting...
Most users thought this was a picture of a cat in the window...
via: RedditOne user wrote: "And I might add the face does not look friendly."
"What do you think of this? Taken at an apparently haunted mental asylum."
via: RedditPersonally, I think people should just stop.
One Reddit user pointed out something pretty consistent with these kinds of pictures..."The thing about ghost photos is that no one ever takes a super clear image of anything that could be a ghost. When people show pictures of 'ghosts' they all tend to have the same profile, random shot (hardly ever taking another shot in the same place again), in a fairly low resolution (a lot of the time the resolution of an old 110 cartridge film is higher then what people take pictures in with mobile phones), with a basic flash, in a JPEG format (normally set to standard, which is great for taking selfies and portraits, not so good for trying to photograph ghosts), and with settings in automatic." He's got a point.
One of the latest paranormal occurrences was captured by a family in the battleground of Gettysburg.A man says he captured video footage of the ghosts while taking his family to visit the famous Civil War battle site.
The forty-six-year-old said he took his family “to learn more about the history of the Civil War and see the old battleground where the Gettysburg Address was given."
Gettysburg National Military Park ~ September 2020. #gettysburg #landscape #civilwar #history #pennsylvania… https://t.co/LlCQQVmh3R— J.R. Alcyone (@J.R. Alcyone)1599595310.0
He had seen a few shapes “the size of humans," and decided to record...
via: Facebook“It was scary, it was crazy. My uncle got so scared he rolled up the window," he said.
He watched the video “over and over again," and even zoomed in to get a closer look, as he couldn't believe his eyes.
via: Facebook“It was really exciting, but I also got this strange, ominous feeling, like something was telling me to go back there," Yuelling said. "I couldn't go to sleep but I was creeped out, so I didn’t go."
In June 1863 more than 51,000 Americans were killed, wounded, or missing due to the civil war.
via: Facebook“I always questioned the validity of those ghost videos you see on TV, I was always pretty disbelieving," Yuelling said, adding: “I believe everything now."