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Ghost Photo: Canterbury Cathedral

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Ghost Photo: Canterbury Cathedral

Legend has it a number of spirits haunt the 1,400-year-old Canterbury Cathedral in Kent, England. Does one appear in these photos?

Canterbury Cathedral Hauntings

Canterbury’s ghostly roster includes an unidentified monk, a nun sealed in the walls, murdered bishop Simon Sudbury, and a servant who poisoned her master’s food, among others.

A reader took these photos at Canterbury Cathedral and captured what seems to be a dark figure and gray mist. What do you think of the images?

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Ghost Photo: Beach Spirit

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Ghost Photo: Beach Spirit

In 1892, a young woman named Kate Morgan committed suicide at the beachfront Hotel del Coronado near San Diego, California. Legend has it her spirit lingers at the hotel and nearby beach. Read the full story here.

This photo comes from a family who vacationed at the Hotel del Coronado last October. Is the bluish blur in the center the ghost of the long-dead Kate? Or is it merely illuminated smoke?

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Ghost Photo: Apparition in the Attic

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Ghost Photo: Apparition in the Attic

This photo from Reddit’s r/paranormal reportedly shows a ghostly figure in the upper window. What do you think? From the original submission:

In 2002, my grandfather was moving out of the house my family had lived in for three generations.

Before officially moving out, he held a yard sale where EVERYTHING was out of the house. No kitchenware, no chairs, no tables, nothing. On the last day of the sale, when barely anything was left, one of my family members noticed a light in the attic window.

As you can see in the picture, it was a pretty cloudy day, and because of the sale, there was literally nothing in the house. No mirrors to reflect light, no lamps or ceiling fans. It was totally empty.

We’ve always thought it (the figure in the upper window) looks like a man in a suit with a bow tie. We found a picture of my great-grandfather on his wedding day and it looks pretty identical.”

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Ghost Photo: The Shadow

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Ghost Photo: The Shadow

Taken at an abandoned tuberculosis hospital in Allen County, Ohio, this photo reportedly shows a shadow person. Do you think it’s real?

The hospital closed in 1972, but some locals believe the patients who died there are still around. Eerie activity includes rhythmic pounding sounds, shadowy figures that drift through walls, and disembodied screams.

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Ghost Photo: The Figure in White

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Ghost Photo: The Figure in White

Taken in a South Carolina graveyard, this photo appears to show a ghostly figure standing in the background. See more details here. What do you make of the image?

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True Ghost Story: Kunekune

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True Ghost Story: Kunekune

In Japan, there lives the legend of kunekune, a wiggly white figure that appears in rice fields on hot summer days. Similar to Slender Man, the kunekune is unnaturally tall and slender and kills anyone who comes too near. But is there truth to the creepy tale?

Legend has it kunekune appears in secluded places like rice fields, mountains, or even the open sea and resembles fine cloth or a paper mannequin. The eerie figure is normally white and wispy, though it is sometimes black and solid.

Whatever form it takes, the kunekune flails about unnaturally, as if pushed and pulled by endless gusts of wind, even on still, calm days. When seen from a distance, the kunekune is harmless. However, those who come too close will lose their minds or abruptly die from shock. Or so the stories go.

The following story appears online and describes two boys’ strange encounter with a kunekune.

“This is a true story my brother told me. One day, when he was a child, my brother went to play at his friend Akira’s house. It was a nice day, but they didn’t feel like playing outside, so they stayed indoors.

While the were playing, Akira suddenly stood up and went to the window. Puzzled, my brother followed him and followed Akira’s gaze to a rice field outside. There, he saw a man.

The man was dressed in pure white and stood completely still. My brother asked Akira who the man was and what he was doing, but before his friend could answer, the man began to move.

At first, it seemed the man in white was dancing, but there was something very wrong about the way he moved. He bent and flopped and swayed as if there were no bones in his body. He twisted and jerked as if buffeted by typhoon-force winds, but there wasn’t the slightest breeze outside.

My brother and Akira watched the figure for several minutes, silent and awe-struck. After about 15 minutes, the bending, twisting figure faded away. My brother ran home after that, and he and Akira never spoke of the incident. He only told me the story once and refused to talk about it again.

I can’t help but wonder what my brother and his friend saw. Was there something unnatural in the field that day, or were their eyes playing tricks on them? I guess I’ll never know.”

What do you think? Is the kunekune real or are the tales nothing more than Internet memes?

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