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Stuck in Quarantine? Creepy Webcams to keep you busy

We’re rounding up the spooky webcams dedicated to catching a glimpse of all sorts of paranormal beings from the comfort of your own home.

With the world in lock down as we attempt to battle the spread of coronavirus, there’s no better time to take up that hobby you’ve always wanted to sink your teeth into, whether that be knitting, learning a new language… or even ghost hunting!

And while we aren’t currently able to physically venture out to haunted sites, there are countless websites dedicated to hosting webcams that live stream areas that are known to be hot spots for paranormal activity from ghosts, leprechauns, fairies and more.

While “ghost cams” may seem like a product of today’s increasingly digitally-reliant world, such websites were actually pretty popular in the early days of the internet, long before spooky reality shows like Ghost Hunters became a thing.

While many of the original ghost cams have faded into obscurity, some are still around, while other newer ghost cams are popping up every day from different locations across the world.

Check out just some of the spooky streams available across the web below, but beware — you may want to sleep with the light on tonight…

7 Creepy Haunted Webcams That Let You Ghost Hunt From Home

Willard Library


More than 110 years old, Willard Library is the oldest public library building in the state of Indiana and is said to be haunted by an entity called “the Grey Lady”. It’s one of the most well-known ghost cams and has been around since the early days of the internet.

The web cams are situated at the Haunted Stairwell, Children’s section and the Research area, with countless sightings of the Grey Lady being reported over the years.

The Leprechaun Watch

Streaming from a hidden location in a field in Tipperary, Ireland, the area in which this webcam is located is reportedly well known for magical associations, with many believing it’s the home of various leprechauns, sheeries, pookas and other Irish fairies.

Paris Catacombs

If the idea of a creepy underground tunnel tomb that contains millions of human remains located under the streets of Paris wasn’t creepy enough, you can now observe the unnerving area over it’s very own infrared webcam, where you can watch tour groups brave the ossuary, or even spot the ghosts of those whose remains lie within the depths of the catacombs.

Ordsall Hall

Located in Greater Manchester, Ordsall Hall is a “black and white half-timbered manor-house” that was first recorded in 1177.

Over the centuries it has served many families, including medieval gentry, Tudor nobles, an Earl, a butcher, a farmer, loyal Catholics, priests, artists and more — so it’s no wonder it’s known to be haunted.

One ghost said to  haunt the building is the “White Lady” aka Margaret Radcliffe, who was said to have died in 1599 of a broken heart when her twin brother, Alexander, died at sea. Apparently her spirit stayed behind, even after she died, waiting for her brother to return.

The Furman Theatre

Founded in 1826, Furman University is located in Greenville, South Carolina, with it’s 110-seat auditorium is still used as the primary space for the university’s theatrical performances, while reportedly being the site of several ghost sightings.

Knickerbocker Hotel 

Located in Linesville, Pennsylvania, visitors have reported hearing voices, seeing objects move, or feeling incredibly uneasy inside the Knickerbocker Hotel. This is reportedly due to one of the hotel’s owners, Peg Knickerbocker, being “sensitive to ‘higher vibrations’; just having her present seems to stimulate activity.”

Apparently, visitors have mentioned seeing the spirits of what turned out to be one of the hotel’s previous owners and her child, who died on the premises.


Apparently the site of a 100+ year-old Victorian house decked out with 18 webcams in order to catch paranormal activity, the website reads:

“The ghost are real. The people who lived here were also real at one time, and I am doing my best to find out who they were, and what their lives were like, and if it is they who visit the house. This is the purpose of the 18 live webcams.”

There are also EVP recordings on the website, along with interesting notes on the history behind the apparently haunted building.

Image: Blumhouse Productions

Hales Bar Dam

I haven’t made it here yet but have heard amazing things

Tennessee has always been a deceptive destination for those involved in the paranormal community. Shrouded in a sprawling expanse of forestry that is the Rocky Mountains, and divided by the seemingly endless network of rivers that dissect the land, the state has a tendency to appear untouched by civilization. If one takes the time to look closer though, beyond the facade of a state covered in uninhabited wilderness, a darker reality exists.

The grim truth of the matter is that Tennessee houses some of the country’s, and the world’s, most dangerously paranormal locations. For our purpose, however, we need only concern ourselves with the eerie building that sits on Lake Nickajack, Hales Bar Dam.

The Haunting Of Hales Bar Dam

When construction on the dam began in 1905, thousands of workers were brought into the area to help complete the project. Temporary homes were built on the water’s edge to serve as living quarters for them all, but as time went on these temporary homes became far less crowded than they began. This fact is entirely due to the fatality rate of the dam’s construction. Hundreds of men perished in the process of erecting the building and many, if not most of their bodies, are still entombed within the foundation to this day.

Believe it or not, though, the death toll associated with Hales Bar Dam isn’t to blame for its severe supernatural happenings.

The Hales Bar Dam Curse

Long before the dam was even theorized, back when the territory was a part of the Cherokee Nation, an Indian War Chief named Dragging Canoe cursed the land, condemning it to be unproductive and uninhabitable because of its “dark and bloody” nature. The dam’s construction was society’s first glimpse of the power of the curse.

Those who didn’t lose their lives building the structure gave accounts of what they experienced. Their accounts told of dark figures seen walking around inside the dam at all hours of the day, inhumane screams, floating apparitions, whispering voices, moving tools and equipment, and the spirits of numerous children whose bodies are said to be buried underneath the water.

Paranormal Activity

Such paranormal activity continues to persist to this very day, driving the current owners of Hales Bar Dam to begin allowing paranormal investigative teams to visit the property in hopes that they might be able to shed light on the haunting. Over the years, many investigators have corroborated the claims of the staff, of general visitors, and of the original construction crew members. A number of investigators and experts in the field have also offered a warning, saying that the little girl who claims to be buried in the water could very likely be a malevolent spirit. While we certainly hope that’s not the case, it is worth mentioning that dark forces have a tendency to mask themselves as the innocent in order to fool the living.

Needless to say, if you venture to Hales Bar Dam, keep your wits about you and prepare to experience the afterlife like never before.

Live Streaming “The Conjuring” House

I livestreamed the ‘Conjuring’ house; this is what I saw.


Last night, I had a virtual meeting with a ghost.

When someone mentions the title “paranormal investigator,” the first two names that may pop into your head are Ed and Lorraine Warren.

The Warrens of Monroe, Conn. conducted some of the most notable parnormal investigations in the mid-20th century, including the Amityville house in New York, and the Enfield poltergeist in London. However, one of their most infamous investigations was cemented in popular culture in 2013 when the film, ‘The Conjuring,” was released to the masses.

‘The Conjuring” follows the Warrens as they investigate a small 18th century country home in Harrisville, R.I., which is believed to be haunted by a witch who killed herself and her child in order to haunt any occupants who dared step foot in the house.

After exchanging hands many times though its contentious history, the house was purchased last year by Corey and Jennifer Heinzen, a couple of paranormal investigators who said that they couldn’t pass up on the opportunity of owning a haunted house.

A year later, after experiencing a wealth of paranormal activity, the couple has teamed up with the Dark Zone Network, a team of paranormal investigators on YouTube, to livestream the house for charity.

The livestream, which began on May 9 and continues through May 16, sees the family carry on with their lives while a set of 16 different cameras around the house attempt to capture any paranormal activity within the house.

Yesterday evening, I decided, against my better judgement, to sign up for the livestream in order to (hopefully) catch a glimpse a some sort of spirit or demonic entity.

Upon entering the livestream at 7:30 p.m., I was greeted by six different streams that I could watch: a multi-cam view, which had no audio, the center bedroom, the library, the dining room, the basement and the Dark Zone stream, all of which had audio.

I found myself drawn to the multi-cam video as the multi-cam view had a stream to nine of the cameras in the house, giving me an unprecedented view of the whole house.

What seemed boring at first quickly became interesting as some of the cameras were picking up what seemed to be orbs of light. Many in the chatroom to the right of the screen were quick to point out that the family has stated that the house is particularly dusty and has many insect visitors, which may explain why sudden orbs will appear frequently, especially near entrances in the house.

However, one room on the multi-cam that seemed to break this trend was the Center bedroom, which would become the hotbed for activity throughout the night. I believe I saw an orb or two on that channel, however, what struck me as odd was the sudden flashes of light that would disrupt the video. These flashes would later become important as Corey Heinzen detailed that people visiting the upstairs bedroom would complain of flashing lights without a source.

Around 9:00 p.m., Corey and some fellow ghost hunters who were visiting the house decided to communicate with the spirits in that room through a spirit box.

A spirit box uses white noise to communicate with spirits. Typically, the spirit box is an old radio that tunes into either an FM or AM frequency and can be manipulated by the spirit.

Upon communicating with the sprits, the paranormal investigators were able to get a spirit to identify itself as “Marcus,” who said he was 200 years old and was nervous.

I was a little hesitant to believe this as the radio could pick up a muffled channel that, at the right time, could air something that resembled an answer. However, what sent chills down my spine was when Corey asked how the sprit died.

I heard as clear as day: “water.”

It is believed that Bathsheba, the witch at the center of the original haunting, drowned her child.

The spirit continued to talk through the spirit box for some time, saying it was “sad” and “stuck” in the house. Also, when provoked to swear by the researchers, the ghost said in a muffled voice: “f*** you.” While this segment still made me hesitant to believe they were actually communicating with a spirit named “Marcus,” I was still shook up from hearing the answer of “water.”

After the spirit box session, I took a peek at some of the other cameras, and noticed for a brief second a small garden snake in the basement, which the family said is a normal occurrence. Snakes are often associated with demons, which made me shake in my boots when the basement camera suddenly turned blue and shut down.

Call it a technological malfunction or an angry spirit, many in the chat were thinking that the demonic spirit of Bathsheba was angry and decided to play with the camera.

At 10:30 p.m., famed radio host Jim Church, host of the popular radio show “Fade to Black,” sat down with the family for an interview to discuss the haunting associated with their house, and some of the strange occurrences that have happened to the Heinzen family while living there.

The interview proved to be perhaps the most enlightening aspect of the evening. Corey and Jennifer Heinzen detailed that they have been paranormal investigators for close to a decade, however, it was an odd experience doing an investigation in their own house.

“We’d be lying if we said we weren’t scared,” said Corey  during the interview.

“We’ve been told by many psychics that the house is coming alive,” Jennifer chimed in.

The Heinzens detailed some of the strangest experiences they’ve had in the house, including doors that suddenly open, and flashing lights in the center bedroom of which Corey Heinzen believes it to be “inter-dimensional.”

The highlight of the almost two-hour interview came when the family told Church about a box that they had found in the basement, which contained a child’s drawing of a hanging woman with a bent neck, and her tongue hanging out.

When the family showed the drawing to the camera, chills went down my spine again as I stared into the eyes of what is perhaps a child’s drawing of a demonic entity.

Needless to say, I had my fill for the evening but my curiosity lingered as I slowly drifted to sleep on top of my laptop.


While I appreciated the fact that funds from the livestream went to a charity benefiting COVID-19 relief, I remember thinking that this was mostly a money grab at $19.99 for a whole week of livestreams.

Many of these occurrences that I witnessed, including the flickering lights and orbs of light, can be chalked up to natural things, such as dust and bugs, or simply optical illusions.

That said, I am not fully convinced that the house does not host some form of spirit or spirits. There were a plethora of weird occurrences, such as the voice saying “water,” that were extremely eerie in nature. Additionally, things that happened in the livestream line up perfectly with the history of house; making me question: what is real, and what is simply unexplainable?

I’m not even going to get into the fact that my girlfriend shot up in bed next to me at 3:33 a.m., which is said to be the Devil’s Hour.

Maybe I should do a paranormal investigation of my own house…

“The House” livestream will be broadcast live through May 16.

Nottingham’s “Haunted Museum” has a live stream and here’s what has been caught so far

Ghost-hunters have spoken of getting goosebumps while watching the recently launched 24-hour live stream of Nottingham’s Haunted Museum.

Fans of the popular Mapperley attraction, ranked the 27th most haunted location in the UK, have been tuning into the real-time footage by their thousands and sharing their best finds online.

Some have recounted seeing flying orbs, others a ghostly little boy and one viewer even took a recording of what she believes to be voices in the otherwise empty building in Woodborough Road (watch the clip below).


The footage is being streamed into living rooms across the globe via 12 new ‘ghost cams’, installed just over three weeks ago.

Paranormal enthusiast Stellar McKellar was watching the live stream from the Witches Altar Room on Sunday, May 10 at 11.12pm when she heard something rather spooky and decided to capture it on camera.

She told Nottinghamshire Live: “It starts with two faint footsteps and dust (maybe an orb?) which looks like it goes into the spirit box [an audio device used to help spirits interact with mortals].

“Through the spirit box a woman says ‘Prepare to die’. A man says something I can’t make out then ‘Get her ready to die’.”

Fellow ghost-hunter Jamie Gregory was freaked on his first viewing. He said: “First time I logged in I saw a dark figure in the auditorium. Freaky.”

Charlotte Munn, of Rainworth, watches the stream every night with her partner and captured a white object move down an aisle in the old cinema’s auditorium [watch in main image].

She said: “When we saw this we thought it looked a little bit different to what we normally see… I know some people are sceptical about it but everyone has their beliefs. I just thought it was interesting.”

Commenting on her findings, fellow viewers believed it to be the ghost of a little boy.

The Haunted Museum opened in July 2018, with tourists travelling from all over the country to see its creepy collection of artefacts in person.

Starting from the top of the building, the attic is decked out like a Victorian bedroom, a ploy called the Singapore Theory in which items are left to help spirits feel at home and stimulate paranormal activities.

Elsewhere in the Woodborough Road museum is Cecil the mummified cat, which has been known to meow, and Frank the genuine human skeleton.

There is also a torture room, morgue, chapel and a room dedicated to a possessed doll called Martha, who apparently is no fan of boys.

Quarantine makes for spikes in paranormal activity

People stuck in haunted homes during quarantine report rise in ‘spooky’ happenings

Coronavirus is spooky enough — but try living through the lockdown in a house that’s haunted.

The unlucky residents of homes believed to have ghosts and ghouls rattling around say they have no way to keep themselves socially distant from the spirit world — and have been subjected to an extra dose of paranormal activity during the coronavirus quarantine.

Believers say they’re experiencing everything from books flying off shelves to creepy “cold brushes” of air and pets behaving strangely.

“The more I’m stuck in this house, the more there’s a feeling,” said Kurt Schleicher, 56, of Tampa, Fla., who has been forced to stay at home during coronavirus in the notorious house where killer Victor Licata slaughtered his parents, three siblings and the family pooch in 1933.

“You notice all of these weird [supernatural] things when you normally wouldn’t. And there’s so much time to think about how scary they are.”

Schleicher told The Post he’s been trying to share the home peacefully with its spectral occupants amid the lockdown.

“I guess you could say I’m getting to know my roommates,” he said. “They left this earth in stressful way — they were murdered while they slept — and their time was cut short, so I understand where they’re coming from.”

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Schleicher, who bought the abode because he was a “non believer,” now says he may have been dead-wrong that ghosts don’t exist.

“My dog, a boxer, has been sitting in the bedroom where the mother was murdered and barking at the wall for no reason. It’s not in his nature,” he said. “In the bathroom, you can feel a coldness come over you, a cold brush of something walking by.”

In Los Angeles, Adrian Gomez has also been dealing with ghosts during the city’s lockdown. He recently heard a doorknob in his home rattling “vigorously” — and saw a window shaking so hard he thought it was an earthquake — making him think the house was haunted while stuck in quarantine, according to The New York Times.

“I’m a fairly rational person,” said Mr. Gomez, 26, told the paper. “I try to think, ‘What are the reasonable, tangible things that could be causing this?’ But when I don’t have those answers, I start to think, ‘Maybe something else is going on.’”

In Indonesia, an official has begun punishing quarantine violators by locking them in abandoned homes that are believed to be haunted, according to AFP.

“If there’s an empty and haunted house in the village, put people in there and lock them up,” said Kusdinar Untung Yuni Sukowati, head of the Sragen Regency.

Brent Underwood, 32, who lives in the western ghost town of Cerro Gordo, Calif, has also had run-ins with phantom-like creatures, he said.


In the middle of the night, books recently flew off of his shelf, which a visiting ghost hunter blamed on two child ghosts living in his closet, he said.

“It’s particularly challenging during quarantine because I can’t have anyone else here with me for comfort,” he said. “When you’re alone, it’s even more frightening,” he said. “This is ridiculous, but I sleep with a golf club, and with the living room light on.”

Spooky Louisiana home

Ghost hunters say they ‘ran out’ of Louisiana property compared to The Amityville Horror house after seeing a ‘black mass’ that drained their energy and gave them chest pains

  • Ghost hunter Greg Matlock says after he called out for a sign of a spirit in the house, a door slowly swung open 
  • Fellow ghost hunter Cindy Parr said a ghost had switched off the lights and drained energy in their devices
  • The duo who have hunted ghosts for 20 years, claim it is the worst place they have stayed in 
  • The house was listed for free on Facebook in March and it’s claimed the owner’s great-grandmother haunted it
  • The Louisiana home that has been compared to the Amityville Horror House 

Two ghost hunters in Louisiana have said they ran out of a home that has been compared to Amityville Horror after they were spooked by paranormal activity.

Dawn Vallot Declout listed the 1930s property for free in March, and locals claimed that the owner’s great-grandmother Adele haunts the place. On a recent visit, Cindy Parr and Greg Matlock appeared to confirm the dead may be among them.

It footage obtained by The Sun, the pair – who have hunted ghosts for 20 years – are heard reacting in surprise as they get a spook.

In the clip, Matlock is heard calling out down a hallway for a sign of spirit’s presence and in response a door slowly swings open.

Ghost hunter Greg Matlock and Cindy Parr (right) say they were spooked out of the home

The two-story home was built in the late 1920s to 1930s and housed several generations of a family over the years. Matlock says he called out for a sign of another spirit in the house and in response the door slowly swung open

Adele (pictured in 1900, left, and in an updated image, right) died in the home at age 90

He is then heard apologizing and says there’s definitely something there.

Parr explained that prior to the video, they had already performed another test.

‘On the second day, we actually went in and stayed the night, it killed five of our batteries, they feed off the energy,’ Parr told The Sun. ‘We asked for a sign if it wanted us to leave, and it shut down a light, we were like, okay, but we didn’t leave yet.

‘The bedroom door that was Ms Adele’s, that opened up and then closed. It is definitely haunted, it was very creepy.’

Adele was 4ft 9in when she died at 90 but the ghost hunters hinted someone else may have been around.

Matlock described a 2am encounter, saying: ‘I turned into the room and saw this black mass standing there, it wasn’t a shadow or anything like that, it was pretty wide.

‘I don’t think it was the older lady, I think it was something totally different, the figure was bigger and stood about 6ft.

‘It started to turn and I just thought, “Oh no” and ran out, I was done, it was unbelievable, everything just slowed down.

Former residents of the home said that they experienced paranormal activity while living in it


Cindy Parr said the ghost ‘killed five of our batteries, they feed off the energy’. Parr also said when they asked for a sign  and if it wanted them to leave, ‘it shut down a light’

‘It wasn’t just me seeing it, it was what I felt when it was there, you could feel the power, it was bad, not a good situation to be in at all.

‘We got out and I was definitely exhausted, it draws energy from you, my chest was even hurting.’

The duo prayed after the incident and began to make their way home but changed their minds and went back inside the house.

There they experienced another spooky incident.

‘We could hear scratches on the walls, growls, it even started to smell like urine upstairs, that’s not just your average ghost, that’s something really bad,’ Matlock added.

‘It was like watching Amityville Horror on TV, but we were living it. That house is definitely the worst house I’ve ever been in.

Dawn Vallot DeClout said her relatives built the house and that she lived there up until the 1980s. She is Adele’s great granddaughter

‘I want to see what happens when someone else lives in it, I don’t think they’re going to be able to stay.’

Despite the history, there is a new owner who will move the house about 20 miles away. It could cost as much as $80,000 to move.

Sylvia McLain, the co-owner of McLain Investments, posted pictures of the house, located in Lafayette, Louisiana, on Facebook in March, saying it was up for grabs, gratis, to anyone who was willing to pick up the house and move it off the land.

She wrote that the ‘iconic home’ was built in the late 1920s to early 1930s and that it had been unoccupied for the last six months, but was ‘vacated due to development,’ after her company bought the land.

‘We have concentrated our efforts and development cost in saving as many of the trees as possible and simply do not have a place in the neighborhood for the home,’ she wrote.

‘In an effort save the history’ of it, she said her company decided to give away the home to someone willing move it off the property and restore it.

The home, she noted, ‘needs some TLC,’ but had two working air conditioners.

The Facebook post attracted hundreds of comments from people interested in taking the 2,400-square-foot house – as well as a slew of notes from former home residents and locals who noted that the house is haunted.

One of Adele’s relatives said that while living in the house, she would hear the sound of pots jangling on the stove, even though nobody was in the kitchen. Adele (seated) is pictured with her family in an undated image

Locals are said to compare the house to the ‘Amityville horror house’ – the Long Island home where a man murdered his parents and four siblings while they slept in 1974, which was later said to have been haunted after the slaughter occurred.

One Facebook user, Gypsy Dawn, claimed to have been the last tenant that lived there before it was abandoned. ‘The property was heaven but that house is quite unsettling if you don’t enjoy communing with the Spirit world because they speak,’ she said.

Gary Alleman, meanwhile, wrote: ‘I experienced three things there that could not be explained and my friend that lived there had more than that. We actually experienced one together and we still talk about it.’

Although neither of the former residents specified exactly what happened, a woman who grew up in the home revealed her experiences.

Dawn Vallot DeClout, told the Mirror that her family bought the 160-acre plot of land the house stands on in 1860 and that her great grandmother, Adele, died in the front room in 1967. DeClout and her family lived in the house until the 1980s.

Adele, DeClout said, ‘lived to be almost 90 and she was always digging in the pots, like when you have something on the stove and someone goes and looks in the pot and stirs it around.’

DeClout said that her family believes that it’s Adele’s spirit that’s haunting the house, but that she’s ‘not menacing at all.’

She said that while her family lived in the home, ‘we used to hear her all the time jangling the pots when we had something on the stove’ and added that ‘You could hear somebody picking up the lid but there was nobody in the kitchen.’

McLain told the newspaper that she had heard the haunted house rumors, calling them ‘really cute stories.’

US Paranormal Investigators Share Footage From “Haunted” House That Even They Refuse To Re-Enter

US Paranormal Investigators Share Footage From “Haunted” House That Even They Refuse To Re-Enter

US Paranormal Investigators Share Footage From “Haunted” House That Even They Refuse To Re-Enter

Here’s one for lovers (and haters) of all things cursed: Two paranormal investigators in Louisiana have reportedly come across a haunted house that they’ve compared to the real-life case that inspired the iconic flick Amityville Horror.


Cindy Parr and Greg Matlock, this generation’s Ed and Lorraine Warren, were called by the homeowner to investigate the spooky old house that’s believed to be haunted by the owner’s great-grandmother Adele.

In footage obtained by The Sun, the pair – who’ve been in the ghost-hunting business for 20 years – freak the fuck out upon coming in contact with an evil entity.

In the clip, Matlock is heard calling out down a hallway for a sign of the spirit’s presence, and in response, a door slowly swings open. He then apologises and says there’s definitely something there.

Parr explained that prior to the video, they had already performed another test which determined that the place is “definitely haunted.”

“On the second day, we actually went in and stayed the night, it killed five of our batteries, they feed off the energy,” Parr told the publication. “We asked for a sign if it wanted us to leave, and it shut down a light, we were like, okay, but we didn’t leave yet.”

And get this, Adele’s bedroom door “opened up and then closed,” leading them to believe that the place is “very creepy” and “definitely haunted.”

Now, Adele was quite small and frail when she passed at 90, so the ghost hunters believe someone else must have been around as well.

Matlock described a 2am encounter, saying: “I turned into the room and saw this black mass standing there, it wasn’t a shadow or anything like that, it was pretty wide.”

“I don’t think it was the older lady, I think it was something totally different, the figure was bigger and stood about 6ft,” he added.

“It started to turn and I just thought, ‘Oh no’ and ran out, I was done, it was unbelievable, everything just slowed down.”

He adds that he could “feel the power” from the spirit, adding that “it was bad.”

“We got out and I was definitely exhausted, it draws energy from you, my chest was even hurting,” he said.

Scared for their lives, the duo said their prayers and got the heck out of dodge, but on their way home, they changed their minds and returned to the house, where they experienced yet another spooky encounter.

“We could hear scratches on the walls, growls, it even started to smell like urine upstairs, that’s not just your average ghost, that’s something really bad,” Matlock added.

“It was like watching Amityville Horror on TV, but we were living it. That house is definitely the worst house I’ve ever been in.”

Dawn Vallot DeClout, the owner of the house and Adele’s great granddaughter, said her relatives built it in the 1930s and that she lived there up until the 1980s.

“I want to see what happens when someone else lives in it, I don’t think they’re going to be able to stay,” the sadistic-ass woman said.

So what now? Well, a new owner has purchased the home (fools!) and intends to move the house 20 miles away so as to avoid the entity.

New owners, if you’re reading this: As someone who knows a thing or two about spiritual entities, I can guarantee it’s not just attached to your land, it’s immersed itself into the walls of the house. Moving it only spreads the problem, it won’t make it go away.

Call a priest and stock up on sage – I beg of you.

Florida’s most haunted bridge

You Might See A Ghost On This Eerie Hike To ‘Florida’s Most Haunted Bridge’

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If you want to take a spooky adventure, the Panhandle is home to one of the most haunted destinations in Florida. Bellamy Bridge near Tallahassee is considered as “Florida’s Most Haunted Bridge.” This creepy structure is known for its ghostly history and surreal surroundings.

You can discover this bone-chilling structure on the Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail. This unique hike is half a mile long and leads brave visitors to the abandoned spot. While you cannot cross it, you’ll get major supernatural vibes while you explore the pathway that leads through the Upper Chipola River swamp. 

This eerie spot was featured in the film The Ghost of Bellamy Bridge, which details the eerie history of Elizabeth Jane Bellamy. She died young in Jackson County in May 1837, leaving behind her husband, Samuel Bellamy.

Overcome by grief, Samuel took his life 15 years after his wife’s untimely death. Legend has it that Elizabeth’s ghost haunts the bridge to this day, walking endlessly through the swamp in desperate search of her husband.

The story goes that she eternally wanders the area, hoping to be reunited with Samuel and find peace together. Past visitors claim to have seen mysterious lights, while some believe they saw the silhouette of a young woman wearing white

You can face your fears at this chilling place on the Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks held each year around Halloween. You may be visited by Elizabeth’s spirit on this terrifying tour that features the historic crossing, built back in 1914. @wander.dessembedded via 

These swamplands are super trippy, with bright colors that will make you feel like you’re looking through a kaleidoscope. These harsh hues enhance the paranormal feel of the place, almost as if you’ve stumbled into another dimension where the dead roam. @floridaexploredembedded via 

This creepy trail hidden deep in the Pandhandle can give you a good scare. If you’re fearless, go at dusk and look closely — you may even see a ghost. 

The Bellamy Bridge

Price: Free

Address: 4057 Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail, Marianna, FL

Why You Need To Go: Travel to this haunted bridge if you think you’re brave enough. 

Wales abandoned and most haunted asylum

Pool Parc Manor was used as an overspill for the North Wales Hospital and has a spooky reputation

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Eerie pictures show inside of North Wales’ ‘most haunted’ asylum

Pool Parc Manor was used as an overspill for the North Wales Hospital and has a spooky reputation

Pool Parc in Ruthin (Image: Azz Lennox)

Eerie pictures have emerged of one of North Wales’ “most haunted” asylums.

Ghost hunters have previously been warned to stay away from Pool Parc in Ruthin over fears the building is dangerous.

But images, taken recently have surfaced on social media showing the 200-year-old site in rack and ruin.

Paranormal investigators claim is possessed by an aggressive spirit and carries an evil energy with some even claiming they’ve been attacked by spooks there.

The former country estate and asylum was bought by Roberts Homes in 1992 with plans to turn it into a “care village.”

The Grade II listed building is said to be haunted (Image: Azz Lennox)

But the development was not pushed forward and the company put the manor house and 29 acres up for sale in 2018 for offers in the region of £2.5m.

The company suggested it could be an “exciting holiday development” for potential buyers but at the moment, it currently lies dormant.

The Grade II listed building which is surrounded by thick woodland, has since been secured in a bid to stop trespassers.

Pool Parc dates back to the 16th Century when it was home to the Salesbury family.

Eerie pictures show the building left in disrepair
Eerie pictures show the building left in disrepair (Image: Azz Lennox)

It was later rebuilt for William Bagot, 2nd Baron Bagot, in the 1820s.

However it was apparently lost in a bet at the races by the Bagot family and was later sold to the District Health Authority in 1937, becoming a convalescent home and then an asylum, used as an overspill for the (also said to be haunted) North Wales Hospital in Denbigh before finally closing in 1989.

Old pictures show it was once a magnificent property with Gothic inspired architecture and an ornate carved oak central staircase as the centrepiece.

Elaborate wall wood panelling, unique fireplaces and a half-timbered facade ensured that this mansion became a luxury and impressive country manor.

It was later rebuilt for William Bagot, 2nd Baron Bagot, in the 1820s.
It was later rebuilt for William Bagot, 2nd Baron Bagot, in the 1820s. (Image: Azz Lennox)

But the images sent to North Wales Live, which have been viewed more than 60,000 times, show it in a state or disrepair.

Over the years, the site has been visited by ghost hunters and paranormal investigators who have described a variety of unexplained encounters.

One claimed stones had been thrown and another said they developed random bruising to their face.

There has also been reports of unexplainable noises and shadowy figures at the property.

Pool Parc was closed in 1989
Pool Parc was closed in 1989 (Image: Azz Lennox)

Steve Gonsalves has never seen a ghost

Ghost hunting has become a kind of subgenre of reality TV, and there are fans flocking to the series that promise up-close-and-personal encounters with the paranormal. With multiple shows taking slightly different perspectives, the basic premise remains constant. A team of ghost hunters investigates some kind of abnormal occurrences and captures it all on film. The result is a thrilling ride for viewers who are left wondering what’s real about the encounter. 

Steve Gonsalves, who has a long resume of ghost-related positions, admits that he’s never seen a ghost. However, that hasn’t dampened his belief in their existence. 

Steve Gonsalves sitting, looking toward the camera
Steve Gonsalves | Michael Cogliantry/ Getty Images

Steve Gonsalves has played many ghost-related roles

Gonsalves has many ghost-related credits to his name. Perhaps most notably, he was a member of the team on the series Ghost Hunters from 2005 to 2014. That means that he spent nearly a decade investigating potential paranormal activity with a camera nearby to capture all that he found. He took that experience and spun it into a role on the lighthearted comedy Ghost Team, according to IMDb. This 2016 film starred Jon Heder and Justin Long and poked some fun at the career Gonsalves has built for himself, but his appearance in the film suggests he’s OK with the joke. 

More recently, Gonsalves has served as executive producer of the show Ghost Nation, a Travel Channel series that follows the now-familiar formula of sending in a team of investigators to see what’s up with various haunted locales. The show premiered in 2019 and is currently in season 2. Ghost Nation was designed to be a replacement for Ghost Hunters after it went off the air, but now the original series has returned and we’ll have to see if there are enough ghosts — and ghost-hungry viewers — to go around. 

Steve Gonsalves has never seen a ghost

You would think with more than a decade of experience searching some of the world’s most haunted locales, Gonsalves would be seasoned when it comes to spirit encounters. However, according to Fox News, Gonsalves admits that he has never seen a ghost. “What you would think of as the floating apparition, I’ve never seen that,” Gonsalves explained. 

This statement would seem to throw fuel on the fire for those who say the entire show is fake. Many critics believe that the creators manipulate what’s shown on-screen in order to make for a more spectacular entertainment experience. Some of the biggest critics of the show are real-life ghost hunters who don’t work in front of the cameras. While some of these academic-minded paranormal experts are upset by what they see as faked footage, others are mostly frustrated that the flashier television version is getting more attention and taking away their opportunities for speaking engagements. 

Steve Gonsalves still believes in ghosts

Despite never having actually seen a ghost himself, Gonsalves is convinced by his experiences with the different shows that there is something paranormal taking place. While he admits that he has never seen an “actual ghost,” that doesn’t mean he hasn’t had some freaky experiences. “I’ve seen a lot of things I can’t explain – objects moving, things falling that doesn’t make sense, smells, black masses, that sort of thing,” Gonsalves insists. 

Gonsalves also doesn’t just think it’s the spirits of the living that are haunting us from beyond the grave. “We do have an inhuman type of haunting, which is a little bit, never was it on Earth in living form, just an energy, and you could say that’s a demon . . . but it’s so rare that you don’t really have to worry about it unless you’re seeking it or you have some reason for it to attach to you. It’s not just going to come and get you,” Gonsalves went on. 

Dan Aykroyd and a new Travel Channel

Dan Aykroyd Takes on Hotel Paranormal Series for Travel Channel This Summer

Travel Channel has announced a new docuseries titled Hotel Paranormal exploring true stories of paranormal encounters.

Travel Channel has announced a new series titled Hotel Paranormal which is set to debut this summer. The show focuses on the stories of those who have allegedly come face-to-face with otherworldly hotel guests. Ghostbusters star Dan Aykroyd has been tapped to narrate each episode. Through ten hour-long episodes, the show will bring to life terrifying encounters with dramatic re-creations and paranormal expert insights.

The show will focus on a wide range of locations, covering grand hotels, highway motels and inns around the world. Saloon Media is producing the series for the network. Michael Kot and Betty Orr and Sarah Zammit are on board as producers, with Cathy Garland serving as the executive producer. Dan Aykroyd had this to say in a statement:

“As a longtime believer in ghosts, I think the incredible encounters we’re highlighting on ‘Hotel Paranormal’ will open up a lot of minds and hopefully break through some of the skepticism people carry about the paranormal. I’m excited to lend my voice to help bring viewers across the United States, these gripping real-life ghost stories, many of which take place in their own backyards.”

Even for those who might be skeptical about this sort of thing, Hotel Paranormal has one heck of a hook. Dan Aykroyd is a beloved actor who is closely associated with ghosts and things of the like, thanks to his work as Ray Stantz in the Ghostubsters movies. Aykroyd is set to reprise the role in next year’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

The premiere episode centers on a traveling salesman who checks into a motel where he documents poltergeist activity with his cell phone. After fleeing into the night, he becomes possessed by the spirit of a murderer and is in need of an exorcism. Another tale focuses on a teenager and his friends who, on a school trip to the Vatican, accidentally set an ancient evil free and suffer the consequences. Lastly, a third story sees a journalist hunting down a story in Connecticut when she checks into a historic New England inn and fights off a supernatural attack.

This joins a lineup of shows cut from the same cloth on the network, including Ghost AdventuresThe Dead Files and Destination FearHotel Paranormal is set to premiere on July 11 on the Travel Channel.