Kerri Liles posted an intriguing image on Facebook about two weeks ago of what appears to be a humanoid shape in the clouds. She and her family were on an airplane traveling back to Houston, Texas from Washington on Sunday May 14, when her seven-year-old son captured the photo through the plane’s window.
As the location that inspired The Shining, the Stanley Hotel is notorious for bizarre and unexplained paranormal activity. Each of its 140 rooms holds a secret, each of its walls tells a story. But is that unassuming hotel in Estes Park, Colorado really haunted by the ghosts of its past residents?
A rather curious image has surfaced courtesy Erica Gregory and the Worsley Paranormal Group, based in Worsley, England. While investigating the haunted Turton Tower last week, the group claims to have collected a number of Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP), as well as the image above.
The long history of spirit photography is littered with hoax and fakery, but perhaps there’s truth in at least one of these famous ghost photographs. What do you believe?
Ectoplasm is an extraordinary substance once believed to be exuded from physical mediums during seances in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. It appeared as a manifestation of white and often slimy or cloth-like material, including faces and body parts, originating from within the medium’s own body. Ectoplasmic Origins The word itself, ectoplasm, comes from …