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Friday, November 30, 2012

Ghost Caught in Russian Museum Camera

Security cameras capture unexplained ghost activity in museum Tretiakovskaya Galery in Russia.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Haunted Moscow Tverskaya

If you want to meet a ghost and chat with spirits, you don’t need to travel to Transylvania. Just take a walk around Moscow, which has an arsenal of nerve-tingling myths and blood-chilling legends, and enjoys a reputation as one of Europe’s most mysterious and strange cities

We began our ghost trip with Moscow’s central street, Tverskaya, where a black cat is said to appear at midnight. Skeptics say that it is not a ghost but an ordinary stray cat, of which there are a great many in Moscow, and it is only natural that the animal chooses nighttime for its promenade: The street is not so busy at night. Critics also say there must be several black cats, not just one.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Russia's Haunted Kremlin

To commemorate the coronation of Czar Nicholas (something traditionally done at the Kremlin and not the capital of St. Petersburg) decorated mugs were given away free to all the people in attendance. The crowd swelled on the Khodinka Field where the giveaway would take place. As the wagons arrived with the mugs, the mass of people could not be held back. In the sudden surge of humanity hundreds were trampled to death. This event was also seen as an ill omen. The ghost of Ivan the Terrible was then seen again, this time on the second level of the lofty Ivan the Great bell tower of the Kremlin. Some say it resembled a shadowy outline of the ruler, others claim it was a full apparition with colorful robes. One account states it was holding a large baton and moving flames covered its face. Another ill omen for the new ruler.

These signs would prove themselves to be more than superstition. The ill fortunes of the last czar would be confirmed when he and his whole family were toppled from power by revolution and murdered in a basement in 1918 by the Red Guards ..

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Mysteries of the citade ( Russia)

Given this long history, it’s hardly surprising that the Kremlin is associated with many myths and legends. One of these suggests the site is haunted.

The most famous ghost stories about the Kremlin concern three leaders: Tsar Ivan the Terrible, who reigned Russia in the 16th century; Vladimir Lenin, who led the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution; and the notorious Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.

Some people say Ivan’s shadow can be seen and his footsteps heard in Kremlin’s Ivan the Great Bell Tower. There are also reports that his spirit visited the last tsar, Nikolay II and his wife, on the night before Nikolay’s coronation. This was viewed in some quarters as an omen that the Romanov royal dynasty would collapse.

Lenin is also thought to be a frequent ‘guest’ in the Kremlin. According to some historians, Lenin’s ghost was first seen by a security chief in October 1923, even though he was still alive at that time (he died three months later). The official wondered why Lenin came with no guards accompanying him, but he was told on the phone that in fact Vladimir Ilich was in Gorky at that moment.

Later, other witnesses came forward who saw Lenin in the Kremlin that night. And discrepancies in their accounts have only added to the mystery. Lenin was very ill at the time and couldn’t walk without a stick and moved very slowly, but those who claimed they saw him in the Kremlin that night said he had no stick and was walking very quickly.

But Joseph Stalin remains the most frequently seen Kremlin ‘shade’. Some say his ghost wants to ‘establish order’ in the country, and thus usually appears when Russia is hit by deepest crises. One of the signs that Stalin is stalking the Kremlin, legend has it, is when the room suddenly gets cold.
UFO above the Kremlin?

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Monday, November 26, 2012

Try Solve the Ghost photo

Sri Lanka where many atrocities have occurred. My father told me about the appearance of what seems to be a lady in the window of the house. I was quite shocked by the photo and wondered if you could shed any light on its authenticity?”

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

GHOST GIRL Gateway to Sri Lanka


Saturday, November 24, 2012

Sri Lankan Ghost ( uploaded by osanda1990)

its all about ghosts.....
in this video you will see ghosts caught into bottles do you think this is real

Friday, November 23, 2012

The Haunted TV

If there was a modern Bhutan ghost story, it must be the one woven around a television set on a ridge above Tsento village in Paro believed to be possessed. Tsento villagers say that it is the story of a talking machine that almost walked but didn’t, of an evil man’s ungratified soul that got into the TV set after his harrowing death, of an adamant ghost that beat all wizardry and exorcism by all maestro and professed-maestro exorcists and ghost-beaters.

According to locals, the possessed TV set in a village household continued to haunt the village making eerie nois­es – squawking and squealing – flashing images of horror even when it was left un­plugged. After it had brought ill luck, disease and death to the household, the TV set was sold to someone in the neigh­bourhood. The buyer not only got the machine at a generous price, but also inherited a host of misfortunes. The curse followed him everywhere, tugging at his sleeves, stick­ing on his shoe-sole, whizzing and whirling in his hat. That petrified, scared-to-death buyer then sold the machine to another man who received the set all intact, spruce and preen, with a fuming devil dwelling inside.

And so the ghostly TV babbled and wobbled and ca­pered, frightening adults and children alike in the entire village and its vicinity. The ghost reigned tall and dark, nameless and faceless, yet very much feared.

Then, at long last, an astrologer of fearsome repute was consulted. The revered and much celebrated astrolo­ger counselled the villagers to get rid of the bedeviled machine altogether. So, the frenzied and curse-laden machine had to go. It was taken to a cave faraway with befitting ceremony to give it a grand farewell. And there it lay, abandoned in the shel­tered quietude of a grotto high above the village for 20 years.

“You must not go up there. The accursed machine’s de­filed the entire hill. Devil will tag along with you wherever you go. You will go insane and die a brutal death.” That’s how the locals warn you. That’s how they caution any curious adventurer.

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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Bhutan Ghost encountered by Sabrina

Here’s why, a few days before we left the capital, one of the teachers had a book that said my region (Bumthang) was known for the most ghost sightings and spiritual activity. If you’re a close friend of mine, you know that’s the last thing I wanted to hear. I have experienced way too much paranormal activity in my lifetime and ghosts freak me out more than these stray dogs. There’s something about my aura that ghosts seem to like and sometimes they try to give me messages, which always scares the crap out of me and I’m not open to it. Most people don’t worry if their new home has a spirit roaming around, but I do based on my past experiences. I was angry that I found this out right before I was to about to live alone for a year and I wanted to throw the book out of the window. However, it was too late and off I was to ghost central Bhutan.

So there I was in the heartland of Bhutan ready to be brave and face some Bhutanese ghosts. I knew that I shouldn't get comfortable in my principals alter room because I might never want to leave. I reminded myself of the power of prayer and that I could pray for protection or try to pray them away, if I felt like there were any ghosts trying to hang out with me. I wasn’t surprised that I attracted myself to the most spiritual place in Bhutan, but how do I always get the ghosts? Seriously, does anybody know why?

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Nepal Haunted places

Sensational part found near devghat in Chitwan

According to the locals it is said that near the river some 4-5 old women comes and starts to dance by lightning fire in their body.
It was hard to believe it, but was true.

Dhapasi- Haunted By Spirits.

This is a place Situated in Dhapasi, Basundhara.
This is a tank used to store water.But No one goes there at night time, because it is said that some spirit of man roams around the water tank at night.

Scary Raniban

It is said that some unusual sounds are heard at the night time, some even say that they frequently hear a woman crying but when they go and look, they find nothing. It might be linked to the previous incident which had taken place here.

According to police, a girl was raped and murdered there, after the 2 days of incident the murderer was found hanged on the same tree

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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Ghost in newroad kathmandu

Here are 2 clarifications on the ghost incident held at newroad of nepal proving that there was no ghost.

The story began when the television team tried some experimentation at the :ghost house.” When people came to know about their activities, the news was multiplied with many guesses that ghost had thrown the cameraperson or he was beaten and so on. However, the team members Basu Satyal, Sanu Raja Maharajan and Vastu expert Madhav Mangal Joshi said that it was just a rumour and nothing as such actually happened. They did not provide clarification before due to the fear of getting blame from people for the incident. Now they have clearly admitted that nothing as such happened to them.

Likewise a year ago, “nanu “has formed an investigation team for unveiling the story about ghost house at newroad. Their video is also uploaded at youtube showing the ghost house. They also claim it to be free from any kind of such haunt.

Whatever may be the reason and truth, newroad had and now again fell into the blame of owning haunted ghost house. Still people living nearby the house, share their true stories of the ghost. It has been said that a girl during her ”GUFA” ceremony was dead in the house. Since then, she doesnt let anyone to buy the house or get others to have rented. This incident was a legendary moment experienced in this year 2012 and 2069. It is because it proves that though people have advanced so much, at some corner of their heart still believe on these supernatural powers.

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Monday, November 19, 2012

Ghost of Old Man

It was October, 1999, and I was studying in 8th standard, and I was by far the most logical and so-called scientific boy in the community. This incident happened in Bhadrapur, Nepal. I loved doing experiments and only believed in things which I experienced. But this October I was forced to believe that things exist even when not understood.

It was the time of Dussera festivals in Nepal when everyone at home was busy. Mom was cooking food for every one of us, including helpers at shop because of the long duties they had at shop. My sister was helping my mom and we had a good business of ready-made clothes. And I, for the time being, was more interested in reading comics sitting in the kitchen.

Then it suddenly appeared to me that some one walked away in front of my eyes. I didn't bother much as it was usual for helpers to come and take the stock from our godown near kitchen to shop. After almost five minutes passed, I was still reading and was thinking that particular person who went to fetch the stock is not returning. Why was he taking so much of time? Usually it was only two to three minutes and the person would return. But it was now clocking almost 10 minutes, and there was no sign of person returning.

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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Also known as Ram Bahadur Bomjon, the 16-year-old BB is a spiritual celebrity who disappeared into the jungles of Nepal in March and reappeared on Christmas day. (Notably, carrying a sword—on Christmas. “I came not to bring peace but a sword,” said Christ in Matthew 10.) The news is all over this kid.

Anyway, his followers believe BB is the reincarnation of Guatama Buddha, with the usual wild claims that congeal around child saints: that as a young boy he would never fight or kill an animal, he refused to eat anything but scraps, that he has been meditating for nearly a year eating nothing but herbs and water.

See him beneath the tree in his sacred grove?

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Happy Deepavali / Diwali दीपावली 屠妖节


Monday, November 12, 2012

Haunted Bhangarh Fort ( Ghost Town of Rajasthan )

The ruins of Bhangarh Fort in the Rajasthan state in India are known for being the most hunted place in this south Asian country. While it’s understandable that not all people believe in ghosts, there are warnings at all entry points to the Bhangarh Fort advising people not to venture into the city at night. In fear that something terrible could happen, some of the signs posted by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) not only advise against, but literally prohibit visitors from entering Bhangarh Fort at night. The sign reads in Indian language: “Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited.” If you are a ghost hunter or like visiting mysterious places, especially those known to be haunted by ghosts, then Bhangarh Fort deserves a solid spot on your “Must Visit Before I Die” list.

The Government of India wanted to put the myth of ghosts haunting the Bhangarh Ruin to rest by deploying the military to patrol the fort at night. However, none of the Indian military personnel dared to participate in this ghost busting operation because the belief that it’s haunted by ghosts is so deep. Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the official government body responsible for maintenance of monuments and ruins throughout the country officially recognizes the Bhangarh Fort as a place haunted by ghosts. Because of that, no accommodation if offered within the ruins and even the office of ASI was built at a safe distance from the fort, instead of within it as is the case of other similar sites.

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Sunday, November 11, 2012

the 2 Famous haunted places of Russia

It’s not surprising that Russia and its various regions are full of ghost stories, given the country’s long history and expansive geography. Here are stories of some of the most well-known hauntings in two of Russia’s most well-known locations.

1) The Kremlin And Red Square

2) St. Petersburg

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Brunei Mentiri Complex Haunted

The Mentiri Complex is one of the most haunted places in Brunei. It was rumored that the place is cursed and every year many strange incidents happened there such as possession or fatal accidents.

Another place is the Tasik. It is such a popular haunted area that people will visit there at night to experience the spooking especially at the area near those Japanese graves somewhere there. Anyway a while back when it was that Chinese ancestral ghost week thing ( can’t remember the name) one of my mates from Perth came over and so we thought we’d watch a marathon of Pontianak movies.

About midnight we ended up at Tasik Lana. We walked through the main gate the street lamps shut off one after the other, from the gate up into the park. We looked back but decided to keep going. We got to the entrance to the jungle tracks an realized we forgot the torches, too lazy to walk back again we thought we’d just feel our way. By the time we got up to the ridge on the far side of the loop we were covered in mud. We decided to sit there for a while. Just then from the tree behind us came a SHEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! screeching noise an we freaked out and both fell over the screeching shot over us and down the ridge through the trees CRRR…CRRRR…CRRR and into the distance like them flying ghost in those movies.

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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Ghost Camp of Russia


Saturday, November 3, 2012

Haunted Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

t is a big film city in Hyderabad like Universal Studios. The hotels in Ramoji film city are believed to be haunted. Legend says thet the film city is built on the war grounds of the Nizam Sultans.

Witnesses report paranormal phenomena happening during the shoots like lights falling off the ceiling, light men (who sit with the lights on top) have been pushed by invisible hands and have been seriously injured on multiple occasions.

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Friday, November 2, 2012

Haunted Dumas Beach, Gujarat

What is the idea of a haunted place that most of us have in our mind? Those of us having grown up watching spooky Hollywood and Bollywood flicks will undoubtedly be flashed with the image of place with dark and secluded surroundings covered with dense trees, rare visitors, located off the nearby city or town, a big house or a bungalow majority of the times and forests, jungles and other deserted places the remaining times. But who would have thought of beach as a haunted place. Dumas Beach located near the city of Surat in the state of Gujarat is reportedly haunted

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Shutterbugs rush to capture giant halo and ‘UFO’

PETALING JAYA: Two phenomena involving the sun had Klang Valley and Johor folk snapping away to capture the moment. The strange sight of a halo circling the sun became a talking point here as many were seen using their handphones to capture the spectacle at about 12.30pm yesterday. The National Space Agency (Angkasa), however, gave assurance that the phenomenon was not something to be alarmed about. The “rainbow-around-the-sun” effect occurs naturally when light interacts with ice crystals in cirrus clouds in the upper troposphere. The crystals act like prisms, refracting and reflecting sunlight to produce a rainbow-coloured effect around the sun. However, the agency advised people not to stare directly into the sun to protect their eyesight. [Click here to read full article]

Thursday, November 1, 2012

India's 10 Most Haunted Places

India is a large country and in every city, big or small, you'll find various legends and folklore about paranormal activity. The places listed on this page are the 10 most haunted places in India.

The claims and stories of ghostly apparitions have been verified by various paranormal experts, on-or-off-the-record.

1) Forts of Bhangarh, Rajasthan
2) Dumas Beach, Gujarat
3) Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad
4) Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai
5) Hotel Savoy, Mussoorie
6) Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune
7) Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal
8) Raj Kiran Hotel in Lonavala, Mumbai
9) d'Souza Chawl of Mahim, Mumbai
10) Brij Raj Bhavan Palace in Kota, Rajasthan

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