There is footage of a ghost running past an open door in a haunted UK house out there. It looks like ghosts exist actually. Do you believe ghosts exist? Wave 927 got more;
A couple of tourists believe they captured the moment a ghost ran past an open doorway inside one of the UK’s most haunted homes.
According to reports, the eerie sighting happened last weekend outside a top room at Birmingham’s Aston Hall. The visitors were making their way upstairs, shouting for Mary, one of the home’s most famous ghosts.
Mary is thought to be ‘Grey Lady’ Mary Holte, who was reputedly held prisoner by her father.
Towards the end of the video, a shadowy figure can be seen moving across the room as the group gasps in fear.
Eventually, one of the tourists attempts to introduce himself when the figure is suddenly seen again, zipping past the door as if it were pacing in the room.
Do you believe in ghosts?
If you believe in ghosts, you’re not alone. Cultures all around the world believe in spirits that survive death to live in another realm. In fact, ghosts are among the most widely believed of paranormal phenomenon: Millions of people are interested in ghosts, and thousands read ghost stories on Reddit every day. It’s more than mere entertainment; A 2019 Ipsos poll found that 46% of Americans say they truly believe in ghosts. (The nation is discerning in its undead beliefs; only 7% of respondents said they believe in vampires).
The idea that the dead remain with us in spirit is an ancient one, appearing in countless stories, from the Bible to “Macbeth.” It even spawned a folklore genre: ghost stories. Belief in ghosts is part of a larger web of related paranormal beliefs, including near-death experience, life after death, and spirit communication. The belief offers many people comfort — who doesn’t want to believe that our beloved but deceased family members aren’t looking out for us, or with us in our times of need?
People have tried to (or claimed to) communicate with spirits for ages; in Victorian England, for example, it was fashionable for upper-crust ladies to hold séances in their parlors after tea and crumpets with friends. Ghost clubs dedicated to searching for ghostly evidence formed at prestigious universities, including Cambridge and Oxford, and in 1882 the most prominent organization, the Society for Psychical Research, was established. A woman named Eleanor Sidgwick was an investigator (and later president) of that group, and could be considered the original female ghostbuster. In America during the late 1800s, many psychic mediums claimed to speak to the dead — but were later exposed as frauds by skeptical investigators such as Harry Houdini.
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