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A ghost imp is captured on CCTV at a haunted Sussex Pub

An apparition has been captured on CCTV at the The Dolphin pub in Sussex UK. The Pub dates back to 1735 and is said to be one of the most haunting buildings in England.

Landlady Ellie Boiling is convinced her pub is haunted by different ghosts (Image: Credit: Pen News/Ellie Boiling)

A friend of landlady Ellie Boiling felt something brush past him while he was in the bar upstairs so he asked her to check the cameras to see if they had recorded anything.

He first thought it could have been a dog but when they checked the footage they noticed a glowing shape behind him which appeared to look like an impish creature.

Ellie said ” I was flabbergasted. My gasp has never been so flabbered. As a ghost-hunter I was excited, because I thought I have found something here”

The CCTV appears to show a strange shape behind a drinker in the pub (Image: Credit: Pen News/Ellie Boiling)

A group practicing parascience, the scientific study of supernatural phenomena, visited the pub to see if they could recreate the form found on the tape.

They believed that the shape was actually just the lights from a band performing in the pub on the night.

Ellie has her doubts though, she said “It would be a poor light show if it was just one light.”

Little Dolly is one of the many ghosts Ellie says is seen around the haunted rooms(Image: Credit: Pen News/Ellie Boiling)

Some people have claimed that the footage is fake, but Ellie says she does not have the ability to superimpose the image onto tape as she knows nothing about technical stuff.

Ellie also runs Light ‘the Littlehampton Investigating Ghost Hunting Team’ and has done several charity ghost hunts at the pub.

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Brighton museum releases CCTV footage of a ghost caught on camera

Video footage has been shared from Brighton Museum and Art Gallery’s CCTV which shows a mysterious flash of light then a cup flying and crashing onto the floor in the middle of the night.

A worker at the museum spotted the activity while watching back through the camera footage after security guards had rushed to see what had happened after hearing a crashing noise.

Kevin Bacon, Digital manager, said that no one was near the display when the cup falls to the floor as it was 3 am on Wednesday, July 10.

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Mysterious Exhuming of John Dillinger’s Grave May Disturb His Ghost

On July 22, 1934, Depression-era gangster John Dillinger was killed by FBI agents as he left the Biograph Theater in Chicago. Or was he? More than 5,000 showed up at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis for the burial of his wooden casket. While some accounts say it was encased in cement, the most accepted one is that Dillinger’s father had the casket buried under a concrete cap, scrap iron and four slabs of reinforced concrete. Was it to protect the remains from his former gang? From morbid curiosity seekers? Or was it to hide the fact that the family tricked the FBI into shooting someone else and buried that body instead while the real Dillinger escaped? Someone is in that grave and someone’s ghost haunts the Biograph Theater and a hotel in Tucson where Dillinger stayed before he was captured. Whose?

We may soon know at least some of the answers. The Indiana State Department of Health approved a request by Dillinger’s nephew, Michael C. Thompson, to have the body exhumed from Crown Hill Cemetery and then re-interred there. While they claim there’s no connection, The History Channel will be there to document the exhumation and examination. Not all of Dillinger’s relatives are behind this project. Dillinger’s great-nephew, Jeff Scalf, thinks it’s “desecrating the dead.”

What about the ghosts?

The Biograph Theater is said to be haunted by Dillinger’s ghost, but the scariest accounts come from the alley behind it, where Dillinger was killed. Some stories say a shadowy figure is seen running in the alley before falling as if shot and disappearing. The shadow cannot be identified, leading some to question whether it’s Dillinger or the alleged double.

Another haunted spot with a Dillinger connection is the Hotel Congress in Tucson, Arizona. A fancy hotel known for catering to wealthy guests, the third floor of the Hotel Congress caught fire in January 1934 and residents of that floor had to be evacuated. One group that resisted leaving was John Dillinger and his gang, who were hiding in Tucson after a series of bank robberies back east. They were finally convinced to leave, but they regretted it. On January 25, Dillinger and the gang were arrested in Tucson and taken to Indiana. Dillinger escaped six weeks later, but the problems that started at the Hotel Congress contributed to his eventual demise. You remember the Hotel Congress, right? It was restored, but four rooms there are said to be haunted. Is it Dillinger coming back to get even?

The Chicago Tribune says the Indiana health department expects Dillinger’s body will be exhumed and re-interred on Sept. 16 — the date listed on the permit issued to Michael C. Thompson. The Tribune contacted the Crown Hill Cemetery, which has no information about the plans to exhume Dillinger’s body. It also received no response from Savanah Light, the funeral director whose name is listed on the permit.

Why is Michael C. Thompson exhuming John Dillinger’s body? Will he share what he finds? Will this put the ghosts to rest? Will anyone be watching at the Biograph Theater or the Hotel Congress?

Will someone start a ‘Storm Dillinger’s Grave, He Can’t Shoot Us Anymore’ movement?

Source: Mysterious Universe

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Manson murder house is sold to Zak Bagans

One of the homes that became a gruesome murder site at the hands of the Manson Family has been sold … appropriately to Zak Bagans, the star of “Ghost Adventures” … TMZ has learned.

The house was owned by Leno and Rosemary LaBianca, the couple brutally murdered by Manson family members. Rosemary was stabbed 41 times … Leno 12 times. The August, 1969 murders came the day after Manson Family members slaughtered Sharon Tate and 4 others. The murders sent shock waves through Los Angeles like never seen before.

We’re told Zak jumped when he heard the home was up for sale for $1.98 million. He literally ran to check out the house, and made a close-to-asking offer. It’ll close in early Sept.  He was smart to jump, because the realtor tells us there were multiple backup offers.

The news comes the day before the official opening of the Quentin Tarantino film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” starring Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio. The sale will close JUST after the 50 year anniversary of the murders.

Zak tells TMZ, as a collector of dark culture, he was drawn to the home’s history. It was such a gruesome scene … after committing the murders, the Family members showered at the home before leaving.

Zak says almost everything inside is original, and that’s one of the main things that attracted him.

The house is 1,600 square feet and has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. It also has explosive city views.

Zak won’t say what he plans to do with the house, but says it has a storied history beyond just the Manson murders. He says dogs have mysteriously disappeared from the property and occupants have been freaked out over what he says is paranormal activity.

Source: TMZ

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