We may not be little kids, anymore, but the thought of ghosts and the paranormal still freak us out. We’re even too afraid to download any of those ghost detector apps on our phones, too afraid that some sort of entity might begin channeling messages to us while sitting alone in our apartment in the dark.
They do say that seeing is believing, and we’ve seen our fair share of spiritual phenomena in our lifetime to believe that there are things in this universe we weren’t meant to understand.
There is no other eternal question in life greater than that of what happens to our souls when we die.
While many people refuse to believe in the supernatural, modern day technology has enabled ghost hunters and everyday folks alike to capture various proof of the existence of spirits lingering around on Earth.
A 2005 Gallup poll found that 37 percent of Americans believe in haunted houses, and about one-third believe in ghosts.
The images featured in the slideshow above, are said to be the real deal. There have been many accounts of people faking ghost photos using manipulative techniques such as double exposure, computer graphics and in-the-lab trickery, but allegedly these are actual unedited photographic proof of ghosts.
Whether or not you choose to believe these images of real ghosts are evidence is strictly up to you. But, if it happened to these people, it could happen to you, right?