7 Photos of Ghostly Apparitions Captured in Haunted Hospitals and Insane Asylums

Hospitals are for many the pinnacle of haunting material. They are the one place in the world that people are both born and die. However, for those who die, do they move onto the other side in peace, or do they stay on forever. In this post, we’re going to be looking at 7 of the strangest and most haunting photographs ever taken in one of these buildings. 

Waverly Hills Shadowman

After learning about Waverly Hills haunted prominence, a courageous thrill-seeking lone traveller chose to go and investigate Waverly’s paranormal activity for himself. He took this photograph while roaming the rooms of the sanatorium, and asserts he was alone at all times and was shocked to see this dark figure next to a gurney captured in one of his photos. Is this the spirit of a former patient still wandering the hallways 


Radnor Lunatic Asylum Ghost 

  • Adam Smith captured more on camera than he’d bargained for when he took a photograph of the abandoned Brecon and Radnor Lunatic Asylum in Brecon, Wales. Smith was walking past the building when he spotted what appears to be a shadowy figure looking right back at him from the first-floor window of the former psychiatric hospital. He was more than a little surprised considering the building has been closed and sealed up for more than 15 years.
  • Freddy Jackson Ghost

The following is a photo of Sir Victor Goddard’s squadron, men who had served in World War 1 on the HMS Daedalus This ghostly face was assumed to belong to that of Freddy Jackson, an air mechanic inadvertently killed two days prior by an aeroplane propeller All the men in this photo verified it was Jackson’s face, as his funeral was being held that day.

The Falling Body Photograph 

This picture shows a very creepy event. The Cooper family moved into their new home in Texas, a picture is taken and when it’s developed, a figure emerges from the ceiling. There isn’t much setting here, it could be real, it could be fake, but there’s no way to distinguish for sure.

Brown Lady Of Raynham Hall

photographers from Country Life magazine took this snapshot in Raynham Hall, Norfolk. The story went in 1835, a houseguest in the Hall noticed a phantom in a brown dress, eyes gouged out, wandering the halls. To this day nobody can explain what this white image in the photo could be, though sceptics argue it lacks a good deal of authenticity

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