Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII and mother of Queen Elizabeth I, was executed at the Tower of London in May 1536 after being accused of witchcraft, treason, incest and adultery.
Sightings of Boleyn's ghost have been reported at the tower as well as in various other locations, including her childhood home, Hever Castle, in Kent.
2. When a ghost is present, there is usually a cold spot or a shift in the magnetic field.
3. An orb is a ball of light that is considered the essence of a ghost. Orbs are rarely seen in person, but show up
frequently on pictures. It is often hard to distinguish orbs from light reflections and dust particles.
4. Ghosts are sometimes mischevious and always curious.
5. Ghosts have a profound sense of smell! They are often attracted to certain scents.
6. Edinburgh Castle (Scotland)-There have been so many hauntings for so long that Edinburgh Castle
attracted one of the most thorough paranormal investigations ever. Many of the volunteer experiences
were consistent with past sightings at the castle.There were burning sensations, phantom gropes,
shadowy figures and a specter in a leather apron seen in the same spot he was seen by unrelated individuals before the study.
7. Animals and children are more likely to "see" a ghost.
8. LaLaurie House in New Orleans is one of New Orleans most haunted homes. There are reported incidents of people seeing,
feeling and hearing the ghosts of tormented slaves in the LaLaurie home, and there are even reports of the Madame
herself being seen there.
9. A White Lady (also known as the Mulher de Branco) is a type of female ghost reportedly seen in rural areas
and associated with some local legend of tragedy. White Lady legends are found around the world. Common
to many of them is the theme of losing or being betrayed by a husband or fiancé.
10. Mary’s story is too scary to tell you, just don’t say her real name 3 times while looking into the bathroom mirror
with the lights off. This would summon her presence to get revenge on You!