Ghost stories aren’t just a Halloween thing. Watching shows like Paranormal State, Ghost Hunters, and even movies like Paranormal Activity prove that ghosts can, and will, happen at any time of year. They aren’t discriminatory, and they sure have a thing for being spooky. Whether you believe in spirits or not, it’s always fun to watch those crazy YouTube videos and judge for yourself. I scoured the Internet and found a bunch of fun `ghost’ photos and videos that make you question whether or not the spirit of Christmas goes beyond the grave. On the eleventh day of Christmas, Bloody-Disgusting gave to me- “Ghosts of Christmas.”
Day 1: Creepy Christmas Traditions
Day 2: Christmas Characters Gone Wrong
Day 3: Horrifying Holiday Decorations
Day 4: Twisted Yuletide Tales
Day 5: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Day 6: Creepy Christmas Movies
Day 7: Terrifying Toys
Day 8: Top 10 Potential Holiday Weapons
Day 9: Horror’s New Year’s Resolutions
Day 10: Top Picks for the New Year
Day 11: Ghosts of Christmas
Day 12: Happy Horror Holidays
Santa came to visit, but did he bring the ghosts of Christmas past with him?
The owners of this tree are convinced the angel on their tree isn’t the only one.
I found this picture on a bunch of different websites- ghost or bad reflection?
They categorize this as `haunted’- but I just think it’s an awesome shot. If the tree had been clearer, this would have made for a great holiday card.
This one has `potential Paranormal filmmaker’ written all over it, but it’s fun just the same!
You know I had to throw one of these in there, right?
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