I remember reading once in an old, now out of print magazine about the Paranormal (in the UK) about the Sean Manchester case and within the page was a
picture that Sean or the other guy who's name escapes me right at the moment had taken during the stakeout. This picture like the one of the ghost
monk in the church (another famous photo, of a ghost this time tho, most people have probably seen it, its the one with a weird mask by an altar)
SCARED THE * out of me. I rarely feel unpleasant from photos, except of sharks since they're my pet fear, but those two photos I cannot look at to
It was of an extremely tall man, exactly as Manchester described in older Victorian dress peering around a grave, and it just looked menacing and
unworldly, it almost seeped evil. I don't know if it was merely a mockup photo, but it was supposedly taken by Manchester (who I asked for a copy
many years ago and he said he no longer discusses the case in general and wont generally give out copies, but I could maybe get a copy of the book but
he couldn't remember if it was in it or not, hence I dind't bother).
Croglyn Grange (I think thats how its spelt) was another good UK one. There are some cracking UK ones, but for most, you need to go back to the older
European cities where they have a bigger mythos and historical/cultural importance.
Did you know Vlad the Impaler is related by BLOOD to Prince William? Interesting to know and the Queen always looks a bit peaky to me...