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In the 1960’s Glasgow crowds waved goodbye to the beloved tramcar. No trams now operate the streets of Glasgow except one which is still believed to travel up Sauchiehall Street. For some time now there has been the odd report of a double decker tram, with driver, slowly and silently travelling up the centre of the street then slowly fading away.

A picture that has been around for years. This was taken at the time of the man's death. He is surrounded by energy which could be his own energy leaving his body or the energies of others waiting to greet him. Notice the linear energy over him as well. There are supposed to be faces apparent to the right of him but I can't make them out with any surety. Maybe you can?

10 Offbeat Things to do in Rome

Ghost tours are very popular in Rome. Some ghosts only appear at certain times of the year, so you have to time your visit if you actually want to see them! The most famous ghost, Beatrice Cenci, a noble woman who appears with her head under her arm, wanders the castle walls only on the 10th or 11th of November. Other ghosts are not so shy. Two 19th century revolutionaries wander the Muro Torto regularly with their heads under their arms. They are said to give out w

Built by the Cunard Line, The Queen Mary was the premier ocean liner for transatlantic travel, carrying celebrities and dignitaries. During World War II, it was painted gray and used as a troopship, but after the war was over, it was returned to its former grandeur. The Queen Mary was retired from service in 1967 and permanently docked in Long Beach, California, where it became a floating hotel. Dozens of people died on the ship ove

Spirited stays

The Driskill Hotel, Austin - said to be haunted by the hotel's builder, Driskill. People can smell his cigar smoke and believe that he turns lights off and on. Also reported to haunt the hotel is the daughter of a senator who fell while playing on the hotel's stairs. People have reported seeing the ghost of a young girl in several areas of the hotel carrying a ball.

Communication from Henry Barnard - Snettisham, St Mary's Church (Norfolk) Mrs Goodeve, while visiting friends in the West Country, was visited at night by ghostly apparition calling itself Henry Barnard. Barnard asked Mrs Goodeve to travel to Snettisham church and wait by the grave of Robert Cobb. This she did, and at one o'clock in the morning, Mrs Goodeve was given a message by a tall dark figure who manifested by the tombstone. The message was taken to Barnard's surviving desce

Temple Newsam is reported to be the most haunted house in Yorkshire, with the most famous ghost being Mary Ingram, commonly known as “The Blue Lady”.