A man is claiming to have caught the ghost of an old lady, that is haunting a family member's home, on camera.
Luke Jackson said he was staying at his brother's house when he heard footsteps downstairs. He picked up his phone and used the light on his phone camera to investigate the noise.
After snapping a photo, the 36 year was floored at what he saw. It appears that a former tenant, who had died 18 months earlier, showed herself in his photo.
Johnson said, "I just can't explain it. This baffles me. The whole thing was just too perfect. If I'm being honest this thing has completely stumped me. I just don't know what it is and the only explanation is that it's a ghost."
Johnson has been staying with his brother for a couple of months but states this is the first encounter he has ever had with any ghosts. Although his brother's girlfriend claims to hear banging and footsteps often.
It really is hard to believe anything you read online anymore. Then you have those glorious moments when someone calls out the social media story teller...
For some odd reason, tanning is commonly addicting. Here are just a few people who have taken tanning to a whole new level. It is not pretty.
Is this really what it's like to die?
A new device that simulates an out of body experience is giving people the opportunity to experience what it feels like when you die, claims the creator.
Outrospectre is designed to provide terminally ill patients in hospitals, the feeling of dying using virtual reality technology. It is said to be a helpful form of therapy for the patients, by allowing them to confront death. As a result, the creator hopes that it lessens the trauma of the real thing.
This experimental device is the creation of Frank Kolkman, a Dutch designer who graduated the Royal College of Art in London.
Mr Kolkman said: "The fear and experience of death is a neglected topic. If we began treating our anxieties surrounding death, it might mean the process of dying could become more comfortable."
Patients stand with their back to a robotic head that is equipped with a 3D camera in each eye socket. The head is mounted on a track that allows it move forwards and backwards.
Wearing a virtual reality headset, the patient can watch themselves as the camera feed pulls backward away from their body.
Four out of five people who have tested the death simulator have reported experiencing sensations of physically moving or feeling as if they are present in two places at once.
A woman whose heart stopped for 68 minutes while giving birth, woke up from a two week coma thinking she was 13 years old and did not remember her children or fiance.
Shannon Everett, 22, checked into a South Wales hospital to give birth to her second child in good health. In the middle of labor, she turned to her mother and fiance to tell them she loved them before her heart stopped beating. Quick-thinking doctors delivered baby Nico, weighing 6lb 8oz, using forceps. All the while, the other medical professionals battled to save Shannon's life.
After an astonishing 68 minutes, doctors were able to bring Shannon back to life. They warned her family she may not wake up or could suffer severe brain damage. Doctors then put her into a drug induced coma to let her heal from the ordeal.
Two weeks later when Shannon woke up, she was finally able to hold her son. Her family was devastated to discover that she didn't remember Nico or her other child. They also noticed that she had reverted to a child like state.
Her mother said: "She kept calling me "mammy". Then when we asked her where she lived, she gave us the address for a house we haven't lived in since she was 18."
"She had no idea who her fiancé was and didn't believe us when we told her she had two kids. It was like she'd forgotten her whole life and thought she was a teenager again."
After six weeks in the hospital, Shannon was released to her mother, Nicola Everett, to be cared for in her home. Shannon is mostly confined to a wheelchair and her sight was heavily damaged from the ordeal leaving her with little sight.
Nicola said, "We went to the hospital that day in September expecting to come home with a new baby, but it's like we have another child, too, because Shannon needs a lot of care."
Her family is working with her to try to regain some of her memory, but it has been a struggle.
Nicola is determined to work with Shannon to restore her mobility and memory, with their ultimate goal being for her to walk down the aisle when she is better.
Her mother said, "When she was in intensive care, I told Ioan (her fiance) that I wouldn't think any less of him if he left her, but he told me there was no way. He loved her and he knew he wanted to marry her."
I remember the excitement I had as a child, going to the local library and checking out a gazillion books for free. There is just nothing like the quiet and calm energy a library provides for you to read your favorite book.
China's has taken this experience to a whole new level with their new library in Tianjin. Made up of 34,200 square feet of glass, the Tianjin Binhai Public Library is 5 stories tall. The building was designed to have three different areas of interaction; the think zone, the watch zone and the interact zone.
The atrium of the library looks like one giant 3D eyeball that's staring out at you. The eye acts as the main focal point that draws people into the center of the library.
A visitor can hang out in the auditorium or the ground floor reading area. They can also visit the first and second floors, which have a mind blowing amount of books to choose from.
MVRV designed the library to have a cave-life motif that gives readers the impression that the bookshelves never end. Not only is it a beautiful design, it is also for a very useful reason. The shelves also act as stairs and give the reader some where to sit and enjoy their book.
The design will really leave you wondering if you have to climb the walls to get to the book you are after. Fortunately, it's all an illusion created by the superb design.
Who doesn't love a Wendy's Frosty?
Now you can make them in the comfort of your own home and skip the lines. You can make this happen with only 3 ingredients and a little time.
**If you don't have an ice cream maker, you can put the mixture in an airtight container and place it in the freezer. You will have to make sure to stir the mixture thoroughly, every half an hour.
Nowadays it is impossible to go anywhere without seeing everyone's faces buried in their cell phones. But what about in 1937?
A mural that was installed in a Springfield, Massachusetts post office in 1937 named Mr. Pynchon and the Settling of Springfield depicts the arrival of settlers to the town in the 1620's. Within the scene, a Native American man appears to be looking at a cell phone or possibly taking a selfie. Obviously cell phones were not around at the time of the painting, which has people believing this shows proof of time travel.
In an article on Motherboard , Brian Anderson writes that he thinks the device is most likely a mirror.
"There's reason to believe, then, that what the man is examining is not an Indigenous object, but rather of European origin, like mirrors, which were presented often in such exchanges," he wrote. "The way the man holds it up, if indeed he's looking at his own face reflecting back at him, would certainly make sense."
What do you think the object is?
A photograph taken while on a tour of the Stanley Hotel appears to show two separate ghostly figures. The hotel is famous for helping to inspire Stephen King's best selling novel "The Shining".
The Mausling family participated in the "spirit tour" of the 108 year old hotel this past September. Shortly after returning home, they noticed what looked to be a young girl walking down the stairs.
John Mausling and his wife, Jessica Martinez-Mausling, informed the HuffPost that there were no young girls in their party or on the tour that they recall.
“At first we tried to be logical and think we somehow missed her so we asked our kids, their girlfriends and our friend if they remembered seeing a little girl,” they wrote. “Nobody did. We do not remember seeing anything on the stairs when we took the picture.”
The little girl doesn't seem to be the only apparition in the photo though. The Mauslings also claim that at the time of the photo, there were only two people standing on the staircase. However, the image shows what could be a third figure, which appears to be walking up the stairs and away from the tour group.
Ben Hansen, host of “Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files,” was asked his opinion on the photo.
“I really like this photo,” Hansen said. “Assuming that it’s not doctored, it ranks up there as one of the best photos of possible paranormal evidence I’ve seen. If it is faked, I’ve got to hand it to them for their level of detail and creativity because there’s usually enough easy signs to suggest hoaxing.”
What do you think.....real or no?