Top 10 Famous Ghosts
The Top Ten
I like this one because it is a well known ghosts you can see the commercial all the time but some of my friends think she is fake.
I wouldn't do this because I believe in spirits. In the Bible you've heard of angels and demons. They are spirits. So that proves my point. - Alpha101
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I tried to summon Bloody Mary once and IT DID NOT WORK!
This boy is a sad story, but the ghostly face in the picture is really scary
Marley, the deceased business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge, comes back at Christmas time to teach the protagonist some valuable life lessons, according to this Charles Dickens classic. Marley has appeared in many versions of this seasonal tale, played by Alec Guinness in the 1970s film, by Goofy in Mickey's Christmas Carol and voiced by Nicholas Cage in the 2001 movie version.
Everyone's favorite friendly ghost was created in the late 1930s as a character in a story book, but was soon adapted into animation. Casper was created in the late 1930s by New York City native Seymour Reit and Joe Oriolo, the former devising the idea for the character and the latter providing illustrations. The New York-accented ghost was desperate to make friends after he got tired of scaring people all the time, much to the annoyance of his pesky uncles, The Ghostly Trio. The film adaptation in 1995 featured Christina Ricci and Bill Pullman.
She is said to haunt the Tower of London, with her head tucked underneath her arm.
Do you think she's still angry by what king henry viii Done?
The Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, or �The House of the Seven Gables� in Salem, Massachusetts, was the birthplace of famous author Nathanial Hawthorne. Hawthorne's ancestors presided over many of the witchcraft trials in 1692, and many say a hex was placed on the family � which inspired many of Hawthorne's novels. It is believed that the grounds are haunted by Nathaniel and his son Julian, both cursed into walking the earth forever.