Contributed by CastleSeeker
SO.. I know it was not right, but I snuck into the Franklin Castle a few years back and shot some video for a few minutes in each room and then got the Hell out of there. It was crazy scary and I thought for sure I was going to get caught. I think someone pulled in the driveway while I was crawling out a window. I didn’t see the ghost until I looked at the video the next day and I held on to it until now. Let me know what you think, but I can not explain it except to say it looks like the only thing I’ve ever seen that is real. I figured it was time to share it with the world. Happy Halloween !!!
4 thoughts on “Franklin Castle Real Ghost Video”
I walked by the Franklin Castle every day on my way to school many years ago. I told my friend that I wanted to ask the little girl who lived there to come out and play. She told me "I am not supposed to tell you this," after she went to her bedroom door to see if her pastor-parents were around, "but it's haunted." I told her it can't be because I saw her in the window.
This is the day I moved into a house on Franklin, funny. Also, you put your tripod down and jogged in front of the camera. Good troll video though. I live in a house that was built in the 1880s. I insist on having a cat around to explain bumps in the night.
fail….your lightsource shows a hotspot on the face of the person walking past the camera. Only a completely solid mass would exhibit a hotspot from the lightsource. The light source from your camera (or whatever you used) clearly travels over the 3 dimensional features of a solid face going by…anything translucent, transparent, etc would not hold and capture the light on its surface like that. shame on you for breaking into that building….LOL. 😉
Not buying these comments. There doesn't appear to be anything reflecting in the mirror as the figure passes by the camera.