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Wild West Ghost Pictures

You have found the ghostly gallery, where you can post pictures of ghosts. Any ghosts related to the Wild West are of particular interest, but other ghosts are certainly welcome here.


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One Response to “Wild West Ghost Pictures”

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    Shauna Stebner-Banks says:

    In July 2011, my boyfriend and I visited the most haunted city in the U.S.A: New Orleans, LA!!! With my boyfriend's iPhone (not using the flash), he was able to capture two ghost orbs along one of the French Quarter's original & haunted buildings: Madame John's Legacy site, located at 632 Dumaine Street. This building was also filmed in the movie, "Interview With The Vampire." We had our ghost tour guide confirm our ghostly discovery.

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