Most Haunted TV Show finally catches an apparition!

Yvette Fielding and Dr Karl Beattie fron TV Show Most HauntedAs a skeptical paranormal researcher and investigator,  I find most ghost shows a little bit hard to take seriously.   Most Haunted in its history has had some supposedly “fake” Physics.

Derek Acorah was supposedly outed in a live show by a false ghost made up by the team called called Kreed Kafer,  an anagram of Derek Faker.

Most Haunted and Yvette and Karl really have stood firm on how they want the show to be real and nothing faked and so as a Paranormal TV show,  Most Haunted has stood the test of time and is well in to double figures for its series.

Allot of this is due to the on-screen chemistry of the team.  Karl and Yvette (of Blue Peter fame) pictured here to the right are the lead 2 investigators.  They are also husband and wife.

This footage that has exploded onto the paranormal community is the most compelling, “alleged”, Ghostly Apparitions we have ever seen.

We at V.I.P.S. want to believe with all the fiber that its real:

The “alleged” apparition clearly walks up the stairs and has arms and and legs and its pretty cool evidence.

However, yes,  I can’t help it.   The skeptic in me does question the actions of Stuart who runs after the apparition and looks past and open door before directing Karl into an empty room.

I love the show, the cast and Stuart,   I am not making an accusation but the skeptic in me immediately questioned what Stuart looked at past the open door before directing Karl into the side room.

Was he making sure the person playing a part got out okay?

I’m writing this without seeing the entire show as I have only yet seen the clips online so I might not have the full information on the layout of the corridor,  he could of been checking inf the apparition had passed through the door and onward and perhaps they continued on after what we see in the clip.

Also, the outline and the gait of the apparition makes me question it.  It more resembles of crew member wearing baggy jeans and a hoody,  darker clothes which on night vision would show up lighter.  It just doesn’t feel like a long dead ghost of long past.  Granted it could be someone recently deceased,  its just a strange apparition outline.

Again,  we love Most Haunted and so want it to be real but I just have that skeptical voice in my head just getting at me so I have to put it our there.

Also the show does carry a declaration that its for entertainment purposes only so it makes it harder to take this as real evidence.

It will definitely raise interest in the field and help the shows ratings,  neither of which are a bad thing but we at V.I.P.S. really really want it to be real too.

Robert Turner
Vancouver Island Paranormal Soc.

 

Update:

Likely faked,  this like an alleged Queen Mary Apparition were both when camera’s had been set down on a surface,  this is because its hard to do video overlay with a shaky camera.  Queen Mary footage is widely seen as a hoax now.

2 Vancouver Island Spots in the Top 10 Most Haunted Locations in Canada as featured in the Readers Digest

Spooks, spectres and spirits abound: Canada is rich with ghost stories and tales of the supernatural.  Vancouver Island can claim 2 locations in the Top 10 Most Haunted locations in Canada which are:

6. Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria, B.C.

Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria, B.C.Built in the 1890s for coal miner Robert Dunsmuir and his family, this Victorian-era mansion has since become an eerie Canadian tourist attraction. Rumors of a piano that plays by itself, and sightings of a ghostly woman in white have frequently been reported. Many attribute the castle’s supernatural proclivity to Dunsmuir’s untimely demise just a year before the building was completed.

(Photo courtesy of It_paris/Flickr)

 

8. Maritime Museum of B.C., Victoria, B.C.

Maritime Museum of B.C., Victoria, B.C.

(Photo courtesy of **Mary**/Flickr)

The dearly departed seem to have a fondness for the city cheekily known as the place for the “newly-wed and nearly-dead”. Located in Victoria’s well-known Bastion Square is the Maritime Museum, which was once the site of the city’s jail and gallows. Some say that if you look through the windows at the Museum’s entrance, a shadowy, slender, Van Dyke-bearded figure can be spotted gliding down the main staircase. The mysterious apparition is thought to be the ghost of Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie, Victoria’s infamous “Hanging Judge”.

 


Find out the No 1 spot and the 0ther 7 at http://www.readersdigest.ca/travel/canada/canadas-10-most-haunted-places/

Boo to Slice.ca for not getting any Vancouver Island Spots in its top 8!.   TheLoop.ca gets one in its Top 9 with Craigdarroch Castle and The Weather Network also fails to include Vancouver Island.  Suprising to us is Huffington Post who we thought had good articles who fail to include any locations on the island but do include some that we had not hear of in this older 2013 article.

Applause to BuzzFeed who feature 4 places in its top 14!

 

 

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