During a ghost tour in Prague (Czech Republic), Ghostly Activities’ European correspondent, Lenore Bjork, captures a female ghost in a window.
While on a ghost tour of Prague, I took two pictures of a known haunted place. You can see the figure of a woman on the left side of the window. The second picture didn’t have the figure. At first, I thought it may be plastic because there’s plastic on the other windows. I went back the night after, but there was no plastic.
This is the history of the site:
A woman and her husband had a son, who went missing as a small child. They looked everywhere, but never found him. His mother mourned him for years. Her husband died a few years later, and she was alone in her big house in the middle of the city.
She felt very alone and opened her home to the many homeless people and less fortunate than her.
One night, a young man came to her door and asked for a room. She let him in and, over time, they fell in love and married.
He didn’t know who his real parents were, but he wanted to find them and introduce them to his bride. He introduced the woman to his adoptive parents and asked them if they knew his real parents.
His parents became upset and told him that his bride was really his biological mother.
He went back to his wife and told her what he learned. The authorities found out and arrested him. He was hanged shortly after that, while his wife/mother watched from the window in the photo.
She fell into madness after his death and died two months later.
The building has remained vacant from her death to this very day. People passing by have seen her ghost in the window, looking at the spot her son hanged.
Feature image source: http://dastornews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Streets-of-Prague.jpg
Original ghost pic by Lenore Bjork