Myrtles Plantation ghost caught on camera behind reporter Vanessa Bolano inside the haunted house? (Video)By Angel Cuala on Dec 14, 2012 in Television, United States, Weird •
A “ghost” was caught on camera, as shown in the video below, when a female reporter was inside Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana, which is being touted as “one of America’s most haunted homes.” That time, she was reporting about the legend of the ghost story behind the said house.
WGNO reporter Vanessa Bolano, inside the Myrtles
Plantation haunted house (red arrow pointing to
supposed ghost caught on camera)
Image Credit: WGNO video
Vanessa Bolano, a reporter for the ABC affiliated WGNO in Matairie, Louisiana, was filming a segment inside the French Room of the controversial Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, when suddenly a mysterious image appeared and floating behind her but vanished within seconds.
The WGNO reporter said that the strange image was not seen by the cameraman during the filming of the video in that room, which is being widely believed to be the most haunted room of the house. Bolano claimed that she only noticed it later when she was watching the video inside the edit room.
Myrtles Plantation, which was built in 1796, is supposedly the home of at least 12 ghosts, and a slave named Chloe owned by Clark and Sara Woodruff, is being noted as the most famous ghost among the urban legends of the house. This legend is being contested since there was no official record of Chloe.
Back in 2002, Unsolved Mysteries filmed a segment about the alleged ghost sightings inside the Myrtles Plantation. Based on the claims of show host Robert Stack, the production crew encountered various technical difficulties during the production of that ghost story segment.
Meanwhile, the complete investigative story of Vanessa Bolano about the “ghost caught on camera” inside the Myrtles Plantation haunted house will be aired at WGNO-TV‘s “News with a Twist” this coming Friday, December 14, 2012 at 5 p.m. (local time).
Report on “Ghost caught on camera” inside the Myrtles Plantation haunted house
Video Credit: WGNO-TV
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