Ghost fans love haunted ghost videos from real life.
"But if Godzilla protects us, then why does he destroy our cities?" - Godzilla 2000
Nothing is more fascinating or intriguing. I've said it before, but I'll say it again: people are so talented. The advent of the internet and the advance of computer technology has created so much opportunity for the little guy, the hobbyist, or the aspiring director to express themselves and share their talent with the world. It's a very exciting time.
Because of that, the line between real and fake when it comes to ghosts, gets more and more blurred. Watching a video, often times it is very difficult to tell the difference.
The owner of this clip says this video went through Hurricane Katrina and that the grainy, creepy feel is due to salt water and hurricane damage.
We suspect it is due to the owner's talents, and if so, this person has a potential future in film.
Nevertheless, this creepy bit of footage is just that--creepy. Supposedly this is footage of haunted New Orleans and it certainly appears it could be. The house was spared, but if it is haunted, I'm sure the ghostly resident isn't too happy about the recent fate the city.
We love New Orleans and hope our visitors will make plans to go to the city, help the tourism and show the citizens their support. Let this video serve as inspiration, because while you're there, there are tons of ghost tours to check out.