AHHHHH!!!!! It's a spooky ghost! Oh no! Wait a second…okay, we're good. Whoosh, big scare there. Damn. Heart rates pounding. But it's okay. Ghosts don't actually exist…we think. Maybe? We could be wrong. Ghosts might exist. The paranormal is a fascinating thing, and we're not exactly mad at it. We love horror movies here at Cracked. We love stories of unexplained phenomena. And honestly? Despite that intro joke, we wouldn't mind being haunted. 

But what we don't love is fakeouts. The paranormal is cool, but lying and hucksters are the opposite of cool. And unfortunately, taking pictures and making them look like paranormal phenomena is easy to do.

It's almost Halloween, which means all your favorite paranormal pictures will be floating around the Internet nonstop. Fortunately for you we're here to help you scream "FAKE" at the right ones. Our readers were tasked with debunking the most famous paranormal photographs out there. 

Entry by monkeybird

In July 2008 a strange creature was found on a beach near Montauk, NY that left many people scratching their heads. And by many people we mean the one

Entry by maluba

GRACKED When the movie Three Men and a Baby came out, rumors circulated about the ghost boy who commited suicide in this apartment, and was visible

Entry by Ms.Zuneja

CRACKEDCO The Brown lady of Raynham Hall The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is probably the most famous ghost photo of all time. Investigations on the ori

Entry by goofball88

In May of 1964, Jim Templeton, a Fireman from the city of Carlisle in the English county of Cumberland, took multiple photos of his young daughter on

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