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Monday 8 May 2006 10.58am
We went to Samlesbury Hall in Lancashire last weekend- somewhere I spent lots of time as a child.
It is notoriously haunted and 2 of my photos in the great hall came out with strange 'orbs' on them. In one photo there were 8 of them, invisible to the naked eye and only showed up on the screen.
Some people say that these orbs can be signs of paranormal activity. Anyone else shed any light on this phenomenon?
Monday 8 May 2006 11.40am
Nope, but I've got some great beans going cheap if you're interested.

Your for only one cow. Guaranteed giant-sized results.

...if you press it, they will come.
Monday 8 May 2006 2.01pm
Pay no attention to Ivanhoe he is just incorrigibly facetious and sceptical. Of COURSE they are ghosts and you have paranormal vibes and the ghosts turn up for you and there. Well done.
Anonymous User
Monday 8 May 2006 4.31pm
Too much Most Haunted, Sarah!
Monday 8 May 2006 4.38pm
I'll have you know I havent watched Most Haunted in a very long time- can't get Living TV on homechoice (drat!).
I will try to download the pics- it really is very spooky!
Monday 8 May 2006 4.58pm
If they're real ghosts, then they won't show when anyone else looks at them. Didn't you know that?

...if you press it, they will come.
Anonymous User
Monday 8 May 2006 5.07pm
If they are real they will come nd get you for not believing in them!! ;-)
Tuesday 9 May 2006 7.54am
Ivanhoe you're an old cynic, I hope the ghouly ghosties come in the night and....
Tuesday 9 May 2006 8.11am
Oh well. Still alive in the morning. Fancy that.

...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 9 May 2006 10.28am
No reply from Ivanhoe - must have gone to the other side
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