- The Phoenix Suns said they were haunted by ghosts.
- The Christchurch, New Zealand police station reported ghost activity.
- Haunted houses went up for sale in France, Britain, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania,Highland, again in Pennsylavnia, and a real estate broker tried to sell Whitney Houston’s haunted mansion.
- A “haunted mirror” was sold on eBay.
- A friendly ghost was thought to haunt the home of an Elvis impersonator.
- Lady Winchcombe, ancestor of Princess Diana, was claimed to haunt Kate Middleton family’s home.
- “George the ghost” has been popping up on staff at Gloucester’s City Museum for as long as they can remember.
- A French family claimed injuries caused by a haunting.
- Baseball players discussed Milwaukee’s haunted hotel.
- A family of “psychic” children said they talk to ghosts at their home.
- The true story of Annabelle, the haunted doll from The Conjuring.
- Many people said they saw the ghost of the man who robbed a Wells Fargo Bankand killed himself when he was cornered by police.
Life After Death:
- Science research grants related to immortality were announced.
- A cardiologist gave evidence for “reality” of near-death experiences.
- Reincarnation was banned in China.
- Physicist Stephen Hawking said there could be life after death.
- A quantum physicist claimed science can prove there is an afterlife.
Lake and River Monsters:
- The Tonga tribe in Zimbabwe believed that their Nessie-like river creature is actually a god called Nyaminyami.
- Monster hunters searched the Siberian depths of Yakutia’s Lake Labynkyr in search of an unknown creature.
- An unknown creature trailed a boat in Lough Foyle.
- An amateur photographer snapped a large black object moving beneath the waters of Loch Ness.
- A Loch Ness tour guide who last year released what was called “the most convincing Loch Ness monster photo ever” has admitted he faked the image.
- A Loch Ness-type monster was spotted and photographed off the coast of Queensland, Australia.