Hampton Court Ghost

hampton ghostQuite a few people have sent me links to this: a ghost captured on film exiting Hampton Court Palace (where Henry VIII once lived). Or maybe it's just a guy wearing a bathrobe and a mask.


Posted on Fri Dec 19, 2003


it doesn't look very human ... creepy
Posted by john  on  Sat Jul 03, 2004  at  08:20 PM
I do not know much about Hampton Court except Edward and his wifes used it. But When you look at the picture and the vedio it kind of looks ether as this person or being is flotting and almost dose not look human. More like a skullish face. I do not believe that it is a ghoast because they are usally orbs or shadowy presences, not fully developed physical visual objects. However I could be wrong and honestly what do we know of the supernatural world? Very little. It seems that it wants to keep the doors closed. It would be interesting to know where that area is, and what the history of that particular room might be. Perhaps deaths occured there? After all depending on what you believe in, this is the historical home land of fokelor and mysteries. Then again it very well could be someone doing his job or just being a nusence. But if that is the case why opean and close the door continuesly for no reason. And where did they get that historically correct robe from ? Perhaps I should be a detective.
:ohh: 😜 😊
Posted by Catherine Elizabeth Bryant Wickett  on  Fri Sep 23, 2005  at  05:25 PM
"Where did they get that historically correct robe from?"

From eBay, the same place they got the mask that looks like a skull
Posted by Anguirus  on  Wed May 31, 2006  at  09:52 AM
Well thats the hole point they believe it is a goahst from that time. So there for it would already have those colths. But I was only saying that if that being was not a goahst but a person from the first statment I made. Although usally goahst a forms of mist or orbs so it is strange to see it in full body form. The questions the very athesisty/truth of this report. :coolsmile:
Posted by Catherine Elizabeth Bryant Wickett  on  Wed May 31, 2006  at  05:00 PM
Perhaps you all should take a lesson in spelling....lol. Seems like 90% of what was posted on this subject was mis-spelled big time 😊
Posted by Melissa MacKinnon  on  Wed May 31, 2006  at  05:26 PM
Perhaps you should take a lession in being polite. Then again that may be beyond your mental capacity. No one is perfect, espeically not you so get over it. 😝 🐍 😏 anyways back to the topic so what do people think of this? :coolsmile:
Posted by Catherine Elizabeth Bryant Wickett  on  Wed May 31, 2006  at  10:55 PM
Hampton Court Palace is in the SW of London on the Thames.It was the home of Henry the 8th,the father of Elizabeth the 1st.A great place to visit,lots to see..... apart from ghosts, and some half decent pubs nearby.Sorry Catherine,but I have to agree with Melissa,your spelling is pretty bad,although I have to say not unusual.Seems to be a popular pastime in north America,writing bollocks on the net and then spelling it all wrong.
Posted by gary matthews  on  Fri Oct 20, 2006  at  05:18 PM
Good grief, Gary! Do not assume that all of us in North America are either illiterate or pathetically-poor spellers. That being said, Melissa--I was appalled at the spelling, too, but it is much classier to keep one's mouth shut (or keep printed words to one's self) than to stoop to an insulting level when trying to make a point. Why point out the obvious, unless you unjustly assume that you are more intelligent than everyone else reading this? Catherine, please get a dictionary or use spellcheck if you want anyone to take you seriously! Oh,yes...Gary, you could also use a little work on your grammar. At this point, does anyone even remember what they came to this site for??? Something about the Hampton Ghost, I believe...??????
Posted by C Young  on  Mon Oct 30, 2006  at  12:04 AM
o.0 do u all really believe in ghosts??
Posted by Unknown  on  Wed Jan 17, 2007  at  11:32 PM
Posted by ravi  on  Tue Mar 27, 2007  at  09:56 PM
Wikipedia says "as of 2004, it's been proven to be a hoax" - rather typically, it says so without a citation or any type of explanation.

So... what are the latest findings about this particular event? Anyone knows? (And cares to share?)
Posted by Who cares? ;)  on  Thu Sep 27, 2007  at  06:28 PM
uuuummmm, well i dont rele know wut 2 say... oh i know.. thiz iz my first time on this web site, and i wuz reading the other posted comments, aaannd...................................................... i'm kinda freaked.( but curious/interested).
Posted by kianna  on  Sun Jul 27, 2008  at  11:08 AM
am i the only one that has noticed he is wearing trainers
Posted by sioux  on  Wed Aug 05, 2009  at  08:51 AM
Catherine Elizabeth Bryant Wickett... you really really can't spell...
Posted by cherry  on  Wed Apr 07, 2010  at  06:02 PM
good one, cherry! :lol:
Posted by C Young  on  Wed Apr 07, 2010  at  06:18 PM
:coolmad: :exclaim: :zip:
Posted by anonymous  on  Thu Jun 24, 2010  at  03:34 PM
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