Samlesbury Hall, Lancashire: The legendary White Lady is the Hall’s most popular ghost. It is said that the White Lady is the ghost of Dorothy Southworth. She is often seen floating down the many corridors of the halls, crying for the love she lost.
In 2004 a visiting paranormal group snapped what appears to be the picture of a knight in Castello Visconteo (Visconti Castle) in Trezzo sull'Adda, Milan. They believe it to be the ghost of Bernabò Visconti, Lord of Milan. Visconti was imprisoned by his nephew, Gian Galeazzo, Lord of Pavia, who seized the castle in 1385. A few months after being imprisoned, Visconti died after being poisoned.
John Zaffis has nearly forty years experience investigating the paranormal. In 2004, he opened the John Zaffis Paranormal Museum, which houses many of the strangest (and most haunted) objects he's encountered in his career. John gave us a tour of the museum and shared the stories behind some of its exhibits.