5 Movies With “Real” Ghosts In Them

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Over the years, there have been several movies that have had uninvited guests popping up on screen with the paid actors.

There have also been several movies that have had strange; one would even say supernatural happenings, that have plagued the movie sets during production and after.

It is up to you to decide if these are truly supernatural or just strange coincidences.

1. Ghost In “Three Men And A Baby?”

“Three Men and a Baby” was a movie released in 1990 starring Ted Danson. During the movie, Ted and his mother are walking through his house. In a split second you can see what appears to be the ghost of a young boy in the background hiding within the curtains of a window.

Rumors circulated once the movie hit VHS that the ghost was a boy who had died in the house where the movie was filmed. There’s even a clip on YouTube with the apparition so check it out, if you dare…

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  • Earych

    Predator 2 was a great movie and added quite a bit to the Predator mythos. For instance: they will not kill you if you weapon is a toy and if you are pregnant. Also, if you kill one of them, the Predators do not hold a grudge. The movie actually begs the question if the Predators are villains at all. If anything, their only failing is their inability to distinguish good guys or bad.
    Loved the movie and still do.

  • JeannieCollum

    creepy

  • Bothumb

    Took me two seconds to find out that it was a cardboard cutout of Ted Danson.

  • Hubie337

    Sorry but saying Predator 2 was a terrible sequel and leaving out Caddyshack 2 is laughable. Nothing has ever met the level of sucktitude of Caddyshack 2.

  • Amanda Jones

    they put the cutout there after the boy in the window. the boy in the window sneeked into the loft and fell out of the window. they heard the scream of the kid and then stopped filming. instead of reshooting the the spot the put up the cutout hopeing that no one would notice.

  • Lance Miller

    Was coming here to say essentially this exact thing. All the attributes and mythology that fans love about the Predator actually started here in the sequel. It’s actually the reason I prefer it to the original.