C&O canal towpath entity?
Leigh of the West Virginia Society of Ghost Hunters took this photo on a recent ghost hunt on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath. (Look to the right of the image.)
There was no one with me on the towpath when I took this picture. I also have another shot which seems to be an enitity alsoThe towpath was used by mules to pull the canal boats. It is long disused for canal boats, but is a National Park. The ghost hunt occurred on a wintry night. Here's how the group's founder and president Susan Crites described the event (reprinted with her kind permission):
HI Ben! I thought you might like to see this remarkable photo taken on last night's ghost hunt! It was cooooold and the snow/ice was deep but it was a remarkable hunt! Even our most experienced people were speechless! The short version is that first there was one set of ghostly foot steps crunching in the snow toward a knot of ghost hunters then, two sets, then ten sets, then twenty sets of clearly audible footsteps running at ghost hunters; sound exploding for more than a minute as ghost hunters stood still and, well, speechless and scared. Folks are writing up their experiences and we'll send a compilation to everyone!