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Elisabeth Ward said...

Hi Virginia,

I wanted to talk to you about maybe using an image from your site on a 'Haunted map. Do you have an email address I can contact you on?

Thank you for your time


Virginia Lamkin said...

Which image? Many I use are off Wiki Commons or no longer under a copyright date--open domain etc.. Some are mine. Which one do you want to use?

Virginia Lamkin said...

That photo I found at They present this photo to share in several sizes. They do no provide the name of the photographer. Here is the page

Hope this helps.

Marc Strumpf said...

I just got back from San Antonio where I spent a little time visiting the Alamo... Took some pics that I didnt look at until just now.

Three pictures have ghosts in them....Clearly, unmistakably.

I took them at the rear of the Mission where particularly brutal hand to hand fighting took place
Several figures. One or two men are in a fighting stance. Smokey.. A horse we think. Other figures....... Nothing at all was there floating around when i took them.

Lord have mercy.

Virginia Lamkin said...

Cool! Share one with me and I will publish it on my piece about the Alamo with your name.

john binder said...


Nice job distilling the research Bill Willard and I did on the Inez Clarke/Briggs mystery down to a few paragraphs so that readers could easily sink their teeth into it and get the important facts straight.

John Binder

Jim Burch said...

Virginia, I am writing a book on the tidal Potomac River, and have finally gotten down to Lookout Point, where I found reference to your great research into ghosts. May I quote you and give your references in this book, to be entitled "The River That Is America?"

Here is the part that notes your work: "Virginia Lamkin has a webpage dedicated to the many sounds recorded at Point Lookout and at other sites as well, and, if you want to hear 45 of the Point Lookout ghosts recorded, as ofAugust 2017, just click this web page and then on the title in the left-hand box for each:"

Jim Burch
13419 Cavalier Woods Drive
Clifton, VA 20124

Virginia Lamkin said...

Jim put the name of my blog "Seeks Ghosts" in your cite, if you do this I give you my permission.

K said...

Hi Virginia,

I'm from a Japanese TV production company.
Just wondering if we can use the picture of 'The Crying Boy' on your blog.
What I need is the one with a capture: One version of print.
We will credit your name 'Seeks Ghosts'.

Many thanks,


Lance Eberhardt said...

Hi Virginia,

We love your blog and the information in it. Our experiences were recently featured on The Dead Files. We also started a blog to tell our story because we got so many questions after the show aired Our goal in sharing our story is to help others and give them the courage to come forward to get the help they need. We also put your blog on our links so that our readers can have easy access to your blog. If you would like to do the same with ours let me and I can give you the site address.