Did you know that you can get a look at a haunted house, the beaches of Hawaii and even an ant farm all from the comfort of your computer chair? Live web cams, like Dddavid's Ghostcams, for example, broadcast 24 hours a day. Sure, most of the time all you'll catch in the occasional fluttering curtain, but that doesn't mean it's not fun to watch.
In this case, the Victorian house was built more than 100 years ago. Seven cameras are placed throughout it in hopes of capturing a glimpse of a haunted spirit. In the event you happen to spot a ghost, send us a screenshot, will you? Possible hauntings not your thing? Check out these other funny, weird, and always interesting live cams.
|Las Vegas Wedding Chapel|
Never been to a Vegas wedding? Watch as couples in this Las Vegas Wedding Chapel proclaim their love and tie the knot. Each wedding is unique – complete with decorations and costumes, in true Vegas style.
|Pusser's Marina Cay Red Box Cam|
On the edge of a serene dock in Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands sits a small, red phone booth, an iconic symbol of Great Britain. Watch as tourists take pictures in it, in front of it, next to it. You get what we mean.
|Rogue Valley Humane Society Critter Cam|
Located in Grants Pass, Oregon, puppies and kittens play together as they wait to be adopted. We suggest you not only can watch these furry critters jump, fetch, and leap. Drive on over to your local Humane Society and give one a forever home.
|Steve's Ant Farm|
Do you prefer to look at bugs through the glass? How about your computer screen? At Steve's Ant Farm, you can spend the day watching the adventures of these small insects as they work through their day building new tunnels underground. Steve's Ant Farm is one of the first live-streaming webcams and was created in 1994.
|Monterey Bay Aquarium|
The Monterey Bay Aquarium is located on California's Pacific Coast and is home to a one-million-gallon open sea exhibit. You can expect to see beautiful schools of sardines, Bluefin tunas, pelagic rays, sea turtles, and sharks. Tune in at the right time of day, and you can even get a glimpse of the underwater creatures during feeding time.
|Maui Kai Kaanapali, Hawaii|
Hit full screen on this cam and turn your desktop into a tropical getaway. Watch as the waves roll in and tourists stroll along in the sand. This beach is located on the west side of Maui, and in the distance are outlines of other Hawaiian islands, including Molokai and Lanai.
|United States Antarctic Program Webcam|
Operated by the National Science Foundation, these two cameras stream images of the South Pole, where the average temperature is -76 degrees in the winter and the elevation level is 9,300 feet. Both cameras are permanently mounted and serve to inform the international scientific community.
|Abbey Road Crossing|
The Beatles crossed Abbey Road in one of their iconic photographs almost 44 years ago. Now you can watch as others do the same. Tourists from all over the world seek out this famous crosswalk in hopes of recreating that famous scene.
|Appalachian Ski Mountain|
Missing out on the winter slopes? Check out this cam in the Appalachian Mountains at Blowing Rock, North Carolina. This camera rotates, and zooms in and out, giving you gorgeous views of the hilly trails. Watch as skiers and snowboarders make their way down the mountain trails. The mountain is well-lit at night, so you can watch the night skiers too.