EarthCam’s Spooky Webcams Live for Halloween
EarthCam Presents the Best Halloween Webcams from Around the World
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
EarthCam's Spooky Webcams provide links to numerous "spooky webcams". Visitors will have the chance to see live images of places worldwide that are believed to be haunted, as well as people partying and celebrating the unofficial holiday. The collection of cameras includes the Las Vegas Wedding Chapel Cam where they transform the chapel from traditional weddings to spectacular themed weddings; the Haunted Library that features 2 ghost cams - one inside Willard Library and one in the children's room where the "Grey Lady Ghost" has been known to appear in Evansville, Indiana; and the Halloween Bourbo Cam where they will be talking with costumed vampires, cute kittens, fairies, Santas, Satans and much more!
Also included as part of EarthCam's Spooky Webcamswill be access to archives from past EarthCam webcasts. Visitors will have the opportunity to watch clips of past Halloween parades from Greenwich Village, as well as view archived images from webcams that were strategically placed at the famous Jekyll & Hydes in New York City.
Visit EarthCam to see EarthCam's Spooky Webcams, along with many other great collections of cameras, at www.earthcam.com.
EarthCam.com is the leading network of live webcams and is recognized as such by popular search engines like Google, Yahoo! and MSN. As the premier webcam portal, EarthCam offers the most comprehensive search engine of webcams from around the world. EarthCam provides webcam software and technology services to corporate clients that include Panasonic, Ford, NASA, Kodak, This Old House, Microsoft, Disney, Toyota, Hilton Hotels, Coca-Cola, Discover Card, Samsung, Chicago Bears, and the Seattle Space Needle. As the foremost provider of live images on the Internet, EarthCam webcasts events such as the Daytona 500, Mardi Gras, international concerts, New Year's Eve in Times Square and the Super Bowl for the NFL. Visit EarthCam at www.earthcam.com.