Monday, October 29, 2007

Top 15 Most Famous Ghost Pictures Ever Taken

"The Brown Lady" of Raynham HallThis photo was taken in 1936 at Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England. This portraint of "The Brown Lady" is arguably the most famous and well-regarded ghost photograph ever taken. The ghost is thought to be that of Lady Dorothy Townshend, wife of Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount of Raynham, residents of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England in the early 1700s. It was rumored that Dorothy, before her marriage to Charles, had been the mistress of Lord Wharton. Charles suspected Dorothy of infidelity. Although according to legal records she was buried in 1726, it was suspected that the funeral was a sham and that Charles had locked his wife away in a remote corner of the house until her death many years later.

His Favorite ChairRemember how Archie Bunker liked his recliner so much that he never let anyone else sit in it? Well, ol' Archie doesn't have anything on Lord Combermere. After being ran over by a horse-drawn carriage he died in 1891. A photographer set up a camera with its shutter open for one hour in the manor's library while the entire staff was off at Lord Combermere's funeral, some four miles away. When the plate was developed, the startling image of what looks to be a man's head and arm sitting in the chair was immediately noticed. Many of the staff said that the image looked very much like the late lord, and it happened to be sitting in Combermere's favorite chair in the library.

Freddy Jackson's ComebackFreddy Jackson was a mechanic in the Royal Air Force in World War I. Freddy Jackson's squadron served onboard the H.M.S. Daedalus. Freddy Jackson was killed in 1919 when an airplane propeller hit him. Two days later when the squadron assembled for a group photo, Freddy Jackson faithfully showed up, grinning behind the ear of a fellow comrade. Guess nobody bothered to tell Freddy Jackson that he was dead. His face was widely recognized in this photo by members of the squadron.

Stair Case Ghost of National Museum, Greenwich, EnglandRev. Ralph Hardy, a retired clergyman from White Rock, British Columbia, took this now famous photograph in 1966. He intended merely to photograph the beautiful staircase in the Queen's House section of the National Museum in Greenwich, England. Upon development, however the photo revealed a shrouded figure climbing the stairs, seeming to hold the railing with both hands. Experts, including some from Kodak, who examined the original negative concluded that it had not been tampered with. Its been said that unexplained figures have been seen on occasion in the vicinity of the staircase, and unexplained footsteps have also been heard.

Darn Backseat Drivers!In 1959 Mable Chinnery went to the cemetery to visit the grave of her mother, as any devoted daughter is apt to do. She took some photos of the gravesite and then turned and took this picture of her husband sitting alone in the car's passenger seat. The film was developed and this came out: somebody sitting in the backseat wearing glasses, clear as day. Mrs. Chinnery swore that the "backseat driver" was none other than her own mother... whose gravesite she was standing next to when she took the picture! Hmmmm... a live husband and a deceased mother-in-law looking over his shoulder: there's a joke here, I just know it.

What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?Back in 1996 Ike Clanton took this photo of a friend wearing western duds, in the middle of Tombstone's Boothill Graveyard. They swear that nobody else was in sight when they made this picture. Furthermore, some time later they tried to restage this picture with someone standing at the spot where the "mystery man" appears in the background. Ike Clanton says that it was impossible to take such a picture and not show the rear person's legs. Clanton said he wasn't so sure about Tombstone being haunted, but this photo made a believer out of him. There's so much ghostly activity going on in the famous town that Clanton's set up a special section of his website dedicated to Tombstone's population of yesteryear. Well worth checking out, if nothing else than for the sense of history that this excellent website conveys.

Come On Baby, Light My Fire
Of all the ghost photos I've seen (well, except for that one that I can't show at the present time), this one is hands-down the most eerie. Probably the most disturbing too. I didn't know about this one until a few months ago. Almost ten years ago, on November 19th, 1995, Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England was engulfed in flames and burned to the ground. As firefighters tried to stave off the inferno a town resident, Tony O'Rahilly, took pictures from across the street using a telephoto lens on his camera. There, rather clearly in one of the photos, is what looks very much to be a small girl standing in a doorway, with the brightness of the flames behind her. No one ever remembered there being a small girl present on scene, much less in that close a proximity to the fire. The photo and the original negative were turned over to a photo expert who decided that the picture was 100% authentic: "The negative is a straightforward piece of black-and-white work and shows no sign of having been tampered with." Okay, so what's a girl ghost doing in such a big fire? Well in 1677 a fire destroyed many of Wem’s wooden houses. The fire was said to have been caused by a 14-year old girl named Jane Churm, who had been careless with a candle. Churm died in the fire along with several others, and her ghost is said to still haunt the area. Whether there's such a thing as ghosts or not, it must be said: if this is just a trick, an illusion of smoke and fire that happened to be captured on film, it's a zillion-to-one coincidence that it just so happened to appear in the form of a girl who also died in a terrible fire at the same location. But hey, stranger things than that have happened in this world, right?

Ghost of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, ChicagoThis photo was taken during an investigation of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery near Chicago by the Ghost Research Society(GRS). On August 10, 1991 several memeber of the GRS were at the cemetery, a small abandoned garveyard on the edge of the Rubio Woods Forest Preserve, near the suburb of Midlothian, Illinois. Reputed to be one of the most haunted cemeteries in the U.S., Bachelor's Grove has been the site of well over 100 different reports of strange phenomena, including apparitions, unexplained sights and sounds, and even glowing balls of light. When developed, this image emerged: what looks like a lonely looking young woman dressed in white sitting on a tombstone. Parts of her body her partially tranparent and the style of the dress seems to be out of date.

"And the sea gave up the dead which were in it..."I first saw this photo over twenty years ago. It was the first "ghost photo" I ever came across and it still wigs me out to look at it. In 1924 James Courtney and Michael Meehan, two crewmen of the tanker S.S. Watertown, were accidentally killed by gas fumes while cleaning a cargo tank. The crew of the Watertown - on its way to the Panama Canal from New York City – buried the two sailors at sea off the Mexican coast. That was on December 4th. On December 5th the first mate reported that the faces of Courtney and Meehan were appearing in the water off the port side of the ship. Over the next several days every member of the crew witnessed the faces appear and disappear, including the ship's captain. When he reported this to his supervisors after docking in New Orleans it was suggested that he try to photograph the faces. Captain Keith Tracy bought a camera and the ship was soon underway again. Sure enough, the faces appeared, and Tracy took six pictures, then secured the camera in the ship's vault. The camera was not removed until it was taken to a commercial developer after docking in New York City. Five of the photos showed nothing unusual, but the sixth clearly showed what was said to be the faces of the two dead crewmen. No evidence of forgery or tampering of the film was ever discovered. The faces stopped appearing after a new crew was brought aboard the Watertown.

The Newby Church MonkReverend K.F. Lord took a picture of the altar at his church in North Yorkshire, England (why are the GOOD ghosts always found in England?) and this is what came out. The picture and the negative are said to have been thoroughly examined by photographic experts and they can't find any evidence that this was either a double exposure, or artificially altered. The "thing" is calculated to be standing nine feet tall, and no one's found any record of a monk that humongous ever being at Newby Church. Who is it? What is it? Trick of light or something else? Either way it's way too creepy to not mention on this list.

Ghost Child at CemeteryA woman named Mrs. Andrews was visiting the grave of her daughter Joyce, who died at 17. Andrews saw nothing unusual when she took this photo of Joyce's gravemarker. When the film was developed, Mrs. Andrews was astonished to see the image of a small child sitting happily at her daughter's grave. The ghost child seem to be aware of Mrs. Andrews since he or she is looking directly into the camera. Is it possible a double exposure? Mrs. Andrews said there were no such children nearby when she took the photograh and moreover did not recognize the child at all. It was no one she would have taken photograh of. She remarked that she did not believe it was the ghost of her daughter as a child.

London's St. Botolph's Chruch GhostIn 1982, photographer Chris Brackley took a photograph of the interior of London's St. Botolph's Chruch, but never expected what would appear on the film. High in the Church's loft, seen in the upper right hand corner of his photogarph, is a transparent form of what looks like a woman. According to Brackley, to his knowledge there were only three people in the church when this photograh was taken, and none of them were in that loft.

Church Minister GhostAccording to Brad Steiger's Real Ghosts, restless spirits and haunted places, where this photo was found, there was only one other photographer in the church beside the person who took this picture. Neither of them recalled seeing ghost or any flesh-and-blood person standing there who could account for this image. Because the figure is all in black, it has been theorized that the apparition could be that of the churuch minister.

Grandfather Ghost Standing Behind Grandmother"The lady in the color photo is my granny," she says. "She lived on her own until age 94, when her mind started to weaken and had to be moved to an assisted living home for her own safety. At the end of the first week, there was a picnic for the residents and their families. My mother and sister attended. My sister took two pictures that day, and this is one of them. It was taken on Sunday, 8/17/97, and we think the man behind her is my grandpa who passed away on Sunday, 8/14/84. We did not notice the man in the picture until Christmas Day, 2000 (granny had since passed away), while browsing through some loose family photos at my parents' house. My sister thought it was such a nice picture of granny that she even made a copy for mom, but still, nobody noticed the man behind her for over three years! When I arrived at my parents' house that Christmas day, my sister handed me the picture and said, "Who do you think this man behind granny looks like?" It took a few seconds for it to sink in. I was absolutely speechless. The black and white photos show that it really looks like him."
I don't need what might be a ghost's photograph to attest to this truth: when you're in love with that one special someone, nothing will stop you from being with that person. But it's still pretty nice to get a tangible confirmation of that every once in awhile..

Railroad Crossing Ghost in San Antonio, TexasA Strange legend surrounds a railroad crossing of San Antonio, Texas. The intersection of the roadway and railraod track, so the story goes, was the site of a tragic accidents in which several school-aged children were killed - but their ghosts linger at the spot and will push idled cars across the tracks, even though the path is uphill. Andy and Debi Chesney's daughter and some of her friends had recently been to the crossing to test the legend, and she took some photographs. Inexplicably, a strange, transparent figure turned up in one of the photos.
Source: knbc.com
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169 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey sorry, i need help. I used to be able to view the pictures from this website, why can't I see any pictures now?

PatientlyWaitingMary said...

Okay so these are really cool but why does the The Newby Church Monk look exactly like the character from the movie Scream??? Hmmmm ... not sure about that one!

Myfanwy said...

Sometimes it is good to be reminded that we don't have an answer to everything that happens in this world.
I agree about the Newby monk. If only half the pictures are legitimate it's a humbling thought!

Frida said...

The photo of the Newby Church monk has been around for years; I've seen it in several different books. I have a book printed in the 70's that I've had since I was a kid, that has that photo in it. I'd say it's more likely the Scream villain was derived from this photo, not the other way round.

Very very damn cool pics. :D

Genius said...

Every one of those pictures can easily be explained by camera trickery, incompetent photography, or plain coincidence. I've made more convincing ghost pictures in my basement.

Frida said...

Okay, genius, post some. Seriously, I wanna see them.

Jeana said...

I agree with frida. Go ahead, genius. Show us those fraud pics. Oh and btw, my all-time fave one is the girl in the fire, so I was glad to see it shown here.

The Manticore said...

The last one, at the very least is probably just light reflecting off the RR Xing sign.

Anonymous said...

These images are REALLY freaky, especially if ye look at them at night on... *gulp*... HALLOWEEN...

James said...

You don't need to be genius to know that all of these pictures could be reproduced with the most basic of photographic knowledge. Find out about long exposures and then see how you feel about them.

Anonymous said...

Well I doubt the all be that famous if they could easily be explained by camera trickery

Anonymous said...

Isn't the villain from the Scream movies taken from Edvard Munch's painting The Scream?

And yeah genius, at least give us a link to see your wonderful photographic trickery done in your basement.

Justin McKane said...

Haven't you guys ever heard of double exposures? It's the easiest way to reproduce a person onto a picture of something else.
Search google pictures for double exposure

or I can give you some links:
Here or here

Being famous doesn't mean that it's unexplainable. Appeal to popularity is a logical fallacy. And as for the shropshire town hall girl, isn't it curious that no ghost pictures are seen when you take the picture, but when you go to expose the pictures you see a ghost image? This is a good discussion on the other, and I think, more rational, arguements for what the "little girl" is

Spirithound said...

So why do several of the little blurbs specifically say that experts say that double-exposure did not occur?

Anonymous said...

HI very creepy but did anyone notice in the picture of the grandma and her dead husband standing behind her, that the top left corner there what seems a scary face, and the pic of the women sitting on the tomb there something weird looking about the tree! spooky or what!!

Justin McKane said...

Okay, only one says "experts" say, not naming who the expert is, it's an easy way to weasel out of providing evidence. the others say there's no evidence found by these fishy non-named "experts." Convenient that no names are named.

Anonymous said...

I'm gonna go ahead and avoid the imminent flaming war and just wonder what the picture that can't be show at the present time is.

Anonymous said...

honestly.... they said that the picture of the burning girl was taken by a cellphone camera...do those have negatives...im not sure...but whatever

Anonymous said...

I believe these are real...I personally have seen, been pushed, and had someone or something call my name twice...Not all at once, years apart, but I know these pictures are not phony, and if they are, I still know that these things exist. I feel sorry for those who do not believe. I guess its one of those things, u have to see to believe.

Anonymous said...

Not cellphone camera... TelePHOTO lens... on his camera. Learn to read.

Anonymous said...

All of these comments are fine and dandy except from some critical fault: there is no such thing as ghosts. Sorry. I wish there were just as much as the next guy, but let's not kid ourselves.

Anonymous said...

I believe these are real...I personally have seen, been pushed, and had someone or something call my name twice...Not all at once, years apart, but I know these pictures are not phony, and if they are, I still know that these things exist. I feel sorry for those who do not believe. I guess its one of those things, u have to see to believe.

Is it just me or could this easily be a Religious god argument as well?

Anonymous said...

Ghosts may exist, they may not. Either way...a lot of these photos have been double exposed or even photo-shopped (the child by the grave...the child is far too large to actually be in the picture). It can be agreed that "famous" does not mean "real".
Personally, I believe in ghosts for the most part, though pictures make me skeptical. These all look fake, especially the one of the grandmother. That looks to me just to be someone who got caught in the picture, not a ghost.
Also, these 'experts', I'll agree, are clever disguises for the lack of any real proof that these are legit.
Does anyone have anything better to do besides photoshop, blur, and blog pictures of black and white, too-fuzzy-to-be-determined "ghosts"?

Cameron Kennedy said...

lol THat's wierd.. a person a bit up said that it would be wierd to look at these pictures at night on halloween... boo yeah... Night and Halloween when i am looking at lol..... And the One with the 9 foot one and the baby look extremely fake...

Anonymous said...

That part about San Antonio is not as it seems, as well. The whole part about cars moving independently (as the story goes) is due to a terrain apparition called a gravity well, in which the foliage and such grow in the opposite direction that gravity would dictate. The gravity wells occur on hills, where the cars will seem to be moving independently, but it's just an optical illusion

Jarron R. said...

Ummmmm... You do know the photograph you are commenting on is WAAY older than the Scream movies, right? So you should be asking the character from the movie Scream look like the The Newby Church Monk? Dolt.


"8:11 AM, PatientlyWaitingMary said... "Okay so these are really cool but why does the The Newby Church Monk look exactly like the character from the movie Scream??? Hmmmm ... not sure about that one!"

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And they said the picture of the burning girl was taken by a TELEPHOTO LENSE... NOT a cell phone camera. There is a huge difference. Dolt.

"At 1:56 PM, Anonymous said... "honestly.... they said that the picture of the burning girl was taken by a cell phone camera...do those have negatives...im not sure...but whatever"

Anonymous said...

Of course ghosts are real...just like Santa Claus and the tooth fairy. Sheesh, no offence people but please go and educate yourselves. This is the 21st century, not the 14th.

Anonymous said...

umm... http://gfx.dagbladet.no/magasinet/2003/08/07/kunst_gal_1.jpg for the 9foot guy... painted in 1893

Anonymous said...

It is VERY annoying when other people make out that people with different beliefs to them are inferior.

Anonymous said...

ok, in the picture of the grandma and her ghost husband behind her....in the trees in the upper left handc corner of the picture, does anyone else see something that looks like a face? might just be the trees, but hwen i noticed it it kinda freaked me out.

al said...

the only reason all the good photos are from england is that were much better at faking them.

SexyMonica said...

thanks for sharing and I do think ghost are around us I wonder why only black n white pics are included why not any color pics???

Anonymous said...

Perhaps all the good pictures are form England because it's much older than the US and has has a lot more history..?

babyb15 said...

omg i see the face in the trees with the grandma in it! that is so creepy it looks like a nun or sumthin like with a robe and stuff. and the one with the baby is creepy.

gwyndaf edwards said...

In the picture of the old woman on top of the red car in the bush there are two faces one in color.

Anonymous said...

^^
Thats exactly why these things work. YOur brain is constantly attempting to make sense of the patterns and sensory information you take in. In an attempt to organize this information into common patterns it creates faces and fills in blanks and etc. Thats why you see faces in bushes and Jesus in tortilla burns and etc...
The fact that for the most part theyre all black and white also tells you something. Photo technologies were much different and so was the devloping process... easier to make mistakes in exposure and smudges and etc... You dont see color, digital photos of ghosts because the cameras take clear, accurate pictures. Oh yeah that and the fact they dont exist.

Anonymous said...

ok...maybe these are real, maybe they arnt, but if you are gonna say something doesnt exist, proove it damnit! and NO, 1-3 facts is not enough proof. also stop being three year old children and flaming each other.

Anonymous said...

... I think the burden of proof lies with those who are claiming ghosts do exist. I have no reason to believe they do, and until I'm given a reason to change my opinion, it'll stay that way.

JayHawk said...

A possible explanation of the armchair one: They said that the lens was left open for a whole HOUR. If someone sat in the chair for just a few minutes, the lighter (more reflective) parts of their faces and clothes would show up on the film as a "ghost" image.
I agree with people, the 9-foot-tall dude and the baby look fake.
Otherwise, These are some impressive ghost pics. I've had some unexplainable experiences myself, but that's another discussion.

SexyJenny said...

Thanks for sharing this post , really very informative and I am into ghosts :P :P :P :P :P

Anonymous said...

To the person who said: "but if you are gonna say something doesnt exist, proove it damnit!" I just want to remind you that it is immposible to "prove" that something does not exist. Think about it.

Anonymous said...

ummm... i actually went to san antonio to that railroad crossing. i jumped a nearby fence into a field and saw two white figures that looked exactly like the ones in the last picture

Anonymous said...

Did anyone notice in the picture of the 2 shipmans faces, beside them on the left there is a baby's face?

Anonymous said...

To everyone who posts a comment here saying that these photos can be easily explained:

Someday, people are just going to have to wake up and realize that we DON'T know everything, and never will. The sheer possiblity that these lingering spirits don't exist shouldn't stop anyone from believing. Of course, everyone's entitled to their own opinions, and I totally agree that there are a few reasonable arguements out there claiming that ghosts don't exist. I'm just saying, maybe you should open your mind a bit. Half the fun is the thrill of believing and thinking, "Gee, maybe it wasn't double exposure, maybe it wasn't photoshopped, maybe ghosts are just real." So come on, don't be so critical! Be a little bit more accepting to other people's theories and beliefs, and always bear in mind there is no real proof that ghosts do or do not exist. It's up to you to decide what to make of it. OPEN YOUR MIND!!!

Oh, and to the guy who thinks he can "make more convincing photos in his basement", get a life. Let's either see the damn pictures, or find something better to do than bitch about famous ghost pictures.

Anonymous said...

you've got to be a chump to believe in ghosts, but to each their own. Although it does make one worry about the gullibility of society.

Anonymous said...

Well .. I have a reason that something "out of this world" does exist. But do also understand the ppl who don't belive in such things. Coz i didn't belive untill i did experience something thaat i don't want to talk about here =)

Everybody can have their own opinion. Ppl should respect that.

Anonymous said...

Well, I can definitely say the child in the grave is obviously fake.

Anonymous said...

i shocked

Anonymous said...

* looks behind her to make sure that there isn't a ghost with a hatchet :P

CollegeGirl said...

Nice one really enjoyed it ;)

Kurai Yukita said...

Those. Pictures. Are. Scary!

Mum's not home, I believe in ghosts, I've been scared several times today I'm tense and I was looking at the pictures....
NOT a good combination... -__-'

Anonymous said...

To all the people that don'r belive in ghosts.... I'm a ghost. I died 3 years ago on a small farm in Alberta, Canada. If I was truly gone, how could I write this?

It's fun being a ghost!

Metallic demon said...

ha ha, the monk one is so creapy its my favourite!!!!

Cozytailmom said...

The ghost in the Tombstone graveyard gave me the heebie-jeebies. It was all zombie-ish coming out of the ground.

James Bunnell said...

To all those " Ghosts aren't real.", "Join the 21st Century, ghosts don't exist." and of course "Blah blah blah, I'm a uppity shwaz". What happened in your lives that took away your ability to see the truly interesting things going on in the world around you? And how exactly do you know? Did you get a copy of the 'Manual to Everything in the World', and I didn't? What kind of egotistical crap is that? Do you have proof-positive? Prove that ghosts aren't real. Please. Then I'll throw out some personal stories, that happened to me mind you, in retort. I DO believe, cause I've seen. Sooooooo, nah.

Jazzicaaa said...

These pics r pretty kool and i like a good scare and I agree that the Monk 1 is a fake and it is easily done
But the rest r ausomeee

Anonymous said...

Ever single picture is either a chop or light reflections. Its obvious when there is light reflecting off the faces in different patterns then those of the faces of actual people. And the dude walking in the church is a motion blur, my daughter can do those....

Anonymous said...

the baby's hair in the cemetery looked awfully like flowers like the hogzilla conspiracy,here is a link to a photo of it http://www.minifarmhomestead.com/images/hogzilla.jpg

photo experts cannot decide if it was real, they found out it was not tampered with, the ear could be real or an optical illusion. The ear could be a crack in the ground relating to the baby's hair

Mooky said...

Cool pictures but hardly proof for me. The odds that ghosts are real seem pretty darn slim. The idea that a dead body would have some kind of floating thing-a-ma-jig that floats around the natural world. I wonder if we could float through space and time? What would we be made out of? I hope ghosts are real, cause its cool, but frankly I have to assume they're not for now. Still... it's fun to be spooked sometimes :D BOO!

Anonymous said...

well no one will belive until they see something or has been touched or voices it is even better when everyone in the room seen it and heard it , i didn't belive it either. i thought they where crazy, but know i belive , but if you belive in god and his book and you never seen him/her or no good proof only people that are dead that wrote it maybe you are crazy !so that is how i feel now ,we cant belive in something we cant prove that sounds crazy? so we cant prove god so we shouldn't belive? well i belive in both i guess!

Anonymous said...

these are all awesome... the baby is definately fake, and the railroaad one DOES look like a trick of the light, but the monk one... still not sure about that. real or not, it's creepy as hell.

Shannon said...

Wow!! These are some awesome pictures. I just created my blog at http://www.truthorlies.typepad.com with some Area 51 pics and some ghosts pictures to come as well. Check them out- I know I'll check yours often- these are great!

Anonymous said...

hey man, this is such a cool website. All these pics are so dudey they set my soul on fire. Except the last one. That is SO FAKE MAN GET A LIFE DUDE

Anonymous said...

It would seem that the world is full of opinionated ppl and that theirs are the only ones that matter an open mind is an honest one. My ? is this if you would of ask some one in 1861 about things in the (21st century) would it have been believeable We will never know will we!!!!!

Tara said...

The reason a lot of them are black and white is that they are pretty old. A lot of them are from before colour film was common.

truth said...

it is a logical impossibility to prove something does not exist. the onus is always on the person trying to prove something does exist such as ghosts, fairies, santa claus, god etc... Sadly to say, no one has come close to proving any of these things.

connie said...

belive in ghost

Anonymous said...

i think there all real but i like the little girl pics best i love ghost's my friend has seen them and so has my mom

ing said...

The character in the movie Scream which came out in 1996 was based on a painting by Edvard Munch painted in 1893. here is a link to a pic of the painting http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f4/The_Scream.jpg

iluvghostsand beliveinthem said...

i know that ghosts are real i have personlly heard somthin calling me and my friends name and we have heard the same things at the same time

scary belive in them, ppl

Anonymous said...

Normally I would say 'to each his own', but I seem to sense a pattern here. Why is that everyone that claims they saw or experienced a ghost are the hermits that stay in there houses waiting for this stuff to happen. Of course your mind is going to play tricks on you, you devote your life to finding them. Seriously, you should find some other way to channel your energy.

Anonymous said...

These pics are sooo scary!!!!

Anonymous said...

yo the pictures are amazing, though with most of the pics, they were taken in the Early 1900's. I doubt a lot of ppl knew about the camera tricks back then. I don't doubt the idea of ghosts or spirits or energy, their's a lot of controversy between if there are or there arn't any spirits. Though its all in what YOU want to believe yourself.

Anonymous said...

bitches aint shit but hos and tricks

Anonymous said...

Ghosts are real but there is also energey and demons. energey is wat u feel when u suddenly fell sad some were. (patientlywatingmary u r soo right it is scream) but seriously some of this is a trick of light or realyy a person or a hoax

Dani said...

hey that one with the girl in the fire looks EXACTLY like my friend Maddie but shes still alive as far as i know. I saw her 3 days ago so im pretty sure someone would of told me if she died...

Anonymous said...

rubbish.

Anonymous said...

i like a good scare and would give anything to believe in the photographs, some look good some fake but keep them coming just the same!

sweetypi said...

id love to believe but am not 100 percent, still love a good scare a much as any one else! keep them coming any way !!!!

Anonymous said...

This site has some okay pictures! but I have yet to see some that I really question and believe. Most of them weren't scary to me. I DO believe in ghosts and stuff and I have had stuff happen to me before as well as stuff with a group of people around. And, Yes, I am aware that you can trick yourself into seeing or hearing something that was not there. That is why I always keep an open mind when it comes to creepy things that have happened especially to me or someone I know very well! Just because I hear a strange noise or the DVD player turns off I don't automatically think "OMG THAT WAS A GHOST!!!!!!!!!!) I investigate and try to find a solution or explanation for it first. Then if I can't think of one or see why it did that or why I heared that, I think "well it may possibly have been a ghost" and I like to believe anyway! but I don't jump to conclusions about them. I am sensible with my beliefs. What I want is absolute proof that I can share with other people! I have my own experiences but then again nobody will REALLY believe what you say because no matter how well you know that person, you think that they are stretching the truth or totally lying or just jumping to conclusions. I can promise you--I will swear on my life that if anything REALLY creepy happens to me or I get a photo or anything, I will be totally truthful in each word that I say! What you should do after experiencing something really weird is write it down on paper explaining every detail about it the best that you can being as honest and truthful as you would want somebody else to be to you! anyway... yeah... I have quite a few experiences of my own that I can't explain logically! but I could paranormally! and some I just don't know what to think! LOL!

Anonymous said...

FAKE

Anonymous said...

DUCKING FAKE

GHosts r real said...

Okai to all the people who say that ghosts me ,and 6b of my friends all have this one little girl hunting us with black hair and she looks like she is from the 1900's or something.Oh and by the way u dont know everything so stop saying that u can tell when their fake and u know that it can be made fake and by the way most of the pics were from a long time ago and they didn't have the stuff to make fake pics so stop saying that there fake .!!! Gesse people oh and i hate people who don't open their mind

Anonymous said...

Look i think that some of the pics are fake but the little girl in the fire is real

Anonymous said...

whats wierd about the railroad one from san antonio, is that those railroad crossing lights are NEVER on. so i think its a fake, kuz why would they be on just as someones taking a pic?

Anonymous said...

i believe in ghost, my dad live a house build in 1889. my brother was taking a nap.later he wake and told me he hear footstep coming up and heard the door knob moved.later me told me and thought was me,i said i was outside all day. cheepy

Ghosts said...

Okai to all the people who say that ghosts aren't real have u ever herd of the show physic kids or peranormal state well anyway also me and 8 of mii friends have all seen this little girl named Vanessa Johnson and she is about 7 years old and she has black hair and she looks like she is from the 1900's or something like that.I know she is a ghost and one of mii friends can see spirits all the time and i belive in ghost's also nobody knows everything and i think that everyone is aloud to belive what they belive but dont always say what u think about things like this cause its not nice to make fun of someones belifes and i think that all u need is something unexplainable to happen like what has happend to me and some of mii friends.Some things that happen do make people think that ghosts r real especially when u cant explain what happend so please stop saying u know everything and that is all i wanted to say!!!!


oh ya and i belive in ghost's and u should too but its ur chicoe and i cant make u

Anonymous said...

some of them looks pretty fake!!

Amy said...

hey people i do belive in ghosts some of the pics here r fake but i have seen a little girl named Vanessa who is about 7years old and she died alot earlyer then i was born and i think she wants to tell me something and so a anyways u should belive in ghosts well bye

Marc said...

I work with a paranormal investigating group that is a family member of TAPS of the Sci-Fi TV show Ghost Hunters. My comment on the photos goes with about everything else that goes along with the paranormal for what one person believes another with believe something else. For the nonbeliever no amount of evidence will ever be enough to convince them that of a possible ghost. Some of these photos do look that they may be real to me, but others not so much. People can do some neat things to photos to fool people thats for sure.

Anonymous said...

dang some of these actually look real

eric said...

the one of the girl by the fence is nothing but a squirrel, but as for the others who know's

nakita said...

i believe there real because i don't think they could be photo shopped like that. well i hope you get more in. your biggest fan nakita from Ireland. ^_^ >_<

Anonymous said...

I love how people are such haters its really funny, but I have to say this,real or not, everyone to their own conclusion. Besides all this shit about can they doctor photos or not. Of course they can it has been done for a century, I am a photographer and I can tell you with a camera and now with photoshop and all the software out there I could be in a photo dining with the ghost of jimmy hoffa, to each his own in my opinion

Anonymous said...

These are awsome but I don't think they are actually supernatural spirits. I think they are fake. Try to intrest me some other time nothanks.

Anonymous said...

i do not belive on ghost all those photos are fake!!!!!!!!

ENIGMA said...

I saw the majority of the pictures of the monks over ten years ago. WAY before they even though of the movie Scream. These are all true. I saw the Tulip Staircase ghost when I was a child.

Anonymous said...

I'm a believer, no doubt about that but.....the kid on the grave.....WAY too defined.....I don't know that believe that one.....

patricia said...

omg i saw this website in skool and then me and my friend were scared so now ilove this website even though this is givin me a stomack ace idk lol bye bitches and hoes and other wrong things me and my boyfrined gonna go out and im not comin back a vergin bye

Anonymous said...

there's a clearly defined face in the background of the picture of the lady with her husband behind her. see?
http://i220.photobucket.com/albums/dd243/Crystaline_photo/faceintree.gif

Anonymous said...

do u not find it strange that all these pics are old as when not many people even owned cameras, and now practally everyone has a camera and prob 1000000 more photos are taking every day but yet no new photos of ghosts?
funny that huh?

Anonymous said...

how do ghosts have clothes? does that mean my favorite black dress will part with me in the afterlife? yea and it is weird that these photos are all from tha old days....but nonetheless i do not deny the idea of some sort of spirit or afterlife..its nice to wonder...but chillin in the ground amongst the wormies is cool too

Random guy said...

Hmmm... Well the thing about certain ghost pics & incidents & stuff is that they are so hard or impossible to prove/disprove. Off course some can be disproved & sensibly explained. But its just 1 of those things that I guess if U dont believe it for a while, & then all of a sudden u start hearing & seeing things & try to make sense of it, u start wondering if its possible that this is because of ghosts. Before we had our advanced knowledge of science, medicine, & psychology, ghosts were prbly for the most part, very believable. Today lots of incidents can be explained with the knowledge that we have, but there are some things that we still dont know or understand fully. Off course, if ancient ppl had the same knowledge of science & medicine & psychology that we do today, prbly alot of ghost reports & cases would of been dismissed. However it is kinda fun to believe in them. & again, we dont have any solid evidence to prove/disprove ghosts.

Anonymous said...

I just noticed in the picture with the old woman and her husbeand behind her , in the top left corner above her in hte trees, there is an image of what looks like the face of "death" and his hood. it's all black in that area , not green like the rest of the trees surrunding. i found it preetty cool. check it out.

Anonymous said...

why that all ghosts are wared clothes ? lol

anya said...

omg we have heard and watched the san antonio ghost video on how stuff works. it is incredible! we said that our parents san antonio texas and try it ourselves. and if it does not happen we said it would not be true. but, you have a picture don't you think that is proof?

Anonymous said...

i personally think ghosts are real. when i was about 6 i lived in a apartment in chi., IL. grant it i was 6, but i have 6 brothers and sisters that would agree with this. my parents had a statue in their bedroom of jesus. We all heard something calling my little sisters name from down the hall. she was 3. we kept her close and within 10 mins we heard a small crash. when we went into the room we found the statue of jesus with its head broken off. couldn't tell u if it was so called a demon or ghost but something knocked it off the shelf.

i was also in a abandoned house with 3 others when we heard a knock from the floor beneath us when two got up to go to the basement to see what made the sound there was a knock on the wall right next to me. the only ones in the room were my friend and i. it was not my other two friends cuz we could hear them in the basement. so for those who don't believe could u explain those things that happened to my family, friends, and I.

Beanie said...

Erm guys, just something i thought of.. In the 3rd picture, it seems that Freddy Jackson appeared as though he was expected (what i mean is, it looks like the other guys in the picture were aware of him at that time, otherwise they wouldn't have left some space for him to stand right?). Also, if you imagine for a moment that Jackson wasn't standing in the picture, the void that would've been left would be a little unnatural right (considering the fact that everyone in the picture was standing very close to each other, with some even having to squeeze in from behind)? Something to think about indeed...

P.S: I'm not a disbeliever in ghosts by the way

Anonymous said...

Hey anonymous, how about before telling us all to 'educate ourselves' you learn how to spell 'offense'???

Anonymous said...

"Is it just me or could this easily be a Religious god argument as well?"
Actually yes. Although we have years and years worth of "physical evidence", we still have yet to reach a conclusion of wether or not hauntings exsist. On the other hand, we have no evidence whatsoever that this "god" exsits, and people go to sing praise to him, thank him, and hope to have him lead them through their lives. I find it oober hard to beleive that an all powerful entity created the the earth, and the ever- expanding universe in a) just a couple of days and b) all by himself. In case you are wondering, yes, i am athiest, but i don't beleive half of the crazy crap that people think i do. Heck, i'd sooner sing praise to a flippin ghost than to an all powerful god. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Look again at the one with the old woman, over in the left-hand corner.
They noticed the man behind her, but not THAT?
I also think the Monk one is fake but it's still creepy.

Anonymous said...

I agree that the Monk one could be a fake because the face does look like the Scream movie character,though it couldn't possibly have been copied from that movie.It was too long before that movie came out to be. And as for the Grandma with Grandpa's ghost behind her,I like it. I did see the dark scary face you are referring to in the trees.Can't make up my mind.Lol. Also,look in the trees in the background on the right. If you linger long enough on any of the trees,things will sort of jump out at you. Great photo by the way.And yes,a definite attestament to undying love even in death.

Anonymous said...

Point of fact:

It is a physical and logical impossibility to prove that something doesn't exist (or didn't happen.)

This is why (in a criminal trial, for example) the Prosecution has to prove that the accused committed the crime. The accused can't "prove" that they didn't do it - you cannot prove the existance of a "non event".

As it relates to this, it's bothersome to see a continued request to those who don't believe; "prove that they don't exist."

It's impossible to prove that they don't, only to prove that they do.

Granted, skeptics may always try to come up with a reason why the "proof" isn't actual proof, just an example of our desire to see what we want to see, etc.

However, it's still on the believer to prove that something exists, not on the non-believer.

This same arguement applies to ghosts, the "soul", the afterlife, and yes, to "God."

Until proven factually, these are matters of faith - not fact.

Serafin said...

This is what you called the devil... because in the bible, a dead person is no longer excist and knows nothing in the world. A dead body is just like sleeping. and the soul is your flesh it can eat drink and rest.

the pictures show above is simply the devil they will deceive you!
you must be carefull

Anonymous said...

I believe that these pictures are real. Please keep in mind that the TRUEST photos are the older ones- pre 1970 ish. The technoology simply didn't exist as it does today to convincingly alter a photo. Look for really older photos- there are a few that were taken in the late 1800's and one or two during the civil war that have ghost figures in them. There was NO way early photographers could play around with them and edit. Think about it.

Anonymous said...

The San Antonio railroad crossing has nothing documented about the bus accident. This accident is supposed to be the cause of the hauntings and cars being pushed over the tracks. I have seen the video footage with the hand prints on the bumpers, as the cars are pushed up hill. It may have paranormal activity but it is not related to any bus accident. No children lost their lives at that railroad crossing.

Anonymous said...

William H. Mumler

Jason Collin Photography said...

I still don't believe in ghosts. All Japanese totally believe in ghosts though, like my wife.

Until someone can tell me what a ghost is made of, I can't believe.

Alex said...

alot of this is half exposed pics or double exposed. stand someone infront of a all white wall or background.... take their pic... film willl wind automatically... open the back and manually reverse the film.... take a new pic and the old one will be behind it. as for the staircase... you can tell there two left hands. so that means someone left the shutter open and someone walked up the steps mimicking an ghost. the other ones though could be real idk im not ignorant enough to talk bs on something i cant prove

blueyeball said...

I like the one of "Freddy Jackson was a mechanic". I know nothing of photography or double exposure but I would like to point out that the ghost is not wearing a hat yet everyone else in the photo is so how can that be double exposure?.. Please talk amongst yourselves

blueyeball said...

Can I bring your attention to the "Freddy Jackson was a mechanic" photo. I know nothing of photography or double exposure but I would like to point out that the ghost is not wearing a hat yet everyone else in the photo is so how can that be double exposure?.. Please talk amongst yourselves

Anonymous said...

I also noticed another face in the trees kinda looks like a nun butt the one with the baby is defenitly fake becausse most pictures of ghosts never show that gud

Anonymous said...

if you know photography you know how these pictures are taken

Anonymous said...

About the London's St. Botolph's Chruch Ghost picture... 1. I barely see details at all of that woman that's supposed to be there. 2. Could that possibly just be light from a window? There are some things that make images that we could misinterpret.

Anonymous said...

Cool, my favourite is definitely the girl in the fire. False or real, it's still really cool. :)

Anonymous said...

The Tombstone graveyard picture could have just been some bum who was asleep in the bushes. Just because you cant see his legs doesnt mean anything, he had been lying down for gods sake. Some of the pictures are creepy though, some are soooo obviously fake.

Anonymous said...

Personally, I think these photos look fake. I do however think it's incredibly small minded and quite frankly, ignorant to say out of hand, ghosts don't exist. Maybe not in the context that any of us may be thinking, but it doesn't mean those things aren't out there. I would love to say ghosts aren't real, but then I would be denying the many...experiences that myself and everyone in my house have witnessed.

And is it really so hard to believe? We're not talking werewolves and vampires here. We're examining something that is as mysterious to all of us as the origin of life, and that is the 'what-the-hell-happens-after-death?' So spare me the I'm an athesist this or I'm a Christian that. We all have our convictions, and when something comes along and shakes or puts a question mark over our set beliefs, we're all very quick to shut it down. Such is the disposition of man.

Sad.

Anonymous said...

i went to bachelors grove cemetary last night with some friends. i didnt expect to see anything i dont care what anyone says about these photos being fake, some of them may be but if you go to bachelors grove down the long path into the area of the lagoon (pond) you can see things, things you never imagined possible to see, you hear things,
cries of a boy and a women that sound more real than then if the person next to you were to cry. if you doubt go there at midnight and youll believe alot more then you used to

Bored Homework Girl said...

Hey I don't really believe in ghosts and the baby one plus the monk one were so fake. The other ones were creepy but seriously I am 13 and fairly open minded but I just don't the whole thing. I mean, like there wouldn't be a good photo taken with a modern camera that shows a ghost.

Bored Homework Girl said...

Oh, and going to places at night is ALWAYS creepy. Duh. Put up one photo of a clear as day ghost and then maybe I will believe it. Good luck! Your brain automatically links up lines to creates faces, that is why you see faces in the waves. if you were not told they were faces they wouldn't seem like faces. Read up people!

Anonymous said...

I love a good ghost photo. I was raised on the brown lady and the nun. I just relized though all the photos, with the exception of the centered ghost, are taken off to the side. If you just happend to be taking a picture of something why would you cut off half to get a good shot of something you cant see? Sadly, all of these scream fake now. My childhood fears have been shatterd.

raina said...

I believe in one ghost and that is the Holy Ghost. All of you need to wake up and see the wonderful, living world around you. Sure, it's great to have imagination, but you shouldn't believe in things or people that float around in a world they don't belong to. When our bodies die, our souls either got to heaven or hell. They don't stay where they can't do anything and no one can see them. The only ghost you might be able to see is the Holy Spirit. My mother saw it touch a man and it lives in me. I might not be able to change you minds or opinions on ghosts, but please reconsider. Rethinking about something just might save your life.

Jaym said...

Just an update on the San Antonio railroad shot... well, story. There is a new SyFy show called "Paranormal Fact or Faked" and they investigated the story of the kids pushing the cars up a hill over the railroad tracks... and THAT is true- in the sense that vehicles APPEAR to go uphill when in that spot.

However, they showed, by measuring the land, that it is actually downhill- the surrounding terrain creates an optical illusion that makes you THINK you're going uphill, when you're going downhill (this explains "gravity spots" all over the place, where water seems to run uphill, etc.)

Also... the site is not the location of the school bus accident where the kids died (which happened, but 200 miles away).

Without mentioning the last photo in the show, it is debunked simply due to the fact the spot isn't haunted!

The others are interesting though- and many done prior to a time when double exposure was possible due to the technology of cameras.

As to those saying there should be evidence on modern quality cameras... there's a TON of evidence by paranormal groups all over the nation.

As to those who are 13 and 14 claiming how open minded they are but chastising everyone for daring to believe ghosts may exist... first, I say bravo! for knowing everything at 14.

I secondly ask that you explain why ghosts can't exists as entities on a secondary dimension intersecting ours, which is a valid explanation for a limbo state or afterlife... please utilize valid string theory and theoretical physics reasoning in your explanations as to why our dimension is most definitely not in contact with the others physicists know exist. (Summary: There is more to the universe than this ONE universe and dimension, and we know that as fact without being able to SEE it. Sounds like the same scenario as ghosts, no?)

Theda Fontaine said...

Hate to be a spoil sport, but the Wem Town Hall ghost has been exposed as a fake:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/7736060/Ghost-picture-mystery-resolved.html

I love ghost photo's and do believe in the existence of ghosts, but fakes like this presented as reality only weaken our argument.

Anonymous said...

In the mother picture I see the end or corner of the back seat curving that appears as a neck or collar, that ties to the window post and notice most of the window is a total black square with no background showing through. Perhaps the real photo would be more convincing.

Anonymous said...

Regardless of photos fake or not how do you explain personal experiences that defy explanation? I was in charge of a construction project built on the site of an old jail and was the only person with keys to the building. There were many instances of damage overnight when no one was there and the building was locked. Explanation? Just because you weren't there to see it does not mean it didn't happen. How dull life must be be locked in a one dimensional world closed to the possibility that things exist that you have not seen. No one has ever seen any solar system other than our own. Does that mean they don't exist? How closed minded can one person possibly be?

Anonymous said...

Hey, you know all these people here that keep saying "Ghosts do not exist". Why are you even bothering to click onto a website that holds pictures of real or fake ghosts? I think if you really thought that they did not exist then you wouldn't be here looking for proof that they do..

Anonymous said...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/7736060/Ghost-picture-mystery-resolved.html

Kate said...

I watched a Ghost Busters about the railroad track. They brought in special equitment and professionals. They found when you put the car in nuetral it acually goes down hill. Not up. Just a trick of light, and as for the picture I believe its light coming off the XXing sign. Great pictures

Jennifer said...

Look at the pic again of the ghost sailors faces in the water. Now look to your left, there is a 3rd face there as well. Could be just the way that the picture came out but, then so could the others too, though I don't believe that.

Jennifer said...

Look over the one from the 20's (dead sailor's one), if you look to your left the waves make what looks like another peron as well. Could they all be just be a bad photo developing or the waves just making what looks like images of face, who knows. 2 things I do know though. 1 Ghost are real, I have had many experiences though out my life, some say I attract the supernatural...lol seriously
2 is that there are a lot of fake video's and pictures out there, that people create just to make to get ones goat so to speak and to discredit those who have actual proof. No matter what though, real or not, there is always going to be someone out there to say thats so not real. It is just up to the one's that thee things are real to keep proceeding forward to hopefulling 1 day have that 1 piece of evidence that can not be explained away.

Anonymous said...

hahahahaha string theory... exactly what I was thinking (: but any disbelievers, how do you explain my cousin's toy tractor turning on in the middle of the night after it had been broken and the batteries removed days after my auntie died?
it's also weird I've been told I look like her, but she died before I was born and was adopted into our family...

Anonymous said...

Okai to all the people who say that ghosts me ,and 6b of my friends all have this one little girl hunting us with black hair and she looks like she is from the 1900's or something.Oh and by the way u dont know everything so stop saying that u can tell when their fake and u know that it can be made fake and by the way most of the pics were from a long time ago and they didn't have the stuff to make fake pics so stop saying that there fake .!!! Gesse people oh and i hate people who don't open their mind

Harry Houdini did some tests with over/double exposed images in the early 1900's so they definitely had the tech. back then.

Anonymous said...

The Newby church ghost looks like a "birdman" plauge doctor.

john said...

Fact or Faked tested the last one. It is simply a trick of the scenery that makes it look like it is uphill. In reality there is a slight DECLINE.

Anonymous said...

Guyz they r no ghost if u belive in god ghost will never come 2 u do all understand me u all losser. Dam heads

Ramsey Bakhoum said...

If you look at all the ghosts in these pictures, they all receive and cast shadows, meaning there is a light source and that they have shadows projected onto them. As such, these imply that the ghosts are not transparent, that they are 3 dimensional objects which are opaque.

Anonymous said...

Really seems faked to me..

Anonymous said...

How good are these experts? Movies today could make better ghosts than that.

Anonymous said...

Ok so maybe these pics are faked, but who's to say they are or not? You say oh its just the light cuz you think that and say our minds trick us into seeing it. I think ur minds have you tricked into believing that everything haunted is not real. Because you're scared probably. And ghosts are peoples spirits, and if you believe in god you believe in spirits right? So that means you believe in ghosts.

Robby said...

Oh.. Some of these pics are awsm..and some are trick of mind n camera.. Interesting.. I too believe in Ghosts .. as My parents and my other family members hav experienced it.. I want to clear my doubt that is here person wid name Anonymous is same.. in every comment.. :D

Anonymous said...

i only believe 2 or 3 of these because if you were as skilled as me you can tell fraud.

Anonymous said...

plus cake is a lie

Anonymous said...

Io believe in ghosts, mainly because i've had a few experiences of my own. Back when I whas a bit younger, our black-lab, Tucker, was lying on our couch over my coloring book. My mother thought it quite amusing and took a photo of him lying over my book as though he were coloring in it. However, when we examined the photo, a strange mist hung over our dog while perched on the arm of the couch. There were no traces of smoke in the house, and we still haven't been able to prove that it was a ghost, but i'm leaning more towards it being a ghost because it just cannot be explained. On a sidenote, I relise that animals are supposed to freak out when there's a spirit nearbye, but Tucker was acting normaly. I don't really know why, but eh...

Anonymous said...

Has anyone ever seen the movie "Fingerprints"? The last photo drove me out of my mind, because Fingerprints was supposed to be based on that legend. I wouldn't be surprized if noone saw it, 'cause it isn't a very popular movie.. :/

Anonymous said...

Wow, there are possibilities for spirits to be present on earth with us, people are just uncapable of conprehending this. I believe in the holy ghost, jesus as well. But if you are able to believe one human turning into a spirit and watching over us why are you uncapable of believing any person who dies spirit doesn't linger around us...it won't be jesus ofcourse it could even be demented! Who knows, noone except for jesus...but never rule something out of question because of negligence. Nothing is impossible including those pictues being real, it is more than possible...I have a picture of my friends that has a bald little girl in a dress floating in the background and it was NOT there before. Least that I could see, and that entire time on the beach...I had the weirdest gut feeling...still don't know what it was..but I believe.

Michael said...

To everyone that thinks the girl in the fire is real, its been proven to be a fake.

There are no pictures on here that could not have been photoshopped / doctored etc.

What are the names of these experts? Where are the original photos? Who says they are from a squadron from 1919?

There is no proof in any of these photos just a story that could easily have been made up.

Anonymous said...

Not a cell phone camera...a telephoto lens on his camera. I doubt they had phone with cameras then haha

A. J. Mittendorf said...

Great pictures. Who ever wrote the captions needs to work on his or her writing skills, though.

Lana said...

Cellphones didnt have cameras in the 90s...

Lana said...

You do realize photoshop didnt even exist when most of these were taken?

Tracy Sizemore said...

Freddy Jackson photo was taken by Sir Victor Goddard of his World Wsr I squadron in 1919 and puished the 1970s. Sorry for typos.

Shaun Yuhas said...

Great pics. been a ghost fan since i can remember. First ghost photo for me was " The brown lady " in an old book i read when i was 10. Some photo's can be explained but not all. My favorite story now is the Dibbuk box that was bought at an estate auction and sold on ebay 3 times. the last buyer was a museum curator who studied the box and did scientific analysis. when he couldnt find a scientific reason for all the problems he and his researchers where starting to have he got a rabbi to seal the box

Shaun Yuhas said...

Love the pics. the brown lady was my first pic in an old book i read when i was 10. My favorite story now is the dibbuk box. It was sold on ebay 2 times before a museum curator bid and bought it to do scientific research on it. He couldnt explain it and got a rabbi to reseal the entity inside.

Anonymous said...

the baby ghost one looks fake, to clear but I almost cried about it any way

Anonymous said...

I live near Wem, and that photo is a local laughing stock, And has been proven to be a fake, I do believe in ghosts and have seen more than enough to dismiss, Yet when people still believe this bullshit, It makes me want to become a skeptic.

Anonymous said...

And you know how?? Come on, spill...

Anonymous said...

I am a huge believer in the paranormal, but I'm having a hard time believing the baby pic is authentic. Either way, the pics are interesting.

Anonymous said...

Satan can take many forms......the death can't come back....read the bible people...don't be fooled.