The Most Famous Ghost Photos – Ghosts, almost no one believes in their existence. But what to do when you see before your eyes irrefutable evidence of their presence among us? We bring you the best-known photographs of ghosts in the world. Authenticity confirmed by many experts.
A strange legend surrounds a railroad crossing south of San Antonio, Texas. It is said that at the intersection of the highway and the railroad had been killed several children, and their ghosts still live near their place of death.
Enthusiasts have investigated the site and took a few shots, one of which you can see the ghost of a little girl. Near her feet much something like a dog, or, as some believe, a teddy bear.
“Lady Brown” Captain Provanda: the portrait ghosts “Brown Lady” is actually the most famous ghost picture of all time. It is believed that the ghost is Lady Dorothy Taunshed, wife of Charles Taunsheda. The couple lived in Reynhem Hall in Norfolk, England in the early 18th century. It was rumored that before marriage Dorothy was the mistress of Lord Wharton. Charles suspected Dorothy of infidelity. Although, in accordance with the documents she died and was buried in 1726, people suspected that this was the view, and that Charles had locked his wife in the farthest corner of the house until her death, which occurred many years later.
Photo Sibella Corbett: the picture you can see the blurred figure of a man sitting in a chair. It is believed that this is the ghost of Lord Kombermere, commander of the British cavalry, early 19th century, who died in 1891 as a result of hitting a horse cart.
For one of the pilots can clearly see the face of another person. It is believed that the person is Freddie Jackson, aircraft mechanic, who was killed in an accident (he killed a propeller), two days before the shooting. His funeral took place in the day when the picture was taken. Jackson’s colleagues easily learned in the picture. They decided that Jackson did not realized that he had died, he decided to participate in the group photo.
Ralph Hardy, a retiree from White Rock, British Columbia, took this famous picture in 1966. He intended only to remove an elegant spiral staircase in the Queen’s House section – part of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. However, after the developer in the picture was a figure that goes up keeping both hands on the railing. Experts (including those from Kodak), who investigated the original negative concluded that it was not made any manipulation. It is known that in the ladder like a visual phenomenon noticed more than once.
Ghost in the machine
While visiting the grave of his mother in 1959, Mabel Chinner photographed her husband, waiting for her in the car. After developing the film, both spouses were surprised to find the photo on the back of a figure that resembles a dead mother Mabel.
At the cemetery
Terry Ike Clanton took pictures of his friend in a cemetery Buthill. Photo was taken in black and white film, as one would like to take pictures in the style of the Wild West. Clanton took the film for development, and was very surprised when I received the shots. In the upper right hand corner an image of man in a dark hat. Judging by the height of the figure and foreshortening – a person either has no legs, or he is on his knees … or rises from the ground.
November 19, 1995 City Hall Vema (Shropshire, England), burned to the ground. Set of onlookers gathered to see the fire of the old building, built in 1905. Tony O’Rahilli fire shot from the other side of the street. In one of the photos is visible translucent figure of a girl standing in the doorway. Neither O’Rahilli or other observers or firefighters do not remember the girl in the fire. Based on historical documents, a fire in 1677 destroyed many wooden houses in the city. According to legend, a little girl named Charm Dzheeyn accidentally set fire to the roof of a candle. Many believe that her ghost inhabited the area.
On the tombstone
The picture was taken during the investigation of the cemetery Bachelor Grove, near Chicago, the Society of Research of Ghosts (IPR). August 10, 1991 several members of the IPR were in a small abandoned cemetery on the outskirts of the forest reserve in the suburb of Midlothian, Illinois. The cemetery has a reputation as one of the most mysterious of cemeteries in the U.S.. There are reports of more than 100 different cases of strange phenomena that have occurred here: the disappearance, strange sounds and visions, then even glowing balls of light were observed. After developing one of the photos made the IPR, it is possible to see a lone woman sitting on a tombstone. Parts of her body are translucent, and her clothes were obviously old.
In December 1924, James Courtney and Michael Meehan, crew members were cleaning Votertauna cargo hold of an oil tanker en route from New York to the Panama Canal. As a result of an accident, they were poisoned by gas and vapor have died. In the tradition of the Marine who died were buried at sea. The next day one of the crew members saw their faces in the waves on the right side. They appeared in the water for 10 seconds, and then melted. In the following days other crew members are often seen people who died in the waves. Upon arrival in New Orleans, the ship’s captain Keith Tracy reported on the strange events of their employers, and they advised him to capture the ghostly faces on film. Captain Tracy purchased a camera and went out into the sea. When the person came back in the water, the captain made six pictures and then shut the camera in the ship’s safe. When the film is shown in New York, five shots, there was nothing but water, and at last it was possible to clearly see the faces of the dead sailors. The negative was investigated for fake Burns detective agency. After the change of crew faces no longer appear.
This photograph was taken in 1963, a priest KF Lord Newby at the church in North Yorkshire, England. The picture caused a storm of controversy, as the ghostly face and gaze direction give rise to talk about the overlay frame. But, they say that this picture has been studied in detail by experts who came to the conclusion that it is not two frames superimposed one on one, namely, a solid shot.
At the grave of his daughter
A woman named Andrews visited the grave of his daughter Joyce, who died at age 17. Andrews saw nothing unusual when doing a snapshot of gravestone. When the film showed Andrews was stunned by the image of a young child sitting next to the grave. A child saw a ghost like Andrews as he looks directly into the lens.
Picture of Interior
In 1982, photographer Chris Brackley took a snapshot of the interior of the church of St. Botolfa London, but did not expect what he saw on film. In the upper right corner you can see the figure of a woman. According to Brackley in the church were only three people and not one of them was in the place where the figure is visible.
According to the author of a book about ghosts in this shot taken in the church was another photographer, but neither he nor the person who made the shot, did not see any ghosts, nor man. As a figure dressed in black, it is assumed that this priest.
Denise Russell took this picture of his grandmother in 1997 and was shocked when, after the developer saw a picture of his deceased grandfather behind his grandmother.