Do YOU believe in ghosts? These eerie and infamous photos with ghostly impressions may just make you think so…even if you’re a bit of skeptic like myself.
Whether or not you believe that ghosts are real supernatural entities, or merely figments of the collective human imagine, you’ll likely feel tingles running down your spine as you look over these super spooky photographs in which ghosts have allegedly been captured on film.
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Taken in 1997 shortly after the woman pictured moved into a nursing home.
The man’s face seen behind her looks a lot like her husband, who had been deceased for three years at the time the photo was taken. The photographer claims that no man was standing behind the woman at the time she took the photograph…
The Tulip Staircase Ghost, 1966
Taken by retired clergyman Rev. Ralph Hardy in the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, this photo has not been manipulated or altered in any way, according to experts.
Bachelor’s Grove Ghost, 1991
Bachelor’s Grove is said to be a very haunted grove in Illinois. This photo was taken by during a paranormal investigation conducted by the Ghost Research Society, who insist that no woman was present at the time that the picture was taken.
Ghost in Manila, 2000
Despite this looking at first glance like a case of double-exposure, neither of the girls in this photograph taken in Manila, Phillipines reported being touched or passed by another person while their picture was being taken. To add to the creepiness, the photo was shot with a digital camera.
The Ghost of Freddy Jackson, 1919
This group portrait of a squadron taken at the HMS Daedalus training facility in 1919 looks perfectly normal save for one detail…the clear face of a man named Freddy Jackson, who died in an accident two days prior to the picture being taken.
The Girl in the Fire, 1905
On November 5, 1905, a fire ravaged Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England and burned the building to the ground. A man named Tony O’Rahilly took several photos from across the street, but neither he nor the firefighters recalled seeing a little girl at the scene.
(As it turns out, this photo is a hoax, though the identity of the little girl remains a bit of a mystery).
The Brown Lady, 1936
This is perhaps one of the most famous ghost pictures ever taken. As the story goes, Indre Shira and Captain Hubert C. Provand were taking photographs of Raynham Hall in Oyster Bay, NY in 1936, when Indre Shira saw a ghostly, misty figure slide down the staircase. Some claim that this is the ghost of Lady Townshend, who had been confined in the mansion by her husband until her death in 1726.
Boothill Graveyard Ghost
A friend of Terry Ike shot this photograph in Boothill Graveyard, in Tombstone, Arizona. Terry having been styled to look like an Old West man from the 1880s for the purpose of historical recreation of the Clanton Gang. Even though no one was around at the time the photo was taken, a mysterious figure that appeared to be rising from a grave appears in the background.
What’s even creepier? Many think that the ghost is holding a knife.
The Back Seat Ghost, 1959
This eerie photo was taken by a woman named Mrs. Mabel Chinnery while visiting a graveyard with her husband.
After snapping several pictures of the site, she took an impromptu photo of her husband in the car, and when they developed the film, they were shocked to discover what appears to be another person in the back seat who was not present when it was taken…
Haunted Bereau, early 20th century
This photo was taken by well-known photographer, Montague Coopera, at the request of a furniture dealer sometime in the early 20th century. When the film was developed, the shadow of a hand clearly appears…could it be the ghost of a previous owner, reluctant to part ways with it?
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