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31 most famous ghost photos ever taken

CachHayNhat - 31 most famous ghost pictures ever taken. Ghosts, the occult and the supernatural are always contested. Do they exist?


Many people have reported previous sightings, but without any actual proof, they are often dismissed as mere stories. Maybe photographing spirits is obviously helping the cause, but are they all real or are some convinced?

31 most famous ghost photos ever taken
31 most famous ghost photos ever taken

Below is a compilation of the most famous "ghost" photos of all time. Undoubtedly, some have been faked, but they look good on first inspection so can certainly convert some disbelievers.


An unexpected guest - the 1950s

An unexpected guest - the 1950s
An unexpected guest - the 1950s

This image, taken sometime in the 1950s shows a small family sitting at the same table. The two boys happily sat on their mother's lap, but a rather frightened and unexpected visitor also entered. Scary hanging from the rafters.


Ghost Pilot - 1987

Ghost Pilot - 1987
Ghost Pilot - 1987

In 1987, Mrs. Sayer was visiting an airport in England with her friend. She thought it would be fun to take a picture of herself sitting in the cockpit.

When the image was developed, there was a man in the pilot's seat who was not there when the photo was taken. A long-lost pilot? No one is sure.


Ghost Cemetery - 1996

Ghost Cemetery - 1996
Ghost Cemetery - 1996

Only Ike Canton's friend was seen when this photo was taken, the Mysterious Man with the Hat Behind It was not. Canton then took a closer look at the photo and decided that the character was actually holding a knife, with the end point right on his collar.


Goddard's Squad - Freddy Jackson - 1919

Goddard's Squad - Freddy Jackson - 1919
Goddard's Squad - Freddy Jackson - 1919

This image was taken by Sir Victor Goddard, of his squadron in 1919. The ghostly image behind the fourth sailor from the left, at the top, is believed to be Freddy Jackson. Jackson died a few days before the photo was taken by entering a moving propeller.


Ghosts of Amityville - 1976

Ghosts of Amityville - 1976
Ghosts of Amityville - 1976

This photo, taken by Ed and Lorraine Warren, claims to show the ghost of 9-year-old John DeFeo. DeFeo, along with his other brother, two sisters and parents, were killed by his brother Ronald at their home in Amityville. Ed and Lorraine Warren are paranormal experts who entered the house and captured this image with a camera that continuously captures infrared images during the night.

The DeFeo murders were the inspiration for books and movies about The Amityville Horror.


Ghosts of Coventry - 1985

Ghosts of Coventry - 1985
Ghosts of Coventry - 1985

At first glance, you'd think there's nothing wrong with this photo. But look back, and you'll see a tall figure, dressed in what is likely a monk's robe, with a hood, in the upper left.

Here's a photo of the Coventry Freeman for everyone present at the event, including the mysterious figure bowing. No one at the event was seen wearing that style of clothing.


Grandfather's Ghost - August 1997

Grandfather's Ghost - August 1997
Grandfather's Ghost - August 1997

Denise Russell took this photo of her grandmother, who lived alone at the time, on August 17, 1997. Although the photo was developed, copied and given to other family members, no one left it. noticed the image of the man standing by her side until Christmas Day 2000. The Russells say it was a spitting image of their grandfather, who passed away in 1984.


Pawling Fire Department - 1988

Pawling Fire Department - 1988
Pawling Fire Department - 1988

The white figure in this photo is believed to be some sort of angel, overlooking Rose Benvenuto, who was involved in the car crash. She says there can only be a miracle that can help her survive the crash, and lo and behold, there's an angel-like figure in the firefighter Sharon Boo's photo.


Rear Seat Ghost - March 1959

Rear Seat Ghost - March 1959
Rear Seat Ghost - March 1959

This photo was taken by Mabel Chinnery in 1959. It shows her husband in his car, but her presumed dead mother-in-law in the back seat. While occultists believe it to be real, others see it as a case of double exposure.


Little Andrews - 1947

Little Andrews - 1947
Little Andrews - 1947

This photograph of a child appearing at the grave was taken by Mrs. Andrews in 1947. She noticed the ghost while editing, but said it was not her daughter in the photo. Although there are several graves for children nearby, the child in the photo has never been identified.


The SS Watertown - 1924

The SS Watertown - 1924
The SS Watertown - 1924

This image taken from SS Watertown shows the faces of the two crew members, James Courtney and Michael Meehan, in the water. Two people died while on board and were buried at sea.

The other crew members on the ship saw the faces in the water but didn't take pictures at first, they turned to a similar spot and saw them again. Five of the six photos show nothing, but this is the sixth and clearly shows the faces of two men.


Newby Church - 1963

Newby Church - 1963
Newby Church - 1963

Some analysts believe this photo taken at Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England is fake because the character looks like he is posing too much.

However, Pastor KF Lord insists nothing was visible to the naked eye when he took the photo and photo experts say it hasn't been exposed twice.


Toys 'R' Us - 1978

Toys 'R' Us - 1978
Toys 'R' Us - 1978

The Toys 'R' Us store in Sunnyvale, California is said to be haunted by the ghost of Johnny Johnson, and this image shows a silhouette leaning against the shelves. The same silhouette was not there when the photo was taken. The story goes that Johnny had an affair with a girl named Elizabeth, daughter of a plantation owner - the plantation was once on the site of Toys 'R' Us - Johnny bled to death after chopping wood himself, and now wander the aisles. of the store is looking for her.


St Botolph's Church - 1982

St Botolph's Church - 1982
St Botolph's Church - 1982

If you look closely in the upper right corner of this photo, you can spot a watermark. It was taken at the Church of St. Boltoph in 1982, and at the time, there were only three people in the building.

A builder then contacted Chris Brackley, who took the photo, to tell him he recognized the exact same face he had seen before in the coffin in the church.


Worstead Church - 1975

Worstead Church - 1975
Worstead Church - 1975

Peter Berthelot took this photo of his wife, Diane, sitting on the couch at Worstead Church in Norfolk, England in 1975. As they were developing the film, they noticed a ghost sitting on the backseat Diane's back.


A man is said to have stayed at the church all night around 1830 to disprove the ghost theory, but he claims the next morning he had in fact seen the white woman seen in the church. this picture.


Lord Commermere - 1891

Lord Commermere - 1891
Lord Commermere - 1891

Image taken at the library at Combermere Abbey in Cheshire, England by Sybell Corbett clearly shows a silhouette sitting on the left chair.

It is said to be the ghost of Lord Combermere, a British cavalry commander in the 1800s.


Brown woman - 1936

Brown woman - 1936
Brown woman - 1936

This photo, 'The Brown Lady', is widely considered to be actual photographic evidence of ghosts. It was taken at Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England in 1936.


It is thought that many people have seen the figure before this photo and it is believed that it is the ghost of Lady Townshend. She was locked in a room in the hallway by her husband when he discovered her infidelity and left there to die.


Corroboree Rock - 1959

Corroboree Rock - 1959
Corroboree Rock - 1959

No one knows who the ghostly figure in this photo is, but it was taken in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia in 1959.


Some think it's just a case of double exposure, while others think it could be a spirit watching us, or something else, because it looks like they're holding the lens. binoculars.


Ghost of the Tulip Staircase - 1966

Ghost of the Tulip Staircase - 1966
Ghost of the Tulip Staircase - 1966

This photo taken inside the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, clearly shows a ghostly silhouette grasping the handrail of the Tulip Stairs.


Photographers all agree that it has not been faked, so it is considered a real example of the existence of ghosts.


Robert A Ferguson - November 1968

Robert A Ferguson - November 1968
Robert A Ferguson - November 1968

Because this photo was taken on Polaroid, it is considered by many to be legitimate. It shows Robert A. Ferguson giving a speech, and the ghost of his late brother Walter gazing intently in his direction.


Madonna of the Single Forest - 1991

Madonna of the Single Forest - 1991
Madonna of the Single Forest - 1991

The American Society for the Study of Ghosts took this photo at the Bachelor Cemetery in Illinois, after they noticed strange information on their device.

They couldn't see anything at the time, but when this image was exposed, it showed a woman dressed in white sitting on one of the graves.


Bóng ma Tòa thị chính Wem - tháng 11 năm 1995

Bóng ma Tòa thị chính Wem - tháng 11 năm 1995
Bóng ma Tòa thị chính Wem - tháng 11 năm 1995

Although Tony O'Rahilly's photo showed the ghost of a young girl in the doorway leading to the burned down Wem Town Hall, it was later found to be a fake. The girl in question appeared to appear on a postcard that appeared in the local newspaper.


Sefton Church - 1999

Sefton Church - 1999
Sefton Church - 1999

This photo at Sefton Church in Liverpool, England, clearly shows a man in a black uniform, believed to be the former pastor of the church.

It is thought that there were only two photographers in the church on the day the photo was taken, and none of them reported seeing an entity standing there when the photo was taken.


William Mumbler - the 1860s

William Mumbler - the 1860s
William Mumbler - the 1860s

William Mumbler is said to have created the first photograph showing a ghost in the 1860s. But it's not actually a ghost, it's simply an accidental case of double exposure. copies while taking pictures of yourself.

The businessman in him turned this into a business, where members of the public would be exposed their likeness to an image of a deceased loved one.


Girls in Manila - 2000

Girls in Manila - 2000
Girls in Manila - 2000

The two girls in this photo, taken in Manila, Philippines, did not say who they saw or felt any presence when this photo was taken. It was also shot on a digital camera, so it cannot be the result of a double exposure.


Waverly Hills Sanatorium - 2006

Waverly Hills Sanatorium - 2006
Waverly Hills Sanatorium - 2006

This image was taken in an abandoned tuberculosis hospital in Louisville, Kentucky in 2006. As you can imagine, in its heyday, the hospital saw a remarkable amount of illness and death. astounded - led many to believe in the possibility that it might be haunted.

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In recent years, it has become one of the most popular destinations for ghost hunters in the US.

This eerie image depicts Mary Lee, a nurse who hanged herself in a hospital. The story goes that this poor woman was nourished by a doctor who worked in the hospital but then wanted nothing to do with her.


Double Burial Farm Ghosts - 2008

Double Burial Farm Ghosts - 2008
Double Burial Farm Ghosts - 2008

Neil Sandwich took this photo of a farm where his friends are getting married.

As he brought the photo into Photoshop and adjusted the exposure, he noticed a mysterious white silhouette on the right-hand side, seemingly peering out from a doorway. Previously, cleaners at the farm had also seen the ghost of a boy wearing white clothes.


San Antonio vượt qua những bóng ma

San Antonio vượt qua những bóng ma
San Antonio vượt qua những bóng ma

Years ago, around the 1930s, it was said that a school bus full of children broke down near a railroad crossing in San Antonio, Texas. Tragically, a speeding train crashed into the bus, killing several children and the bus driver.

This photo taken by Andy and Debi Chesney seems to show some ghostly apparitions that people assume look like ghosts of children. Like any of these images, there's some debate as to whether they're real and even if the history is real, they're still spooky.


A ghost dog

A ghost dog
A ghost dog

This photo shows a story about two four-legged friends. The dog on the left has a much larger friend (right picture). When the baby died, it was later photographed that it appeared to have appeared with its friend from beyond the spirit world.


A demon spirit on a hospital bed

A demon spirit on a hospital bed
A demon spirit on a hospital bed

This strange image shows a CCTV camera in a hospital. A demon god appeared stepping on the bed. Apparently the person on the bed passed away shortly after. Instead, this image could easily appear on our list of the most famous monster photos.


Pink woman

Pink woman
Pink woman

This image from Greencastle, Indiana was taken by Guy Winters and friends investigating paranormal reports of an abandoned house in the area.


This photo appears to show a ghostly woman bathing in a pink suit and includes a final photo in which the digitally enhanced image shows an extremely human-like face when appear.


 

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