Monday, July 13, 2015

Top Spooky Ghost Photos

In 1966 retired clergyman Rev. Ralph Hardy took a picture of the spiral staircase in the Queen's House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. Historians say that 300 years ago, a maid was thrown from the top of the stairs and fell 50 feet to her death.

In 1959 Mabel Chinnery was visiting the grave of her mother when she took a picture of her husband, who was alone in the car.

It wasn't until the film was developed that they realized her husband hadn't been alone. The picture shows a person wearing glasses sitting in the back seat. Mrs. Chinnery immediately recognized the figure as being her mother -- whose grave they had just visited.
When the TV show Ghost Hunters visited Philadelphia's historic Eastern State Penitentiary, they captured this footage of something running up towards the camera and then turning and running back the other way.


Denise Russell took this photo of her grandmother in 1997 just before her death. No one noticed the man standing behind her grandmother for over three years. When they finally noticed him they recognized him to be Denise's grandfather, who had been dead since 1984.
Taken in 1939, the photographers were visiting Raynham Hall in Norfolk to take pictures for Country Life magazine when they captured the original lady of the house, Lady Dorothy Townsend, descending the staircase. She died under mysterious circumstances on 29 March 1726.
In 1946 Mrs. Andrews took this picture of her daughter's gravestone in Queensland, Australia. When the film was developed, Mrs. Andrews was shocked to see the image of an infant girl looking directly into her camera. Years later, Australian paranormal researcher Tony Healy found the graves of two infant girls very near to Mrs. Andrews' daughter's grave

The wrecked vehicles were taken to a local impound lot, and the employees there witnessed something on their surveillance cameras: a white figure moving around the destroyed cars.
In Oklahoma 2007 there were three fatal car crashes that killed several people.
Photographer Neil Sandbach was taking pictures around a farm in Hertfordshire when he captured this picture. When Sandbach looked at the digital photo later he couldn't believe his eyes; he was certain that he had not overlooked a child. The owners confirmed that they had witnessed a boy in white night clothes many times before.






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