Ghost Photos

This photo was sent in by Bob Martin. Bob was reading David McCullough's book "Truman", and a photo of construction in the White House caught his eye. It was taken during remodeling of the White House in 1950 by photographer Abbie Rowe.

St. Paul's Cathedral is a magnificent symbol of the resurrection of the City of London after it was ravaged by the Great Fire of London in 1666. Numerous paranormal incidents and ghost sightings have occured over the centuries at this ancient Cathedral.

On November 19th, 1995, Wem Town Hall burned down to the ground. Tony O'Rahilly was one of the on-lookers who took photos of the scene. One photo showeded what looks like a small, partially transparent girl standing in the doorway.

Sybell Corbet took this photo of the magnificent Combermere Abbey Library in 1891. What looks to be a man's head and upper torso can be seen sitting in the chair. Many of the staff said that the image looked like the late lord Combermere.

This picture was taken with infrared film during an investigation at the Toys R Us store in Sunnyvale, California. The man seen leaning against the wall at the rear of the picture was not visible and did not appear in normal photos taken at the same time.

Hi Guys, can you tell me whether there are any clippers sailing the seas today? Reason I ask is that on the 14th February I think I saw a ghost ship off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, and i'm wondering if it was The Flying Dutchman.

This was taken taken in the basement of Kith Haven Assisted Living in Flint, Michigan on November 23, 2012 by an employee who said she saw it with her eyes, grabbed a phone, and took this picture.

It is nearly 500 years since Henry VIII resided at Hampton Court Palace. In that time, Hampton Court Palace has become known as one of the most haunted Places in Britain, but never before has anything truly suspicious been captured on film.

This famous ghost photo was taken in 1958 when Mrs Mabel Chinnery was visiting the grave of her mother. She had brought her camera to take some photographs of the gravesite. After taking a few pictures of the grave, she took a picture of her husband who was waiting alone in the car.

Probably the most famous ghost photo of all time was taken by photographers Captain Provand and Indre Shira in 1936. The photograph appears to show a ghost, known as "the Brown Lady", descending a staircase at England's historic Raynham Hall.

This very famous ghost photo was taken at Boothill Cemetery in Tombstone, Arizona by Terry Clanton, a cousin of one of the legendary Clanton Gang, who shot it out at the OK Corral with the Earps and Doc Holliday. 

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