This photograph appeared in both the Chicago Sun-Times and the National Examiner. It was taken during an investigation in Bachelor's Grove Cemetery on August 10, 1991. The photo is an enlarged black and white infrared shot.
I took these photograph with my digital camera during a trip to Edingburgh Castle in September of 2007. I took over 600 pictures with my digital camera and these are the only two photos with what I believe to be spirits in them.
The lady in the photo was in her 90's when this photo was taken and had long since been a widow. When her daughter took the picture, her mother was in the early stages of dementia and for the days prior, she had been talking out loud to her dead husband.
This photograph was taken during the American Civil War in 1862. A ghost, believed to be that of a dead soldier, was captured walking up these stairs in a basement of an abandoned house, evacuated before the battle took place.
This very disturbing photograph was captured moments after a terrible car crash, taken with a traditional film camera. Although very little was left of the car, amazingly both of the car's occupants survived the crash with only minor injuries.
St Botolph's Church, Aldgate, is located in the City of London, standing at the junction of Houndsditch and Aldgate High Street. In 1982, Chris Brackley took one of the most famous ghost photos ever inside the historic St Botolph's church.
This early 20th Century photo is of a beautiful Queen Anne style bureau, and was taken at the request of a furniture dealer. The photograph was taken by Montague Cooper, a well-known and respected photographer of the day.
5 weeks ago I moved in to my new apartment. Everthing was going great until about 2 weeks ago I was disturbed late one night whilst I was asleep. I thought I had heard the sound of someone walking along the corridor outside my room.
This ghostly figure that appears to be praying is said to have not been seen by the photographer Gordon Carrol when the photograph was taken. The photo was taken at the church of St. Mary the virgin, in Northampton, England.
Rathmullan Priory was founded in 1516 for the Carmelite Order by Owen Roe MacSweeney and dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was to be an important Carmelite House and a beacon of religious piety for the north west of Ireland.
This is a famous photo was taken in the 1920's near the graveyard at Borley Rectory, which was reputedly the most haunted house in Britain. What appears to be the ghost of a monk is seen walking at the back right of the photo.
This image was captured in a local woodland, near to Bath during the autumn. Whilst out walking the dog late one evening with my girlfriend I noticed a small dot of light, darting in and out of the trees about 30 metres ahead of us.