st bathans ghost nz.jpg (487×286) Andrew Watters took this picture of his partner sitting in front of the historical old St Bathans Post Office in scenic St Bathans, Central Otago New Zealand. The building had been vacant for a year and was completely locked up. The window in which this figure is seen is the postmaster's living quarters.
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The Brown Lady -- one of the most famous ghost pictures ever taken. The story goes that this is the ghost of Lady Dorothy Townsend who lived in Raynham Hall Mansion in Norfolk, England in the 1700's. It is said that even though she is listed as having been buried in 1725 many people think that her death and funeral were faked. Instead, the Lady was locked away in a remote part of the house until she passed away some years later. Ever since then she is thought to be haunting Raynham Hall.