Taken in 1936 by Captain Provand and Indre Shira, this is perhaps the most famous ghostly image of all time, yet to this day no one has been able to disprove its authenticity. The photographers were visiting Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, to take pictures for Country Life magazine when they captured the original lady of the house, Lady Dorothy Townsend, descending the staircase. Provand witnessed the apparition with his eyes first, then managed to lift his camera and take this famous photo...
The Brown Lady of Raynham This is one of the more famous ghost pictures It was taken in 1936. It is said to show the ghost of the Brown Lady who haunts Raynham Hall in England. This ghost picture is believed by many to be one of the best and most convincing of all the known photographs of ghosts. In many cases it is presented as actual proof of the existence of ghosts.
This ghost picture was taken in the late 1800′s by a man named William Hope who became famous for taking photographs of the dead. He had discovered how to create a double exposure and used it to swindle families out of their money. His ghost pictures hoax and the pictures themselves have become rather famous.
"Weird optical phenomena (oh no, a ghost!..... NOT!) Just to clear things up - there are no actual ghosts in the picture. It's a 100% explainable reflection/refraction but which I find hard to explain." I've been shooting workers laying the roof on a new buildings and one of them appears to be transparent (as a ghost). No, this isn't photoshop, the photo uploaded as taken.
"At first glance this ghost picture looks like nothing more than a simple double exposure. That is, however, until you find out that the woman standing in front of the man had been dead for years at the point in which the photograph was taken. She was the man's dead wife but yet she showed up in the ghost picture."
This picture was taken in the 60s when a family had bought a new car. When they were showing it off for the camera the face of a man showed up in the back window of the other car in the driveway. There was nobody in either car at the time so it was a shock for them to find they had taken a ghost picture. What made it even more of a shock was that the face looked very much like the dead father of the man posing for the picture.
A haunting picture of a ghost taken in a woman's bedroom. The woman that took this picture in the early 1970's was simply making up her bed in a new set of sheets and pillow cases when she felt something in the room. She couldn't see it with her naked eye but when she took a picture and had the film developed she was shocked to find this image of woman staring back at her.