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Taken by William Hope. In 1905 he became supposedly captured the image of a ghost while photographing a friend. He went on to found the Crewe Circle – a group of 6 spirit photographers. After World War I grieving relatives of those lost to the war sought a means of contacting their loved ones. Hope moved to London and became a professional medium. He was substituting glass plates bearing ghostly images in order to produce his spirit photographs.

Taken by William Hope. In 1905 he became supposedly captured the image of a ghost while photographing a friend. He went on to found the Crewe Circle – a group of 6 spirit photographers. After World War I grieving relatives of those lost to the war sought a means of contacting their loved ones. Hope moved to London and became a professional medium. He was substituting glass plates bearing ghostly images in order to produce his spirit photographs.

Taken by William Hope. In 1905 he became supposedly captured the image of a ghost while photographing a friend. He went on to found the Crewe Circle – a group of 6 spirit photographers. After World War I grieving relatives of those lost to the war sought a means of contacting their loved ones. Hope moved to London and became a professional medium. He was substituting glass plates bearing ghostly images in order to produce his spirit photographs.

Taken by William Hope. In 1905 he became supposedly captured the image of a ghost while photographing a friend. He went on to found the Crewe Circle – a group of 6 spirit photographers. After World War I grieving relatives of those lost to the war sought a means of contacting their loved ones. Hope moved to London and became a professional medium. He was substituting glass plates bearing ghostly images in order to produce his spirit photographs.