This infamous ghost set the bench mark for ‘ghostly photographic evidence’ of the supernatural back in 1936. According to legend, this ghostly lady, who haunts Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, is the spirit of Lady Townshend. The Lady of the manor was never allowed out of the house by her overbearing husband, Lord Charles Townshend in life, and so haunted the house in her death too.
The Borley Rectory near the river Stour, Essex, was known as the most haunted house in the UK until it mysteriously burnt down in 1939. At least two thousand Poltergeist phenomena were experienced at the Rectory between October 1930 and October 1935 during the tenancy of Lionel and Marianne Foyster. Many of these were investigated by the famous parapsychologist Harry Price. The picture here is claimed to be of the ghost caught on camera.
[CasaGiardino] ♡ Cosette had always had trouble executing the perfect French knot, but her dear friend, Madame Puzzi-chat, told her not to fret and quickly, with deft paws, expertly twisted the blond strands into a tidy bun. Now...if only Cosette could get Madame to step down.