Discover and save creative ideas
    Visit site
    • Rose Jackson

      Around 1946, this ghost photo was taken in Queensland, Australia by Mrs. Andrews who was taking a picture of her 17 year old daughter's grave. Mrs Andrews was surprised by the ghostly image of a baby looking at her when the picture was developed. Mrs. Andrews maintains that no children were in the area, so a double exposure was impossible, and that she did not recognize the baby at all. Others who have visited the grave site have found the graves of two baby girls nearby.

    • Minola Rothwell

      20 Real Ghost Pictures To Keep You Up at Night • BoredBug

    • Lauren Long

      In 1946, Mrs. Andrews took this picture of her daughter's gravestone in Queensland, Australia. Her daughter was 17 when she'd died the previous year. When the film was developed, Andrews was shocked to see an infant girl looking directly at her. There weren't children in the cemetery that day, & Andrews didn't know any babies whose pictures she'd taken recently. Years later, paranormal researcher Tony Healy investigated and found two infant girls' graves very near to Andrews' daughter's grave.

    • Ulrich Zeidler

      Best Ghost Pictures Ever Taken: Cemetery ghost baby

    Related Pins

    Julia Buccola Petta in 1927, exhumed after 6 years in the grave 6 years in the grave is actually on the stone. Her mother had these dreams where her daughter asked to be dug up... and it took years to get the Archdioscese to agree to it.

    Little Ghost girl. Lookin. For. Parents. ;-$

    Mrs. Andrews was visiting the grave of her daughter in a cemetery in Queensland, Australia in 1946 or 1947. Her daughter Joyce had died about a year earlier, in 1945, at the age of 17. Mrs. Andrews saw nothing unusual when she took this photo of Joyce's gravemarker. When the film was developed, Mrs. Andrews was astonished to see the image of a small child sitting happily at her daughter's grave. The ghost child seem to be aware of Mrs. Andrews since he or she is looking directly into the came

    Alan Cheale from Brighton sent this photo (above) to the Guernsey Press. ‘I stayed in Guernsey two years ago. My son and I visited the Underground Hospital and took photographs,’ he wrote. ‘One was very strange. A close look and there seems to be two people together. There was nobody around in that area at the time it was taken.

    What an artistically composed photo this is of a woman and daughter documenting their mourning. Really impactful photo.

    Note the correction on the Name... "pennylrichardsca (21 months ago | reply) Actress Estelle Stead? Her father William T Stead was a writer interested in paranormal subjects, who died on the Titanic. Estelle Stead sought contact with her father's spirit for many years after that, and wrote about her experiences in seances and with mediums. There's a spirit photograph of Estelle Stead that looks like this woman only older. more on linked page

    The S.K. Pierce Mansion, also known as “The Victorian,” has been “certified haunted” by mediums and paranormal experts. The home, located in Gardner, MA, was built by chair manufacturer S.K. Pierce in 1875. The most active ghost reported in the home is a 19-year-old woman, thought to be one of Pierce’s servants. Other spirits include a man who perished in 1963 in a fire, and a small boy.

    One particular room (room No 2) in St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Dublin, has been associated with demonic apparitions, suicide and paranormal activity for over 150 years. In the mid 19th century in Room Two of Rhetoric House, two young seminarists took their own lives, nineteen years apart, and the room has been the source of many tales ever since...

    Haunted Ouija Doll as seen on the live 72hr paranormal investigation broadcast on Livescfi.tv 4/13 ~ 4/17 2012 (available from DimDiminy on Etsy )

    Original Pinner: This picture was taken in my apartment. It's facing the outside porch area. We were having a costume party for a friend's birthday. No one at the party was dressed this way and it was disturbing to see her/it in a picture. We were hoping for a reasonable explanation for the picture but we now feel that is unlikely.