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  • Jacqueline Domin

    Creepy, Spirit Photography, Ghosts Pictures, Photos Effects, Old Pictures, Victorian Era, Families Portraits, Williams Hope, Halloween

  • Scoop Erickson

    Spirit photography by paranormal investigator William Hope (1863–1933), who used multiple exposure techniques to render the appearance of ghost. A young woman's face appears as if floating above the sitters, draped in a cloak. Hope may have already held her photograph in his studio, or he may have asked the couple to supply photographs of deceased relatives under the pretense of using the image to contact the spirit world.

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Known as “spirit photographs”, they were taken by a controversial medium called William Hope. Born in 1863 in Crewe, Hope started his working life as a carpenter, but in 1905 became interested in spirit photography after capturing the supposed image of a ghost while photographing a friend. He went on to found and lead a group of six spirit photographers known as the Crewe Circle.

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I love how creepy this one looks. It's a long exposure with obvious purposefulness. Again, why was the image taken except to show a ghostly image of a creepy stalker girl there?

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