Taken at Raynham Hall, Norfolk, England in 1936, this paranormal photograph still remains unexplainable. The ghost-like image in the photograph is believed to be of Dorothy Townshend, who, per reports, died in 1726 because of abuses on her from her husband.
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Ghosts Don't Call Shotgun
Clicked in 1959, the photograph after getting the roll developed found her deceased mother sitting in the rear seat of her car. She came to visit her mother’s grave that day.
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Freddy Jackson, the face in the background, deceased two days before this group photograph was clicked due to an accident. The incident didn’t stop him from showing up from the group photo, though! Other group members confirmed the presence of the deceased in the group photo!
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Monk in Church
This is one of the most genuine and undeniably real pictures of ghosts ever taken. This was taken in church in England in summer of 1954 by Reverend K.F. Ford. The picture features a monk-like ghost!
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Taken at Boothill Graveyard in Tombstone, Arizona in 1996, the man in the background wasn’t there when the photo was taken, claims the person who clicked it.
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Spirit in the Woods
Clicked near Alice Springs, Australia in 1959, some of the experts did question this ghost photograph, but it was explained that this could not be either double-exposure or could not have been done with any photo-editing software.
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Stairway to the Afterlife
The ghostly figure was only found once the photograph was developed. Taken at National Museum in Greenwich, England, the photographer claimed that no one was present alongside the staircase or in the camera frame when he took the picture!
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The Fire Girl
Taken in 1995, this is a picture from a burnt-out building. The girl is believed to be Jane, who died in 1677 after starting an accidental fire. Well, while we believe it to be real ghost, some call it a classic example of smoke creating illusion.
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The Lady of Bachelor's Grove
Taken at one of the world’s most haunted graveyards – Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery, IL – people believe the woman in the photograph was not there at the time when it was clicked. However, a subject of debate, we believe a camera sometimes captures more than what a naked eye can see!
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Was that His Favorite Chair?
This was taken by the photographer after death of Lord Combermere in 1891. While family wanted some photographs clicked, the post-development results showed something astonishing – Lord Combermere’s ghost seemed sitting on his favorite chair!