If the real ghost stories horrify you, then we warned you don’t read this ghost compilation.
That’s because we made a photograph list with some ghosts stories in various parts of the world that narrate mystic and scariest appearances supposedly real.
As you will see, most of the spotted spirits were found in hotels and houses where tragedies happened and the souls of people seem to have gotten even being released.
Well, the warning was given. If you are still interested in the following selection of stories and read the article until the end, prepare to feel a little fear.
10 Real Ghosts of marine, 1924
This famous photograph taken in 1924 apparently shows the faces of two recently deceased crewmen appearing in the waves, alongside the merchant ship SS Watertown.
Normally I’m not a big fan of the faces appearing in grainy photos. Due to the tendency of the brain, the picture assist to bring your imagination into the chaos.
But this case is different where the faces were seen by many members of the crew and they identified the marked person as two crew members who drowned in the cleaning an oil tank, a few days before.
We can’t predict – the picture was real or whether is the case of a matrix in which pattern of lines and spaces mimics the virtual appearance of someone.
Later, Burns Detective Agency was employed who analyzed the case as falsehood and found none.
9 Bachelor Grove Cemetery, 1991
One of the “too good to be true” photos, this one actually has a pretty good pedigree because this ghost photograph was shot by a professional paranormal researcher (and noticeably the photographs also took into the broad daylight, unlike most investigations cemetery is almost always shot at night).
The photo was taken in the cemetery of Grove degree in Illinois by the Ghost Research Society on August 10, 1991. Photographer Mari Huff was using the high-speed monochrome film in the area where his team had several electromagnetic anomalies detected and captured this image of a woman in the short period of time that shows a women with full costume, supposedly in a shroud was sitting on a tombstone.
Note that the lower parts of his legs seem to be transparent. It looks like a real ghost
8 The Queensland Photo, 1946
This creepy picture was taken in 1946 in Queensland, Australia. It had clicked by a woman who was taking a picture of the grave of her teenage daughter.
On the same time, there was no one at the sight. When the picture of the grave was processed, the image of a child sitting was appeared apparently sitting on the grave.
The woman could not recognize the child, thereby reducing (but not entirely) the possibility that it is a double exposure.
7 The appearance Wem Fire, 1995
This famous photo of a young girl who are looking out from a raging fire, was taken during a 1995 structure fire in Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England.
It was shot from the other side of the street by a local photographer, nothing unusual was seen at the time, but once the negative was developed he noticed what appeared to be a young girl standing in the doorway of the burning building.
The photo is so disturbing that pretends everyone at that time. Firefighters found nothing as everything sifts through the ashes after finding the remains of a body, leaving everyone wondering who the girl.
As expected, there is a bit of local folklore that says a young woman named Jane Churm accidentally burned the town hall to the ground in 1677 when she dropped a candle, and his ghost has been reputed to pursue room Wem city from the time.
6 The Spirit Corroboree Rock, 1959
Taken by Reverend RS Blance at Corroboree Rock near Alice Springs, Australia, in 1959, this famous photo has existed for many years and defies explanation to this day. It would not be difficult to fake this photo with modern photo manipulation software (eg Photoshop) but it would have been almost impossible to do in 1959.
5 HMS Daedalus Photo 1919
Another classic and one of the best catches, this photograph of 1919, taken by former RAF officer Sir Victor Goddard, shows his squadron of the Royal Navy vessel HMS Daedalus.
Notice the transparent face looking around the man in the upper left corner of the photo. Several men of the squadron identified the face as belonging to mechanic Freddy Jackson, who had been killed two days earlier when he accidentally walked into a propeller blade spinning.
His funeral took place the same day. Apparently, Freddy did not want to miss all the fun.
4 Toys-R-Us, 1978
This photo has one of the best frames between pictures of ghosts, because it was a photograph in carefully controlled circumstances with numerous witnesses present, which makes it particularly difficult to counterfeit.
Taken in 1978 in Sunnyvale, California Toys-R-Us store known for an enormous amount of paranormal activity, the image was taken by the team of the television show That’s Incredible! The film image infrared young man leaning against the wall, not seen by any of the people present at that time, nor appear in the images of high-speed shooting from the same point of view at the same time.
There is a story that in 1869 a young man died in the place where now shop accidentally self-inflicted wound ax, which could explain his usual clothes found.
3 The Lord Combermere Photo, 1891
This well known photo and perhaps one of the oldest examples of a real ghost which was taken at the Library of Combermere Abbey in 1891 by Sybell Corbet.
The duration of exposure was approximately one hour, and the figure of a man who appears to be sitting on the couch located in the foreground (which is hard to understand, but a head and arm can only be seen outside sitting on the chair). At the time of this photograph being taken, Lord Combermere (British cavalry high commander) was being buried four kilometers away and the house is said to have been blocked and emptied at that time.
2 The Chinnery Photo, 1959
During the visit to the grave of her mother in 1959, the Mrs. Mabel Chinnery decided to end the film roll by taking a picture of her husband sitting in the car. When the roll was developed, he appeared a female figure, sitting in the back seat o the car.
Mrs. Chinnery and several family members insisted that the female figure who appeared in the photograph is her mother, who seems to have taken his usual place in the back seat and is patiently waiting to be reach at home.
An expert examined the photographic print and stated that it was neither a reflection nor a double exposure. Note that “mom” seems to be a pretty solid ghost, with no hint of transparency or light from the rear windows shining through her. Even her glasses appear to reflect light!
1 The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall, 1936
Perhaps the most famous of all ghost photos ever, this highly controversial photograph was taken by the photographer in 1936 and subsequently hired by the London Country Living magazine to take some pictures of the inside of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England.
What is also interesting about this picture is that unlike most of the photos that figure is not seen until after the film is developed, the spectral figure of a woman down the stairs was seen seconds before the camera break.
The negative aspects of this photo has been scrutinized by hundreds of experts (and not a few skeptics) that can find no evidence that it is a hoax or a double exposure.
It is still considered by many as the best “catch”.