Ghost pictures. Do you believe?

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Thank you for joining the Paranormal Chronicles for Part 2 of our series of articles looking to discover the best photographs of paranormal evidence. As usual once you have reviewed and studied the 5 pictures we ask you to vote on the one piece of evidence that you find the most compelling. If you have missed part one then click on this link study and vote and then ping back to this page. The most voted for pictures will return in the grand finale to determine which picture compels or chills our readers the most.

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Now lock the doors, turn off the lights, light a candle and explore our greatest Ghost pictures of all time.

The S.S Watertown
The S.S Watertown

1. The S.S Watertown

This famous photo taken in 1924 apparently shows the faces of two recently deceased crewmen appearing in the waves alongside the merchant ship S.S. Watertown. The faces were seen by numerous members of the crew for several days beforehand and were positively identified as those of two crewmen who suffocated while cleaning out an oil tank a few days earlier. The Burns Detective Agency analysed the negative for tampering and found none.


2. Chloe

Legend has it Chloe was a slave in the house of the Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana who had a bad habit of listening at keyholes to the goings on of the residents. Caught one day in the act by the Master of the house, he lopped off her ear as punishment, forcing her to wear a green scarf over her head to cover the wound. As punishment, she baked a cake with oleander leaves, a common plant in the south that is immensely poisonous. Though the master of the house was her target, her victims became his wife and two daughters, who died in agony a couple days after eating the cake. Chloe fled the house and was lynched by field slaves on the plantation for the wicked light she cast on the rest of them.

Lord Combermere
Lord Combermere

3. Lord Combermere

This photograph of the library in Combermere Abbey was taken by Sybell Corbet in 1891. The figure of a man can faintly be seen sitting in the chair on the left. His head, collar and right arm on the armrest can be clearly made out. This is reputed to be the ghost of Lord Combermere. The second Viscount Lord Combermere died in 1891, after being struck by one of London’s first motor cabs which was electrically powered. While Sybell Corbet was taking the above photograph, Lord Combermere’s funeral was taking place over four miles away.

Ghost in Car
Ghost in Car

4. Ghost in Car

This famous ghost photograph was taken in 1959 by Mable Chinnery. After visiting the grave of her mother, Mable turned and took a picture of her husband, who was waiting for her in the car. What Mable didn’t expect was her mother coming along for the ride.

Toys R Us Ghost
Toys R Us Ghost

5. Toys R Us Ghost

This shot was taken under carefully controlled circumstances with numerous witnesses present, making fakery especially difficult. Taken in 1978 at a Sunnyvale, California Toys-R-Us store known for an inordinate amount of paranormal activity, the picture was shot by the crew from the TV program That’s Incredible! The infra-red film image of the young man leaning against the wall was not seen by any of the people present at the time, nor does he appear in the high speed footage shot from the same vantage point at the same time. There’s a story that in 1869 a young man died at the location where the store now stands from an accidentally self-inflicted axe wound.

The paranormal Chronicles hopes you have studied the pictures in depth and are ready to vote. Do not worry if one of your favorites have not made this list as there will be more coming soon to vote on. The series will conclude with all the top voted pictures in a head to head grand finale. Share this page with your friends to give them a chill and feel free to peruse this site for more metaphysical material. If you would like to review our featured monthly investigation into the alarming rise of Incubus attacks then click here:

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  1. yes I would stay in a haunted house as I grew up in one.
    I had lots of encounters during my childhood and adolence in that house along with other members of the family.

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