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Fact or Faked? 6 famous Ghost pictures

Fact or Faked? 6 famous Ghost pictures

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Thank you for joining the Paranormal Chronicles for Part 4 of our series of articles looking to discover the best photographs of paranormal evidence. As usual once you have reviewed and studied the 6 pictures we ask you to vote on the one piece of evidence that you find the most compelling. If you have missed part one, two and three then do not fear as you can click on the links below to 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.

Most voted for Ghost Picture in Part 1 of our search for the greatest ghost pictures.

Most voted for Ghost Picture in Part 1 of our search for the greatest ghost pictures.

To visit our other parts then click here: Part 1    Part 2     Part 3.       YOUR vote counts

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Now we ask Skeptics and believer alike to analyse the pictures below and determine which if any have any validity. If you have have any thoughts or views on the photographs then please leave in the comments. Together we explore the unknown. Enjoy and do not forget to Vote! Every vote counts.

Andrew Ransom

1. Andrew Ransom

This photo was captured from the St. Augustine episode of The Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures. Captured by a tourist at Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Florida. The team from Ghost Adventures were chatting to Cal Colgan who produced this photograph, apparently showing the ghost of Andrew Ransom, a rather ruthless English pirate, taken by a visitor. In these ghost photographs, the ethereal figure on the left, who was not seen by anyone else at the time, is wearing the ruffled collar so much of the period that Ransom was in St. Augustine, in the late 1600’s. His ghost has been seen numerous times around the Castillo area, by both locals and tourists.

Packhorse Bridge Ghost

2. Packhorse Bridge Ghost

Members of the Cheshire Paranormal Society took this fantastic picture on Packhorse Bridge, Caergwrle, Wales. Although this was just a random shot, orbs had been captured by the group already and several members felt uneasy at the time. It’s believed a number of ghosts haunt this bridge possibly in connection with a former burial ground nearby, for which the bridge was the entrance.

Batchelor grove

3. Bachelor Grove

This photo was taking at Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Illinois. Many experts in the field of the paranormal consider it to be one of the most haunted graveyards in the world. So what is so unique about a photo of a women sitting on a stone in a graveyard? According to the people who took this photo the woman was not there when the picture was taken. The photo was taking by Mari Huff who is a member of the respected paranormal investigating group Ghost Research Society.

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The Cowboy

4. The Cowboy

In 1996, Ike Clanton thought it would be a splendid idea to deck himself out in cowboy attire and have his friend take a picture of him while he stood in Boothill Graveyard at the famous Tombstone, Arizona. Upon examining the picture Clanton noticed a man in the background of the photo that was not there when the photograph was taken. Clanton was intrigued by this and set out to recreate the photo with a friend standing in the background and discovered it was impossible to recreate the picture without having the legs visible.

Tantallon Castle

5. Tantallon Castle

An eerie image of a figure in period costume at a Scottish castle has spooked experts conducting the biggest ever investigation into photographic evidence for ghosts. The picture, taken in May 2008, appears to show a man or woman in a ruff peering out of a barred window at Tantallon Castle. No mannequins or costumed guides are employed at the castle, and three photographic experts have confirmed that no digital trickery was used on the photo. Even confirmed ghost sceptic Professor Richard Wiseman, who led the study, admitted to being puzzled.

London Underground Shocker

6. London Underground Shocker

This photograph was taken by Karen Collett on the Bakerloo Line, London, in the early 1980’s. Taking a picture of her family in the train, this eerie image appears reflected in the glass of a man in an electric chair with blue sparks shooting from his hands. It was Taken with a ‘point and shoot’ 110 camera. A wax figure of Bruno Hauptmann, who was accused of the kidnap and murder of the Lindbergh baby, is in Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum and shows him in the electric chair. The image is identical to the one in Karen’s photo except there are no blue sparks in the Museum exhibit. Despite sceptic’s claims that it must have been a poster in the Underground tunnel, Madame Tussaud’s can find no record of any such poster ever being manufactured.

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: Incubus attacks on the Rise!

Thank you for your time and now get voting! Sleep well….

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4 comments on “Fact or Faked? 6 famous Ghost pictures

  1. elizabeth
    April 20, 2015

    ghost are just spirits who have not moved on after death.. why are people so unable to understand this?

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