Modern science does not acknowledge the existence of supernatural forces, but most of the photos of this post, she was never able to catch in falsehood. Here is a selection of the most famous photos that were captured by ghosts. The church
This picture was taken in 1963 by a priest KF Lord Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England. The picture caused a storm of controversy, as the ghostly face and gaze direction gives grounds to speak about the patch frame. But they say that this photo was studied in detail by experts, who concluded that it was not two frames superimposed one on one, namely one single shot.
A strange legend surrounds a railroad crossing just south of San Antonio, Texas. They say that at the intersection of the highway and the railroad were killed several children and their ghosts still live near their place of death.
Enthusiasts examined the place and made a few shots, one of which you can see the ghost of a little girl. Near her feet much something like a dog, or, as some believe, a teddy bear.
"Brown Lady" Captain Provanda: the portrait ghosts "Brown Lady" is actually the most famous ghost picture of all time. It is believed that it is the ghost of Lady Dorothy Taunshed, wife of Charles Taunsheda. The couple lived in Reynhem Hall in Norfolk, England in the early 18th century. It was rumored that the marriage to Dorothy was the mistress of Lord Wharton. Charles suspected Dorothy of infidelity. Although according to the documents she died and was buried in 1726, people suspected that it was a representation, and that Charles had locked his wife in the farthest corner of the house until her death, which occurred many years later.
Photo Sibello Corbett: in the photo you can see the blurred figure of a man sitting in a chair. It is believed that it is the ghost of Lord Kombermere, commander of the British cavalry early 19th century, who died in 1891 as a result of hitting the horse carts.
During one of the pilots can clearly see the face of another man. It is believed that the person is Freddy Jackson, aircraft mechanic, who was killed in an accident (he was killed by a propeller) two days before the shooting. His funeral took place on the day when the picture was taken. Colleagues easily learned Jackson's picture. They decided that Jackson did not realized that he had died, I decided to participate in the group photo.
Ralph Hardy retired from White Rock, British Columbia, made this famous picture of 1966. He intended merely to remove the elegant spiral staircase in the Queen's House section - part of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. However, after developing the picture turned out a figure that goes up with both hands on the railing. Experts (including the Kodak) that examined the original negative concluded that it does not perform any manipulation. It is known that in the area of the stairs like a visual phenomenon is noticed more than once.
Ghost in the machine
During a visit to the grave of his mother in 1959, Mabel Chinnery took a photo of her husband, waiting for her in the car. After developing the film, both spouses were surprised to find a figure in the photo on the back seat, which resembles a deceased mother Mabel.
At the cemetery
Terry Ike Clanton made a photo of his friend in the cemetery Buthill. The photo was taken on black and white film, as each wanted to take a picture in the style of the Wild West. Clanton took the film to the developer, and was very surprised when I got the pictures. In the upper right corner of the image of a man appeared in a dark hat. Judging by the height of the figure and perspective - a human leg or not, or he is on his knees or ... rises from the ground.
November 19, 1995 City Hall Vema (Shropshire, England) burned down. The set of onlookers gathered to watch the fire of this old building, built in 1905. Tony O'Rahilli fire shot from across the street. On one of the photos visible translucent figure of a girl, standing in the doorway. No O'Rahilli nor other observers or firefighters do not remember the girl during a fire. According to historical documents, in 1677 a fire destroyed many wooden houses in the city. According to legend, a little girl named Dzheeyn Charm accidentally set fire to the roof of a candle. Many people believe that her spirit lives in the area.
On the tombstone
The picture was taken during the investigation of the cemetery Bachelor Grove, near Chicago Ghost Research Society (IPR). August 10, 1991, several members of the IPR were in a small abandoned cemetery on the outskirts of the forest reserve in the suburb of Midlothian, Illinois. The cemetery has a reputation as one of the most mysterious cemetery in the United States. There are reports of more than 100 different cases of strange phenomena that occurred here: the disappearance, strange sounds and visions, there is even a glowing balls of light. After development of the pictures made the IPR, it is possible to see a lonely woman sitting on the tombstone. Parts of her body are translucent, and her clothes were obviously old.
In December 1924, James Courtney and Michael Meehan, crew members of the cargo bay Watertown cleaned oil tanker en route from New York to Panama Canal. As a result of the accident, they were poisoned by gas and vapors died. In maritime tradition dead buried at sea. The next day, one of the crew members saw their faces in the waves starboard. They appeared in the water for 10 seconds, and then melted. In the following days, other crew members are often seen persons died in the waves. Upon arrival in New Orleans, the ship's captain Keith Tracy, reported on the strange events of their employers, and they advised him to capture the ghostly faces on film. Captain Tracy purchased a camera and went to sea. When the faces again appeared in the water, the captain made 6 shots and then closed chamber in the ship's safe. When the film is shown in New York, five shots there was nothing but water, and at last it was possible to clearly see the faces of the dead sailors. Negative was investigated for forgery Burns detective agency. After the change of crew face no longer appeared.
At the grave of his daughter
Woman named Andrews was visiting the grave of her daughter Joyce, who died at age 17. Andrews did not see anything unusual when doing a picture gravestone. When the film showed Andrews was stunned by the image of a small child sitting beside the grave. The child seems to have seen the ghost-Andrews as he looks directly into the lens.
In 1982, photographer Chris Brackley took a picture of the interior of the London church of St. Botolph's, but did not expect to see that on film. In the upper right corner you can see the figure of a woman. According to Brackley in the church there were only three men and not one of them was not in the place where prominent figures.
According to the author of the book about ghosts during the shooting of the frame of the church was still one photographer, but neither he nor the person who made this shot, did not see any ghosts or human. Since the figure dressed in black, it is assumed that it is the priest.
Denise Russell took this picture of his grandmother in 1997 and was shocked when I saw the picture after developing his deceased grandfather behind his grandmother.