For centuries, people have reported sightings of ghosts, feeling spirits around them, and living in a haunted home. Are ghosts real? Have ghosts ever really been photographed? Thousands upon thousands of stories have been recounted, telling tales of horrific deaths and haunted areas across the world, dating all the way back to pre-literate cultures.
What is the best picture of a ghost? Many of the best ghost photos have been taken at cemeteries, while others seemingly depict spirits in old houses or even in the bright sunshine.
One great ghost photo was taken in 1936 by Captain Provand and was published in a 1936 edition of Country Life magazine. The ghost depicted is believed to be Lady Dorothy Townshend, as she is said to haunt the staircase of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, where the photo was taken.
Do you believe in ghosts? Vote up the best ghost pictures below.
The Ghostly Squadmate
This photo of Sir Victor Goddard's World War I squadron was taken in 1919. In the back row, the face of Freddy Jackson, who was killed days earlier in a freak accident, can be seen peeking out behind one of the squadron members.Is this creepy?
The Visit From GrandpaPhoto: Pinterest
This photo was taken in 1997. The woman in the photo is the photographer's grandmother and the man behind her appears to be the photographer's grandfather who passed away in 1984. No one noticed the ghostly image until the grandmother also passed away.Is this creepy?
The Specter On The StaircasePhoto: u/blitzballer / RedditThis photo was taken by Rev. Ralph Hardy at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich in 1966. The identity of the ghost is unknown.Is this creepy?
The Brown Lady
This photo was taken in 1936 by Captain Provand and it was published in a 1936 edition of Country Life magazine. The ghost is believed to be Lady Dorothy Townshend, as she is said to haunt this staircase of Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England.Is this creepy?