--> Taken in 1929 at the Walsh-Fanham Wood Mill
In 1995 an old building (the Town Hall) in Wem,England caught fire. A local took this photo. The town had caught fire many years before in 1677 and was said to be started by a little girl with a candle, Jane Cherm. Her ghost has been spotted in the town over the years.
Taken at the grave of singer Jim Morrison in Paris in 1997. (behind Brett Meisner and to the right)
Taken by rock author Brett Meisner
The photo was examined by dozens of paranormal & photographic experts & even by the F.B.I. laboratory with no explanation. The only thing the experts do agree on, is that the photo has not been altered nor doctored in any way.
He never noticed the apparition in the pic until years later while going thorough the photos.
Brett says he has been plagued with bad luck ever since the discovery & is trying to get rid of it. A spiritual advisor & close friend of his believes the photograph is part of the curse & he must get rid of it, but no one will take it off Brett`s hands.
This picture taken in 1936 at Raynham Hall Mansion was published in the December 16, 1936 edition of Country Life Magazine in the U.K. It has been dubbed "The Brown Lady" & has a 300 plus year history. Many believe it is the ghost of Lady Dorothy Townshend, wife of Charles Townshend who lived in Raynham Hall in Norfolk England in the early 1700`s.
Dorothy was suspected by her husband of infidelity & legal records say she died & was buried in 1726. However, many believe the funeral was a sham & suspect that Charles locked her away in a remote corner of the house til her death many years later.
Dorothy is said to haunt the staircase in Raynham Hall & was even seen by King George IV while staying in the mansion in the early 1800`s. Colonel Loftus also reported seeing her in 1835 & said her face was pale & it appeared that her eyes had been gouged out. A few years later Captain Frederic Marryat observed her gliding through the halls with a sarcastic look on her face. He fired his gun at her, but the bullet passed right through her.
Many say The Brown Lady still haunts those halls today.
This photo was taken with infrared film at the Toys `R` Us store in Sunnyvale California in 1979. Pictures were also taken with a regular camera, but the ghost didn`t show up on that film. You can see the shadowy figure leaning against the wall.
According to the store manager Jeff Lyndon, weird things kept happening. A skateboard would roll down the isle of the store & crash into the wall, objects would fly 20 feet across the room & hit employees, toys would topple from their shelves, & a doll would cry "mama" every time they put it in a box. One night they neatly stocked the store shelves & closed the store for the night, when they returned to open up the next morning the shelves were in complete disarray.
Some employees were too scared to go in certain parts of the store alone, so
in 1979 they called in psychic Sylvia Browne. According to Sylvia, the shadowy figure is that of John or Johan Johnson. Johnson was a mentally handicapped man at the turn of the 20th century that was in love with a Elizabeth Tafee. Tafee lived on a ranch where the the store now sits & she ignored Johnson. Johnson has haunted the premises ever since his death a few years later.
This photo was taken in 1963 by Reverend K. F. Lord at the Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England. Reverend Lord was taking a picture of his alter & says he was alone in the church at the time.
This very controversial photo has been the object of attack by skeptics over the years because of the way that the shrouded figure is looking directly into the camera & because of the expression it`s making. Skeptics say it looks as though it is posed. But after photo experts carefully examined the print, they determined that it is not a double exposure.
The Newby Church was built in 1870 & as far as anyone knows has never had any history of hauntings or ghosts. Photo experts estimate the shrouded figure to be nine feet tall.