|Lipan, Texas Evergreen Cemetery: The white mist appeared in front of the camera as we were leaving|
During a visit to her mother’s grave site, Mabel Chinnery took this candid picture of her husband while he waited patiently in the car.
After Mabel developed the film she noticed the eerie figure in the back seat, just behind her husband’s right shoulder. Mabel swore that the ghostly apparition was her mother.
Taken in 1919 by Sir Victor Goddard
A standard group photo of a World War I squadron became infamous when an additional face appeared behind one from the airmen located on the top row, fourth from the left (see insert for a clearer view).
The airmen instantly recognized the face as belonging to Freddy Jackson, a mechanic who was killed by an airplane propeller two days before the photo was taken. Freddy’s funeral had taken place on that day, but apparently Freddy Jackson’s ghost decided to show up anyway.