The paranormal is increasingly hard to capture on camera, there are thousand of hoaxes out there and with modern technology they become even easier to do. However there are a few photographs that are so hard to explain they send shivers down your spine and make you challenge everything you have ever known. These photographs have left believers and skeptics alike completely amazed and shocked. So here it is, this is 8 scariest ghost photographs ever taken.
Baby At The Gravestone (1946)
This photograph was taken by Mrs. Andrew when she was visiting the grave of here teenage daughter in Queensland, Australia. What makes this photo even stranger is that while she was taking the photo she claimed that there was nothing strange in the frame and she had no weird feelings whilst around the grave. It was only when the photo was developed that she realised there was a child in the frame seemingly sitting on the grave.
The Amityville Horror Ghost (1976)
The following photograph was taken by Gene Campbell in 1976 whilst there was a paranormal investigation under way at the amityville horror house. It was not until the rolls of film were developed when they saw the creepy figure of a child peering through a doorway in the house. This figure was not physically seen when the original photograph was taken.
Child Phantom on The Farm (2008)
Neil Sandbach was harmlessly taking pictures of this farm in Hertfordshire, England in 2008. It was not until he had his photo’s developed when he saw the figure of a child in the frame. He remains adamant that there was no one else on the farm that day, and insists he did not see this when he was taking the picture.
The Brown Lady (1936)
The following photograph has become almost infamous in the paranormal field, it is one of the oldest and most famous photographs ever taken. After a photoshoot fo a magazine this photograph surfaced, apparently taken in Raynham Hall, Norfolk, England
The Spectre of Newby Church (1963)
This photograph taken in 1963 appears to show an extremely tall figure standing at the altar of Newby Church in Yorkshire, England. Many tests have been conducted on the photo and it has been determined that this was not an attempt at a hoax and that the figure in picture was genuinely in the original photograph.
Corroboree Rock Spirit (1959)
The following photograph was taken by Reverend R.S. Blance at Corroboree Rock, at Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. This very famous photo is very compelling and with many tests conducted it was determined this was no fake.
Tulip Staircase Ghost (1966)
This photograph was taken by Rev. Ralph Hardy in the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England in 1966. This figure was not seen when the photograph was taken, however when developed this spooky apparating can be seen climbing up the famous staurcase. What makes this photo even creepier is that when developed this figure can even be seen in the negatives.
Freddy Jackson Ghost (1919)
Freddie jackson was a RAF mechanic who only days before this photo was taken was killed in a freak accident. However after this photo was taken of his fellow airmen he was surprisingly identified at the back of the group seemingly peering round another airman’s head.