PHOTOS: 7 Most Popular Ghost Pictures Ever Taken

  1. An unexpected guest – 1950s

This image, taken at some point in the 1950s shows a small family sitting at a table. Two boys sit happily on their mother’s lap but a pretty terrifying and unexpected guest has also dropped in, hanging disturbingly from the rafters.

  1. The Ghost Pilot – 1987

In 1987, Mrs Sayer was visiting an airfield in England with her friend. She thought it would be fun to take a photo of her sitting in the cockpit. When the image was developed, a man was sitting in the pilot’s seat who hadn’t been there when the photo was taken. A long-lost pilot? No one is sure.

  1. Amityville Ghost – 1976

– This photo, taken by Ed and Lorraine Warren, claims to show the ghost of 9-year-old John DeFeo. DeFeo, along with his other brother, two sisters, and parents, were killed by his older brother Ronald at their house in Amityville.
Ed and Lorraine Warren were paranormal experts who entered the house and captured this image using a camera that consistently took infrared photos during the night.

  1. The Back Seat Ghost – March 1959.

– This photo was taken by Mabel Chinnery in 1959. It shows her husband in his car, but who is allegedly her dead mother-in-law in the back seat?

While paranormalists believe it to be real, others have debunked it as being a case of double exposure.

  1. Mrs Andrews baby – 1947

– This photo of a child appearing over a grave was taken by Mrs Andrews in 1947. She noticed the ghost when she had the film developed, but said it wasn’t her daughter in the picture.

Despite there being some graves for children nearby, the child in the picture has never been identified.

  1. Pawling Fire Department – 1988

– The white figure in this photo is believed to be some sort of angel, overlooking Rose Benvenuto, who was involved in the car crash.

She said it could only have taken a miracle for her to survive the crash, and lo and behold, there’s an angel-like figure in attending firefighter Sharon Boo’s photo.

  1. Boot Hill Ghost – 1996

– Only Ike Canton’s friend was seen when this photo was taken, The mysterious man wearing a hat behind him wasn’t. Canton later looked more closely at the photo and decided the figure was holding a knife, with the point ending just above his collar.


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