Sunday, November 21, 2010

5 Scariest Ghosts Caught in Pictures

Not  much is known about  this photograph except the couple are now both dead(as u can guess). To the right of the tree in the upper right-hand corner is a  misty shape in the form of a human being.

This picture was taken by Chris Payne of Woodbridge, New Jersey at the Gettysburg National Battlefield in 1988. The picture was taken around dusk. Next to Terri Payne and by the wheel of the cannon can clearly be seen a strange bluish white mist. No other picture on the roll displayed anything similar in configuration. Closer examination seems to indicate a face within the fog. It was not visible to the naked eye.

 The palace was built in 1525 on the River Thames 10 miles west of central London and was one the the places that King Henry VIII lived. Jane Seymour, his third wife, died there giving birth to a son, and her ghost is said to walk through one of the cobbled courtyards carrying a candle. No one seems to know what this ghostly figure represents but according to security, it sure looks like a ghost.

A fireman responding to an accident took this photo in Malaysia. It wasn't until after the pictures were developed that the haunting creature under the bridge was discovered. Could it be the soul of someone that perished in the accident? Freaky.

The following photo was taken at the Crumlin Road Prison in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Today, the prison is only used as a tourist location, but many years ago, it acted as a facility for prisoner execution. In this photo, a tourist hopped inside an empty coffin as a joke. Little did he know that when thid photo got developed, the joke would be on him. A clear image of a ghostly face can be seen next to the man, undoubtedly one of the many that perished in the prison's history.

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