About real ghosts
Young Willie Lincoln (age 11) died in the White House in the bed now in the Lincoln Bedroom at about 5:00 P.M. on February 20, 1862. Both Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight D. Eisenhower claimed they felt the powerful presence of Abraham Lincoln in this room. Eleanor Roosevelt said, "Sometimes when I worked at my desk late at night I'd get a feeling that someone was standing behind me. I'd have to turn around and look." Rumors were that Winston Churchill had a Lincoln sighting in the room.
It is the home of one of the most famous railways in American history, the site of a historically vital trade route along the Tennessee River and the gateway to the Deep South. Chattanooga has a storied past—a past that still lives through the spirits that haunt the city. Whether it is the ghost of the Delta Queen, the porter who forever roams the grounds of the historic Terminal Station or the restless souls that haunt from beneath the city, the specter of Chattanooga’s past is everywhere.
I too saw a man very very similar to this at my house coming toward me in the hallway! He was very translucent but more from the face hands and feet. Here was clearly wearing kaki pants and a white short sleeve shirt. I was told that our subdivision use to be an orange grove over 50 yrs back. Maybe the man is lost as they say in mid level of life and death. Who knows!!
SCHOOL GIRL GHOST! Christine Hamlett took this picture at the Four Crosses pub in Staffordshire, England. Hamlett is a psychic and said, "the child will not stop until her message is heard." According to the article, "The Four Crosses, built in 1636, is well-known by locals for its ghoul guests. It has been said that staff and visitors have been spooked by the sound of smashing glasses, mysterious footsteps and children crying."
WEDDING GHOST! A ghost appeared in a wedding reception photo taken in Gloucestershire, UK. The ghost picture was taken by a young boy, a wedding guest, who saw the image afterward while scanning through the images on a computer. The 12 year old, Jordan Martin, was surprised to capture something so weird while at a wedding.
The Delta Queen, Tennessee: Mary Becker Greene was the first woman ever licensed to pilot a steamboat in America. She moved aboard the Delta Queen after it was purchased by her son, and she spent the last years of her life there. She died aboard the Delta Queen on April 22, 1949, and is said to still walk the halls of the great steamboat.
Possible Ghost Photograph in the Parlor of Magnolia Hall - Natchez, Mississippi This is a POSSIBLE picture of a ghost. Look up at the portrait to the right of the mantel, and you will see what appears to be water damage on the wall. However, this is not damage to the wall, but rather a picture of something that is going on IN FRONT of the mirror, because if you look in the mirror, YOU WILL SEE A REFLECTION OF IT!