A ghost is usually defined as the apparition of a deceased person, frequently similar in appearance to that person, and encountered in places he or she…
loftus Hall - Driving along the isolated road that runs down the scenic Hook Peninsula in Ireland’s Ancient East, it is easy to spot the mansion that has earned itself the reputation as the most haunted house in Ireland. If ever a building fit the stereotype of a home haunted by its bloody and tragic past, this was it...
Englishman William Hope worked as carpenter until realized scams to be performed & money to be made in fooling grief-stricken people desperate for sign their deceased loved ones were at peace.By 1905,Hope's career in "spirit photography" in full swing,as he shot portraits & double exposed sitters with "ghosts" of their family members. Even Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was fan,& wrote The Case for Spirit Photography in support of Hope’s duplicitous business.In the end,Hope's trickery exposed in 1922.
In 1946, Mrs. Andrews took this picture of her deceased daughter's gravestone in Queensland, Australia. Her daughter had been just 17 when she'd died the previous year. When the film was developed, Mrs. Andrews was shocked to see the image of an infant girl looking directly into her camera. There had been no children in the cemetery that day. Years later Australian paranormal researcher Tony Healy investigated and found the graves of two infant girls very near to Mrs. Andrews' daughter's grave.