Here is an interesting collection of photos from pocket-lint.com.
Ghosts, the paranormal and the supernatural have always been debated. Do they exist? Are the photos the proof? Many people have reported sightings before, but without any real proof, they're usually disregarded as mere stories. Being able to take photos of spirits obviously helps the cause, but are all of them real or have some been doctored?
Here is a round-up of famous "ghost" photos. Some have been faked no doubt, but they look so good on first inspection they could definitely convert some non-believers. What do you think?
Two boys sit happily on their mother's laps but a pretty terrifying and unexpected guest has also dropped in. Hanging disturbingly from the rafters.
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, was 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.
The DeFeo murders were the inspiration for The Amityville Horror books and films.
This image was snapped in an abandoned tuberculosis hospital in Louisville, Kentucky in 2006. As you can imagine, in its heyday, the hospital saw an incredible amount of sickness and death - leading many to believe in the possibility that it could be haunted.
In recent years, it has become one of America's most popular destinations for ghost hunters.
This eerie image apparently depicts Mary Lee, a nurse who hung herself in the hospital. The story goes that this poor woman was impregnated by a doctor who worked in the hospital but later wanted nothing to do with her.
This weird vision shows a CCTV camera in a hospital. A demonic spirit appears to be trampling over the bed. Apparently, the person in the bed passed away shortly afterwards.
The Toys 'R' Us store in Sunnyvale, California is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Johnny Johnson, and this image shows a silhouette leaning up against the shelves.
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