A collection of photos from various sources submitted to the web page. Remember we don't suggest these are real, just worthy of your consideration.
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Marek W. from Vancouver BC. writes:
Two days ago my brother came back from a vacation in Europe. One of the
stops included Austria where he was touring an old palace and snapped a
series of photographs of the interior. Today, we had picked up the
pictures after they were developed and this is what we found. Notice a
strange "figure" to the right of the door in the middle of the picture.
He SWORE to me that when they were taking pictures of the interior "there
was absolutely NO ONE in the room, except for a couple of people behind
us and the tour guide". I don't want to rush and say that this is a
"ghost" photograph, however it seems weird and I don't know what to make
of it. (11/14/99)
Ghost photo, scanned by Art Bell, submitted by Frank Lavoie taken by David Ladd, who
does state this is a developing process artifact, but interesting none the less. David
takes photos of his historic resotration work of farmhouses in Rockingham County in
New Hampshire. "A Connection?" Here is an uncompressed version (240K) Posted 11/09/99.
Chris Anderson writes: Here is a picture of a ghost (spirit) that we made a color
copy of in Wilsonville, Oregon in about 1996. The lady who brought this to us said
that the little girl in the picture's grandfather passed away approximately 3 months
earlier. The day this picture was taken was this girl's mother's wedding day. The
ghost (spirit) seems to be coming out of a picture on the wall. That was a photo of
writes: Art, I am a fire fighter and a paramedic, I was at the fire this picture was
taken at. In the middle of the picture is a window and behind that window was a bed.
This bed is where the man was found. Look at the black figure in the middle, it is
the ghost of the dead man. Also if you look you can see other ghosts or demons in
this picture. I have looked at this with lots of other people. This picture hangs in
the fire station at a local fire station in Texas.
This picture of the angel in the sky was actually taken by my husband, Paul McNear. It was
taken on St. George Island in Appalachicola on the Gulf of Florida in 1998. Paul was taking
pictures of clouds that afternoon and never noticed the image until the pictures came back from
the developer. The picture was passed out to many friends and relatives, obviously Art Bell fans
like myself. -- Laurie McNear (email@example.com)