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The Most Famous Ghost Photographs Ever Taken - Part Two

The Ghost Pilot - 1987

In 1987, Mrs. Sayer visited an airfield in England with her friend. She thought taking a photo while sitting in the cockpit would be fun.

When the image was developed, a man can be seen sitting in the seat next to her, who supposedly wasn't there when the photo was taken. A long-lost pilot? No one is sure.

Newby Church - 1963

Some analysts think this photo taken at Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England, is a fake because the character looks to be posing too much.

However, Reverend K.F. Lord insists there was nothing visible to the naked eye when he took the photo, and photo experts say it hasn't been double exposed.

The Brown Lady - 1936

This photo of 'The Brown Lady' is considered by many to be actual photographic evidence of ghosts. It was taken at Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, in 1936.

Before this photo was taken, many sightings of the figure allegedly occurred, which is believed to be the ghost of Lady Townshend. Her husband locked her in a room in the hall when he found out about her infidelity and left her there to die.

A supernatural concept of a ghostly woman wearing a long white dress, walking through a spooky, foggy forest in winter. With a grunge, vintage edit.

Photo: Moment RF

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