31 most famous ghost photos ever taken

CachHayNhat - 31 most famous ghost pictures ever taken. Ghosts, the occult and the supernatural are always contested. Do they exist?


Many people have reported previous sightings, but without any actual proof, they are often dismissed as mere stories. Maybe photographing spirits is obviously helping the cause, but are they all real or are some convinced?

31 most famous ghost photos ever taken
31 most famous ghost photos ever taken

Below is a compilation of the most famous "ghost" photos of all time. Undoubtedly, some have been faked, but they look good on first inspection so can certainly convert some disbelievers.


An unexpected guest - the 1950s

An unexpected guest - the 1950s
An unexpected guest - the 1950s

This image, taken sometime in the 1950s shows a small family sitting at the same table. The two boys happily sat on their mother's lap, but a rather frightened and unexpected visitor also entered. Scary hanging from the rafters.


Ghost Pilot - 1987

Ghost Pilot - 1987
Ghost Pilot - 1987

In 1987, Mrs. Sayer was visiting an airport in England with her friend. She thought it would be fun to take a picture of herself sitting in the cockpit.

When the image was developed, there was a man in the pilot's seat who was not there when the photo was taken. A long-lost pilot? No one is sure.


Ghost Cemetery - 1996

Ghost Cemetery - 1996
Ghost Cemetery - 1996

Only Ike Canton's friend was seen when this photo was taken, the Mysterious Man with the Hat Behind It was not. Canton then took a closer look at the photo and decided that the character was actually holding a knife, with the end point right on his collar.


Goddard's Squad - Freddy Jackson - 1919

Goddard's Squad - Freddy Jackson - 1919
Goddard's Squad - Freddy Jackson - 1919

This image was taken by Sir Victor Goddard, of his squadron in 1919. The ghostly image behind the fourth sailor from the left, at the top, is believed to be Freddy Jackson. Jackson died a few days before the photo was taken by entering a moving propeller.


Ghosts of Amityville - 1976

Ghosts of Amityville - 1976
Ghosts of Amityville - 1976

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, were killed by his brother Ronald at their home in Amityville. Ed and Lorraine Warren are paranormal experts who entered the house and captured this image with a camera that continuously captures infrared images during the night.

The DeFeo murders were the inspiration for books and movies about The Amityville Horror.


Ghosts of Coventry - 1985

Ghosts of Coventry - 1985
Ghosts of Coventry - 1985

At first glance, you'd think there's nothing wrong with this photo. But look back, and you'll see a tall figure, dressed in what is likely a monk's robe, with a hood, in the upper left.

Here's a photo of the Coventry Freeman for everyone present at the event, including the mysterious figure bowing. No one at the event was seen wearing that style of clothing.


Grandfather's Ghost - August 1997

Grandfather's Ghost - August 1997
Grandfather's Ghost - August 1997

Denise Russell took this photo of her grandmother, who lived alone at the time, on August 17, 1997. Although the photo was developed, copied and given to other family members, no one left it. noticed the image of the man standing by her side until Christmas Day 2000. The Russells say it was a spitting image of their grandfather, who passed away in 1984.


Pawling Fire Department - 1988

Pawling Fire Department - 1988
Pawling Fire Department - 1988

The white figure in this photo is believed to be some sort of angel, overlooking Rose Benvenuto, who was involved in the car crash. She says there can only be a miracle that can help her survive the crash, and lo and behold, there's an angel-like figure in the firefighter Sharon Boo's photo.


Rear Seat Ghost - March 1959

Rear Seat Ghost - March 1959
Rear Seat Ghost - March 1959

This photo was taken by Mabel Chinnery in 1959. It shows her husband in his car, but her presumed dead mother-in-law in the back seat. While occultists believe it to be real, others see it as a case of double exposure.


Little Andrews - 1947

Little Andrews - 1947
Little Andrews - 1947

This photograph of a child appearing at the grave was taken by Mrs. Andrews in 1947. She noticed the ghost while editing, but said it was not her daughter in the photo. Although there are several graves for children nearby, the child in the photo has never been identified.


The SS Watertown - 1924