10 CREEPY Ghost Pictures That Were Never Explained

10 CREEPY Ghost Pictures That Were Never Explained

October 24, 2019 100 By William Hollis


– Pictures can tell us many things. They’re a way for people
to capture a moment to look back on it later. But what happens when you
look back on an old picture to discover that there’re
something or someone in it that you did not expect? The following photos I’m about to show you were all taken by amateur photographers who upon developing them discovered what can only be described
as an apparition, a spectral being that
is not of this world. But of course the subject of ghosts is always a topic for debate. Are these hoaxes or are
they unintentional glimpses into another world? It’s for you to decide. So here are 10 creepy ghost pictures that were never explained. Number one is Our Lady of Zietoun. There’re thousands of stories
documented from the past of people who have claimed
to see a religious figure. While most of them were a single sighting the appearance of Our Lady of
Zeitoun was very different. This apparition was first
seen on April 2nd, 1968 by a bus mechanic named
Farouk Mohammed Atwa, who upon spotting it
believed it to be a woman standing on the top of a church in Zeitoun district of Cairo, Egypt. Believing that she was suicidal, he along with two other
witnesses called the authorities who explained that it was
simply a reflection of light. But it was quickly discovered that this was more than
a simple reflection, as for over two years afterwards thousands of people
witnessed the same apparition which resembled the Virgin Mary. Hundreds of photos were
taken of these events, all of them depicting the same figure. Having been unable to produce
an alternative explanation for the luminous sightings, the Egyptian government has come forward accepting the apparitions as real. Number two is the Deathbed Ghost. In 1999, the owners of the
Worley Bed and Breakfast in Georgia hired a photographer
to take some pictures for promotional materials. Upon finding some useful ones the photos were stored
away for four years. In 2003, the owners decided
to pull out the photos to find some for their website only to discover something
very odd in one of the images. Initially assumed to be a
photographic flaw or artifact, the photo was further
examined by professionals and it was discovered to
have what appears to be a ghost of a teenage boy lying in a bed in the top right corner. The inn’s owners believe
that the apparition is that of Claude Worley, a young man who in 1889 was hit by a train and was brought into the
house to be made comfortable until he died slowly. Number tree if the Girl on Fire. On November 19th, 1995
a great fire consumed the Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England, reducing the entire building to ashes. This monumental firefight
brought both photographers and press to capture the battle. However, one picture was taken that has bewildered people to this day. This picture was taken by local resident and amateur photographer Tony O’Rahilly, which seems to show a ghostly
girl standing near a railing as the blaze destroys
everything around her. Mr. O’Rahilly who died
in 2005 adamantly claimed right up until the date of his death that he did not doctor the image that made headlines around the world. Adding credibility to his claim
is that none who were there ever saw this girl and the photo was later verified
by experts to be authentic. Through research it was later believed that the specter is that
of 14-year-old Jane Churm, a girl who died in a fire
that she caused accidentally with a candle over 300
years prior, in 1677. Number four is Grandpa’s Ghost. On August 17th, 1998 Denise
Russell and her family took their 94-year-old
grandmother out for a picnic to cheer her up after she
had been in a nursing home for a week. During the family outing Denise’s sister took a
photo of her grandmother which captured something unexpected. Behind her grandmother
stood her grandfather who had died 14 years prior, in 1984. Eerily nobody noticed this
anomaly until Christmas of 2000, after the grandmother
had already been dead for over eight months. Interestingly, their
grandmother had always said that she felt the presence
of her late husband as if he had always
been watching over her. Perhaps this picture captured
one of those very moments. Number five is the Staircase Ghost. Queen’s House building
at the National Museum in Greenwich, England has been the site of many
paranormal encounters in the over 400 years that
it’s been in existence. People have claimed to
have heard footsteps, seeing doors open seemingly by themselves, and ghosts who have roamed the halls. Of course all of these were
simply claims with no evidence until one picture was taken. This photo taken in 1966
by Reverend Ralph Hardy, a retired clergyman from
White Rock, British Columbia, shows a glowing white figure
climbing the staircase, the stairs being the only thing
that he meant to photograph. It was only after this photo was developed that the woman appeared, much to the reverend
and his clergy’s shock. When the reverend came
forward with this photo many people cried “Hoax!” That was until the
photograph was authenticated by multiple experts who have
declared it to be authentic. Number six is Lord Combermere’s Ghost. This photograph of the
Combermere Abbey Library was taken in 1891 by
photographer Sybell Corbet. It’s located in Cheshire, England and was founded by
Benedictine monks in 1133. Corbet was commissioned to take
some photos with her camera and set it up with the
shutter open for one hour in the Combermere Abbey Library, while the house staff were
attending her brother, Lord Combermere’s funeral
nearly four miles away. However, what’s bizarre is
that if you look closely you can see a faint resemblance
of a man sitting in a chair that bears a striking resemblance to Lord Combermere himself,
who was killed days before when he was run over by
a horse-drawn carriage. Now, some claim that
during this photo exposure some servants might
have come into the room to sit on the chair creating
the image that we see here. However, this was deemed impossible as every member of the
house was accounted for while attending Lord Combermere’s funeral. The photo was authenticated by experts and it was determined to
not be a double exposure. Number seven is the Cooper
Family Falling Body. Sometime in the 1950s the Cooper family bought an old house in
Texas and moved in quickly. Days after unpacking they
decided to take a picture around the dining-room table smiling and celebrating their new home. However, when the photo
was subsequently developed they discovered an extra
guest in the image. On the left of the image
is what appears to be a hanging body of a deceased person which was not originally there according to the father
who took the photo. This is an extremely controversial photo that has made its rounds
around the Internet over the past five years. Many have claimed that this
is the work of double exposure or Photoshop, but some who
have analyzed the photo believe it to be genuine. Number eight is the Amityville Ghost Boy. On November 13th, 1974
23-year-old Ronald DeFeo murdered his entire family in their
home in Amityville, New York. Just over a year later
in December of 1975, the Lutz family moved
into that very same home and immediately began
noticing paranormal activity. Enough so that they
actually fled the house after only 28 days. In response on March 6th, 1976 famous paranormal investigators
Ed and Lorraine Warren while investigating the
haunting took several photos with a time lapse infrared camera. However, what they discovered
upon developing the photos was nothing that anyone was prepared for. Caught in this photo is a small boy staring back at the camera, a small boy that looked eerily
familiar to many who saw it. It was none other than Matthew DeFeo, the same young boy that was
brutally murdered by his father less than two years prior. The house was verified to be vacant and there’s still no explanation as to why the young boy
appeared in the photo. Number nine is the White
Lady of Worstead Church. In 1975, Peter Berthelot
and his wife Diane were visiting the Worstead Church in North Norfolk, United Kingdom, with their 12-year-old son. As most families do on their vacations they took a photo of their destination, in this case the inside of the church. However, what they did not
expect was to develop a photo that would come to be known forever as the White Lady of Worstead Church. In this famous photo we
see Diane sitting at a pew with an apparition behind her. The specter appears to
be wearing old clothes including a bonnet. Understandably terrified the
family submitted the photo to the church vicar, Reverend Pettit, who had an interesting revelation. The day the photo was taken Diane was sick which is why she was sitting. The reverend quickly
identified the apparition as the White Lady, a healer who appears to those who are sick. The legend he spoke of had
gone back over 100 years, but this was the first time that someone had actually
captured her in an image. And number 10 is Someone in the Back Seat. Back in 1959, while at a cemetery to visit her mother’s grave, Mabel Chinnery snapped
some pictures of the site including this shot of her husband as he sat in the passenger
seat of the couple’s car. However, unbelievably the camera captured something else unexpected, Mabel’s dead mother
sitting in the back seat. An expert had analyzed the photo and determined that it
was genuine and authentic leaving Mabel terrified and with more questions than answers. When news of this story got out it was printed in several publications, including the original news
report that broke the story on June 28th, 1959 in Parade magazine. To this day nobody has found an answer to what happened in this photograph, leaving many to conclude
that this was in fact the ghost of the deceased Miss Chinnery. So those were 10 unexplained
photos of ghosts. But I want to know from
you in the comments: were any of these hoaxes or
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