Ghosts Caught On Camera: Top 5 BEST Ghost Photos EVER

Ghosts Caught On Camera: Top 5 BEST Ghost Photos EVER

October 21, 2019 100 By William Hollis


In this countdown, I’ll attempt to showcase
what many believe to be TRUE photographic evidence of the existence of ghosts. Most of the ghost photos in this list were
taken before the age of digital cameras and Photoshop. They were shot on actual film stock and examined by experienced photographic experts. The photos were all found to be authentic
and not manipulated in development. In the end of course, the decision is up to
you. Are these images REAL ghosts caught on camera or just simple photo fakes. You decide. It’s the Top 5 Supposedly Real Ghosts Caught on Camera. Specter of Newby Church
This next ghost photo is one of the most famous of all time. It’s the Specter of Newby Church. The photo was taken in 1963 in Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England. The specter of the strange hooded monk with the distorted face seems so clear that it has led many to question the authenticity
of the photo. However, in the late 1970s, the film was examined by a team of experts working for the BBC. The group examined both the photo and the negative and found no evidence of tampering. Even stranger, during their examination, they surmised that judging by the angle and surroundings in the photo, the scary hooded entity would
have been over 8 feet tall. Now, the second reason that this photo has more credibility than the average random ghost photo, is that it was taken in 1963 by the
actual vicar of the Newby church, Reverend Kenneth F. Lord. The Reverend says that he was attempting to take a picture of the church altar and the bizarre figure just appeared in the photo
when developed. By going public with the ghostly photograph, the Reverend had nothing to gain and could have easily lost the respect of his church
congregation and brought shame on the church itself. So would a man of the cloth fake a ghost caught on camera photo when he had nothing to gain and everything to lose? Let me know what you think down in the comments. The White Lady of Worstead
In 1975 Peter and Diane Berthelot visited the Worstead Church in north Norfolk in the UK. Diane took a seat amongst the empty pews to say a short prayer. Her husband Peter snapped a candid photo of her as she sat and prayed. Later when the film was developed, the couple was shocked to see the ghostly apparition of what appears to be a woman sitting behind Diane, dressed all in white, wearing a bonnet and old-fashioned clothing. Peter and Dianne Berthelot swear that there was no one else present around Diane when the picture was taken. The couple later showed this photo to Reverend Pettit, the church vicar, and inquired about the strange specter in the photo.. They were shocked when the Reverend told them about the “White Lady”, a ghost that is said to have haunted the Worstead Church for more than 150 years. In a local story dating back to the 1830s,
it is said that a man laughingly dismissed the legend of the White Lady ghost, boasting that he would climb to the top of the church bell tower at midnight and if the White Lady was there, he would give her a big kiss on the lips. As the story goes, the man followed through with his ill-advised boast- he did indeed climb the ladder to the Worstead Church bell tower at midnight. …Time passed, but the man never returned. Finally, the man’s friends ascended the bell
tower to check on him. What they found, shocked them to the core. The man was cowering in a corner of the bell tower, shivering violently, and barely able to speak. Through quivering lips, he said simply “I
saw her… I saw the White Lady”, and then without another word, he closed his eyes and passed away. Farmboy Ghost of Hertfordshire, England
Neil Sandbach was photographing some scenic farmhouse shots to be used as the backdrop for a couple’s wedding stationary. The couple were planning to have their wedding at the quaint out-of-the-way farm the next week. Later when Neil examined the series of photos, he was shocked to see that one of the images seemed to contain the bright glowing figure of a young boy who seemed to be staring back at Neil from around the corner of one of the buildings. Neil says that he is sure that there was no
one else present at the farm when the photos were taken. Now, Neil was not sure exactly WHAT had appeared in his photo. So before the wedding, Neil asked the staff of the farm if they had ever had any creepy or unexplained experiences while working there. Even though the farm staff had not seen Neil’s spooky photo and, in fact, didn’t even know the picture existed, they all said that on
many occasions they had each seen the figure of a young boy, dressed in old-fashioned white
sleeping clothes, lurking around the barn. But what do you think? Is it a real ghost caught on camera? Or just some careful photo manipulation by
an experienced photographer? The Chico Ghost Truck
Roy, a Californian policeman found an old abandoned truck on Honey Run Road in Chico, California. He took pictures of the truck for the purpose of logging the vehicle into police records so that it could be towed away. Later when Roy checked his photos, he was shocked to see the clear image of a FACE staring back at him from the passenger seat of the truck. Roy swears that there was no one around when he took his pictures and the man’s likeness did not appear in any of his other photos. Most disturbing is the strange piercing look that the man appears to be giving Roy as the picture is taken. But what do you think? Is this a real ghost caught on camera? Or just a bizarre reflection from the mid-day sun? The Pink Lady of O’Hare. Armed with video and film cameras a man named Guy Winters and a friend set out to explore the supposedly haunted O’Hare house in Greencastle, Indiana. The two men spent two days exploring and filming the house. Several minor oddities and paranormal occurrences were experienced. But by far the most striking supernatural
evidence retrieved were these photos, snapped by Guy Winters of the outside of O’Hare house. This first photo is the blurry picture of
what appears to be a woman standing in the front doorway, staring out at the photographer. The second picture, another blurry manifestation looking out a downstairs window. But what truly baffled paranormal researchers is THIS series of photos taken of an upstairs bedroom. It shows 3 photos of what has come to be called the “Pink Lady of O’Hare House”. Guy Winters did not see this apparition at
the time and only found it later after the photos were developed. A professional analysis of the film proved
that the images are indeed on the film negative. But perhaps even more chilling is what happened when the picture was run through a computer enhancement to try to uncover greater detail in the photo. When enhanced, the photo looks like a skull encased in the ghastly apparition of a human body. Unfortunately, no further investigation into
O’Hare house was ever able to be conducted. Once Guy Winters footage became public, the house’s owner, fearing intense interest by other paranormal researchers and local teenagers, had the house demolished. There is now a cornfield where the house once stood. These photos taken by Guy Winters during his investigation, may be the last shots ever taken of O’Hare house. Is this a real ghost caught on camera? Or just a careful fake? You decide. So that’s it. The top 5 scary/ possibly real ghost pictures ever taken. Are they real or are they fake? In the end, that’s for you the viewer to decide.