A fierce debate has raged for decades over whether ghosts actually exist or not. As technology advances, the argument on both sides increases – cynics are more able to prove whether photos have been faked, but paranormal investigators have a wealth of much more sensitive technology at their fingertips, to attempt to capture evidence to finally answer that big question – what happens when we die? Here is a selection of spooky photographs, appearing to contain evidence of ghosts – what do you think?
Prestbury – This sleepy, picturesque village in Gloucestershire is known as the most haunted village in Britain. Home to a large selection of ghouls, a lot of the hauntings take place in the haunted street – the Burgage. This street is haunted by not one but two horsemen – one who was shot with an arrow during the civil war – his skeleton was discovered (complete with arrow head) and it was confirmed it was him, and another who rides his horse headless after meeting an unfortunate end – he was beheaded by the Roundheads of Prestbury! Prestburys most famous ghost though, is the Black Abbot. Seen in the area of Saint Marys Church, the Abbot used to be seen in the church itself until the building was exorcised. The Black Abbott has been seen by many walking the same route – appearing in the churchyard, and walking through it before disappearing into a wall. In 1990, the photograph below was captured of the ghost, and is one of the most famous ghost photographs ever taken…
Putney Vale Cemetery – In 2013, John Finch was visiting Putney Vale Cemetery in London. He felt a rush of cold air across the back of his neck, and knowing that this is a sign of paranormal activity, he turned around and took some photos on his mobile phone. Although he didn’t see anything himself, the picture on his phone told a different story – if you take a look at the picture below, you will see the clear shape of a woman standing in the cemetery. The local people of Putney, such as London SEO agency http://www.elevateuk.com/ had better keep a look out for this lady!
Raynham Hall – This grand country house in Norfolk, is the family home of the Townsend family. It is also home to the Brown Lady – the ghost that is said to roam the halls of this beautiful building. There have been many accounts from people who have encountered the brown lady. The brown lady is said to be the ghost of Lady Townsend, who was married to Lord Townsend, known for his fiery temper. Lady Townsend was having an affair, and when Lord Townsend discovered this, he sent her to Raynham hall – and never allowed her to leave, or to see anyone at all. In 1936, Captain Provand caught a photo of the Brown Lady on the stairs of the house, the famous picture is below.