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The portrait of "The Brown Lady Of Raynham Hall"
is arguably the most famous and well-regarded ghost photograph ever taken. The ghost is thought to be that of Lady Dorothy Townshend.
A photographer working for a local “Home and Garden” magazine captured her as he watched her descending down the stairs!
This photograph of the Combermere Abbey library was taken in 1891 by Sybell Corbet. The figure of a man can faintly be seen sitting in the chair to the left. It is believed to be the ghost of Lord Combermere, who at the time of the picture being taken was being buried at a near by cemetery.
This photo was taken at Eastry Church in Kent in 1956. The photographer insisted that when he took the photo that the only people in the church was himself, his wife and a cleaning lady.
This photograph was taken by local resident Tony O'Rahilly on 19 November, 1995, as Wem Town Hall, Shropshire, England, burned to the ground. A fire ravaged the town hall once before, in 1677. The historical record indicates that the 1677 fire was caused by a young girl, Jane Churm, who was careless with a candle.
This photograph, taken from the deck of the S.S Watertown, it seems to reveal two haunting faces in the water below. They are likenesses, crewmen claimed, of the two seamen who died in an accident on the ship.
The Specter of Newby Church. In 1963 the Rev. Kenneth Lord took this photograph of Newby Church in Yorkshire England.