What famous ghost photos have been proven to be real?


Quick Answer

No existing photographs are conclusively proven to contain evidence of ghosts. However, certain photographs allegedly depicting ghostly activity have no unanimously agreed upon natural explanation. Some of the most famous of these photos include The Brown Lady and Freddy Jackson's posthumous group photo.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

Freddy Jackson, a Royal Air Force mechanic who served on the H.M.S. Daedalus, allegedly appears in a group photo of his squadron taken two days after his accidental death. Several members of the squadron confirmed the ghostly face in the photograph as Freddy Jackson's. The Brown Lady is the name given to the purported apparition of Dorothy Townshend, captured on photograph in 1936 at her home in Norfolk, England.

Learn more about Paranormal

Related Questions

  • Q:

    Do dogs see ghosts?

    A: The Dog Breeds Bible says that there is no proof that dogs see ghosts, although many owners believe they can. Dogs are able to detect phenomena that humans... Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    Do ghosts smell?

    A: Paranormal entity or ghosts can generate different smells and odors in a phenomenon called "olfactory apparition," according to experts from Manchester Par... Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    Why do ghosts exist?

    A: Among those who believe in ghosts, there are many different opinions as to what they actually are and why they exist. According to About.com, the tradition... Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    Can cats see ghosts?

    A: No one knows for certain whether cats have the capability of seeing ghosts or are otherwise in close contact with the spirit world. Many feline behaviors, ... Full Answer >
    Filed Under: