Throughout the construction of this site I have come across thousands of images of real ghosts caught on camera (as you can imagine!).
Now, in this day and age of Photoshop we all know that a large majority of these more modern examples are complete sh#t (sorry about the profanity but ‘it is what it is’ at the end of the day!).
Anyway, I’ve tried to showcase as many of the more famous or ‘mainstream’ examples – not all of you will agree with me but you’re free to express your opinions in the comment section below.
Don’t forget to bookmark this page as we will constantly be updating it with new examples we stumble across. We are looking to hit a 10,000 word count eventually…which will make it the largest page on this subject on the internet!
Real Ghost Images Caught on Camera
1) Praying Alone
I decided to include this photograph first as it was taken in the same year I was born – I also find it incredibly peaceful and moving for some reason…
Unfortunately I can only find a small amount of information on the picture itself, so if you have anything to add to it please contact us so we can include it in the article…
The picture was taken by a couple who visited the Worstead Church in Norfolk in 1975. The husband took a photograph of his wife praying silently in one of the old pews.
When they developed the photograph they realized that she was never really praying alone…
2) The Wedding Photographer
This picture was apparently taken by a wedding photographer who was testing out his equipment on farmland where an upcoming wedding event was taking place…
When he developed the shot he discovered the image of a young child staring right at him. He returned to the farm a few days later to carry out his job and asked the owner of the farm about what he had snapped in the photograph.
The farm owner was not at all surprised with the image and told the photographer that he often encountered the spirit of a young boy in a nightgown walking around his property!
3) The Shining
Those of you that are Stephen King fans will already be VERY familiar with the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. It’s the hotel that inspired the writer to pen The Shining.
This photo was actually snapped in April of 2016 by a guest at the hotel – it’s taken inside the hotel’s grand lobby and stairwell.
Henry Yau took the photo and he claimed that nobody was around the stairwell at the time, he just wanted a picture of this famous lobby.
Paranormal researchers have been all over this picture and a larger majority of them think that there are two ghosts in the frame – a woman dressed in period black clothing and a small child to her left…
4) The Hanging Man
In the mid 1950’s the Cooper family were excited to move into their new property in Texas – they decided to preserve this monumental family moment with a photograph…
The joyous family portrait seemed to show up a lot more than one would expect…
5) Freddy Jackson
The image below was taken of Sir Victor Goddard’s squadron in the second World War. The photograph was snapped on the same day as the funeral of an air mechanic named Freddy Jackson.
The zoomed-in section of the photograph shows Freddy peering over his good friend’s shoulder as his own funeral was taking place.
Maybe he just needed to let his squadron know that he was okay and he would always be with them in spirit?
6) The Amityville Boy
These days, the Amityville haunting tends to divide opinion due to all the hoax claims that have surfaced over the years…
After Ronald DeFeo Jr. murdered his family in the house on Ocean Ave. in 1974, Kathy and George Lutz snapped it up at a bargain basement price.
It wasn’t long before they reported green slime oozing from key holes and supernatural entities openly gazing at them from the house windows.
The paranormal activity became too much for the family who eventually fled the property…but they decided to let a handful of investigators into the abandoned house to see what they could find.
This photo of a ghostly image of a little boy was apparently taken by one of these investigators.