Ghost and castle

This from the person that sent it in:

Please find one of the picture taken by a friend…. It was 1h00 in the morning and we were six people; 2 in front of the camera and 4 behind … we saw the picture just after she took it.

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22 Responses to “Ghost and castle”

  1. Anise76 Says:

    An interesting picture. My gut says night mode in black and white, with someone else walking down the steps quickly. The general “wider” appearance of the translucent figure, with an indicated downward and forward movement as detailed by the blur lines, would fit with such circumstances. I might try that this evening with my camera on night and in B&W, and see if I can recreate it.

  2. Mute Says:

    If you look at the left of the figure at the edge of the photograph, there is also another moving shape. People are probably walking up and down the ramp, and in night mode with a long exposure this will leave ‘trails’ of movement.

    Look at the guy’s shirt, the words ‘Italian’ are mirrored, proof that the photograph settings were set to long exposure.

    Not a ghost.

  3. Ady Says:

    just a bad photograph basically…

  4. Sara Says:

    If you look at the photograph above. The girl in front of the camera is casting a shadow from an angle of light coming from the righthand side. This light from the right is the reason why the four people behind the camera has cast no shadow bearing into the frame of this shot.

  5. Jonathan Says:

    Given the nature of the blurriness of the entire photograph, it seems to be a long exposure problem. Given that this was taken more than likely with a digital camera, you can rule out double exposure as well.

  6. Omar Says:

    I was wondering if this place is La Alhondiga in Guanajuato Mexico???

    If it is, then I can tell a story of a haunted hotel just in front of this place.

    • Mathieu Says:


      To Omar : Yes it was this place. Tell me your story ….

      Just a little information, no one passed in front of the camera before…… thanks for your reactions , it’s cool !!!

  7. nikki Says:

    tell us that story anyway 🙂

  8. Bob Says:

    Long exposure.

  9. ZeroCorpse Says:

    Agreed. Long exposure, B&W film, busy area.

  10. Sally Says:

    looks like a double exposure. The couple moved slightly, as if they are double-exposed too.

  11. aPerson Says:

    The whole image is blurry, a result of the camera being in motion. And the people walking are distorted 10-fold as a result. Even the couple standing still are blurry. This is very explainable. no ghosts.

  12. Simon Says:

    People walking through a long exposure.

  13. jimbofin Says:

    Wish people would give more details – film, digital, scene mode etc

  14. Clemente Says:

    Vítimas de trabalho! Alguém mandou um encosto para separar o casal.

  15. Cintia Says:

    stranged…maybe real, maybe fake

  16. walshey Says:

    i dont think this could be someone walkin pasta as the shape/figure seems to close tha they would not notice it.

    just a point but im no expert 😀

  17. RaiulBaztepo Says:

    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

  18. Cly Says:

    Long exposure. Duh.

  19. PiterKokoniz Says:

    Hello !!!! 😉
    I am Piter Kokoniz. Just want to tell, that your posts are really interesting
    And want to ask you: what was the reasson for you to start this blog?
    Sorry for my bad english:)
    Piter Kokoniz, from Latvia

  20. M. Lee Says:

    Great gobs of granulated goose gorkle. There is nothing there.

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