Archive for March 16th, 2009

Ghost in red smoke

March 16, 2009

From the person who sent it in:

Attached is a photograph taken on august 2007 at around 2100 hours inside a tent in a Cloud Forest at the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras while we went camping and birdwatching (the photo is very silly with my wife and I making faces) but the creepy part is the red cloud that surrounds us, to this day I cannot explain what is going on there, I cant say if its supernatural or light having its way or dust or whatever—I saw your blog and thought it would be nice to share the photo with the rest of the world.

On the area the photo was taken about a 100 years back it was a silver and gold mine and as people recall lots of workers died there so that could be an “explanation”. The state of the photo is as it was taken without any doctoring whatsoever and I took the picture.


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Ghost on beach

March 16, 2009

From the person that sent it in:

My son took this photo of me at the Rock and Spindle on the coast east of St Andrews. Right in the centre of the image is a person standing in the water in wellingtons facing to the right and wearing an anorack with the hood up.  It WAS a chilly day. We were definitely alone at the time and it really spooked us when we looked through the pictures once home and saw this.



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Castle ghost

March 16, 2009

From the person that sent it in:

Please find attached a photograph that I took at Tantallon castle on May 26th 2008, which I feel you may be interested in. The photo was taken in the central keep around 1500 hours. At the time I was not aware of anyone, or any thing being present in my picture only noticing the anomaly on examining the digitial photograph when I got home. I have not scrubbed the CF card, so the originial is still available for examination.

I have been in touch with the staff at Tantallon and have verified that there were no sinister dummies in period costume, placed strategically in windows for our amusement, or historical  re-enactments going on that day at the castle. Similarly I did not notice any nice old ladies wearing ruffs walking around the central stair wells! These are a couple of conclusions, as well as “its just light reflecting on rocks”, that some people have made about the photo. One person suggested it may be King James V of Scotland who lived at the castle as the figure looks like his portrait? Irrespective of these observations I hope you agree that it is a fascinating picture.

Apart from the photograph being enlarged it is not the product of adobe photo shop, which I have absolutely no idea how to use, or any other computer art program for that matter.  What ever you conclude from the photograph I would be very interested to hear what you think.


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