cat was hissing at door—Husband took this picture. At the time he saw nothing—but if you look there is a ghostly girl in an old dress. Real? or fake, looks like it might be a real ghost! Thanks to Scott Whyman for the image.
My wife Debbie, who is a psychic, as a 19th Century Medium surrounded in this “Spirit Photograph” by her spirit guides, and controls. It reflects a time at the dawn of ghost hunting when belief dominated skepticism. There was an innocence then—and a trust—that I believe we need to discover again. This picture isn’t real but it reflects that distant time. Yes, we must be skeptical, but not cynical! There is all together too much in fighting, meanness and such in the paranormal world today! Let us unify and admit there are many roads to the truth. I believe in Paranormal Unity!
I admire this cancer survivor who elected to replace an ugly scar with a thing of beauty. I see this as an act of defiance—a way to defy her condition and select beauty and life over her illness. May she have many years of health!
I believe this image is a fake—What do you think? Look at it critically for the tell tale signs of photoshop. The way the skirt meets the ground—the fact the ghost is centered in the middle of the picture. What do you think?
They say Lizzie Borden haunts her old house in Fall River, Mass. Its now a bed and breakfast inn. They say all sorts of paranormal things happen there in the house. the most persistent paranormal event—phantom cats! They like to get on your bed at night! Well worth a visit! Was she guilty of killing her step mother and father with an axe? Who Knows?
|—||Dr. Ingaft Van Glaay.|
“He who hunts ghosts seeks shadows of times long past, memories trapped in the ether of space.”
W. Mansfield-Gibbs, Ghost Hunter, England.
|—||Richard Senate, Ghost Hunter. Author of Phantomology.|
Me as the subject of a 19th Century Spirit picture, surrounded by the ghosts of my ancestors and spirit helpers. These pictures reflect a simpler time when ghost haunting was just starting. Belief was more important than evidence.