Introducing a scary list: 25 Creepy Photos That Might Make You Believe In Life After Death. Whether or not there really is something like the afterlife, is undoubtedly one of the greatest mysteries people have been trying to solve.
While we might never be able to answer this question, one thing is for sure. Ghosts, phantoms, apparitions and the supernatural in general have fascinated us for millennia and there are many people who do believe in these things.
In the past, ghosts were exclusively subject of legends, creepy stories and folk tales but these days, when cameras and modern technologies are massively used, ghosts are often alleged to be photographed and filmed.
Over the past decades, thousands of ghost photos have been taken, a vast majority of which have been soon or later proven to be fake. Yet, there are some eerie pictures that have not been debunked conclusively enough. Whether or not the images you are about to see in this post are really authentic, we might never know.
What we can tell you for sure though is that all of them look disturbingly compelling and scary. If you are ready to be confronted with stuff that might change your opinion on the existence of ghosts, check out these 25 Creepy Photos That Might Make You Believe In Life After Death.
Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
Taken on September 19, 1936 by Captain Hubert C. Provand, a London-based photographer working for Country Life magazine, this photo shows a ghost known as the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall. Considered one of the most famous ghosts in Britain, she reportedly haunts the Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England.
This picture taken by Denise Russel in 1997 was supposed to be just an ordinary casual photo of her grandmother. However, a few years later, she eventually discovered that the picture also showed a figure that looked like her grandmother’s husband, who had passed away almost exactly 12 years ago from the day the photo was taken.
Lord Combermere Ghost
This photograph of the library in the Combermere Abbey, a former monastery in Cheshire, England, was taken by Sybell Corbet in 1891. The ghostly figure of a man sitting in the chair is reputed to be the ghost of Lord Combermere, a local viscount. The problem is the picture was taken during the viscount´s funeral that was held 4 miles away from the library.
The Spectre of Newby Church
Also known as the Newby Monk, the Spectre of Newby Church is an artifact found on a photograph taken in the Church of Christ the Consoler in the Newby Hall in North Yorkshire, UK, in 1963. Most speculation has concluded that the bizarre ghostly figure resembles a 16th-century monk.
Amityville Ghost Boy
This photo was allegedly taken inside a house in Amityville, New York, in 1976. One of the most famous paranormal photos of all time, it features what appears to be a young boy with white eyes who is peaking out of a doorway. The figure is speculated to be the ghost of John Defeo, a nine-year old boy who had lived in the house earlier and was murdered there.