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Welcome to the ever growing collection of Ghost pictures in the Pembrokeshire Beyond archive. Some of these pictures may very well be hoaxes, some unexplained and some even real. Peruse these incredible photographs of the unknown and decide for yourself and we do hope afterwards that you do sleep well….

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 The Girl in the flames

On November 19th, 1995, Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England was engulfed in flames and burned to the ground. As firefighters tried to stave off the inferno a town resident, Tony O’Rahilly, took pictures from across the street using a telephoto lens on his camera. There, rather clearly in one of the photos, is what looks very much to be a small girl standing in a doorway, with the brightness of the flames behind her. No one ever remembered there being a small girl present on scene, much less in that close a proximity to the fire. The photo and the original negative were turned over to a photo expert who decided that the picture was 100% authentic: “The negative is a straightforward piece of black-and-white work and shows no sign of having been tampered with.”  In 1677 a fire destroyed many of Wem’s wooden houses. The fire was said to have been caused by a 14-year old girl named Jane Churm, who had been careless with a candle. Churm died in the fire along with several others, and her ghost is said to still haunt the area. Whether there’s such a thing as ghosts or not, it must be said: if this is just a trick, an illusion of smoke and fire that happened to be captured on film, it is coincidence that it just so happened to appear in the form of a girl who also died in a terrible fire at the same location.

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 The lady on the Stairs

This photo was taken in 1936 at Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, by two photographers of Country Life magazine. Raynham Hall was long reputed to be haunted by the ghost of Lady Dorothy Townshend, who died in 1726. It was rumored that her husband suspected her of having an affair and locked her away in a remote corner of the house until her death many years later. The ghost had been seen on many occasions throughout the years when it was spotted descending these stairs by the Country Life photographers, who quickly took a snapshot. This is considered by many to be the most highly regarded and reputable photograph of a ghost yet made.

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 Freddy Jackson

Taken in 1919, the photo show RAF Goddard’s squadron, who served in World War I but on closer inspection a spooky face can be seen in the back row, it’s believed to be air mechanic Freddy Jackson, who’d be killed in an accident two days earlier. Freddy Jackson’s squadron served on board the H.M.S. Daedalus. Freddy Jackson was killed in 1919 when an airplane propeller hit him. Two days later when the squadron assembled for a group photo, Freddy Jackson faithfully showed up, grinning behind the ear of a fellow comrade. His face was widely recognized in this photo by members of the squadron.

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Grandpa

When a Grandson took a photo of his Grandmother, he didn’t expect to see his Grandfather stood behind her. After her passing the family went through the photos and for the first time noticed the man in the photo. She had lived on her own until age 94, when her mind started to weaken and had to be moved to an assisted living home for her own safety. At the end of the first week, there was a picnic for the residents and their families. A family member took this picture. It was taken on Sunday, 8/17/97, the man behind her is her husband who passed away on Sunday, 8/14/84.

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 The Monk

Taken at Newby Church in North Yorkshire in 1963 by Reverend K. F. Lord. This is one of the most famous and controversial photographs ever taken, some claim the photo is likely a fake as it’s almost too good to be real, yet experts who have examined the photo say the figure isn’t the result of a double exposure. The “thing” is calculated to be standing nine feet tall, and no one’s found any record of a monk that humongous ever being at Newby Church. Who is it? What is it? Trick of light or something else?

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The S.S Watertown

The S.S Watertown

This famous photo taken in 1924 apparently shows the faces of two recently deceased crewmen appearing in the waves alongside the merchant ship S.S. Watertown. The faces were seen by numerous members of the crew for several days beforehand and were positively identified as those of two crewmen who suffocated while cleaning out an oil tank a few days earlier. The Burns Detective Agency analysed the negative for tampering and found none.

Chloe

 Chloe

Legend has it Chloe was a slave in the house of the Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana who had a bad habit of listening at keyholes to the goings on of the residents. Caught one day in the act by the Master of the house, he lopped off her ear as punishment, forcing her to wear a green scarf over her head to cover the wound. As punishment, she baked a cake with oleander leaves, a common plant in the south that is immensely poisonous. Though the master of the house was her target, her victims became his wife and two daughters, who died in agony a couple days after eating the cake. Chloe fled the house and was lynched by field slaves on the plantation for the wicked light she cast on the rest of them.

Lord Combermere

Lord Combermere

This photograph of the library in Combermere Abbey was taken by Sybell Corbet in 1891. The figure of a man can faintly be seen sitting in the chair on the left. His head, collar and right arm on the armrest can be clearly made out. This is reputed to be the ghost of Lord Combermere. The second Viscount Lord Combermere died in 1891, after being struck by one of London’s first motor cabs which was electrically powered. While Sybell Corbet was taking the above photograph, Lord Combermere’s funeral was taking place over four miles away.

Ghost in Car

Ghost in Car

This famous ghost photograph was taken in 1959 by Mable Chinnery. After visiting the grave of her mother, Mable turned and took a picture of her husband, who was waiting for her in the car. What Mable didn’t expect was her mother coming along for the ride.

Toys R Us Ghost

 Toys R Us Ghost

This shot was taken under carefully controlled circumstances with numerous witnesses present, making fakery especially difficult. Taken in 1978 at a Sunnyvale, California Toys-R-Us store known for an inordinate amount of paranormal activity, the picture was shot by the crew from the TV program That’s Incredible! The infra-red film image of the young man leaning against the wall was not seen by any of the people present at the time, nor does he appear in the high speed footage shot from the same vantage point at the same time. There’s a story that in 1869 a young man died at the location where the store now stands from an accidentally self-inflicted axe wound.

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Beach Ghost

 Beach Ghost

The Ghost on the Beach. A mysterious dark hooded figure stands at the water’s edge. The Sceptics’ explanation is that the figure is an illusion created by an indentation in the rock face. What do you believe? Ghostly apparition or optical illusion?

Romanian Hotel Ghost

 Romanian Hotel Ghost

This picture was taken in 2008 at the then-under-construction Decebal Hotel in Romania. There had long been reports of a ghostly woman in a long white dress on the premises.Could this be her?

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Australian Ghost

 Australian Ghost

The Woman at Corroboree Rock, Australia. This picture, taken in 1959 and seems to show a semi-transparent woman in a long gown standing at the edge of a group of trees, holding what might be a camera or pair of binoculars.

Queens Staircase

 Queens Staircase

This picture, originally intended only to capture the spiral staircase in the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in England, was taken in 1966. A shrouded figure appears at the bottom of the stairs — possibly corroborating the many reports of strange encounters surrounding them over the years.

Worstead Church

Worstead Church 

A picture taken in 1975 of Diane Berthelot sitting in the pews at Worstead Church in Norfolk, England, appears to show a creepy white figure sitting just behind here, though nobody else was present at the time the picture was taken by Diane’s husband Peter. What do you believe?

Lots more pictures below!

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Andrew Ransom

 Andrew Ransom

This photo was captured from the St. Augustine episode of The Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures. Captured by a tourist at Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Florida. The team from Ghost Adventures were chatting to Cal Colgan who produced this photograph, apparently showing the ghost of Andrew Ransom, a rather ruthless English pirate, taken by a visitor. In these ghost photographs, the ethereal figure on the left, who was not seen by anyone else at the time, is wearing the ruffled collar so much of the period that Ransom was in St. Augustine, in the late 1600’s. His ghost has been seen numerous times around the Castillo area, by both locals and tourists.

Packhorse Bridge Ghost

Packhorse Bridge Ghost

Members of the Cheshire Paranormal Society took this fantastic picture on Packhorse Bridge, Caergwrle, Wales. Although this was just a random shot, orbs had been captured by the group already and several members felt uneasy at the time. It’s believed a number of ghosts haunt this bridge possibly in connection with a former burial ground nearby, for which the bridge was the entrance.

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 Bachelor Grove

This photo was taking at Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Illinois. Many experts in the field of the paranormal consider it to be one of the most haunted graveyards in the world. So what is so unique about a photo of a women sitting on a stone in a graveyard? According to the people who took this photo the woman was not there when the picture was taken. The photo was taking by Mari Huff who is a member of the respected paranormal investigating group Ghost Research Society.

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The Cowboy

 The Cowboy

In 1996, Ike Clanton thought it would be a splendid idea to deck himself out in cowboy attire and have his friend take a picture of him while he stood in Boothill Graveyard at the famous Tombstone, Arizona. Upon examining the picture Clanton noticed a man in the background of the photo that was not there when the photograph was taken. Clanton was intrigued by this and set out to recreate the photo with a friend standing in the background and discovered it was impossible to recreate the picture without having the legs visible.

Tantallon Castle

 Tantallon Castle

An eerie image of a figure in period costume at a Scottish castle has spooked experts conducting the biggest ever investigation into photographic evidence for ghosts. The picture, taken in May 2008, appears to show a man or woman in a ruff peering out of a barred window at Tantallon Castle. No mannequins or costumed guides are employed at the castle, and three photographic experts have confirmed that no digital trickery was used on the photo. Even confirmed ghost sceptic Professor Richard Wiseman, who led the study, admitted to being puzzled.

London Underground Shocker

 London Underground Shocker

This photograph was taken by Karen Collett on the Bakerloo Line, London, in the early 1980’s. Taking a picture of her family in the train, this eerie image appears reflected in the glass of a man in an electric chair with blue sparks shooting from his hands. It was Taken with a ‘point and shoot’ 110 camera. A wax figure of Bruno Hauptmann, who was accused of the kidnap and murder of the Lindbergh baby, is in Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum and shows him in the electric chair. The image is identical to the one in Karen’s photo except there are no blue sparks in the Museum exhibit. Despite sceptic’s claims that it must have been a poster in the Underground tunnel, Madame Tussaud’s can find no record of any such poster ever being manufactured.

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