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10 Famous Ghost Pictures (And the Creepy Stories Behind Them)

It's always fun to hear the ghost stories and the goosebumps they give are just awesome. But, if we have to see the ghost in real life it may scare us so badly. But spirit photography which is full of hoax and fake stories and try its best to show us the horrifying pictures below.

If not all, at least one of the picture in whole is true. Let's have a look on the horrifying pictures.

10 Famous Ghost Pictures (And the Creepy Stories Behind Them)

10 Famous Ghost Pictures (And the Creepy Stories Behind Them)

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1. Even after death, grandpa is with grandma

1. Even after death, grandpa is with grandma

An elder grandmother was shifted to an assisted living home alone. But, we see the picture closely she is not alone there and grandpa is always to accompany him.

2. The Hampton Court Ghost

2. The Hampton Court Ghost

In 2003, it was captured by closed-circuit security cameras at the Hampton Court Palace in London, England.

3. A Ghost in Manila

3. A Ghost in Manila

If you'll look at once you'll see two girls but when will look closely, see there is someone who caught the girls arm.And believe me, it is not a photobomb or double-exposure.

4. Pink Lady, the Ghost of Greencastle

4. Pink Lady, the Ghost of Greencastle

The picture of a spectre in pink was taken at O'Hare Mansion in Greencastle, Indiana. After playing lots of activities, the boy Winters with his friend Terry Lambert decided to capture some pictures of the mansion. And while taking those picture of the window they saw something really scary and horrifying.

5. The women on Bench.

5. The women on Bench.

This photograph was taken at Bachelor's Grove Cemetery in Bremen Township, Cook County, Illinois in 1991 during a paranormal investigation by the Ghost Research Society. This is one of the most haunted place of Chicago.

6. The Brown Lady

6. The Brown Lady

This is the oldest picture of any ghost, Brown Lady of Raynham Hall. It was taken in 1936, and many claim it is the ghost of Lady Townshend, who had been forcibly confined to the mansion by her husband.

7. The Ghost of Freddy Jackson

7. The Ghost of Freddy Jackson

In 1919, a group portrait of a World War I was taken. All seemed normal but one extra face in crowd was seen- the ghostly visage of Freddy Jackson, an air mechanic who had perished in an accident only two days before.

8. The Girl in the Fire

8. The Girl in the Fire

On November 19, 1905, a fire raged inside Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England, engulfing the entire building and burning it to the ground. As it burned, one onlooker, Tony O'Rahilly, took several photographs from across the street. And then something very shocking happened - a young girl standing in the doorway. No one at the scene recalled noticing the girl, nor did any of the firefighters.

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