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The ghost stands next to a purpose built torture chamber, and next to the tower Edward the 1st stayed in and William Wallace was held, its also at the top of the tower (on the right) that 12 Scottish children were murdered by a jailer called John Sage.  Chillingham Castle is one of the most evil places I have ever visited and that includes Auswitz, the history there is horrifying.

The ghost stands next to a purpose built torture chamber, and next to the tower Edward the stayed in and William Wallace was held, its also at the top of the tower (on the right) that 12 Scottish children were murdered by a jailer called John Sage.

Picture above: Visiting the grave of her mother in 1959, Mrs. Mabel Chinnery took a photo of her husband waiting alone in the car. When the film was developed, the two were so surprised to see the figure in the backseat was her mother.

The Back Seat Ghost After visiting her mother’s grave, Mrs. Mabel Chinnery snapped a photo of her husband, only to discover an image of her mother.

PAST - Freddy Jackson Ghost Picture  Here is a well known paranormal photo that has been widely published both in books and online. This strange picture was shot in 1919 but wasn’t published until 1975. (True Ghost Tales, 2009)

Some believe that the ghostly face behind this WWI airman of the British <i>HMS Daedalus</i> is that of air mechanic Freddy Jackson.

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The famous picture of The Hampton Courtyard Ghost.real ghost photos - Bing Images

Spooky-royal: This impressive picture initially came out from the Chicago Sun-Times A closed-circuit security camera took it evidently in Hampton Court Palace in London, England.

Famous genuine ghost photo. Ive seen this picture on a few TV shows at least twice. - Bing Images

In the Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England, caught fire. A man named Tony O'Rahilly took some pictures of the event. When he developed them, he discovered a girl standing unconcerned amidst the flames.

This is the picture that started my fascination with ghosts. I was about 7 yrs old and saw it in my moms Time Life book (1963-ish) I'd sit alone in the corner of the dining room and stare at  it.

The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall One of the most famous ghost photographs ever taken. Supposedly the ghost of Lady Dorothy Walpole, the "Brown Lady" as she is now known, died in 1726 and has been haunting Raynham Hall ever since.