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Lomo In-Depth: The Value of Spirit Photographs TodaySince ghouls and ghosts are in today , let’s take advantage of this holiday and talk about those vintage “haunted photographs” kept in your attic.

Lomo In-Depth: The Value of Spirit Photographs TodaySince ghouls and ghosts are in today , let’s take advantage of this holiday and talk about those vintage “haunted photographs” kept in your attic.

Sir Victor Goddard, retired RAF officer, revealed this (now famous) photographic anomaly –  The snap was taken at the Royal Navy airbase HMS Daedalus in 1919 on the day of the funeral of the squadren mechanic, Freddie Jackson – who had been killed two days earlier in the propellor of an aeroplane.   It is said that it is undeniably Freddie’s features which mysteriously appear in the photograph (image enlarged on the left for clarity).

Sir Victor Goddard, retired RAF officer, revealed this (now famous) photographic anomaly – The snap was taken at the Royal Navy airbase HMS Daedalus in 1919 on the day of the funeral of the squadren mechanic, Freddie Jackson – who had been killed two days earlier in the propellor of an aeroplane. It is said that it is undeniably Freddie’s features which mysteriously appear in the photograph (image enlarged on the left for clarity).

The luckiest man in the world? Sounds like he works for Banfield. An atomic bomb and they still expect you to show up for work.

The luckiest man in the world…

The luckiest man in the world? Sounds like he works for Banfield. An atomic bomb and they still expect you to show up for work.

The first anaesthetic in childbirth    On 19 January 1847, the Edinburgh obstetrician, James Young *Simpson (1811-1870), delivered the first child born to a mother anaesthetised with chloroform (half a teaspoon on a rag applied to the nose). The child was named Anaesthesia. It was so successful that, within a week, he had given it to 30 mothers. There followed many protests from those who believed that women were intended to 'bring forth children in sorrow', and that the pain of childbirth…

The first anaesthetic in childbirth On 19 January 1847, the Edinburgh obstetrician, James Young *Simpson (1811-1870), delivered the first child born to a mother anaesthetised with chloroform (half a teaspoon on a rag applied to the nose). The child was named Anaesthesia. It was so successful that, within a week, he had given it to 30 mothers. There followed many protests from those who believed that women were intended to 'bring forth children in sorrow', and that the pain of childbirth…

Strange history facts // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures

Strange history facts // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures

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